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Health Science Center at San Antonio




                           Continuing Dental Education
                             2009-2010 Fall Courses
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                                  Videotapes,                                                         Emergency Medicine in Dentistry
                                  DVD’s, and                                                            by Dr. Stanley F. Malamed
                                                                                                            November 13, 2009
                                   Textbook                                                                       SEE PAGE 28 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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                                   Courses?                                                   Second Annual Participating Continuum
                                                                                                     Presented in Four Weekend Sessions
                                                                                                  Practical Excellence in
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                                  Check out our                                               Restorative Dentistry 2009-2010
                                  Testing Center                                                      September 11-12 • November 20-21
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                                                                                                         January 22-23 • March 19-20
                                      Dental Implant and Alternative Options
                                             • 3.00 credit hours • $20.00          CONTINUUM OVERVIEW
                                          Difficult Dentures Made Easier:
                                         An Alternative to Dental Implants
                                                                                   This is a four-course continuum, which will involve lecture, laboratory and clinical dentistry with
                                              5.00 credit hours • $15.00           the philosophy that “hands-on” is the key to learning. It will cover the spectrum of restorative den-
                                         Emergency Medicine in Dentistry           tistry from the moment the phone rings and the patient calls your office until the post treatment
                                              7.00 credit hours • $20.00
                                        Emergency Medicine in Dentistry 3
                                                                                   consultation is completed. The class will stay together for the entire four-course curriculum, which
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                                              8.00 credit hours • $20.00           will meet every three months for one year.
                                   Legal Considerations for Today's Practitioner   SEE PAGES 8 & 9 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
                                              2.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                                  Local Anesthesia
                                               4.00 credit hours $20.00
                                       Massad Edentulous Impression Trays
                                              2.00 credit hours • $10.00
                                           Predictable Complete Dentures
                                                                                                 15th Annual Preceptorship in
                                              6.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                         Predictable Complete Dentures III
                                               Platinum DVD Edition
                                                                                                      Dental Implantology
                                          Disc 1 • 2.0 credit hours • $10.00
                                                                                                honoring Roland Meffert, D.D.S.
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                                         Predictable Complete Dentures III
                                               Platinum DVD Edition
                                          Disc 2 • 4.0 credit hours • $10.00                  2009: October 9-11 • November 6-8 • December 11-13
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                                         Predictable Complete Dentures III
                                               Platinum DVD Edition
                                                                                                2010: January 8-10 • February 5-7 • March 12-14
                                         Disc 3 • 5.50 credit hours • $10.00
                                         Predictable Complete Dentures III
                                               Platinum DVD Edition                     Even in today’s economy there are many patients that still want
                                         Disc 4 • 2.50 credit hours • $10.00
                                   Predictable Complete Dentures: Helpful Hints         implants for tooth replacement. This course has been designed
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                                              6.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                                                                           for generalists and specialists who desire an intense study
                                       SEE PAGE 60 FOR                                           of the various aspects of dental implantology.
                                     MORE INFORMATION.
                                                                                                        SEE PAGES 16 & 17 FOR MORE INFORMATION.



                                                                                   TEXAS LONGHORNS
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                                                       Lunch and Pick up Tickets                                     Beam Me Up Scotty! The Future of Dentistry
                                                       Texas vs. Louisiana-Monroe                                             Jack I. Shirley, D.D.S.
                                                                                                                            Thomas W. Dawson, D.D.S.
                                                       SEPTEMBER 19
                                              The Treatment of Obstructive Sleep                                                      NOVEMBER 7
                                                Apnea using Oral Appliances                                                   Clinicopathologic Conference of
                                                  Paul M. McLornan, B.D.S.                                                       Common Oral Conditions
                                                                                                                                 Michaell A. Huber, D.D.S.
                                                 SEPTEMBER 26
                                  A Team Approach to Prevention and Management                                                     NOVEMBER 21
                                    of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office                                           Immediate Placement, Restoration and
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                                              Ernest E. Valdez, D.D.S.                                                       Function of Dental Implants
                                                                                                                            Alfonso Monarres, D.D.S., M.S.
                                  SEE PAGE 7 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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               August 8                                                        August 13                                                    August 14
          Lecture/Participation Course                                         Luncheons for Learning                                     Lecture/Hands-On Course
      Practice Growth Through                                          Preservative Management                                  The Essentials of Endodontics:
       Esthetic Regeneration                                               of Dental Caries                                     Understand & Utilize Evidence
        and Implant Dentistry                                          JOEsPH P. COnnOr, D.D.s., M.a.                            Based Concepts to Maximize
          DOnaLD P. CaLLan, D.D.s.
                                                                   FORMAT
                                                                                                                                    Your Clinical Success
                                                                   One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic                 ManisH GaraLa, B.D.s., M.s.
OVERVIEW
implants are no longer experimental, exotic or rare.               during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group        OVERVIEW
implants are now the treatment of choice for an increasing         has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during the   a multimedia presentation with extensive hands-on
number of everyday people who want the best that dentistry         short discussion period at the end of the lecture. it        components, to facilitate incorporation of proven pre-
has to offer. implants are here to stay. implants are placed       requires only about one and one-half hour of your time       dictable techniques into everyday patient care.
and you restore them as routine crown and bridge dentistry.        to learn the latest developments in many areas of den-
What a great service for patients! The goal of the dental          tistry. it also offers the opportunity to become better      The morning session will involve an introduction to
implant restoration is to provide function, longevity, and         acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all
                                                                                                                                contemporary cleaning & shaping objectives and
esthetics to dental patients in an environment that can be         dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited
                                                                                                                                presentation of revised guidelines to avoid common
maintained with routine oral hygiene procedures.                   to attend.
                                                                                                                                complications. Participants will gain experience in these
implant success is no longer judged by whether the implant         OVERVIEW                                                     techniques through clinical demonstrations & interactive
integrates or how long the implant remains in the patient's        a one-hour presentation that reviews etiology of dental      sessions using quality rotary endodontic files. The
mouth. The lack of precise duplication of color, contour, and      caries and strategies for conservative management of         afternoon session will focus on concepts in obturation of
function of the natural dentition for the final implant prosthe-   the dental caries lesion.                                    the prepared root canal system and the impact of newly
ses may ultimately result in an implant failure as defined by                                                                   introduced obturation materials. This will be followed by
your patient. The entire implant team must envision the final      OBJECTIVES                                                   a clinical session utilizing thermo-mechanical
result appropriate for each patient. Patients expect and           Understand the factors that contribute to dental caries      compaction techniques with technologically advanced
deserve the finest restoration available, a safe procedure,        and develop a philosophic framework and methods for          obturation equipment.
and long term results from dental implants.                        maintaining oral health.
                                                                                                                                OBJECTIVES
This presentation is designed to achieve the criteria of                       PRESENTER                                        after this course participants will be able to:
longevity for the dentists and the criteria as set by the                      JOSEPH P. CONNOR, DDS, MA, is current-              • Utilize rotary nickel – Titanium files safely &
implant patient in defining success as esthetics, function,                    ly an assistant professor in the Department             efficiently based on an understanding of root
longevity, and a healthy environment. Dr. Callan will also                     of restorative Dentistry, University of Texas           canal anatomy.
present a dental implant update based on sound biological                      Health science Center (UTHsC), san                  • Maximize the quality of canal preparation using
literature to meet the demands of your patients. implant                       antonio, Texas. He received his DDs from                advantages in file design.
selection, placement location, spacing, marketing, surgical                    the University of Missouri at Kansas City.          • Understand biological concepts in canal irrigation
stents, immediate load, immediate placement, and surgical                      He entered active duty in the U.s. army in              & develop techniques for clinical implementation.
placement will also be reviewed.                                   1975. He retired from the army and started at UTHsC-            • recognize the clinical impact of the latest
                                                                   sa in 2005.                                                         obturation materials & equipment.
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                         • increase predictability for Endodontic success
  • Understand the goal of implant dentistry.                                                                                          based on evidence-based care.
  • identify the need and indications for                          Dr. Connor completed an advanced Education in
    implant success.                                               General Dentistry Program (2 Year) in 1986. He is a                      PRESENTER
  • Define and avoid implant failure.                              Diplomate of the american Board of General Dentistry                     MANISH GARALA, BDS, MS, received his
  • Understand the difference between implant                      and the Federal services Board of General Dentistry.                     dental degree in 1996 from Turner Dental
    successes and implant survival.                                Dr Connor received a Master of arts degree in Human                      school, University of Manchester, England.
  • select proper implant location to obtain maximum               resources Development from Webster University                            Between 1996 and 1999, he successfully
    esthetics.                                                     in 1992.                                                                 completed his Vocational and General
  • How to market dental implants to your patients.                                                                                         Dental Practitioner Degrees at Hope Dental
  • Understand how to prevent implant problems.                    He is currently co-director of the sophomore Operative                   Practice, Manchester, England. During this
  • identify the proper time and sequence of implant               Dentistry Lecture Course and Director of the Junior          time, he developed a strong passion for endodontics,
    placement procedures.                                          Operative Dentistry Lecture Course. He is on the Dental      which led him to pursue a career as an endodontic spe-
  • Defend clinically, functionally, and                           school strategic Planning Committee and the                  cialist. He completed his Postgraduate Degree in
    histologically, the use of the dental implant                  Committee on Committees. His special area of interest        Endodontics at nova southeastern University, Florida in
    system being utilized.                                         is relating the field of Human resources Development to      2002, with a Master of science in Education.
  • select proper implants based on sound                          Dental Education.
    biological principles.                                                                                                      Dr. Garala has been in private practice in Houston,
                                                                   Dr. Connor is a member of the local and state dental         Texas, since 2002, and is an adjunct assistant Professor
             PRESENTER                                             societies and the american Dental association, as well       at nova southeastern University College of Dental
             DONALD P. CALLAN, D.D.S., received his                as the academy of General Dentistry.                         Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
             D.D.s. degree in 1975 and a Certificate
             in Periodontics from the University of                TIME                                                         TIME
             Missouri at Kansas City in 1978.        Dr.           Check-in & Lunch: D.s. Cafeteria,                            Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
             Callan maintains a private practice limited           Private Dining room, 11:30 aM                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM
             to Periodontics with an emphasis on tissue            Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
             regeneration and implant dentistry in                                                                              LOCATION
Little rock, arkansas. His current hospital appointment                                                                         The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                   LOCATION
includes the arkansas Children Hospital in Little                                                                               at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                   Dental school, Private Dining room in the Cafeteria The
rock, arkansas.                                                    University of Texas Health science Center at san             TUITION
                                                                   antonio (back of Dental school and adjacent to Visitor       Dentist: $260.00
TIME
                                                                   Parking Lot.)
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                   CREDIT (Course Code: 127063a)
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                                                                              aGD Code: 070                 Hours: 7
                                                                   TUITION
saturday, 8:00 aM - 4:00 PM
                                                                   includes Luncheon and Lecture
LOCATION                                                           individual: $49.50                                                The Dental School thanks SYBRON ENDO for it’s
The University of Texas Health science Center                                                                                         educational grant in support of this continuing
at san antonio, Dental school                                      CREDIT (Course Code: 127066a)                                                    education program.
                                                                   aGD Code: 258                 Hours: 1
TUITION
individual: $270.00
CREDIT (Course Code: 127148a)
aGD Code: 780                 Hours: 7
The Dental School thanks Perio Seal for it’s educational grant
     in support of this continuing education program.



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             August 14                                                       August 14                                                   August 21
              Texas Brief aM                                                  Texas Brief PM                                          Lecture/Participation Course
    Lecture Course for Dental Hygienists                            Lecture Course for Dental Hygienists                         The Precision Prosthesis,
            Dentists are invited                                            Dentists are invited                                 The Use of Attachments
    “Dental Caries: Advances in                                         Assessing Anesthetic                                           in Dentistry
      Detection and Disease                                            Options for Non-Surgical                                       JaMEs T. ELLisOn, C.D.T.
          Management”                                                    Periodontal Therapy
                                                                                                                            OVErViEW
      MariE D. GEOrGE, r.D.H., M.s.                                   MariE D. GEOrGE, r.D.H., M.s.                         This course will be presented in four modules. The first
                                                                                                                            will address the biomechanical considerations of the pre-
OVERVIEW                                                         OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                            cision retained partial denture. it will cover the proper
Dental caries is a chronic infectious disease affecting          To deliver optimal patient care, pain management is an
                                                                                                                            use of intra and extracoronal attachments and include an
children and adults. This course will address trends in          essential component of periodontal therapy procedures.
                                                                                                                            informative slide series and demonstration documenting




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caries epidemiology, describe new diagnostic                     supported by science, this course will provide the
                                                                                                                            several of the more popular attachment systems.
technologies, and discuss minimally invasive                     dental professional with the information necessary to
approaches to managing this disease. With earlier                make an anesthetic choice based on each patient’s
                                                                                                                            next, the segmenting of fixed bridgework will be present-
detection, the clinician will be able to redirect                needs. This course will include information on a new,
                                                                                                                            ed, including those attachments used with non parallel
management from a restorative (surgical) approach to a           non-injectable local anesthetic for scaling and/or
                                                                                                                            abutments, and those used in future conversion to
medical (preventive) approach.                                   root planing.
                                                                                                                            removable prostheses. special attention will be given to
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                  those attachments used with implants.
                                                                 OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of the course the participant will be able to:   Upon completion of this course, participants will
                                                                                                                            Thirdly, the overdenture will be considered. This rapidly
                                                                 be able to:




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    • recognize trends in caries epidemiology                                                                               growing area of dentistry will be discussed from the bio-
                                                                    • Discuss the development of local anesthetics
    • identify indicators for an increased risk of                                                                          mechanical as well as clinical aspect, including slides
                                                                      in dentistry
      dental caries.                                                                                                        and demonstration of both stud and bar systems. Once
                                                                    • Explain the neurophysiology of pain conduction
    • Compare sensitivity, specificity and reliability of                                                                   again, those attachments that have become popular for
                                                                    • identify methods to manage the perception
      caries detection techniques, including visual,                                                                        implant prosthetics will be considered in detail.
                                                                      of pain
      tactile, radiographic, fiber optic transillumination,         • Describe the anatomy of dental innervation




                                                                                                                                                    BEr
      laser fluorescence, and red-infrared reflectance                                                                      The fourth module will be a hands-on participation sec-
                                                                    • Explain the action of local anesthetic drugs on
    • Differentiate the modes of action of various                                                                          tion where each participant will learn to deal with mis-
                                                                      pain conduction
      agents used to arrest or reverse the demineral-                                                                       aligned implants in an overdenture application. an inno-
                                                                    • Discuss the physiological effects of
      ization process, including fluoride, xylitol,                                                                         vative chair side attachment pick up technique will be
                                                                      vasoconstriction
      novamin, and aCP                                                                                                      used along with proper attachment maintenance proce-
                                                                    • Categorize local anesthetic drugs according to
    • implement a caries management by risk                                                                                 dures.
                                                                      type and duration of action
      assessment approach into clinical practice                    • identify the benefits and limitations of a new




                                                                                                                                                CTo
                                                                                                                            OBJECTiVEs
                                                                      non-injectable anesthetic option
             PRESENTER                                                                                                        • Why attachments?
                                                                    • Conduct a needs assessment to determine
             MARIE D. GEORGE, RDH, MS, earned a                                                                               • Case Design – How to choose the correct
                                                                      appropriate anesthetic option for each patient
             Bachelor of science degree in Dental                                                                               attachment for any partial denture or overdenture.
                                                                    • accurately document the administration of local
             Hygiene from West Liberty state College                                                                          • What causes failures and how to avoid them
                                                                      anesthesia in treatment records
             and a Master of science degree in Dental                                                                         • Why is it necessary to segment long bridges?
             Hygiene from West Virginia University.                          PRESENTER                                        • Why choose an overdenture?




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             Currently     serves     as     Curriculum                      MARIE D. GEORGE, RDH, MS, earned a               • Clinical fabrication procedures
             Coordinator and Clinical Educator,                              Bachelor of science degree in Dental             • Laboratory fabrication procedures
Midatlantic region, for DEnTsPLY Professional. she                           Hygiene from West Liberty state College          • Troubleshooting
joined DEnTsPLY in 2004 as the Clinical Education                            and a Master of science degree in Dental         • Maintenance
Manager for the Pharmaceutical division and                                  Hygiene from West Virginia University.           • How to market and price
transitioned to Clinical Education Manager for the                           Currently serves as Curriculum Coordinator
Professional division with the 2006 merger. Marie has                        and Clinical Educator, Midatlantic region,                   PRESENTER
over 20 years of clinical experience, including general,         for DEnTsPLY Professional. she joined DEnTsPLY in                        JAMES T. ELLISON, C.D.T., received a
periodontic, and hospital based practice. Prior to joining       2004 as the Clinical Education Manager for the                           Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and an
DEnTsPLY, she held several appointments at the                                                                                            associate’s     Degree       in    Chemical
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                                                                 Pharmaceutical division and transitioned to Clinical
University of Pittsburgh school of Dental Medicine,              Education Manager for the Professional division with the                 Technology. He earned the title of Certified
including assistant Professor of Dental Hygiene, Clinical        2006 merger. Marie has over 20 years of clinical expe-                   Dental Technician during 20 years of at-the-
research Coordinator for the Department of                       rience, including general, periodontic, and hospital                     bench experience in all phases of dental
Periodontics, and CE lecturer for the Department of              based practice. Prior to joining DEnTsPLY, she held                      technology. in addition to a year as Director
Continuing Education.                                            several appointments at the University of Pittsburgh       of Technical services for Belle de st. Claire, he has
                                                                 school of Dental Medicine, including assistant Professor   spent the past twenty-three years with sterngold as the
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                                                                 of Dental Hygiene, Clinical research Coordinator for the
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                               is also in charge of product development.
                                                                 Department of Periodontics, and CE lecturer for the
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM
                                                                 Department of Continuing Education.
                                                                                                                            TIME
LOCATION                                                                                                                    Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
The University of Texas Health science Center                    TIME                                                       Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
at san antonio, Dental school                                    Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM
                                                                 Program: Friday, 1:00-4:00 PM                              LOCATION
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TUITION
individual: $125.00                                                                                                         The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                 LOCATION
                                                                                                                            at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                 The University of Texas Health science Center
CREDIT (Course Code: 127064a)                                    at san antonio, Dental school
aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 3                                                                                      TUITION
                                                                 TUITION                                                    Dentist: $210.00
          The Dental School thanks DENTSPLY                      individual: $125.00                                        Certified Dental Technician: $170.00
     ProfESSioNaL/PharmacEuTicaL for the                         special Discount Fee: $87.50
       educational grant in support of this continuing           (Must register for morning Texas Brief to                  CREDIT (Course Code: 127070a)
                     education program.                          receive discount)                                          aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 7
                                                                 CREDIT (Course Code: 127065a)                               The Dental School thanks Sterngold for its educational grant
 SPECIAL FEE OFFER                                               aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 4                           in support of this continuing education program.
 register for the morning program and receive a 30%
 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is included for
                                                                          The Dental School thanks DENTSPLY
 the participants attending both sessions.
                                                                     ProfESSioNaL/PharmacEuTicaL for the
                                                                       educational grant in support of this continuing
                                                                                     education program.



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             August 21                                                      August 21                                         MISSION STATEMENT
                                                                                                                               The mission of the Office of
                    Texas Brief aM                                                Lecture Course                              Continuing Dental Education at
                    Lecture Course                               A Practical Approach to Oral
        Oral Surgery Principles                                  Pathology in Clinical Practice
                                                                                                                                 The University of Texas
              and Pitfalls                                                JOHn M. WriGHT, D.D.s.                                 Health Science Center at
         WEnDELL a. EDGin, D.D.s.                                                                                               San Antonio is to provide
                                                                OVERVIEW
                                                                The course is designed to review the more common oral
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                            professional growth


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                                                                mucosal disorders seen in general practice; including
This course is designed for the general dentistry team to
improve the quality and safe delivery of office oral
                                                                infections of the oral cavity, noninfectious forms of stom-     opportunities and quality
                                                                atitis, aphthous ulcers, oral cancer and precancerous




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surgery procedures. Clinical cases will be utilized to          lesions. This presentation will also focus on therapeutic          continuing education
develop surgical strategies. Dr. Edgin will also discuss        management. The final session will review these disor-
the most common complications associated with the               ders based on their common clinical manifestations; i.e.         programs as the needs of
office-based practice of minor oral surgery and cover
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                                                                red, white and pigmented lesions, ulcers and tumors.
                                                                                                                                  the profession demand.




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their prevention and treatment.                                 reviewing the common oral mucosal conditions seen in
                                                                practice in a differential diagnosis format should provide
OBJECTIVES                                                      a practical approach to the recognition, diagnosis and
  • Gain expertise in diagnosis and treatment                   management of these problems.
    planning for minor oral surgery patients.                                                                                     OUR PHILOSOPHY
  • acquire habits that will facilitate the prevention          OBJECTIVES                                                         It is our firm belief that
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    of complications.                                             • To review the clinical features of common oral
  • Learn how to manage complications that occur in                 mucosal disorders.                                          Continuing Dental Education
    the practice of office oral surgery.




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                                                                  • To provide a review and update on the etiology
                                                                    and clinical features of oral cancer and                  courses should present the newest
             PRESENTER                                              precancerous lesions.
             COL (RET) WENDELL A. EDGIN, D.D.S.,                  • To provide a clinically relevant and practical                 developments in patient
             F.A.G.D., obtained his DDs degree from                 approach to the evaluation of oral mucosal
             the University of Texas Health science                                                                                 evaluation, treatment,
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                                                                    disorders.
             Center at Houston in 1980 and completed
             his General Practice residency at Davis-
                                                                  • To recognize the clinical features of oral                      techniques, products,
                                                                    pathological conditions and group disorders
             Monthan air Force Base, arizona in 1981.
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                                                                    by their common oral manifestations.                          materials, and equipment
             Dr. Edgin completed his residency training           • To develop a differential diagnosis for the
in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery in 1990 at Wilford Hall           more common mucosal manifestations of                      even though some of them may
Medical Center, Lackland air Force Base, Texas.                     oral diseases.
Currently, Dr. Edgin is in private practice limited to oral                                                                     be controversial. The Dental
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and maxillofacial surgery in san antonio, Texas. He                           PRESENTER
was an associate Professor in the Department of Oral                          JOHN M. WRIGHT, D.D.S., received his
                                                                                                                                 School does not endorse the
and Maxillofacial surgery at The University of Texas
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Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                              dental degree from West Virginia University      content and philosophy of any
                                                                              and Oral Pathology training at indiana
from July 2001 to november 1, 2006.                                           University. Dr. Wright is regents Professor           Continuing Education
                                                                              and Chairman of the Department of
Prior to his position at the Dental school, Dr. Edgin                         Diagnostic sciences at Baylor College of             course but offers various
served as the Department Chairman and Director of the                         Dentistry, a member of the Texas a&M
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Graduate Oral and Maxillofacial surgery Program at              Health science Center in Dallas, Texas. He is an Oral           viewpoints to better serve the
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Wilford Hall United states air Force Medical Center. in         Pathologist and also maintains a part-time private
addition, he also served as the Consultant in Oral and          practice in clinical oral pathology.
                                                                                                                                practicing dental professional.
Maxillofacial surgery to the surgeon General. His mili-
tary decorations include the Legion of Merit and the            in addition to his many honors, Dr. Wright was awarded
Meritorious service Medal with one device.
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                                                                the regents Professor service award by the Texas a&M
                                                                Board of regents in recognition of his distinguished
                                                                                                                                   DECLARATION OF
Dr. Edgin has written and lectured extensively on a wide        academic contributions.        named a 2006 Piper
range of oral and maxillofacial surgery topics. He is a         Professor, his award is one of 15 from the Minnie
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Diplomate of The american Board of Oral and                     stevens Piper Foundation made annually to Texas
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Maxillofacial surgery and a Fellow of the academy of            professors for superior teaching at the college level. Dr.
General Dentistry. He also serves on the examination            Wright is also a past recipient of Baylor College of
committee of the american Board of Oral and                                                                                      are protected under The
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                                                                Dentistry's Teacher of the Year award.
Maxillofacial surgery.
                                                                He has contributed approximately 100 publications to
                                                                                                                                University of Texas Health
TIME                                                            the scientific literature, as well as 14 book chapters and
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                   three textbooks, and he lectures extensively nationally
                                                                                                                              Science Center at San Antonio
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Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 12:00 PM                             and internationally. He has participated in over 250
                                                                local, national and international programs.
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The University of Texas Health science Center                   TIME
                                                                                                                                material without the written
at san antonio, Dental school                                   Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria,, 8:00 aM
                                                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                permission of the Office of
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                                                                                                                               Continuing Dental Education
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individual: $125.00                                             LOCATION
                                                                The University of Texas Health science Center
CREDIT (Course Code: 127067a)                                   at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                        is prohibited.
aGD Code: 310                 Hours: 3
                                                                TUITION
                                                                Dentist: $ 210.00
 SPECIAL FEE OFFER                                              allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
 register for the morning program and receive a 30%
 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is included for   CREDIT (Course Code: 127069a)
 the participants attending both sessions.
                                                                aGD Code: 739                 Hours: 7

                                                                   The Dental School thanks the Texas Dental Oncology
                                                                 Education Program for its educational grant in support of
                                                                        this continuing dental education program.




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               August 28                                                    August 28                                                     August 28
                     Lecture Course                                               Lecture Course                                       Lecture/Participation Course
       Review Course in Enteral                                              Dentistry and the                                 Why Should General Dentists
      (Oral) Conscious Sedation                                              Aging Population                                  Learn to Surgically Place and
             ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.                                        saraH J. DirKs, D.D.s.                                Restore Dental Implants?
                                                                                                                              CHarLEs “DUKE” aLDriDGE, D.D.s., MaGD,
OVERVIEW                                                        OVERVIEW
This course is designed to satisfy the Texas Dental             Treating the elderly can be intimidating because it often                     MiCOi
Board requirement for continuing education in enteral           requires the general dentist to manage complex medical
conscious sedation (required every 3 years for enteral          and dental problems in an atmosphere of uncertainty.          OVERVIEW
sedation permit holders). This course does not qualify a        This course explores practical approaches that will           This course is designed to help those clinicians who are
dentist to apply for a new Enteral Conscious sedation           assist you in the successful management of dental             interested in learning how to place dental implants and
permit. individuals who complete the course will receive        patients with chronic medical conditions. Dr. Dirks will      develop a passion that will help rejuvenate their love for
a certificate which can be submitted to the TsBDE as            discuss basic risk assessment strategies needed to            dentistry. This course is to encourage you to get
documentation of continuing education in enteral                safely provide dental care. Learn how to integrate nurs-      involved in the surgical and restorative aspects
conscious sedation.                                             ing facility patients into your existing practice.            of dental implants. The surgical component is not
                                                                                                                              just for specialists. Do not be fooled into thinking
OBJECTIVES                                                      OBJECTIVES                                                    this way. in addition there will be numerous discussions
at the end of this course, the participant will have              • General principles of risk assessment                     focused on office administration, CT technology, selling
a renewed understanding of the many elements                      • Determining when physician input is warranted             the implant treatment plan, financial benefits and much,
of the safe administration of enteral conscious sedation          • What is “medically necessary” dental care?                much more. There will be a review of cases as per-
including:                                                        • antibiotic prophylaxis & management of patients           formed by Dr. aldridge – The good, the bad and the ugly
   • spectrum of sedation and the limits of enteral                 in the “grey areas”                                       and how to avoid the latter.
      sedation.                                                   • Managing patients on anticoagulant and
   • Patient evaluation and appropriate patient                     antiplatelet therapies                                    OBJECTIVES
      selection with an emphasis on recognizing                   • risk stratification and cardiac patients                  This course will enable the dentist to understand:
      patients at high risk of complications.                     • The must have “geriatric tools of the trade”                 · rationale behind General Dentist learning to
   • Pharmacology of sedative agents including drug               • aspiration risk and the elderly                                 surgically place and restore implant(s).
      interactions and appropriate selection for patients                                                                        · Local anesthesia techniques for dental
      with differing medical conditions.                        PRESENTER                                                           implant surgery.
   • appropriate use, limitations of and interpretation         SARAH J. DIRKS, D.D.S., received her dental degree               · Typical treatment planning and review of criteria
      of monitors.                                              from The University of Texas Health science Center at               sheet to help guide you.
   • Management of urgencies and emergencies                    san antonio in 1988. she has a full-time practice in             · Bone grafting – What, when, where and how.
      especially as they pertain to conscious sedation.         Geriatric Dentistry with an emphasis on medically com-           · The use of membrane, tacks, screws, etc.
   • rules and regulations of the TsBDE on the                  promised elderly patients. she completed fellowship              · surgical anatomy – What you really need to know
      administration of enteral conscious sedation.             training in Geriatrics and served as Clinical Director of           – The real DanGEr zones.
                                                                the UTHsCsa Geriatric Dental Clinic prior to going into          · identifying the CDT implant codes for
              PRESENTER                                         private practice. Dr. Dirks has patients from over thirty           billing purposes.
              ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his              nursing facilities in south Texas. Her patient base is pri-      · Discussion of the typical “scare” tactics employed
              DDs degree from the University of Texas           marily from referring physicians and associated adjunct             by very few specialist for those dentists who
              Health science Center at Houston in 1985.         medical care providers.                                             want to get started in implementing dental
              in June of 1986, he completed a one year                                                                              implant surgery.
              General Practice residency at The                 TIME                                                             · How to identify which cases you should start with.
              University of Texas Health science Center         Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                    · How to get yourself out of difficult situations when
              at san antonio. Upon completion of the            Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                                    you are performing surgery and/or restoring
residency, Dr. Luce joined the Department of General                                                                                dental implants.
Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science             LOCATION                                                         · identifying the “high risk” medical patient.
Center at san antonio. Currently he is a Clinical               The University of Texas Health science Center                    · The importance of surgical guide
associate Professor at the Health science Center, and           at san antonio, Dental school                                       stents – mandatory.
he also maintains a part time private practice in general                                                                        · immediate loading and provisional placement –
dentistry in san antonio.                                       TUITION                                                             is it possible? When and where
                                                                Dentist: $210.00                                                 · Performing immediate implant insertion
His teaching duties include didactic presentations as           allied Dental Personnel: $160.00                                    after extraction.
well as clinical supervision of graduate general dentistry                                                                       · site preservation for future implant placement.
residents. Dr. Luce served as Head of the Graduate              CREDIT (Course Code: 127072a)                                    · The importance of learning how to perform
Division of the Department of General Dentistry and             aGD Code: 752                 Hours: 7                              Connective Tissue grafts.
Program Director for the General Practice residency at
The University of Texas Health science Center at san                                                                                        PRESENTER
antonio from 1993 to 1999. He also served as the                                                                                            CHARLES “DUKE” ALDRIDGE, D.D.S.,
Department Chairman for the Department of Hospital                                                                                          MAGD, MICOI, received dental degree in
Dentistry, University Hospital, in san antonio during that                                                                                  1999 from The University of Texas Health
same time period.                                                                                                                           science Center at san antonio, who now
                                                                                                                                            resides in Bend, Oregon and owns and
TIME                                                                                                                                        operates The Center for Cosmetic and
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                               implant Dentistry, www.bendsmiles.com.
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                                                                            Dr. aldridge spends most of his clinical hours performing
                                                                                                                              comprehensive dentistry with special emphasis on den-
LOCATION                                                                                                                      tal implant(s) and complete rehabilitations.
The University of Texas Health science Center
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                                 TIME
                                                                                                                              Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                                                                              Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
TUITION
Dentist: $210.00                                                                                                              LOCATION
                                                                                                                              The University of Texas Health science Center
CREDIT (Course Code: 127071a)                                                                                                 at san antonio, Dental school
aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 7
                                                                                                                              TUITION
    The Dental School thanks Criti-Care for their educational                                                                 Dentist: $270.00
      grants in support of this continuing education series.                                                                  CREDIT (Course Code: 126415B)
                                                                                                                              aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 7

                                                                                                                                      The Dental School thanks BioHorizons for its
                                                                                                                                     educational grant in support of this continuing
                                                                                                                                               dental education program

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                                           15th Annual Longhorn Football Dental Study Club
                                                            Austin, Texas
  Earn clinical hours toward your annual CDE requirements and enjoy the excitement of college football. Sign up now to hear lectures on pertinent dental topics presented
               by prominent speakers followed by tail gate meals before attending the home games. Guests are welcome to attend the meal functions and games.

                                                                                                                    NEW TICKET POLICY
Because of the high demand of football tickets this year, a policy has been established for ordering extra game tickets on a limited basis. All ticket orders are handled on a
first-come, first-served basis.
                                                 Priority Tickets and Priority Seating will be given to Season Subscribers.
• Season Subscribers who order the same number of extra ticket(s) for each game will be given priority.
• The Season Subscriber who orders extra ticket(s), but not the same number of tickets for each game, will not be guaranteed that the guest(s) will be seated next to the
Season Subscriber.
• Those who register on an Individual basis for the Series and ordering extra ticket(s), will not be guaranteed that the guest(s) will be seated next to the Individual.


                                                    TEXAS LONGHORNS 2009 SCHEDULE
  SEPTEMBER 5                                                                                       SEPTEMBER 26                                                                                       NOVEMBER 7
  LUNCH AND PICK UP TICKETS                                                                         Texas vs. UTEP                                                                                     Texas vs. Central Florida
  Texas vs. Louisiana-Monroe                                                                        Additional game ticket @ $70.00________                                                            Additional game ticket @ $70.00________
  Additional game ticket @ $65.00________
                                                                                                    OCTOBER 10                                                                                         NOVEMBER 21
  SEPTEMBER 19                                                                                      Texas vs. Colorado                                                                                 Texas vs. Kansas
  Texas vs. Texas Tech                                                                              Additional game ticket @ $80.00________                                                            Additional game ticket @ $80.00________
  Additional game ticket @ $95.00________

  See page 2 for the course titles and presenters
                              CONTINUING DENTAL EDUCATION ONLY:                                                                                                                         Longhorn Football Dental Study Club (128449A)
 o Already a season ticket holder? Please reserve a spot in the CE programs only.                                                                           (Check appropriate box)
 Please find enclosed $987.50                                                                                                                               o Season Underwriter A: $1,367.50 - 20% = $1,094.00
 or                                                                                                                                                         must register by June 1, 2009. Send a nonrefundable deposit of $500.00, by June 1, 2009
 o Send a nonrefundable deposit of $200.00 by June 1, 2009 and receive a 20% fee                                                                            to receive a 20% fee reduction. Balance of $594.00 due by August 3, 2009.
 reduction for the CE programs only. $987.50 - $197.50 = $790.00                                                                                            o Season Underwriter B: $1,367.50 - 15% = $1,162.50
 Balance of $590.00 due by August 3, 2009.                                                                                                                  must register by July 1, 2009. Send a nonrefundable deposit of $500.00, by July 1, 2009
                                                                                                                                                            to receive a 15% fee reduction. Balance of $662.50 due by August 3, 2009.
 o Send a nonrefundable deposit of $200.00 by July 1, 2009 and receive a 15% fee
 reduction for the CE programs only. $987.50 - $148.00 = $839.50                                                                                            (Check appropriate box)
                                                                                                                                                            Longhorn Season Ticket Underwriters can lease Longhorn Seatbacks for $45.00
 Balance of $739.50 due by August 3, 2009.                                                                                                                  each per season. Seatbacks will be permanently attached at your season ticket location.
                                                                                                                                                            o Yes, enclosed is $__________for__________ Longhorn Seatbacks.


name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________D.O.B.__________________


Office address __________________________________________________________________City/state/Zip Code___________________________________________________________________


Office Phone ________________________________________________Fax no.__________________________________________________Email_________________________________________


Home address ________________________________________________________City/state/Zip Code_____________________________________________________________________________


Home Phone _______________________________speciality/Position ________________________________Dental school ___________________________________Year of Graduation__________


Check (Total amount Enclosed payable to UTHsCsa): Total amount enclosed:________________________________
o Visa           o Mastercard               o Discover


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signature _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


                                  The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc, Deka Laser Technologies, Nobel Biocare, and P&G Professional Oral Health
                                                       for their educational grants in support of this continuing education series.
FOOTBALL DENTAL STUDY CLUBS Refund Policy:
If you must cancel your registration, please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as you determine you are unable to attend so that a refund may be considered. Due to commitments to these special programs, any cancellation made before August 3, 2009 will be subject to an
administrative fee assessment of $132.00. Any cancellation made after August 3, 2009 does not qualify for a refund. However, participants may choose to place their tuition minus an administrative and direct cost fee assessment into a holding account for future use. “No Shows” will not qualify for
refunds. Written notification is required within five business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please allow four to six weeks for all refunds. Deposits and Football tickets are nonrefundable.

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                                                                                                                Second Annual
                                                                                                                  Presented in Four
                                                          Practical Excellence in
                                                         September 11-12 • November 20-21


CONTINUUM OVERVIEW                                                                          THOMAS W. DAWSON, D.D.S., graduated
This is a four-course continuum, which will involve lecture,                                from the University of Texas Dental Branch in1974
laboratory and clinical dentistry with the philosophy that “hands-on”                       and has maintained a restorative practice in
is the key to learning. It will cover the spectrum of restorative                           Arlington, Texas for the past 34 years. He has served
dentistry from the moment the phone rings and the patient calls                             as a faculty member with the L.D. Pankey Institute
your office until the post treatment consultation is completed. The                         since 1982. He has also been on their Board of
class will stay together for the entire four-course curriculum, which                       Directors and most recently served on the Board of
will meet every three months for one year.                                                  Trustees. Dr. Dawson has also received the Master
                                                                             Practitioner Award from the University of Texas Dental Branch
                             CONTINUUM OBJECTIVES                            Alumni Association. He is a member of the American and Texas
                             SEPTEMBER 11-12: To specifically                Dental Associations. He has been the Arlington Dental Study Club
                             address the philosophy of excellence, The       President, Program Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer.
                             Cross of Life, The Cross of Dentistry,
                             personality styles, the initial examination,    NOVEMBER 20-21: To address progress to date for each
                             what to do first, the            pre-clinical   participant, occlusion and its importance in the restorative practice,
                             interview, health history, co-discovery         the trail equilibration in a laboratory setting, occlusion equilibration,
                             TMJ muscle and occlusal examination,            esthetics, smiles, photos for use in laboratory communication,
                             periodontal examination, the tooth by           laboratory prescriptions, shades and shade taking. The diagnosis and
                             tooth examination, the use of study             treatment planning of anterior reconstruction cases in lecture and lab
                             models, mounting casts, photos, centric         setting, anterior preparations, including specific burs, finish lines,
relation, use, purpose and construction of a monoplane bite splint.          biologic width and ovate pontics will be included. Also anterior
Also included will be the actual construction, seating, adjustment,          esthetic, polychromatic temporaries, both chairside and laboratory
and delivery in a clinical setting. A discussion of patient management       fabricated will be discussed and constructed in the laboratory. At the
and expectations for a splint will be included. A Vericheck exercise         end of this session, each participant will be expected to complete
to learn repeatability of centric relations will complete this session.      some specific tasks prior to the next meeting.
At the end of the session, each participant will be expected to
complete some specific tasks prior to the next meeting.                      JANUARY 22-23: To address progress to date for each participant,
                                                                             the diagnosis and treatment of posterior reconstruction cases,
                 PRESENTERS                                                  posterior preparations, including specific burs, finish lines, biologic
                 COURSE DIRECTOR                                             width considerations, retention and reduction. The use of a
                 JACK I. SHIRLEY, D.D.S., received his                       Broadrick Flag will be discussed, demonstrated and completed by
                 dental degree from The University of Texas Health           each participant. Posterior temporaries, materials, colors, chairside
                 Science Center at San Antonio in 1979. He has               and laboratory construction, long spans and their reinforcement and
                 maintained a private practice in San Antonio, Texas         the actual lab construction of temporaries will occur. Final
                 for over twenty years. In addition to his practice,
                                                                             impressions, impression materials, techniques, electrosurgery, lab
                 Dr. Shirley has been associated with The Pankey
Institute for Advanced Dental Education in Key Biscayne, Florida             communication, delivery, adjustment and cementation of the final
for eighteen years. During much of this time, he has as served on the        restorations in addition to some specific tasks to be completed prior
Institute’s Visiting Faculty, Board of Trustees. Currently he is the         to the next meeting.
President of the LD Pankey Dental Foundation, Inc., the nonprofit
oversight Board of the Pankey Institute.                                     MARCH 19-20: To address progress to date for each participant,
                                                                             diagnosis and treatment of difficult cases including severe wear,
Dr. Shirley has been selected to represent the Pankey Institute              anterior open bites, perio/prosthetic cases, and ortho/surgical cases.
through its Speakers Bureau and can be heard throughout the nation           A discussion of the “R” rule, the rule of thirds, sequencing
at numerous dental meetings speaking about Pankey philosophy,                treatment, scheduling and calculating fees for large case will
techniques, and the effectiveness of comprehensive care in dentistry.        complete the continuum.
He has a passion for dental education and a strong desire to help
dentists reach their full potential.
Participating Continuum
Weekend Sessions
Restorative Dentistry 2009-2010
January 22-23 • March 19-20


TIME                                                                                        Then You Will Have Four More
Each Weekend Session Registration:                                                         Opportunities to Save Even More:
Dental School Foyer, Friday, 8:30 AM                                                If you pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before
Saturday, 7:45 AM                                                                   August 14, 2009 you will receive an additional $300.00 off the
Program: Friday-9:00 AM - 5:00 PM                                                   remaining balance.
Saturday - 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM                                                                                             OR
                                                                                    Pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before
LOCATION                                                                            September 1, 2009 and you will receive an additional $200.00 off
The University of Texas Health Science Center at                                    the remaining balance.
San Antonio, Dental School                                                                                              OR
                                                                                    Start making the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based
CREDIT (Course Code: 128453A)                                                       on your balance due) before August 15, 2009 and you will receive an
AGD Code: 180/250     Hours: 56                                                     additional $100.00 off the remaining balance.
                                                                                                                        OR
SPECIAL INFORMATION                                                                 If you make the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based on
Tuition includes course materials, breakfast, and lunch each day.                   your balance due) before September 1, 2009 and you will receive an
                                                                                    additional $50.00 off the remaining balance.
TUITION                                                                             No fee reductions are available after September 1, 2009 but a five
Dentist: $4837.50                                                                   successive monthly payment plan is available.
Save $837.50 off the tuition fee by making a one-time payment of
$4,000 (which includes a non-refundable $500 deposit) by
                                                                                                            HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
August 3, 2009.
                                                                                                            Special rates and arrangements have been made
                                                                                                            at the newly built La Quinta Inn & Suites
      Two Additional Easy Ways to Save!                                                                     Medical Conference Center. Enjoy this
Reserve your spot now with a non-refundable deposit of $500 before                                          UPSCALE - hotel offering vibrant, inviting San
July 13, 2009 and qualify for $437.50 off the full tuition fee.                                             Antonio feel guest rooms, all with luxurious pil-
                                    OR                                                                      low-top beds and down pillows, refrigerator,
Send a non-refundable deposit of $500 by August 3, 2009 and qualify                                         microwave, granite countertops, and compli-
for $237.50 off the full tuition fee.                                                                       mentary wired and wireless Internet access.
You will be mailed a registration confirmation letter and a statement with
your remaining balance due, at which time you will be able to pick which            It is recommended that you make your reservations directly with
payment plan you want to participate in.                                            this host hotel for all the Preceptorship weekends at this time. Indicate
                                                                                    your participation at the UTHSCSA Continuing Dental Education
Practical Excellence in Restorative Dentistry                                       program, Practical Excellence in Restorative Dentistry to receive the
Continuum Refund Policy: If you must cancel your registration,                      reduce rate of $92.00.
please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as you
determine you are unable to attend so that a refund may be considered. Due          La Quinta Inn & Suites Medical Conference Center
to commitments to these type of programs, any cancellation made prior to the        4431 Horizon Hill Blvd
start of the program will be subject to an administrative fee assessment of         San Antonio, TX 78229
$437.50 plus applicable nonrefundable deposits. Any cancellation made after         Phone: (210) 525-8090
August 11, 2009 does not qualify for a refund. However, participants may            Fax: (210) 525-8453
choose to place their tuition minus an administrative, applicable nonrefund-        RATES: Single/Double $92.00
able deposits, and any direct cost fee assessment’s into a holding account for
future use. “No Shows” will not qualify for refunds. Written notification is
required within five business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund
process. Please allow four to six weeks for all refunds.
         september 10                                                   september 11                                                     september 11-12
             Luncheons for Learning                                 Lecture Course/Examination                                      TsBDE-approved Course for Certification
Surgical Considerations for the                                  Texas State Board of Dental                                          Fall Enteral (oral) Conscious
     NeXsmile Procedure                                           Examiners Required Dental                                             Sedation and Emergency
       BEnJaMin W. YOUnG, D.D.s.                                Assistant’s Registration Course                                                Procedures
                                                                        and Examination                                                        DaViD M. GrOGan, D.D.s.
FORMAT                                                         MOna L. THiBaDEaU, r.D.a., C.D.a., B.a.                                          ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.
One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic
during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group          OVERVIEW
has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during         as of september 1, 2006 the Texas state Board of Dental              OVERVIEW
the short discussion period at the end of the lecture. it      Examiners is requiring that Dental assistants attend a course        The course will provide information to meet the enteral
requires only about one and one-half hour of your time         to prepare them to pass an examination. The examination              conscious sedation and emergency procedures. This is
to learn the latest developments in many areas of den-         will cover the three main topics of Jurisprudence, infection         a required course for dentists on the rules and
tistry. it also offers the opportunity to become better        Control, and radiology, which will be offered at the end of          regulations for the Texas state Board of Dental
acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all      the presentation. This course is intended to provide suffi-          Examiners to qualify for an enteral sedation permit.
dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited       cient information to permit dental assistants to gain knowl-
to attend.                                                     edge and understanding of the critical concepts associated           OBJECTIVES
                                                               with each of these areas of registration in order to facilitate        • Current TsBDE rules and regulations.
OVERVIEW                                                       success at the time of examination.                                    • Outline the pharmacology of commonly utilized
The surgical placement of implants always affects the                                                                                   oral sedatives and techniques.
restorative outcome for better or worse. CT scans and          OBJECTIVES                                                             • Weigh advantages, disadvantages of oral
3D imaging now enable surgeons to get it right. surgical         Jurisprudence                                                          medications.
guides can be fabricated from CT and scanned dental              • Purpose of the Texas Dental Practice act                           • Discuss medical considerations for sedation.
model data that will provide the correct trajectory and          • state Board rules                                                  • address pediatric considerations.
also indicated when and where bone should be                     • Purpose and structure of the state Board of Dental                 • Comprehensive review of patient evaluation
removed. Without these two components, implants                     Examiners                                                           including medical history and vital signs.
                                                                 • Provisions for licensure                                           • interactive patients scenarios.
frequently end-up violating the restorative space.
                                                                 • regulations for Dental auxiliaries                                 • Clinical demonstration and Management
                                                                 • Professional Conduct                                                 skills session.
Dr. Young developed the surgical approach to the
                                                                 • Minimum standard of Care
neXsmile procedure and can show you why it is always                                                                                               PRESENTERS
                                                                 Infection Control
better to transition patients to implants who have teeth         • CDC infection Control Guidelines
                                                                                                                                                   DAVID M. GROGAN, D.D.S., M.S.D., graduated
(even poor ones) rather than first taking them through a                                                                                           from the Baylor College of Dentistry in 1981. He
                                                                 • infection Control rules of the Texas state Board of                             continued his post graduate training and received
complete denture phase.                                             Dental Examiners                                                               his Certificate and MsD degree in Oral and and
                                                                 • Hand hygiene                                                                    Maxillofacial surgery from Baylor College of
OBJECTIVES                                                       • alcohol based hand rubs                                                         Dentistry in 1986. He is currently an assistant
Understanding surgical placement of implants                     • sterilization techniques                                                        Professor in the Department of Oral and
Understanding CT scans and 3D imaging                            • sterilization vs. disinfection                                                  Maxillofacial surgery and Pharmacology at the
Understanding surgical guides                                    • spore testing                                                    Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas a&M University system Health
                                                                 • instrument processing                                            science Center in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining the faculty at
                                                                                                                                    Baylor, he maintained a private practice limited to Oral and
                                                                 • instrument wrapping
                                                                                                                                    Maxillofacial surgery in Waco, Texas from 1986 to 1999.
             PRESENTER                                           • surface disinfection
             BEN YOUNG, D.D.S., M.S., graduated from             • Medical waste                                                                     ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his DDs
             Loma Linda University school of Dentistry           • Dental unit waterline disinfection                                                degree from the University of Texas Health
             in 1980 while on an air Force scholarship.          Radiology                                                                           science Center at Houston in 1985. in June of
             He has completed both a one-year general            • radiographic principles and theory                                                1986, he completed a one year General Practice
                                                                                                                                                     residency at The University of Texas Health
             practice residency and a three-year peri-           • normal anatomy
                                                                                                                                                     science Center at san antonio. Upon completion
             odontics residency and has lectured and             • Technique and processing error recognition for intra-                             of the residency, Dr. Luce joined the Department
             trained at all levels of dental education.             oral and panoramic radiographs                                                   of General Dentistry at The University of Texas
                                                                 • radiation biology                                                                 Health science Center at san antonio. Currently
Dr. Young is a board-certified periodontist with an exten-       • Protection                                                       he is a Clinical associate Professor at the Health science Center,
sive background in dental education. in addition, he has         • risk assessment                                                  and he also maintains a part time private practice in general
extensive knowledge in the areas of advanced 3D imag-            • aseptic techniques for dental radiology                          dentistry in san antonio.
ing and surgical techniques for the replacement of fail-         • Quality assurance principles and procures
ing teeth with dental implant-supported hybrids. Dr.                                                                                TIME
Young developed the surgical techniques for the                PRESENTER                                                            Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
neXsmile protocol and has been the surgical provider           MONA L. THIBADEAU, RDA, CDA, BA, is a Dental                         Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM
for over 50 neXsmile patients to date.                         instructor at san antonio College of Medical and Dental              saturday, 8:00 aM – 4:00 PM
                                                               assistants in san antonio, Texas.
in addition to his direct patient-care activities, Dr. Young                                                                        LOCATION
oversees the Voxelogix in-house live-patient training          TIME                                                                 The University of Texas Health science Center
experience for restorative dentists, implant surgeons,         Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                        at san antonio, Dental school
support personnel and patients.                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 6:00 PM
                                                                                                                                    TUITION
TIME                                                           LOCATION                                                             Dentist: $470.00
                                                               The University of Texas Health science Center                        Dentist: $459.50 - 20% = $376.00
Check-in & Lunch: D.s. Cafeteria,
                                                               at san antonio, Dental school                                        Dentist: $459.50 - 15% = $399.50
Private Dining room, 11:30 aM
Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
                                                               TUITION                                                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128455a)
                                                               individual: $240.00                                                  aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 14
LOCATION
                                                               individual: $240.00 - 20% = $192.00
Dental school, Private Dining room in the Cafeteria The        individual: $240.00 - 15% = $204.00
University of Texas Health science Center at san                                                                                        The Dental School thanks Criti-Care, and Southwest
antonio (back of Dental school and adjacent to Visitor                                                                                     Medical Systems for their educational grants in
                                                               CrEDiT (Course Code: 128452a)                                                support of this continuing education series.
Parking Lot.)                                                  aGD Code: 551/555/731/148                    Hours: 8

TUITION
includes Luncheon and Lecture
individual: $49.50

CREDIT (Course Code: 127074a)                                                      TWO STEP SAVINGS                                                      TWO STEP SAVINGS
aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 1                                  Register before July 14, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.              Register before July 14, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
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10      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                                 (210) 567-3177
         september 12                                                        september 18                                                   september 18
          Lecture/Participation Course                                  academic Outreach in cooperation                                             Lecture Course
     Incorporating a Computer                                        with the Guadalupe Valley District Dental                      Contemporary Management of
      Guided Implant Surgical                                            society a Course for the Dentist                             Traumatic dental Injuries
      Placement System Into                                                    and the Dental Team                                 anTHOnY J. DianGELis, D.M.D., M.P.H.
       Your Dental Practice                                           The Treatment of Obstructive
                                                                                                                                   OVERVIEW
        JOsEPH L. CarriCK, D.D.s.                                          Sleep Apnea Using                                       Estimates suggest that the vast majority, 7l-92%, of trau-
                                                                            Oral Appliances                                        matic dental injuries (TDi) occur before age 19, with fully
OVERVIEW                                                                     PaUL M. MCLOrnan, B.D.s.                              50% occurring before age 10. also, studies suggest that
This course will acquaint the participant with CT scan                                                                             in the adolescent and young adult population up to 39%
technology as well as to give the participant the ability to        OVERVIEW                                                       of TDi’s are sports related, while 25% of 6-50 year olds
virtually place the implant three dimensionally before              Obstructive sleep apnea (Osa) has been identified by           in the United states will have experienced dental trauma.
actually going to the mouth. What this means to the cli-            the niH in its Health Goals for 2010 as one of the most        additionally, preliminary evidence demonstrates that
nician is that if the implant is placed where the bone              prevalent and most under diagnosed medical conditions.         TDi’s may be increasing in persons age 65 and older as
does not exist, it is easy to correct proactively. Clinically       Left untreated the condition has significant associated        this population is retaining their natural dentition longer
what this means that until recently clinical experience or          morbidity and mortality. in his presentation Dr McLornan       and the risk of falling increases in older adults. This
more invasive flap procedures were necessary to visu-               will describe; the condition, the differences between          presentation is designed to inform and assist the practi-
alize 3D. CT generated guides give you the ability to               snoring and sleep apnea, how it is diagnosed and treat-        tioner in effectively managing a wide range of traumatic
view the site as if you had removed tissue at the same              ed by the medical community, how we as dentists can            dental injuries. Understanding the biological basis of
time it always you to make changes in site selection                work with our medical colleagues to diagnose Osa, how          wound healing will facilitate assessing prognosis, antici-
prior to surgical misadventure. The course will help you            we as dentists have an important role in treating snoring      pating complications and selecting treatment options.
see challenges before they are apparent and make                    and Osa patients, use actual patient cases to illustrate
appropriate changes again proactively. Finally the                  the steps in treatment, how to introduce the treatment of      The lecture utilizes numerous case presentations and
course will give you confidence on the patient’s you do             Osa into your practice, current research into the dental       treatment based on the most recently published
treat and give you a heads-up on the ones you decide                treatment of Osa and why this is fast becoming one of          Guidelines for the Management of Traumatic Dental
not to treat.                                                       the hottest topics in dentistry.                               injuries. The program provides a comprehensive
                                                                                                                                   approach to both assessment and treatment with an
OBJECTIVES                                                          Dr. McLornan will demonstrate the use of the George            emphasis on enhancing prognosis while minimizing com-
at the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:      Gauge in making jaw relation records for the fabrication       plications often encountered.
• Understand how CT scan technology works                           of oral appliances to treat Osa. He will also demonstrate
• site selection                                                                                                                   OBJECTIVES
                                                                    how home sleep monitors can be used by dentists to
                                                                                                                                   The following represent topics that will be included:
                                                                    monitor the efficacy of oral appliance therapy. successful
           PRESENTER                                                                                                                 • a comprehensive trauma assessment
                                                                    treatment of this very prevalent condition is not only a
           JOSEPH L CARRICK, D.D.S., attained his                                                                                    • immediate and long-term treatment goals
                                                                    huge practice builder but can be very professionally
           DDs degree at The University of Texas                                                                                     • stabilization Techniques
                                                                    rewarding for the treating dentist. To successfully treat an
           Health science Center at san antonio in                                                                                             Materials
                                                                    Osa sufferer using an oral appliance is probably the
           1977. He maintains a private practice with                                                                                          splinting times
                                                                    most profound effect a dentist can have on the quality
           an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry in                                                                                                Problem solving in the mixed dentition
                                                                    and quantity of that patient's life.
           Woodlands, Texas. Dr. Carrick has served                                                                                  • Deciduous vs Permanent Tooth Management
           in various capacities for the american                                                                                    • immature vs Mature Permanent Tooth
                                                                    OBJECTIVES
academy of Cosmetics (aaCD), as President from 1998                                                                                     Management
                                                                      • Demonstrate the use of the George Gauge
to 1999 and is currently on its Board of Governors.                                                                                  • Pulpal Management
                                                                      • Making jaw relation records for the fabrication of
He is also an Examiner for accreditation for the                                                                                               Timing
                                                                        oral appliances to treat Osa
aaCD and has served as Editor of the Journal of                                                                                                Treatment choices
                                                                      • Demonstrate how home sleep monitors can be
Cosmetic Dentistry.                                                                                                                  • avulsion injuries
                                                                        used by dentists
                                                                                                                                               Extraoral time
He holds Fellowship status as Fellow of the american                                                                                           storage media
                                                                                 PRESENTER
academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Diplomate status of                                                                                          Topical and systemic medications
                                                                                 PAUL M. MCLORNAN, B.D.S., obtained his
the international Congress of Oral implantologists.                                                                                            Complications and their management
                                                                                 dental degree from Queens University,
Dr. Carrick has presented numerous seminars and                                                                                                Future directions
                                                                                 Belfast in 1996. He then undertook a one-
lectures nationally and internationally on prosthetic and                                                                            • Concussion and subluxation
                                                                                 year general practice residency at the
implant interrelationships as well as facial esthetics. He                                                                           • Lateral Luxation
                                                                                 University of Manchester, England before
also produced the prototype of what is now the Era                                                                                   • intrusive Luxation
                                                                                 returning to ireland. There he worked for
implant for sterngold.                                                                                                               • Extrusive Luxation
                                                                                 two years as an associate in a five-dentist
                                                                                                                                     • root Fractures
                                                                    practice, before becoming one of two partners. after five
TIME                                                                                                                                 • Coronal Fractures
                                                                    years of practice ownership, Dr. McLornan started a
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                       three-year Prosthodontic residency at the University of                     PRESENTER
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                Texas Health science Center in san antonio, Texas                           ANTHONY J. DiANGELIS, D.M.D., M.P.H.,
                                                                    (UTHsCsa) under the directorship of Dr. robert Cronin.                      was awarded his DMD degree from Tufts
LOCATION                                                            He graduated with a specialty certificate in                                University school of Dental Medicine in
The University of Texas Health science Center                       Prosthodontics in 2007.                                                     1969 and in 1971, he obtained his Master's
at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                                degree in Public Health at the University of
                                                                    TIME                                                                        Minnesota. He is Professor at the University
TUITION                                                             Check-in & Breakfast: Lobby, 7:00 aM                                        of Minnesota school of Dentistry and Chief
Dentist: $470.00                                                    Program: Friday, 7:30 aM-3:00 PM                               of Dentistry at the Hennepin County Medical Center in
Dentist: $470.00 - 20% = $376.00
                                                                    LOCATION                                                       Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Dentist: $470.00 - 15% = $399.50
                                                                    Wells Fargo Building                                           TIME
CREDIT (Course Code: 128457a)                                       5th Floor Lecture Hall                                         Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 7                              One O'Connor Plaza                                             Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
                                                                    Victoria, TX 77901
        The Dental School thanks BioHorizons for its                                                                               LOCATION
       educational grant in support of this continuing              TUITION
                                                                                                                                   The University of Texas Health science Center
                 dental education program                           Dentist: $209.50
                                                                                                                                   at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                    CREDIT (Course Code: 128138a)
                                                                    aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7                         TUITION
                                                                                                                                   Dentist: $210.00
                   TWO STEP SAVINGS                                                                                                KDr award Dentist: $189.00
        Register before July 14, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.                                                                   allied Dental Personnel: 160.00
       Register before August 13, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.                                                                  KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $144.00

                                                                                                                                   CREDIT (Course Code: 128459a)
                                                                                                                                   aGD Code: 430                 Hours: 7


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         september 18                                                     september 18                                                       september 19
                    Lecture Course                                         Lecture/Participation Course                                              Lecture Course
Dental Sleep Medicine: Snoring                                        A Team Approach to                                            Update on Common Medical
 and Obstructive Sleep Apnea                                     Prevention and Management of                                         Conditions and Lesions
What Every Dentist Should Know About                              Medical Emergencies in the                                            Encountered in the
this Life Threatening Medical Disorder                                    dental office                                            Contemporary Dental Practice
          riCHarD B. DraKE, D.D.s.
           CHarLEs GiEsEY, D.D.s.                                          ErnEsT E. VaLDEZ, D.D.s.                                        MiCHaELL a. HUBEr, D.D.s.

OVERVIEW                                                         OVERVIEW                                                          OVERVIEW
are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Fatigue is the   according to a published study, a dentist and staff, on aver-     Demographic trends clearly demonstrate that as the
number one complaint heard by health professionals across        age, will manage a medical emergency once every 1.4               average life-expectancy continues to grow in america,
the globe. Fifty to seventy million americans suffer from of     years*. The same study reports that cardiac arrest in a           so does the burden of chronic illness. Thus, the contem-
sleep related problem. sleep related breathing disorders,        dental office may occur once every 130 years*. it appears         porary dental practitioner is encountering an ever-
such as snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, are at the top      that medical emergencies occur infrequently in the dental         increasing number of patients with a multitude of med-
of this list. Less than 10% of these patients have been diag-    office. it is for this very reason that it is easy for dentists   ical conditions and associated oral lesions which affect
nosed. as dentists, we are in a prime position to be the first   and staff to forget simple medical emergency prevention           both the patient’s oral health and management. in addi-
to recognize this disorder and to help steer patients in the     and management techniques and systems. in a produc-               tion, many dental patients see their dentist more regular-
right direction to get diagnosed. We also have the ability to    tive dental practice, medical emergency equipment may             ly and frequently than they do their primary medical
treat many of these patients ourselves, thus improving their     become dusty, emergency medications may expire,                   manager. This places the dental practitioner in the
quality of life as well as possibly saving their life!           portable oxygen tanks become empty, emergency man-                unique position of often being the first to observe the
                                                                 agement systems are forgotten. Do you have enough                 signs and symptoms of a serious systemic condition.
OBJECTIVES                                                       equipment or too much equipment to manage medical                 This course will provide a review of some of the com-
Background:                                                      emergencies in your dental office? What is the anticipated        mon medical conditions and associated oral lesions the
   • Understand normal breathing and airway anatomy
                                                                 arrival time of EMs to your office? Do you anD your staff         dental practitioner is likely to encounter in his or her
     and the problems and variants that lead to snoring
                                                                 know how to manage the most common medical emergen-               practice. in addition, the historical and clinical clues of
     and obstructive sleep apnea.
   • Learn the health risks associated with sleep                cies that can occur in your dental office?                        commonly encountered undiagnosed systemic condi-
     disordered breathing.                                                                                                         tions will be provided.
                                                                 OBJECTIVES
   • Learn the basics of sleep                                   Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Signs and Symptoms:                                                                                                                OBJECTIVES
                                                                   • Evaluate their medical emergency equipment, as                This course is intended to improve the practitioner’s abil-
   • Learn the effects of sub-optimal sleep on health and             well as, the office for efficiency of management of
     quality of life.                                                                                                              ity to obtain and interpret the medical history and corre-
                                                                      medical emergencies by bringing a schematic of               late these findings with the clinical examination to:
   • recognize those symptoms and behaviors that may                  the floor plan of their dental office, a list and photos
     indicate sleep disordered breathing.                                                                                                 •     Establish an appropriate diagnosis
                                                                      of their medical equipment of their office.                         •     Plan appropriate treatment modifications to
Diagnosing:
                                                                   • Determine the response time of the emergency                         safely manage the medically compromised
   • Understand current and proposed diagnostic meth-
     ods and the role of dentists in the team approach.               medical services to a medical emergency in their                          patient.
Treatment:                                                            dental office.
   • review the current treatment modalities for                   • Design a “Medical Emergency Management Plan”                  specific topics discussed will include, but not be
     snoring and for mild, moderate and severe Osa.                   for the dental office.                                       limited to:
   • Explore the role that dentists can play in the                • Learn to recognize and manage the ten most                          •     allergic reactions
     management of sleep disordered breathing.                        common medical emergencies, as well as, acute                      •     autoimmune disorders
Follow Up:                                                            myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest in the                    •     Candidiasis
   • Understand the side effects of oral appliance therapy            dental office.                                                     •     Cardiovascular disease
     and how to manage them.                                       • Learn medical emergency preventive measures.                        •     Dermatologic disease
PRESENTERS                                                                                                                               •     Dry mouth
                                                                               PRESENTER                                                 •     Hepatitis
RICHARD B. DRAKE, D.D.S., received his D.D.s. degree                           ERNEST E. VALDEZ, D.D.S., earned his
from The University of Texas Health science Center at san                                                                                •     HiV/aiDs
                                                                               DDs from The University of Texas Health                   •     indications for antimicrobial prophylaxis
antonio, Dental school in 1989. He maintained a private                        science Center at san antonio in 1993. He is
practice in general dentistry from 1990 to 2001 and current-                                                                             •     Oral cancer
                                                                               an assistant Professor in the Department of               •     sexually transmitted diseases
ly serves as Clinical assistant Professor of the Department                    Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at The
of Dental Diagnostic science at The University of Texas                        University of Texas Health science Center at
Health science Center at san antonio. He is the founder                                                                                        PRESENTER
                                                                               san antonio, Dental school.                                     MICHAELL A. HUBER, D.D.S., received
of Dental sleep Medicine associates of san antonio, a pri-
vate practice devoted solely to the treatment of snoring and                                                                                   his dental degree from The University of
                                                                 TIME                                                                          Texas Health science Center at san
sleep apnea. Dr. Drake is also a member of the University’s
Center for Dental sleep Medicine. Dr. Drake is a Diplomate       Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                 antonio, Dental school in 1980. He
of the american Board of Dental sleep Medicine. He serves        Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                                              continued with postgraduate training in Oral
on the Board of Directors with the american academy of                                                                                         Medicine and Maxillofacial radiology at the
Dental sleep Medicine, as well as chairing the                   LOCATION                                                                      national naval Dental Center, Bethesda,
reimbursement Committee.                                         The University of Texas Health science Center                     Maryland in 1986 and received a Certificate in Oral
                                                                 at san antonio, Dental school                                     Medicine in 1988. Upon his retirement from the United
CHARLES GIESEY, D.D.S., earned his dental degree at
                                                                                                                                   states navy in 2002, Dr. Huber joined the faculty as an
The University of Texas Health science Center at Houston,        TUITION                                                           assistant Professor in the Division of Oral Medicine,
Dental Branch in 1968. He maintained a private practice          Dentist: $210.00                                                  Department of Dental Diagnostic science at The
in general dentistry from 1970 to 1986 in san antonio,           allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
Texas.      Currently, Dr. Giesey is a Clinical assistant                                                                          University of Texas Health science Center at san
Professor in the Department of restorative Dentistry at The                                                                        antonio, Dental school.
                                                                 CREDIT (Course Code: 128461a)
University of Texas Health science Center at san antonio,        aGD Code: 142                 Hours: 7
Dental school. He serves as a co-director of the Center for                                                                        TIME
Dental sleep Medicine at The University of Texas Health                                                                            Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
science Center at san antonio.                                        IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION                                 Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
                                                                  Participants should bring the following: (1) simple
TIME                                                              schematics of your office floor plan (hand drawn or              LOCATION
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                     digitized is acceptable); (2) the response time of the           The University of Texas Health science Center
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM– 4:00 PM                                 medical emergency services in your area; (3)                     at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                  photos and a list of your medical emergency
LOCATION                                                          equipment, in their CURRENT, AS-IS LOCATION                      TUITION
The University of Texas Health science Center                     AND STATUS. The course requirements are to aid in                Dentist: $210.00
at san antonio, Dental school                                     the evaluation of the medical emergency equipment                allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
TUITION                                                           and office efficiency in the management of a medical
Dentist: $210.00                                                  emergency.                                                       CREDIT (Course Code: 128462a)
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                  *From Fast, TB et al. JaDa 112:499, 1984; Malamed,               aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7
                                                                  sF, JaDa 124 4, 1993
CREDIT (Course Code: 128460a)
aGD Code: 730                         Hours: 7

12       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                      (210) 567-3177
           september 19                                                      september 19                                                   september 24-26
                   Lecture Course                                   Longhorn Football Dental study Club                                 academic Outreach in Carlsbad, California
     All Ceramic Restorations                                    The Treatment of Obstructive                                                 Lecture/Hands-On Course
           PaUL a. HansEn, D.D.s.                                     Sleep Apnea Using                                                        Advanced Course in
OVERVIEW
                                                                       Oral Appliances                                                      Dental Implantology at the
Developments have been occurring in the area of                           PaUL M. MCLOrnan, B.D.s.                                              Zimmer Institute
dental ceramics so fast it is difficult to keep track of what
is happening. Much of what the dentist must do is               OVERVIEW                                                                OVERVIEW
dictated by the requirements of the dental laboratory to        Obstructive sleep apnea (Osa) has been identified by                    This course is designed to give dentists an intensive and
fabricate the crown. This CE program will review the            the niH in its Health Goals for 2010 as one of the most                 comprehensive, hands-on experience in implant den-
basics of porcelain fused to metal technology and how it        prevalent and most under diagnosed medical conditions.                  tistry. The program will be held in Carlsbad, California at
differs from the new all ceramic materials.                     Left untreated the condition has significant associated                 the new state-of-the-art Zimmer institute.
                                                                morbidity and mortality. in his presentation Dr McLornan
                                                                will describe; the condition, the differences between                   The institute is all about training with its sophisticated
Dr. Hansen will review multiple clinic cases. The review                                                                                labs, audiovisual equipment and lecture facilities with
will concentrate on the clinical applicability of the           snoring and sleep apnea, how it is diagnosed and treat-
                                                                ed by the medical community, how we as dentists can                     advanced and realistic patient treatment mannequins.
various systems. The physical properties of the all                                                                                     Participants are encouraged to bring models and x-rays
ceramic materials will drive the way the practioner will        work with our medical colleagues to diagnose Osa, how
                                                                we as dentists have an important role in treating snoring               of cases that they would like reviewed during a treatment
prepare and seat the new crowns. We will review the                                                                                     planning session.
use of aluminum oxide cores, pressed ceramics, zirco-           and Osa patients, use actual patient cases to illustrate
nia oxide cores, infiltrated ceramics, and how these            the steps in treatment, how to introduce the treatment of               OBJECTIVES
materials will satisfy the most demanding esthetics and         Osa into your practice, current research into the dental                  • Develop treatment planning skills, rationale, and
functional needs.                                               treatment of Osa and why this is fast becoming one of                       scientific basis for the clinical practice of simple
                                                                the hottest topics in dentistry.                                            and complex implant cases.
The attendee will learn the basic differences between                                                                                     • Become adept at implant placement and soft tis-
the various new all ceramic crowns on the market and            Dr. McLornan will demonstrate the use of the George                         sue handling.
how to prepare the tooth to receive them. The attendee          Gauge in making jaw relation records for the fabrication                  • Gain experience with the latest implant surgery
will learn the different types of luting agents to cement       of oral appliances to treat Osa. He will also demonstrate                   and prosthetic implant instrumentation.
the new crowns or bond them to the underlying                   how home sleep monitors can be used by dentists to                        • Gain surgical knowledge and hands-on training in
tooth structure.                                                monitor the efficacy of oral appliance therapy.                             immediate load, extraction and immediate implant
                                                                successful treatment of this very prevalent condition is                    placement, socket preservation techniques, block
OBJECTIVES                                                      not only a huge practice builder but can be very profes-                    grafts, sinus lifting, cancellous grafting and mem-
This course will enable the dentist to understand:              sionally rewarding for the treating dentist. To successful-                 brane techniques.
   • Understand the basics of the porcelain to                  ly treat an Osa sufferer using an oral appliance is prob-                 • Learn and perform prosthodontic procedures on
      metal restoration                                         ably the most profound effect a dentist can have on the                     advanced mannequin models with single unit,
   • Understand the new all ceramic systems and                 quality and quantity of that patient's life.                                multiple unit, and edentulous scenarios in a
      how they differ from the PFM and from                                                                                                 hands-on environment.
      each other                                                OBJECTIVES
   • How to decide which system is best for                       • Demonstrate the use of the George Gauge                             PRESENTERS
      your patient                                                • Making jaw relation records for the fabrication of                  COL (RET) WENDELL A. EDGIN, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.,
   • Know which luting system to use for the                        oral appliances to treat Osa                                        obtained his DDs degree from the University of Texas
      different ceramic systems                                   • Demonstrate how home sleep monitors can be                          Health science Center at Houston in 1980.
   • Be able to know the physical properties of the                 used by dentists
                                                                                                                                        BRIAN L. MEALEY, D.D.S., M.S., received his dental
      different materials and how the material                                                                                          degree from The University of Texas Health science
      properties effect the tooth preparation.                               PRESENTER
                                                                                                                                        Center at san antonio, Dental school in 1983.
                                                                             PAUL M. MCLORNAN, B.D.S., obtained his
              PRESENTER                                                      dental degree from Queens University,
                                                                                                                                        IVY S. SCHWARTZ, D.D.S., M.S.Ed., earned her DDs
              PAUL A. HANSEN, D.D.S., obtained his                           Belfast in 1996. He then undertook a one-
                                                                                                                                        degree from the University of Texas Health science
              dental degree from the University of                           year general practice residency at the
                                                                                                                                        Center at san antonio in 1982.
              nebraska Medical Center College of                             University of Manchester, England before
              Dentistry in 1975. Dr. Hansen started a                        returning to ireland. There he worked for                  ALFONSO MONARRES, D.D.S., received his DDs
              one-year Prosthodontic residency at the                        two years as an associate in a five-dentist                degree from The UaC in Torreon, Mexico.
              University of Texas Health science Center         practice, before becoming one of two partners. after five
                                                                years of practice ownership, Dr. McLornan started a                     TIME
              in san antonio, Texas (UTHsCsa) and a
                                                                three-year Prosthodontic residency at the University of                 Check-in, receive materials and scrubs: Wednesday,
two-year Prosthodontic residency at Wilford Hall
                                                                Texas Health science Center in san antonio, Texas                       9:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Carlsbad inn
Medical Center. Currently he is the Prosthodontic
                                                                (UTHsCsa) under the directorship of Dr. robert Cronin.                  For reservations: 800-235-3939 or 760-434-7020
section Director, Department of adult restorative
                                                                He graduated with a specialty certificate in                            Program: Thursday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
Dentistry, University of nebraska Medical Center
                                                                Prosthodontics in 2007.                                                 Friday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
College of Dentistry. He also maintains a private
                                                                                                                                        saturday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
practice in Lincoln, nebraska.
                                                                TIME                                                                    all sessions have working lunches
TIME                                                            Check-in: saturday, five hours prior to kick-off                        LOCATION
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                   Game: Texas vs. Texas Tech                                              The Zimmer institute
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                              royal Texas-Memorial stadium (kick-off time TBa)                        Carlsbad, California (just north of san Diego)

LOCATION                                                        LOCATION                                                                TUITION
The University of Texas Health science Center                   Joe C. Thompson Conference Center at                                    Dentist: $2000
at san antonio, Dental school                                   The University of Texas at austin                                       Dentist: $2000 - 20% = $1600
                                                                26th and red river (next to LBJ Library)                                Dentist: $2000 - 15% = $1700
TUITION                                                         austin, Texas 78713 • (800) 882-8784
Dentist: $210.00                                                                                                                        CREDIT (Course Code: 128465a)
allied Dental Personnel: $160.00                                TUITION                                                                 aGD Code 690                  Hours 21
                                                                Includes parking and pre-game meal
                                                                                                                                        The Dental School thanks Zimmer for their educational grant
CREDIT (Course Code: 128463a)                                   individual with game ticket: $260.00
                                                                                                                                             in support of this continuing education program.
aGD Code: 612                 Hours: 7                          individual without game ticket: $165.00

                                                                CREDIT (Course Code:128464a)
                                                                aGD Code: 730                Hours: 3
                                                                 SPECIAL FEE INFORMATION
                                                                 additional game tickets can be purchased at $95.00                                        TWO STEP SAVINGS
                                                                 each. Pre-game meals can be purchased for guests at                            Register before July 28, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
                                                                 $15.00 per person.                                                            Register before August 27, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
                                                                 The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc., Deka Laser Technologies, Nobel
                                                                  Biocare, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health, for their
                                                                   educational grants in support of this continuing education series.
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         september 25                                                   september 25                                                  september 25
                   Texas Brief aM                                                Texas Brief PM                                                   Lecture Course
                   Lecture Course                                                Lecture Course                                Alternative Medications and
    “Lawsuits, Dental Board                                                  Annual Fall                                       Their Impact on Patient Care
 Investigations, and Other Bad                                         OSHA Training Course:                                    ELEOnOrE J. PaUnOViCH, D.D.s., M.s.
    Things That Can Happen                                               The In’s and Out’s
     to a Dental Practice!”                                               of Germ Warfare                                    OVERVIEW
                                                                  GEZa T. TErEZHaLMY, D.D.s., M.a.                           With the ever-increasing market of herbal and alterna-
   How to Avoid These Setbacks in                                                                                            tive medications, today’s dental practitioner must be
                                                                                                                             ready not only to recognize what these medications are,
         Your Dental Office.                                   OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                             but what their impact is on medications that we may
                                                               infections present a significant hazard in the dental envi-
 EDWarD P. “JOE” WaLLEr, D.D.s, J.D.                           ronment. although protection of the patient is an obvious     choose to prescribe for our patients. in addition, an
                                                               priority, oral healthcare personnel are also                  understanding of the potential interactions and side
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                     effects of these alternative medications may be helpful
                                                               vulnerable to exposure. The intent of this course is to set
Effective September 1, 2008 Rule 104.1, licensees                                                                            in light of the steadily increasing use of these products.
                                                               forth an infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol to
may choose to have up to four (4) hours of risk man-                                                                         Particular emphasis will be on the use, side effects, and
                                                               minimize the transmission of infections in the clinical
agement-related coursework (includes risk manage-                                                                            interactions these products have not only on the more
                                                               process (for the protection of patients and oral health
ment, record keeping, and/or ethics courses and the                                                                          frequently prescribed dental medications, but also on
                                                               care personnel alike) via direct contact with blood,
allowance for self-study hours has been increased                                                                            some of the more frequently prescribed medications our
                                                               saliva, and other secretions; via indirect contact with
to (6) hours.This course is designed to assist the den-                                                                      patients may be on.
                                                               contaminated instruments, operatory equipment, and
tal practitioner in minimizing their chances of a lawsuit or
                                                               environmental surfaces; and via airborne contaminant's,
Dental Board investigation through the use of effective                                                                      OBJECTIVES
                                                               such as droplet spatter and aerosols of infectious
risk management techniques.                                                                                                  Upon completion of this course, you will learn:
                                                               body fluids.
                                                                                                                               • an overview of some of today’s more common
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                        herbal and alternative supplements.
                                                               OBJECTIVES
  • Learn the top three reasons dental offices are at                                                                          • Begin to review what the literature knows as the
                                                               Participants in this course will be introduced to evidence-
    risk for lawsuits.                                                                                                            impact these products may have on the manage-
                                                               based information that will facilitate compliance with 29
  • Understand how the utilization of risk manage-                                                                                ment of our dental patients.
                                                               CFr Part 1910.1030, Occupational Exposure to
    ment techniques can dramatically decrease the
                                                               Bloodborne Pathogens, Final rule (Federal register
    risk of a lawsuit.                                                                                                                     PRESENTER
                                                               56(235): 64004-182, 1991 and the implementation of
  • Be able to identify issues in your own practice                                                                                        ELEONORE J. PAUNOVICH, D.D.S.,
                                                               recommendations made by other federal, state, and
    which will reduce the risk of a Dental Board                                                                                           M.S.C., received her DDs from indiana
                                                               local agencies and professional organizations.
    investigation.                                                                                                                         University school of Dentistry. Dr.
  • identify the essential elements which must be in                                                                                       Paunovich holds the position of associate
                                                               in addition to fulfilling your annual OsHa requirements
    every dental record to allow you to comply with                                                                                        Clinical Professor in the Department of
                                                               upon completion of this course, oral healthcare
    Dental Board rules.                                                                                                                    Dental Diagnostic science at The
                                                               personnel should be able to:
  • Learn the steps which must be taken to increase                                                                                        University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                  • Understand the rational for the need for an
    your chances of a favorable outcome in a Dental                                                                          at san antonio where she serves as coordinator of the
                                                                    infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol.
    Board investigation.                                                                                                     clinical geriatric programs for the Oral Medicine and
                                                                  • Develop and implement an practical infection
  • Understand the documentation issues which can                                                                            senior Care Clinic.
                                                                    Control/Exposure Control Protocol appropriate for
    reduce your exposure from investigations by
                                                                    a particular oral healthcare setting, which include
    other state and Federal agencies.                                                                                        TIME
                                                                    the following essential elements:
                                                                  • Education and training; standard precautions             Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
            PRESENTER                                                                                                        Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
                                                                    Vaccinations
            EDWARD P. “JOE” WALLER, JR., D.D.S.,
                                                                  • Personal protective equipment; Work practice and
            J.D., received his dental degree from st.                                                                        LOCATION
                                                                    engineering controls
            Louis University school of Dentistry in 1969                                                                     The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                  • Environmental infection control; Post exposure
            and his law degree from st. Mary’s                                                                               at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                    evaluation and follow-up
            University school of Law in 1990. He is an
                                                                  • Medical records; Medical conditions and work
            attorney with the law firm of Brin & Brin in                                                                     TUITION
                                                                    restrictions
            san antonio, Texas. His practice is focused                                                                      Dentist: $210.00
on the defense of hospitals, physicians, and dentists in                                                                     Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
                                                                            PRESENTER
medical and dental malpractice lawsuits. Dr. Waller also                                                                     Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
                                                                            GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, D.D.S., M.A.,
frequently represents dentists in investigations and                                                                         allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
                                                                            received his D.D.s. degree from Case
hearings before the state Board of Dental Examiners.                                                                         allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00
                                                                            Western reserve University in 1971, con-
                                                                            tinuing with his postgraduate training from      allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50
TIME
                                                                            1975 to 1977 and obtaining a Certificate in
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128471a)
                                                                            Oral Medicine from the national naval
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                                                                                            aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7
                                                                            Dental Center.
LOCATION
                                                               TIME
The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                               Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria,: 12:30 PM
at san antonio, Dental school
                                                               Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
TUITION
                                                               LOCATION
Dentist: $125.00
                                                               The University of Texas Health science Center                                    TWO STEP SAVINGS
                                                               at san antonio, Dental school                                         Register before July 28, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
CREDIT (Course Code: 128467a)
aGD Code: 550                 Hours: 3                                                                                              Register before August 27, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
                                                               TUITION
                                                               individual: $125.00
 SPECIAL FEE OFFER                                             special Discount Fee: $87.50
 register for the morning program and receive a 30%            (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is               receive discount)
 included for the participants attending both sessions.
                                                               CREDIT (Course Code: 128469a)
                                                               aGD Code: 148                 Hours: 3
     Effective September 1, 2008 Rule 104.1,
        licensees may choose to have up
      to four (4) hours of risk management-
        related coursework (includes risk
       management, record keeping, and/or
        ethics courses and the allowance
           for self-study hours has been
               increased to (6) hours.

14       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                        (210) 567-3177
          september 25                                                    september 26                                                 OFFICE OF CONTINUING
                                                                                                                                 DENTAL EDUCATION & ALUMNI AFFAIRS

                                                                                                                                           Birgit Junfin Glass, DDs, Ms
                  Lecture Course                                  Longhorn Football Dental study Club                                   associate Dean for academic affairs
 A Practical Approach to Oral                                       A Team Approach to                                                        William O. Butler, Director
 Pathology in Clinical Practice                                 Prevention and Management                                                rebecca s. nixon, Office Manager
          JOHn M. WriGHT, D.D.s.                                  of Medical Emergencies
                                                                                                                                     Jason K. sandlin, Conference Coordinator i
OVERVIEW                                                             in the Dental Office
The course is designed to review the more common oral                   ErnEsT E. VaLDEZ, D.D.s.                                       Jenna J. soto, administrative assistant i
mucosal disorders seen in general practice; including
infections of the oral cavity, noninfectious forms of stom-   OVERVIEW                                                                     sarah Macias, senior secretary
atitis, aphthous ulcers, oral cancer and precancerous         according to a published study, a dentist and staff, on aver-
                                                              age, will manage a medical emergency once every 1.4                      ruby Madrid, administrative secretary
lesions. This presentation will also focus on therapeutic
management. The final session will review these disor-        years*. The same study reports that cardiac arrest in a
                                                                                                                                          Karmela negovetic, accountant iii
ders based on their common clinical manifestations; i.e.      dental office may occur once every 130 years*. it appears
red, white and pigmented lesions, ulcers and tumors.          that medical emergencies occur infrequently in the dental                richard M. Ongkiko, Computer analyst
reviewing the common oral mucosal conditions seen in          office. it is for this very reason that it is easy for dentists
                                                              and staff to forget simple medical emergency prevention                    roland M. Meffert, DDs, Consultant
practice in a differential diagnosis format should provide
                                                              and management techniques and systems. in a produc-
a practical approach to the recognition, diagnosis and                                                                                   Kenneth D. rudd, DDs, Consultant
                                                              tive dental practice, medical emergency equipment may
management of these problems.
                                                              become dusty, emergency medications may expire,
                                                              portable oxygen tanks become empty, emergency man-                       EXTERNAL ADVISORY BOARD
OBJECTIVES                                                    agement systems are forgotten. Do you have enough                                  Dr. sandra Cortez
  • To review the clinical features of common oral                                                                                               san antonio, Texas
                                                              equipment or too much equipment to manage medical
    mucosal disorders.                                        emergencies in your dental office? What is the anticipated
  • To provide a review and update on the etiology                                                                                              Dr. Brook a. Derenzy
                                                              arrival time of EMs to your office? Do you anD your staff                             Bend, Oregon
    and clinical features of oral cancer and                  know how to manage the most common medical emergen-
    precancerous lesions.                                     cies that can occur in your dental office?                                         Dr. Chad DuPlantis
  • To provide a clinically relevant and practical                                                                                                  Dallas, Texas
    approach to the evaluation of oral mucosal                OBJECTIVES
    disorders.                                                Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:                        Dr. Todd Ehrlich
  • To recognize the clinical features of oral                                                                                                      austin, Texas
                                                                • Evaluate their medical emergency equipment, as
    pathological conditions and group disorders                    well as, the office for efficiency of management of                             Dr. Grant Hogan
    by their common oral manifestations.                           medical emergencies by bringing a schematic of                                   Dallas, Texas
  • To develop a differential diagnosis for the                    the floor plan of their dental office, a list and
    more common mucosal manifestations of                          photos of their medical equipment of their office.                              Dr. alex Khoury
    oral diseases.                                              • Determine the response time of the emergency                                     Chicago, illinois
                                                                   medical services to a medical emergency in their
              PRESENTER                                            dental office.                                                               Dr. Heather ridgway
              JOHN M. WRIGHT, D.D.S., received his              • Design a “Medical Emergency Management Plan”                                  san antonio, Texas
              dental degree from West Virginia University          for the dental office.                                                         Dr. Michael scott
              and Oral Pathology training at indiana            • Learn to recognize and manage the ten most                                       abilene, Texas
              University. Dr. Wright is regents Professor          common medical emergencies, as well as, acute
              and Chairman of the Department of                    myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest in the                              Dr. sandra swanson
              Diagnostic sciences at Baylor College of             dental office.                                                                   austin, Texas
              Dentistry, a member of the Texas a&M              • Learn medical emergency preventive measures.
Health science Center in Dallas, Texas. He is an Oral                                                                                               Dr. Dana Yip
                                                                          PRESENTER                                                               Portland, Oregon
Pathologist and also maintains a part-time private
practice in clinical oral pathology.                                      ERNEST E. VALDEZ, D.D.S., received his
                                                                                                                                                   Dr. Grace Youn
                                                                          DDs degree from The University of Texas                                  Houston, Texas
in addition to his many honors, Dr. Wright was awarded                    Health science Center at san antonio,
the regents Professor service award by the Texas a&M                      Dental school in 1993. He pursued a two                                  Dr. Juan Zavala
Board of regents in recognition of his distinguished                      year General Practice residency at The                                    austin, Texas
academic contributions.        named a 2006 Piper                         University of Texas Health science Center at
                                                                          san antonio which he completed in 2001. Dr.                          CDE COMMITTEE
Professor, his award is one of 15 from the Minnie                                                                                Dr. roger arredondo – Practicing Dental Community
stevens Piper Foundation made annually to Texas               Valdez is currently an assistant Professor in the
                                                              Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at the Dental                       saDDs representative
professors for superior teaching at the college level. Dr.
Wright is also a past recipient of Baylor College of          school and maintains a practice at the UTHsCsa Dental                     Dr. Edward Funk – General Dentistry
Dentistry's Teacher of the Year award.                        school’s Dental Faculty Practice Clinic.
                                                                                                                                   *Dr. Michaell Huber – Dental Diagnostic science
                                                              TIME
He has contributed approximately 100 publications to          Check-in: saturday, five hours prior to kick-off                                     Ms. Tina stein
the scientific literature, as well as 14 book chapters and    Game: Texas vs. UTEP                                                         Dental Hygiene representative
three textbooks, and he lectures extensively nationally       royal Texas-Memorial stadium (kick-off time TBa)
and internationally. He has participated in over 250                                                                             Dr. sonia Jennings – Ds alumni association Member
local, national and international programs.                   LOCATION
                                                                                                                                        Dr. arturo Lopez – General Dentistry
                                                              Joe C. Thompson Conference Center at
TIME                                                          The University of Texas at austin                                             Dr. stan McGuff – Pathology
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria,, 8:00 aM                26th and red river (next to LBJ Library)
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                              austin, Texas 78713                                                 UTHSCSA Dental Alumni Association
                                                              (800) 882-8784                                                           Executive Committee
LOCATION                                                                                                                                      Dr. Carlen Palmer Blume
The University of Texas Health science Center                 TUITION                                                                                 President
at san antonio, Dental school                                 Includes parking and pre-game meal
                                                                                                                                                 Dr. sonia Jennings
                                                              individual with game ticket: $235.00
                                                                                                                                                  President Elect
TUITION                                                       individual without game ticket: $165.00
Dentist: $ 210.00                                                                                                                                       TBD
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128473a)                                                           secretary
                                                              aGD Code: 142                 Hours: 3
CREDIT (Course Code: 128472a)                                                                                                                      Dr. Tom Watkins
                                                              SPECIAL FEE INFORMATION                                                                  Treasurer
aGD Code: 739                 Hours: 7
                                                              additional game tickets can be purchased at $70.00                                   Dr. Todd Ehrlich
   The Dental School thanks the Texas Dental Oncology         each. Pre-game meals can be purchased for guests at                                  Past President
 Education Program for its educational grant in support of    $15.00 per person.
        this continuing dental education program.
                                                                The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc., Deka Laser Technologies,
                                                               Nobel Biocare, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health,
                                                                         for their educational grants in support of this
                                                                                   continuing education series.
 (210) 567-3177                                                                                                                               http://smile.uthscsa.edu               15
15th Annual Preceptorship in Dental Implantology
                                                                                               Six Weekend
                                                                2009: October 9-11 • November 6-8 • December 11-13
This course is designed for generalists and specialists who desire an
intense study of the various aspects of dental implantology.
PRECEPTORSHIP INFORMATION
The Preceptorship will consist of a curriculum which is clinically focused while incorporating the latest research from the clinical basic sciences. This will provide
the participant with an understanding of the rationale and scientific basis for the clinical practice of implantology. The participants will meet for six weekend ses-
sions which will include didactic sessions and some hands-on training experiences in an interactive learning environment.

PRECEPTORSHIP OBJECTIVES
The participant will learn:
• The rationale and scientific basis for the successful clinical practice of implantology.
• The current concepts, principles, and clinical methodology used effectively in practice.
• The proper evaluation, diagnosis, and selection of patients for implant placement and restoration.
• To develop and understand specific implant, surgical and prosthodontic skills, and the different modalities available.
• To manage the more difficult clinical situations, such as patients with advanced maxillary or mandibular atrophy.
• The practice management aspects of dental implantology: records, insurance, informed consent, medical-legal and marketing considerations.

PRECEPTORSHIP CO-DIRECTORS
ROBERT CRONIN, JR., D.D.S., M.S., received his D.D.S. degree from Georgetown University and completed a three year postdoctoral program
in Prosthodontics at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, receiving a Master of Science Degree from The University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston.
Dr. Cronin is Professor and Head of the Graduate Division, Department of Prosthodontics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San
Antonio, Dental School.

BRIAN L. MEALEY, D.D.S., M.S., received his dental degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School in 1983.
He attained his specialty certificate in Periodontics from Wilford Hall Air Force Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base in 1990 and a Master of Science in
Periodontics from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School. He is an Associate Professor and Head of the Specialist
Division in the Department of Periodontics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

HOST
ROLAND M. MEFFERT, D.D.S., serves as a Consultant to the Office of Continuing Dental Education at The University of Texas Health Science
Center at San Antonio. He is the host of the Preceptorship in Dental Implantology.

DIDACTIC SESSIONS                                                                     • Procedures for developing optimum esthetics and the biomechanical
• History and future of dental implantology.                                            loading aspects of implant restorations.
• Three-day classroom/cadaver laboratory exercises.                                   • Component systems will be categorized with specific indications
• Biomechanical and biomaterial aspects of dental implantology.                         for their use.
• Physiology of bone with emphasis on cellular, molecular healing,                    • The importance of optimal laboratory support and clinical communication
  bone maturation of bone in function and selection of implants with                    skills to facilitate positive interaction with the dental technician.
  different designs and surfaces relating to bone density and planned                 • Indications and techniques relating to insertion of implants in single tooth
  Implant function.                                                                     and fresh extraction site situations.
• Anatomy of the maxilla, mandible and TMJ in terms of available bone and             • Hard and soft tissue grafting, guided soft, hard tissue regeneration in both
  anatomy as related to stress distribution.                                            pre- and post-implant placement, including sinus lift procedures.
• Anatomical structures (muscles, nerves, arteries) as they relate to                 • Repair of the ailing, failing implant with new regenerative procedures
  implant placement.                                                                    and materials.
• Philosophies of implant retention and stabilization.                                • An overview of informed consent documentation and medical-legal review.
• Essential treatment planning facets, including patient selection, past dental       • The principles of practice management, marketing, and insurance
  and medical history, essential diagnostic guides (casts. templates, etc.), docu       considerations.
  mentation, appointment sequencing with laboratory, surgeon, restorative             • An opportunity for your dental hygienist to complete a certification course
  dentist. Essentials of joint treatment planning, recall principles.                   in dental implant hygiene.
• Surgical and prosthodontic considerations including incision design, fixture
  and abutment selection, occlusal considerations and force transmission.             PARTICIPATION SESSIONS
• Peri-implantitis and its effect on the dental implant from the infective and        • The Preceptorship will feature hands-on and interactive sessions.
  traumatic aspects.                                                                  • Co-Directors will conduct a two hour diagnostic and treatment
• Post-restoration responsibilities of staff personnel, hygienist, surgeon and          planning segment featuring the preceptors’ patient cases at each of the
  restorative dentist on a recall basis.                                                weekend sessions.
• Demonstration of instruments, techniques for post-implant placement,                • Implant anatomy laboratory will give the preceptors the opportunities to
  restoration hygiene.                                                                  familiarize themselves in implant anatomy through dissection and to
• Principles in troubleshooting, rescue and retrieval procedures.                       actually place implants in cadaver models.
• The prosthodontic aspects of diagnosis and treatment planning as well as            • Hands-on exercises will familiarize the preceptors with the surgical and
  the clinical communication of this information to the surgeon.                        restorative aspects of dental implant systems and prosthetic laboratory
16      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                        techniques.                                               (210) 567-3177
honoring Roland M. Meffert, D.D.S.
Sessions 2009-2010
2010: January 8-10 • February 5-7 • March 12-14 - *Dental Team Weekend
                                                                                                                   BrInG YoUr STAFF To THE
TUITION INFORMATION                                                                                                 dEnTAL TEAM WEEKEnd
(Includes course materials, lunch on Friday and Saturday, celebration dinner, case presentations, and
recognition as a Dr. Kenneth D. Rudd Continuing Dental Education Participant Award Recipient.)            March 12        Lynn D. Mortilla, RDH
                                                                                                                          Marlene Schmitz, CDA
                                                                                                                          Dental Hygiene and
DENTIST: $9,797.50                                                                                                        Dental Assistant Certification Course
Save $1,200.00 off the tuition fee by making a one-time payment of $8,597.50 (which includes a            March 13        Joy Millis, CSP
non-refundable $1,000 deposit) before August 3, 2009.                                                                     Essential Skills for the Dental Implant Team


                TWO ADDITIONAL EASY WAYS TO SAVE!
Reserve your spot now with a non-refundable deposit of $1,000.00 before July 13, 2009 and qualify        Upon completion of this program the participants will be
for $697.50 off the full tuition fee.                                                                    eligible for Fellowship status of the International Congress of Oral
                                                                                                         Implantologists (ICOI).
                                                  OR
Send a non-refundable deposit of $1,000.00 before August 3, 2009 and qualify for $497.50 off the full                          HOTEL
tuition fee.                                                                                                                   ACCOMMODATIONS
                                                                                                                               Special rates and arrangements
 You will be mailed a registration confirmation letter and a statement with your remaining balance                             have been made at the newly
    due, at which time you will be able to pick which payment plan you want to participate in.                                 built La Quinta Inn & Suites
                                                                                                                               Medical Conference Center.
                   THEN YOU WILL HAVE FOUR MORE                                                                                Enjoy this UPSCALE - hotel
                                                                                                                               offering vibrant, inviting San
                  OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE EVEN MORE:                                                       Antonio feel guest rooms, all with luxurious pillow-
If you pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before August 14, 2009 you will receive   top beds and down pillows, refrigerator, microwave,
an additional $400.00 off the remaining balance.                                                         granite countertops, and complimentary wired and
                                                  OR                                                     wireless Internet access. Their staff is genuinely
Pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before September 1, 2009 and you will receive    friendly and helpful. This is the closest hotel (only 1
an additional $200.00 off the remaining balance.                                                         mile) to the UTHSC Medical Center and hospitals,
                                                  OR                                                     with Six Flags Fiesta Texas, La Cantera Shopping
Start making the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based on your balance due) before          Mall, the Riverwalk, the Alamo minutes away; and
August 14, 2009 and you will receive an additional $100.00 off the remaining balance.                    only 12 miles to Seaworld!
                                                  OR                                                     It is recommended that you make your reservations
If you make the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based on your balance due) before           directly with this host hotel for all the Preceptorship
September 1, 2009 and you will receive an additional $50.00 off the remaining balance.                   weekends at this time. Indicate your participation at
                                                                                                         the UTHSCSA Continuing Dental Education pro-
No fee reductions are available after September 1, 2009 but a five successive monthly payment            gram, Preceptorship in Dental Implantology to
plan is available.                                                                                       receive the reduce rate of $92.00.
                                                                                                         La Quinta Inn & Suites
CREDIT (Course Code: 128478A) • AGD Code 690 and related subject codes. Up to 117 Hours
                                                                                                         Medical Conference Center
                                                                                                         4431 Horizon Hill Blvd
PAST PRECEPTORSHIP FACULTY                                                                               San Antonio, TX 78229
(This year’s selection may include but will not be limited to)                                           Phone: (210) 525-8090
Fred A. Bell, DDS                   Joseph Y. Kan, DDS, MS               Lynn D. Mortilla, RDH           Fax: (210) 525-8453
John B. Brunski, PhD                James S. Kohner, DDS                 Kevin G. Murphy, DDS, MS        RATES: Single/Double $92.00
Daniel Buser, DMD, PhD              Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS               Pirkka Nummikoski, DDS, MS
                                                                                                         PRECEPTORSHIP IN DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY
David R. Cagna, DMD                 Jack Lemons, MS, PhD                 Stephen M. Parel, DDS
                                                                                                         REFUND POLICY:
Donald P. Callan, DDS               Eduardo R. Lorenzana, DDS,           Michael A. Pikos, DDS           If you must cancel your registration, please notify the Office of
Paul Peng Chang, DDS                MS                                   David Prestipino, CDT           Continuing Dental Education as soon as you determine you are unable to
                                                                                                         attend so that a refund may be considered. Due to commitments to these
Gerard J. Chiche, DDS               Kenneth A. Malament, DDS,            Bo Rangert, PhD                 type of programs, any cancellation made before September 2, 2009 will be
                                                                                                         subject to an administrative fee assessment of $1,797.50 plus applicable non-
Louis F. Clarizio, DDS              MScD                                 W. Eugene Roberts, DDS, PhD     refundable deposits.
David L. Cochran, DDS, PhD          Roland M. Meffert, DDS               Stephen Schmitt, DDS, MS        Any cancellation made after September 2, 2009 does not qualify for a
                                                                                                         refund. However, participants may choose to place their tuition minus an
Robert J. Cronin, Jr., DDS, MS      Burton Melton, DDS                   Marlene Schmitz, CDA            administrative, applicable nonrefundable deposits, and any direct cost fee
S. Brent Dove, DDS, MS              Michael P. Mills, DMD, MS            Mohamed Sharawy, PhD, BDS       assessment’s into a holding account for future use. “No Shows” will not
                                                                                                         qualify for refunds. Written notification is required within five
Jon M. Finley, DDS                  Joy Millis, CSP                      Dennis G. Smiler, DDS, MScD     business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please
Scott D. Ganz, DMD                  John C. Minichetti, DMD              Samuel M. Strong, DDS           allow four to six weeks for all refunds.
Bryan T. Harris, DMD                Carl E. Misch, DDS, MDS              Stephanie S. Strong, RDH
Frank L. Higginbottom, DDS          Craig M. Misch, DDS, MDS             Hans-Peter Weber, DDS, PhD
Marjorie Jeffcoat, DMD, PhD         Richard X. Monahan, DDS,             Vick Williams, MD, PhD          The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
Kenneth W.M. Judy, DDS              MS, JD                               Mark H. Zablotsky, DDS          ADA CERP Recognized Provider

Brian Mealey, DDS, MS
 (210) 567-3177                     Alfonso Monarres, DDS, MS                                                                  http://smile.uthscsa.edu                          17
            OctOber 2                                                        OctOber 8                                                        OctOber 9
       Certification Course for Dentists                                      Luncheons for Learning                                             Participation Course
        Fall Nitrous Oxide                                                Dental Laser Systems                                      Differential TMD Diagnoses
       Conscious Sedation                                             LinC J. COnn Jr., D.D.s., M.P.H.                                   and Treatments for
     Hands-On Training Course                                    FORMAT
                                                                                                                                       General Practitioners
         ErnEsT E. VaLDEZ, D.D.s.                                One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic                  EDWarD F. WriGHT, D.D.s, M.s.
                                                                 during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group
OVERVIEW & OBJECTIVES                                            has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during the     OVERVIEW
at the end of the didactic and clinical sessions, the                                                                           This participation course consists of a morning presentation
                                                                 short discussion period at the end of the lecture. it
participant will be able to:                                                                                                    and an afternoon of clinical activities. The morning
                                                                 requires only about one and one-half hour of your time to      presentation will first discuss initial patient evaluation and a
   • Define conscious sedation and be aware of the               learn the latest developments in many areas of dentistry.      recommended treatment protocol for integrating and utilizing
       benefits for the patient and dentist.                     it also offers the opportunity to become better acquaint-      multidisciplinary TMD therapies. This sequence will then be
   • Understand the psychophysiology of pain,                    ed with your colleagues and their staff since all dental       applied to 18 documented cases in which the patient's
       anxiety, and sedation.                                    allied personnel and technicians are also invited to           symptoms and clinical evaluation results are presented, and
   • Understand the physiology of respiration and                attend.                                                        potential diagnoses and treatments will be discussed.
       of n2O-O2 inhalation.                                                                                                    several of these cases are of patients who present with
   • Know the advantages, disadvantages, indications,            OVERVIEW                                                       symptoms similar to TMD, but other diagnoses are
       and contraindications to the use of n2O in normal         The participants in this luncheon for learning will learn      determined, i.e., acute pulpalgia, sinusitis, etc. Participants
       and medically compromised patients.                       some basic laser physics and safety as well as require-        will be taught to identify these disorders from TMD through
   • Understand the techniques used to administer                                                                               history and clinical evaluation.
                                                                 ments for the use of lasers in a dental office. several dif-
       n2O and monitor patients while they receive it.           ferent dental laser systems will be discussed including        The afternoon clinical activities will involve working with a
   • recognize the complications that may arise as a             diode lasers, CO2 lasers, and YsGG lasers.                     fellow participant, in which the masticatory and cervical
       result of n2O administration, and understand the                                                                         musculature will be palpated, various jaw positions will be
       prevention, early detection, and treatment of these       OBJECTIVES                                                     reviewed, and various splints brought to the course will be
       complications.                                              • Understand laser physics and safety issues.                adjusted. The course parallels Dr. Wright's recently
   • Learn the health hazards associated with the use              • Understand the differences between different               published TMD textbook which will be available for purchase
       of n2O and accepted methods used to reduce                                                                               at the course for a reduced price.
                                                                     types of laser systems and their indications
       exposure to an acceptable level in the dental                 and limitations.                                           OBJECTIVES
       office.                                                                                                                  The course is designed to help dentists more cost
   • recognize special problems associated with the                          PRESENTER                                          effectively obtain maximal therapeutic benefit with their TMD
       use of n2O in children and know the proper                            LINC J. CONN JR., D.D.S., M.P.H.,                  patients. Participants will:
       technique for administering it to them.                               received his D.D.s. from the University of             • Understand which allied health professionals are
   • Become familiar with nitrous oxide equipment,                           Texas Health science Center san antonio                   able to help their TMD patients and when they would
       including tanks, regulators, manifolds and                                                                                      be most beneficial.
                                                                             Dental school in 1988. Dr. Conn graduated
       machines.                                                                                                                    • Learn to identify patients who generally will not
                                                                             with a B.s. in biology from Texas a&M                     respond well to traditional TMD therapy and how that
   • Understand the guidelines for their installation and                    University in 1983. He completed a post-                  can be changed.
       use as issued by the national Fire Protection                         graduate program in General Dentistry                  • Gain new insight of the prevalence of referred pain
       association and the american Dental association.          (aEGD) in 1989. after a private practice associateship,               and the pain interconnection between the teeth,
   • recognize the similarities of n2O sedation and              Dr. Conn took a full time tenure track position in the                masticatory system, and cervical area.
       hypnosis, be familiar with the basic concepts of          Department of General Dentistry and in 1997 was pro-               • Palpate the masticatory and cervical musculature
       hypnosis and its usefulness as an adjunct to              moted to associate Professor with Tenure. Through a                   of a fellow participant.
       n2O sedation.                                             Veterans administration Clinical Dental research                   • Practice mandibular manipulation techniques.
   • administer n2O-O2 inhalation until the participant          Fellowship in 2003, Dr. Conn completed a Masters in                • adjust a splint that a fellow participant brings to
       and the instructor agree all clinical aspects are         Public Health.                                                        the course.
       clearly identified and satisfactorily accomplished.                                                                                     PRESENTER
   • receive n2O-O2 and experience the effects of                He currently is a Group Leader in the predoctoral clini-                      EDWARD F. WRIGHT, D.D.S., M.S., is an
       n2O sedation.                                             cal program at UTHsCsa Dental school teaching both                            assistant professor at the University of
                                                                 3rd and 4th year students in the outpatient clinic. Dr.                       Texas Health science Center–san antonio.
             PRESENTER                                           Conn is a member of several professional organizations                        He completed a 1-year general dentistry
             ERNEST V. VALDEZ, D.D.S., earned his DDs                                                                                          residency, a 2-year TMJ and Craniofacial Pain
             degree from The University of Texas Health
                                                                 including the american Dental association, american
                                                                 Dental Education association, american / international                        Fellowship, and a 2-year TMD research
             science Center at san antonio in 1993. He is an
                                                                 association for Dental research, and Omicron Kappa                            fellowship. He is the Course Director for the
             assistant Professor in the Department of Oral and
             Maxillofacial surgery at The University of Texas    Upsilon. Other honors/awards include: Fellowship in the                       dental school's TMD Course, Occlusion and
             Health science Center at san antonio, Dental        american College of Dentists; Fellow, 2000 summer              TMD Course, Dental anatomy and Occlusion Course, and
             school.                                                                                                            Module Director for their stabilization appliance rotation.
                                                                 institute in Clinical Dental research Methods, University
                                                                                                                                Dr. Wright is the primary author of 24 journal articles, author
                                                                 of Washington; Dental school Teaching award; UTHsC-            of the textbook "Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders,"
TIME                                                             sa Dental school resident Faculty research and                 and Diplomate of the american Board of Orofacial Pain.
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                    Development Program; and a 3M non-tenured
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                                 Faculty award.                                                 TIME
                                                                                                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
LOCATION                                                         TiME                                                           Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
The University of Texas Health science Center                    Check-in & Lunch: D.s. Cafeteria,                              LOCATION
at san antonio, Dental school                                    Private Dining room, 11:30 aM                                  The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                 Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM                            at san antonio, Dental school
TUITION
Dentist: $312.00                                                 LOCaTiOn                                                       TUITION
allied Dental Personnel: $210.00                                 Dental school, Private Dining room in the Cafeteria The        individual: $240.00
                                                                 University of Texas Health science Center at san               CREDIT (Course Code: 128477a)
CREDIT (Course Code: 128475a)                                    antonio (back of Dental school and adjacent to Visitor         aGD Code: 180                              Hours: 7
aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 7                           Parking Lot.)
  IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION                                                                                                       IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION:
                                                                 TUiTiOn                                                         Participants must bring to the course a splint they
 Participants must complete our on-line didactic                 includes Luncheon and Lecture                                   currently provide for their patients or one they would like to learn
 portion of Nitrous Oxide Conscious Sedation as                  individual: $49.50                                              to provide that is fabricated to either their maxillary or mandibu-
 a                                                                                                                               lar arch. The splint may be fabricated from acrylic, soft thermo-
 prerequisite to attending this clinical session at              CrEDiT (Course Code: 127075a)                                   plastic mouthguard material, or any intermediate material
 an additional fee of $247.50. (The course can be                aGD Code: 260                 Hours: 1                          (Flexite, Bruxeze, hard/soft laminated material, etc.). nTi appli-
 found at http://smile.uthscsa.edu) Visit our website                                                                            ances are not recommended and should not be brought.
 and click on Interactive Web Courses. Participants
 must also bring a copy of their CPr certification on                                                                            Participants must also bring a long shank acrylic bur and a
 the day of the course.                                                                                                          long shank #6 or #8 round bur. if he or she brings a splint
           This course will not certify                                                                                          made from soft thermoplastic mouthguard material, the
             allied dental personnel.                                                                                            participant must also bring the cast it was molded over and
                                                                                                                                 an alcohol torch.

18      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                           (210) 567-3177
           OctOber 10                                                          OctOber 10                                                           OctOber 16
                    Lecture Course                                   Longhorn Football Dental study Club                                           Lecture/Participation Course
        Socket Grafting and                                               Beam Me Up Scotty!                                                  The Precision Prosthesis,
     Bone Augmentation Using                                             The Future of Dentistry                                              The Use of Attachments
       Bone Substitutes and                                                JaCK i. sHirLEY, D.D.s.                                                  in Dentistry
          Growth Factors                                                 THOMas W. DaWsOn, D.D.s.                                                  JaMEs T. ELLisOn, C.D.T.
      JOHn P. sCHMiTZ, D.D.s, PH.D.
                                                                 OVERVIEW                                                                OVErViEW
Overview                                                         Dr. shirley and Dr. Dawson will update everyone on the                  This course will be presented in four modules. The first
This course is aimed at General Practitioners interested         world of digital dentistry and get a glimpse of what the                will address the biomechanical considerations of the pre-
in incorporating socket grafting and bone augmentation           future might hold for our profession. They will also be                 cision retained partial denture. it will cover the proper
techniques into their practice. Please note, this course         reviewing how the CErEC has been working in their                       use of intra and extracoronal attachments and include an
is not designed for Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons or           office’s for one year and how the competition (E4D) is                  informative slide series and demonstration documenting
Periodontists. The overall goal of this course will be to        matching up. are we going to get rid of impressions and                 several of the more popular attachment systems.
be to provide knowledge and skills about current con-            do we want to? Dentistry is changing fast so Dr. shirley
cepts of bone augmentation prior to implant placement.           and Dr. Dawson thought it might be fun to try and review                next, the segmenting of fixed bridgework will be present-
Emphasis will be placed on: 1) the biology of socket             and take a look forward. Come and see if it is time to                  ed, including those attachments used with non parallel
repair, 2) an evidence-based review of contemporary              jump on the digital wagon!                                              abutments, and those used in future conversion to
bone substitutes, 3) techniques for socket grafting, 4) a                                                                                removable prostheses. special attention will be given to
review of current growth factors in bone augmentation,           OBJECTIVES                                                              those attachments used with implants.
5) coding and billing, and 6) managing complications.              • review of digital impressions and what the
                                                                     future holds                                                        Thirdly, the overdenture will be considered. This rapidly
OBJECTIVES                                                         • Cerec or E4D or something else                                      growing area of dentistry will be discussed from the bio-
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be            • Voxelogix update (implant support dentures                          mechanical as well as clinical aspect, including slides
able to:                                                             computer generated)                                                 and demonstration of both stud and bar systems. Once
   • Describe the healing process in tooth sockets                 • What's new and exciting                                             again, those attachments that have become popular for
      after tooth extraction.                                                                                                            implant prosthetics will be considered in detail.
   • Be able to adequately diagnose bone defects                              PRESENTERS
      during and after extraction and prior to                                JACK I. SHIRLEY, D.D.S., received his den-                 The fourth module will be a hands-on participation sec-
      implant placement.                                                      tal degree from The University of Texas                    tion where each participant will learn to deal with mis-
   • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of                             Health science Center at san antonio in                    aligned implants in an overdenture application. an inno-
      the contemporary bone substitutes currently on                          1979. He has maintained a private practice                 vative chair side attachment pick up technique will be
      the market.                                                             in san antonio, Texas for over twenty years.               used along with proper attachment maintenance proce-
   • Describe the handling properties of the various                          in addition to his practice, Dr. shirley has               dures.
      bone substitutes used in socket grafting.                               been associated with The Pankey institute
   • Discuss the use of growth factors in                        for advanced Dental Education in Key Biscayne, Florida                  OBJECTiVEs
      bone regeneration.                                         for eighteen years. During much of this time, he has as                   • Why attachments?
   • Describe the billing and coding issues involved             served on the institute’s Visiting Faculty, Board of                      • Case Design – How to choose the correct
      with socket grafting.                                      Trustees. Currently he is the President of the LD Pankey                    attachment for any partial denture or overdenture.
   • Be able to identify dentoalveolar infections and            Dental Foundation, inc., the nonprofit oversight Board of                 • What causes failures and how to avoid them
      manage complications involved with ridge preser-           the Pankey institute.                                                     • Why is it necessary to segment long bridges?
      vation techniques.                                                                                                                   • Why choose an overdenture?
                                                                            THOMAS W. DAWSON, D.D.S., graduated                            • Clinical fabrication procedures
SPECIAL INFORMATION                                                         from the University of Texas Dental Branch                     • Laboratory fabrication procedures
This course is aimed at General Practitioners interested                    in1974 and has maintained a restorative                        • Troubleshooting
in expanding their scope of practice.                                       practice in arlington, Texas for the past 34                   • Maintenance
                                                                            years. He has served as a faculty member                       • How to market and price
             PreSeNTer                                                      with the L.D. Pankey institute since 1982.
             JOHN P. SCHMITZ, D.D.S., Ph.D., received                       He has also been on their Board of                                         PRESENTER
             his D.D.s. degree from Marquette                               Directors and most recently served on the                                  JAMES T. ELLISON, C.D.T., received a
             University and his Ph.D. degree in                  Board of Trustees. Dr. Dawson has also received the                                   Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and an
             Biochemistry from The University of Texas           Master Practitioner award from the University of Texas                                associate’s     Degree       in    Chemical
             Health science Center at san antonio. He            Dental Branch alumni association. He is a member of                                   Technology. He earned the title of Certified
             maintains a private practice in Oral and            the american and Texas Dental associations. He has                                    Dental Technician during 20 years of at-the-
             Maxillofacial surgery with an emphasis on           been the arlington Dental study Club President,                                       bench experience in all phases of dental
implant dentistry and reconstructive surgery in san              Program Chairman, secretary and Treasurer.                                            technology. in addition to a year as Director
antonio, Texas. He is Board Certified in Oral and                                                                                        of Technical services for Belle de st. Claire, he has
Maxillofacial surgery, a Diplomate of the international          TIME                                                                    spent the past twenty-three years with sterngold as the
Congress of Oral implantologists, and is active in the           Check-in: saturday, five hours prior to kick-off                        head of the technical and educational departments and
academy of Osseointegration. Dr. schmitz is an adjunct           Game: Texas vs. Colorado                                                is also in charge of product development.
Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics at The               royal Texas-Memorial stadium (kick-off time TBa)
University of Texas Health science Center at san                                                                                         TIME
antonio involved in the implant study Group nvestigat-           LOCATION                                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
ing new dental implant surfaces and bone substitutes.            Joe C. Thompson Conference Center at                                    Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
Dr. schmitz is the 2004 recipient of the academy of              The University of Texas at austin
Osseointegration research award.                                 26th and red river (next to LBJ Library)                                LOCATION
                                                                 austin, Texas 78713                                                     The University of Texas Health science Center
TiMe                                                             (800) 882-8784                                                          at san antonio, Dental school
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Program, saturday, 9:00 aM-2:00 PM                               TUITION                                                                 TUITION
                                                                 Includes parking and pre-game meal                                      Dentist: $210.00
LOCATiON                                                         individual with game ticket: $245.00                                    Certified Dental Technician: $170.00
The University of Texas Health science Center                    individual without game ticket: $165.00
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                                            CREDIT (Course Code: 128483a)
                                                                 CREDIT (Course Code: 128481a)                                           aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 7
TUiTiON                                                          aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 3
                                                                                                                                          The Dental School thanks Sterngold for its educational grant
Dentist: $380.00                                                                                                                               in support of this continuing education program.
                                                                  SPECIAL FEE INFORMATION
CreDiT (Course Code: 128480a)                                     additional game tickets can be purchased at $80.00
aGD Code 310/690                        Hours: 4                  each. Pre-game meals can be purchased for guests at
                                                                  $15.00 per person.
  The Dental School thanks Osteohealth, Medtronics, and           The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc., Deka Laser Technologies, Nobel
  U.S. Surgical for their educational grant in support of this     Biocare, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health, for their
               continuing education program.                        educational grants in support of this continuing education series.

(210) 567-3177                                                                                                                                            http://smile.uthscsa.edu                 19
      Thank you!                                      OctOber 16                                                     OctOber 16-17
 Thank you for participating in our                             Lecture Course                                             Lecture/Hands-On Course
 continuing dental education courses         Have You Been Sued Yet?                                                    An Introduction to
 during the past year. We appreciate       New Challenges in Risk Management                                           Surgical Implantology
 your support and interest in our den-           and Record Keeping                                                FranK L. HiGGinBOTTOM, D.D.s.,
                                           rOBErT M. anDErTOn, D.D.s., JD, LLM                                      THOMas G. WiLsOn, Jr., D.D.s.
 tal programs. Your patronage allows             JaMEs W. Orr, D.D.s.
 us to provide the highest quality and                                                                         OVERVIEW
 most current education in dentistry. If   OVERVIEW                                                            This two day course emphasizes the integral surgical
                                           This course will include an in-depth discussion of actual           and prosthetic requirements for implant success. The
 you have any suggestions for the          lawsuit cases. This NEW course is approved by the                   course will consist of lectures and hands-on sessions for
 Office    of    Continuing      Dental    Texas State Board of Dental Examinars for techinacl                 implant placement. achieving optimal patient care
 Education or would like further infor-    and/or scientific course credits and can be used                    through treatment planning with the entire dental team
                                           toward relicensure.                                                 will be discussed at length. Discussions will also center
 mation about our schedule, please                                                                             around risk assessment and clinical evaluation of the
 visit us on-line at http://smile.uthsc-   OBJECTIVES                                                          implant site. The didactic portion of the course will focus
 sa.edu or call us at (210) 567-3177.      at the conclusion of the course, participants will learn:
                                              • Jurisprudence and ethics review
                                                                                                               on creating surgical guides for use in dental implant
                                                                                                               surgery, and dental implant placement on educational
 We look forward to seeing you at             • Types of lawsuits affecting the practice of                    models and porcine specimens. Participants should
 future programs.                                dentistry                                                     obtain a comprehensive knowledge base for straight
                                              • Potential sources of all dental lawsuits                       forward surgical implantation. The course is not
                                              • What are the odds of being sued, and are                       intended to establish competency in placing dental
                                                 they increasing                                               implants, and expects participants to already be
     Kenneth D. Rudd                          • new challenges increasing the risk of being sued
                                              • What to do if you are sued
                                                                                                               providing patient treatment.

     continuing Dental education              • Texas sate Board disciplinary actions                          OBJECTIVES
                                              • What to do if you are charged with rule violations             Upon Completion of this course participants will be
          participant Award                   • Keeping dental records that meet TsBDE                         able to:
                                                 requirements and provide malpractice defense                     • Choose the appropriate implant and surgical
 The Kenneth D. Rudd Continuing               • What the future holds                                                treatment plan for implant procedures
                                                                                                                  • Utilize surgical guides in your dental
 Dental Education Participant Award is                   PRESENTERS                                                  implant practice
 bestowed upon participants who                          ROBERT M. ANDERTON, D.D.S., JD, LLM,                     • Clinically evaluate the soft and hard tissue for
                                                         received dental degree from Baylor College                  the implant site
 have attended at least 100 continuing                   of Dentistry in 1961 and JD degree from                  • Define patient selection criteria and risk
 dental education hours of courses                       southern Methodist University school of                     assessment for dental implant surgery
 sponsored by the Office of                              Law. He is a fellow of the aGD, aCLM, iCD,
                                                                                                                            PRESENTERS
                                                         and aCD.
 Continuing Dental Education at The                                                                                         FRANK L. HIGGINBOTTOM, D.D.S.,
 University of Texas Health Science                      JAMES W. ORR, D.D.S., obtained his                                 earned his dental degree from Baylor
                                                                                                                            College of Dentistry. He has practiced
 Center                               at                 dental degree from The University of Texas
                                                                                                                            general and restorative dentistry at Baylor
                                                         Health science Center at Houston Dental
 San Antonio, Dental School. As a                        Branch in 1968. He served on the Texas
                                                                                                                            University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas
 recipient of the Kenneth D. Rudd                        state Board of Dental Examiners, the Texas
                                                                                                                            since 1973. Dr. Higginbottom has lectured
                                                                                                                            both nationally and internationally on
 Award, the participant will receive a                   state Board of radiation Control and as               implant prosthetics, with special attention on a team
 lapel pin and will be eligible to                       Director of the Texas Medicaid Program.               treatment planning approach and his pre-surgical stent
 receive a special discount on selected    TIME
                                                                                                               preparation technique.

 future continuing dental education        Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                   THOMAS G. WILSON, JR., D.D.S.,
                                           Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
 courses presented by the Dental                                                                                           received his D.D.s. degree from the
                                                                                                                           University of Tennessee school of Dentistry
 School. These courses are designated      LOCATION                                                                        in 1971 and his Certificate in Periodontics
 in our regularly published program        The University of Texas Health science Center                                   from the University of Washington Graduate
                                           at san antonio, Dental school
 catalog. Since the inception of the                                                                                       school of Dentistry in 1974. He is a
                                                                                                                           Diplomate of the american Board of
 Kenneth D. Rudd Awards in 1987, the       TUITION                                                             Periodontology. He serves as a Clinical associate
 recipients have been honored at the       Dentist: $210.00
                                           Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
                                                                                                               Professor at the University of Texas at san antonio
                                                                                                               Dental school and Baylor College of Dentistry.
 annual James P. Hollers Memorial          Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
 Lectureship.                              allied Dental Personnel: $125.00                                    TIME
                                           allied Dental Personnel: $125.00 - 20% = $100.00                    Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                           allied Dental Personnel: $125.00 - 15% = $106.00                    Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
 Your patronage to our continuing                                                                              saturday, 8:00 aM–4:00 PM
 dental education courses allows us to     CREDIT (Course Code: 128482a)
                                           aGD Code: 550                 Hours: 7
 continue to recognize his outstanding                                                                         LOCATION
                                                                                                               The University of Texas Health science Center
 contributions.                               Effective September 1, 2008 Rule 104.1,                          at san antonio, Dental school
                                                 licensees may choose to have up
                                               to four (4) hours of risk management-                           TUITION
 In our annual fall catalog, we will add         related coursework (includes risk                             Dentist: $995.00
 an entire list of all of the KDR               management, record keeping, and/or
                                                 ethics courses and the allowance
                                                                                                               Dentist: $995.00 - 20% = $796.00
                                                                                                               Dentist: $995.00 - 15% = $846.00
 participants. We congratulate you all              for self-study hours has been                              allied Dental Personnel: $500.00
 for your efforts as a continuous                       increased to (6) hours.                                allied Dental Personnel: $500.00 - 20% = $400.00
 student and thank you for supporting                                                                          allied Dental Personnel: $500.00 - 15% = $425.00
 our program!                                                                                                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128484a)
                                                                                                               aGD Code: 690                                Hours: 14

                                                               T WO S T E P S AV I N G S                       The Dental School thanks Straumann for their educational grant
                                                                                                                     in support of this continuing education program.
                                                Register before August 18, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
                                               Register before September 17, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.                        T WO S T E P S AV I N G S
                                                                                                                     Register before August 18, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
                                                                                                                    Register before September 17, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
20     http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                            (210) 567-3177
           OctOber 17                                                   OctOber 17
           Lecture/Hands-On Course
          Long Term Success                                      We are currently
            in Endodontics
         aLEX FLEUrY, D.D.s., M.s.                                developing a
OVERVIEW
The lecture segment of this presentation will concentrate       Continuing Dental
on two areas. 1) How to perform Endodontics in a pre-
dictable, reproducible manner, and 2) How to do root
canal therapy in such a manner that you actually
                                                                Education course!
enhance the long-term prognosis of the tooth. The goal
of this program is to have dentists learn how to perform
endodontics in such a way that they can offer their
patients a long-term natural dentition option as an alter-                       Lecture Course
native to implants.                                                                   TBD
                                                                                  TBD, D.D.s.
The hands-on session provides the participants the
opportunity to use “Precision-Based” techniques to            OVERVIEW
“machine a preparation” and obturate canals utilizing the
latest real World Endo technology. Time will be dedicat-
ed to “Preventing the separation of rotary Files”, as well    OBJECTIVES
as, developing safe and efficient techniques. Digital radi-
ography and the use of ultrasonics will also be available     PRESENTER
to course participants.                                       TBD, D.D.S.,
We will deliver “Just the Facts . . . Nothing but
the Facts.”                                                   TIME
                                                              Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
OBJECTIVES                                                    Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
at the completion of this course, participants should
understand:                                                   LOCATION
   • a thorough overview about access, non-surgical           The University of Texas Health science Center
     ultrasonic use                                           at san antonio, Dental school
   • rotary file design
   • instrumentation techniques, and various                  TUITION
     obturation options                                       Dentist: $XXX.XX
   • Developing endodontic synchronicity between a
     machined preparation and a laser verified primary        CREDIT (Course Code: 128488a)
     or single cone                                           aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7
   • Various techniques will be discussed that will
     facilitate the restoration of the endodontically
     treated tooth
   • Participants will have the opportunity to validate
     all these concepts during the hands-on session

             PRESENTER
             ALEX FLEURY, D.D.S., M.S., received his
             dental degree in 1984 from the
             Universidade de são Paulo. Dr. alex Fleury
             received his Masters of science Degree in
             Oral Biology and Certificate in Endodontics
             from the University of Pennsylvania school
             of Dental Medicine. a former assistant
Professor and Director of Predoctoral Endodontics at
nova southeastern University, he currently serves as
assistant Professor of Endodontics at The Baylor
College of Dentistry. Of particular pride is being named
the recipient of the "Edward E. Osetek award" for best
Endodontics Educator of the Year by the american
association of Endodontists.

in addition, Dr. Fleury is honored to have been the
recipient of the "richard F. Weiss achievement award"
presented by the Louis i. Grossman study Club
(University of Pennsylvania). Dr. Fleury currently serves
on the scientific advisory Board for the JOE and as well
serves as the Director of Educational resources
for real World Endo.

TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM

LOCATION
The University of Texas Health science Center
at san antonio, Dental school

TUITION
Dentist: $260.00

CREDIT (Course Code: 128485a)
aGD Code: 070                 Hours: 7
 The Dental School thanks Real World Endo and Brasseler
     USA for their educational grant in support of this
              continuing education program.
(210) 567-3177                                                                                                http://smile.uthscsa.edu   21
          OCTOBER 23                                                    OCTOBER 23                                                      OCTOBER 23
                  Texas Brief aM                                                Texas Brief PM                                                    Lecture Course
                  Lecture Course                                                Lecture Course                              Pediatric Dentistry Update for
          OSHA and Infection                                         HIV/AIDS: Necessary                                      the General Practitioner
            Control Update                                        Information for the Dentist                                      TiMOTHY B. HEnsOn, D.M.D.
     GEZa T. TErEZHaLMY, D.D.s., M.a.                                and the Dental Team                                          CLaUDia i. COnTrEras, D.D.s.
                                                                        aLiCia G. GaLVan, D.D.s.
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                   OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES
infections present a significant hazard in the dental envi-   OVERVIEW                                                     This one-day course will serve as a comprehensive
ronment. although protection of the patient is an obvious     according to recent Center for Disease Control statis-       review of clinical pediatric dentistry. Course participants
priority, oral healthcare personnel are also vulnerable to    tics, there are an estimated 1,039,000 to 1,185,000 per-     will interact with the faculty in an open-forum seminar on
exposure. The intent of this course is to set forth an        sons in the United states living with HiV/aiDs, 24-27%       a variety of pediatric dentistry topics, including the fol-
infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol to minimize       of which are undiagnosed and unaware of their HiV            lowing:
the transmission of infections in the clinical process (for   infection. in many instances the health care profession-
the protection of patients and oral health care personnel                                                                     •   Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
                                                              al who may be credited with helping a patient become            •   infant Examination and anticipatory Guidance
alike) via direct contact with blood, saliva, and other       aware of an HiV/aiDs diagnosis is the dentist, as many
secretions; via indirect contact with contaminated instru-                                                                    •   restorative Dentistry for the Pediatric Patient
                                                              clinical indicators of HiV/aiDs initially manifest orally.      •   Pulp Therapy for the Primary Dentition
ments, operatory equipment, and environmental sur-            Furthermore as new antiretroviral medications emerge,
faces; and via airborne contaminant's, such as droplet                                                                        •   space Maintenance
                                                              the HiV/aiDs patient is now managed as a chronic ill-           •   non-Pharmacologic Behavior Management
spatter and aerosols of infectious body fluids.               ness patient due to an extended lifespan associated with        •   nitrous Oxide analgesia for the Child Patient
                                                              these medications. Dr. Galvan will discuss these topics         •   Local anesthetic Dosage regimens for Pediatric
OBJECTIVES                                                    as well as the dental management of the HiV/aiDs
Participants in this course will be introduced to evi-                                                                            Patients
                                                              patient at different phases of the disease. Participants
dence-based information that will facilitate compliance       will also review potential drug interactions between anti-                  PRESENTERS
with 29 CFr Part 1910.1030, Occupational Exposure to          retrovirals and medications commonly utilized and pre-                      TIMOTHY B. HENSON, D.M.D., graduated
Bloodborne Pathogens, Final rule (Federal register            scribed by dentists.                                                        from the University of Kentucky College of
56(235): 64004-182, 1991 and the implementation of                                                                                        Dentistry in 1983 and completed his
recommendations made by other federal, state, and             OBJECTIVES                                                                  Pediatric Dentistry postdoctoral education
local agencies and professional organizations.                  • History and mechanism of HiV/aiDs                                       at the Medical University of south Carolina
                                                                • Extraoral and intraoral clinical indicators of                          College of Dental Medicine in 1985.
in addition to fulfilling your annual OsHa requirements           HiV/aiDs                                                 Currently he is an assistant Professor and the
upon completion of this course, oral healthcare person-         • Pertinent medical information that is necessary          Postdoctoral Director in the Department of Pediatric
nel should be able to understand the:                             to dentally manage a patient with HiV/aiDs               Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science
•           The rational for and develop and implement          • The impact OF HiV/aiDs on the dental                     Center at san antonio, Dental school. Dr. Henson’s
a practical infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol           community                                                research interests include pre-surgical orthopedics for
appropriate for a particular oral healthcare setting, which                                                                cleft lip/palate infants, as well as a variety of issues relat-
include the following essential elements:                                  PRESENTER                                       ed to special needs and technology-dependent children.
   • Vaccinations                                                          AlLICIA G. GALVAN, D.D.S., received her
   • Personal protective equipment                                                                                                      CLAUDIA I. CONTRERAS, D.D.S.,
                                                                           dental degree from The University of Texas
   • Work practice and engineering controls                                                                                             received her D.D.s. degree from the
                                                                           Health science Center at san antonio,
   • Environmental infection control;                                                                                                   national University of Mexico City, Mexico
                                                                           Dental school in 2002 and completed a
   • Post exposure evaluation and follow-up                                                                                             City, Mexico in 1993. she continued with
                                                                           two- year general practice residency pro-
   • Transmission-based precautions                                                                                                     her postgraduate training as a Preceptor in
                                                                           gram at UTHsCsa and University Hospital.
   • Medical conditions and work restrictions                                                                                           Pediatric Dentistry at The University of
                                                                           Dr. Galvan is currently a Clinical assistant
                                                                                                                                        Texas Health science Center at san
                                                              Professor in the Postdoctoral Division in the Department
             PRESENTER                                                                                                                  antonio in 1999. This was followed by an
                                                              of General Dentistry at the Dental school where she
             GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, D.D.S., M.A.,                                                                             internship in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of
                                                              serves as the Director of advanced Education. she is
             received his D.D.s. degree from Case                                                                          Puerto rico, san Juan, Puerto rico where she attained
                                                              also conducting clinical research at UTHsCsa and the
             Western reserve University in 1971; a B.s.                                                                    her Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry in June, 2004.
                                                              Cancer Therapy and research Center that involves the
             degree from John Carroll University; an                                                                       subsequently, Dr. Contreras completed her training as a
                                                              prevalence of oral candidiasis in oral cancer patients
             M.a. in Higher Education and Human                                                                            Fellow in June, 2005 at The Children’s Hospital &
                                                              receiving concurrent radiation and chemotherapy. a
             Development from The George Washington                                                                        University of Colorado Health science Center in Denver,
                                                              member of the Hospital Dentistry Department at UTH-
             University; and a Certificate in Oral                                                                         Colorado.      she currently serves as an assistant
                                                              sCsa, Dr. Galvan is also a member of the american
Medicine from the national naval Dental Center. Dr.                                                                        Professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at The
                                                              association of Hospital Dentists.
Terézhalmy is certified by the american Board of Oral                                                                      University of Texas Health science Center at san
Medicine and the american Board of Oral and                                                                                antonio.
                                                              TIME
Maxillofacial radiology (Life).                               Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM                           TIME
He is Professor and Dean Emeritus, school of Dental           Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM                             Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Medicine, Case Western reserve University. in addition,
                                                                                                                           Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
he is a Consultant, naval Postgraduate Dental school,         LOCATION
national naval Medical Center.                                The University of Texas Health science Center                LOCATION
                                                              at san antonio, Dental school                                The University of Texas Health science Center
TIME                                                                                                                       at san antonio, Dental school
Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria,: 8:00                               TUITION
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                                                                                          TUITION
                                                              individual: $125.00                                          Dentist: $210.00
                                                              special Discount Fee: $87.50                                 Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
LOCATION                                                      (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
The University of Texas Health science Center                                                                              Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
                                                              receive discount)                                            allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                           allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00
                                                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128490a)                                allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50
TUITION                                                       aGD Code: 750                 Hours: 3
individual: $125.00                                                                                                        CREDIT (Course Code: 128491a)
                                                                                                                           aGD Code: 430                 Hours: 7
CREDIT (Course Code: 128489a)
aGD Code: 148                 Hours: 3


 SPECIAL FEE OFFER                                                                                                                             TWO STEP SAVINGS
 register for the morning program and receive 30% off                                                                              Register before August 26, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
 the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is included for                                                                                 Register before September 25, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
 participants attending both sessions.




22      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                        (210) 567-3177
          OCTOBER 23                                                    OCTOBER 23                                                    OctOber 24
               Texas Brief aM                                              Texas Brief PM
         Lecture/Participation Course                            Lecture Course for Dental Hygienst
                                                              Dentist and Dental assistants are Welcome
                                                                                                                               We are currently
  Conscious Sedation Training
   for the Dental Office Staff                                  Periodontics, Antibiotics and                                   developing a
           ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.                                 Aggressive Periodontitis
OVERVIEW
                                                                 How to Identify and How to Treat
                                                                     riCHarD FinLaYsOn, D.D.s.
                                                                                                                              Continuing Dental
This course is designed to provide sedation specific
training to the dental assistant who participates in
dentistry performed under oral and iV conscious               OVERVIEW                                                        Education course!
sedation. Participation in this hands-on discussion with      This course will review classification of various gingival
role playing will allow the dental assistant to play a more   and periodontal diseases as it relates to clinical diagno-
useful role in patient monitoring, patient recovery and       sis and treatment of aggressive Periodontitis. a review
emergency management.                                         of aggressive Periodontitis as a distinct entity will be                         Lecture Course
                                                              given as well as rationales for treatment of this condition                           TBD
                                                              to include antibiotic therapies as well as novel approach-
OBJECTIVES
                                                              es to oral debridement. antibiotic usage, both systemi-
                                                                                                                                                TBD, D.D.s.
  • airway manipulation through discussion, demon-
    stration and hands-on practice.                           cally and locally for the treatment of periodontal diseases
                                                                                                                            OVERVIEW
  • Use and interpretation of monitors commonly               will be reviewed and indications for both will be dis-
    used in conscious sedation.                               cussed.
  • recognition and initial management of common                                                                            OBJECTIVES
    sedation emergencies.                                     OBJECTIVES
  • iM injection technique.                                     • To be able to classify periodontal and gingival
                                                                                                                            PRESENTER
  • appropriate discharge criteria.                               conditions in accordance with the classification
                                                                                                                            TBD, D.D.S.,
                                                                  system of the aaP Classification of Periodontal
              PRESENTER                                           Diseases and Conditions international Workshop
                                                                                                                            TIME
              ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his                in 1999.
                                                                                                                            Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
              DDs degree from the University of Texas           • To be able to identify and treat all forms of
                                                                                                                            Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
              Health science Center at Houston in 1985.           aggressive Periodontitis.
              in June of 1986, he completed a one year          • To understand when and what antibiotics to use
                                                                                                                            LOCATION
              General Practice residency at The                   in treating susceptible periodontal diseases as
                                                                                                                            The University of Texas Health science Center
              University of Texas Health science Center           well as proper dosages of each.
                                                                                                                            at san antonio, Dental school
              at san antonio. Upon completion of the res-       • To understand the role of antibiotics in
idency, Dr. Luce joined the Department of General                 periodontal therapy as well as their limits.
                                                                                                                            TUITION
Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science                                                                         Dentist: $XXX.XX
Center at san antonio. Currently he is a Clinical                          PRESENTER
associate Professor at the Health science Center, and                      RICHARD FINLAYSON, D.D.S., received
                                                                                                                            CREDIT (Course Code: 128495a)
he also maintains a part time private practice in gener-                   his dental training at the University of Texas
                                                                                                                            aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7
al dentistry in san antonio.                                               Health science Center at Houston, Dental
                                                                           Branch in 1975 and his Periodontics certifi-
His teaching duties include didactic presentations as                      cate from the UsaF Wilford Hall Medical
well as clinical supervision of graduate general dentistry                 Center in 1984. He is a board certified
residents. Dr. Luce served as Head of the Graduate                         periodontist who currently works full time as
Division of the Department of General Dentistry and           a contract periodontist for a number of dentists in san
Program Director for the General Practice residency at        antonio as well as teaching part-time in the advanced
The University of Texas Health science Center at san          Education General Dentistry program at The University
antonio from 1993 to 1999. He also served as the              of Texas Health science Center at san antonio. He
Chairman for the Department of Hospital Dentistry at          served 23 years in the U.s. air Force as both a general
the University Hospital, in san antonio during that same      dentist and periodontist, and has taught in both GPr and
time period.                                                  aEGD programs, military and civilian, for the last twenty
                                                              years.
TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                 TIME
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                             Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM
                                                              Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
LOCATION
The University of Texas Health science Center                 LOCATION
at san antonio, Dental school                                 The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                              at san antonio, Dental school
TUITION
individual: $125.00                                           TUITION
                                                              individual: $125.00
CREDIT (Course Code: 128492a)                                 special Discount Fee: $87.50
aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 3                        (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
                                                              receive discount)

                                                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128494a)
                                                              aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 3
 SPECIAL FEE OFFER
 register for the morning program and receive a 30%
 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is
 included for the participants attending both sessions.



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          OctOber 24                                       OctOber 30                                                   OctOber 30
                                                                  Texas Brief aM                                               Texas Brief PM
   We are currently                                               Lecture Course                                               Lecture Course
                                                       A Spanish Class for                                          A Spanish Class for
    developing a                                         the Dental Office                                            the Dental Office
                                                        Vamos al Dentista                                            Vamos al Dentista
  Continuing Dental                                 (Let’s Go to the Dentist)                                     (Let’s Go to the Dentist)
                                                 Part I: Introduction to Spanish                                 Part II: Dental Terminology
  Education course!                                     MYLEnE MaCKEY, M.s., B.s.                                    MYLEnE MaCKEY, M.s., B.s.
                                                OVERVIEW                                                      OVERVIEW
                                                although there are many excellent spanish books and           This course is designed for members of the dental team
                 Lecture Course                 courses available, this course is designed specifically for   with some knowledge of the spanish language and
                                                members of the dental team. a brief, but intensive            wish to meet the even greater need for its usage. Part
                        TBD                     introduction for beginners on the everyday application of     ii concentrates on dental terminology. Mrs. Mackey will
                   TBD, D.D.s.                  basic spanish grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary          review common vocabulary and standard phrases
                                                will be presented. in addition, Mrs. Mackey will review       related to a dental practice. The material will be based
OVERVIEW                                        simple phrases, which can be commonly used by                 upon the text, Vamos al Dentista, designed to be used
                                                the dental team. The material will be based upon              in a dental office.
                                                the text, Vamos al Dentista, designed to be used in a
OBJECTIVES                                      dental office.                                                OBJECTIVES
                                                                                                                • This course will be a comprehensive review of the
PRESENTER                                       OBJECTIVES                                                        spanish language most commonly used in the
TBD, D.D.S.,                                      • a beginner’s course of the spanish language for               dental office. The participants should already be
                                                    members of the dental team. This course is a                  somewhat familiar with the language.
TIME                                                prerequisite for Part ii.
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                 PRESENTER
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM              PRESENTER                                                     MYLENE MACKEY, M.S., B.S., received her Masters
                                                MYLENE MACKEY, M.S., B.S., received her Masters               degree in mental health counseling from st. Mary’s
LOCATION                                        degree in mental health counseling from st. Mary’s            University, previously earning her Bachelors in theater
The University of Texas Health science Center   University, previously earning her Bachelors in theater       and psychology form Texas a&M. Mrs. Mackey current-
at san antonio, Dental school                   and psychology form Texas a&M. Mrs. Mackey current-           ly works as a Licensed Practicing Counselor.
                                                ly works as a Licensed Practicing Counselor.
TUITION                                                                                                       she has taught spanish for many years including
Dentist: $XXX.XX                                she has taught spanish for many years including offer-        offering private lessons to businesses and individuals.
                                                ing private lessons to businesses and individuals. Mrs.       Mrs. Mackey enjoys translating documents, traveling to
CREDIT (Course Code: 128496a)                   Mackey enjoys translating documents, traveling to             Mexico, yoga, reading and drawing.
aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7          Mexico, yoga, reading and drawing.
                                                                                                              TIME
                                                TIME                                                          Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM
                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 7:30 aM                 Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
                                                Program: Friday, 8:00 aM–12:00 PM
                                                                                                              LOCATION
                                                LOCATION                                                      The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                The University of Texas Health science Center                 at san antonio, Dental school
                                                at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                              TUITION
                                                TUITION                                                       includes text, Vamos al Dentista
                                                includes text, Vamos al Dentista                              individual: $125.00
                                                individual: $125.00                                           special discount fee: $87.50
                                                                                                              (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128497a)                                 receive discount)
                                                aGD Code: 770                 Hours: 4
                                                                                                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128498a)
                                                                                                              aGD Code: 770                 Hours: 3
                                                SPECIAL FEE OFFER
                                                register for the morning program and receive a 30%
                                                discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is
                                                included for the participants attending both sessions.



                                                                    On sale now! Get them while they last.
                                                   &                                       Vamos al Dentista                                                  &
                                                                                          (Let’s Go to the Dentist)
                                                      English to spanish Translations of commonly used terms and phrases in the dental office
                                                                                Birgit Junfin Glass, DDs, Ms, ivan rodriguez, DMD
                                                                                 norma Partida, DDs, & Daniel G arredondo, DDs

                                                  For those on the dental team who wish to communicate with their spanish speaking patients, this pocket size,
                                                          spiral bound book can now be purchased. all authors are from The University of Texas Health
                                                                                       science Center at san antonio.

                                                                  The books are $17.00 each (shipping is included up to 10 books).
                                                             Any order after 10 books will receive a 25% discount plus shipping cost.
                                                              Please contact Continuing Dental Education for questions on discount.

                                                           For questions or to order by phone, please call the Office of Continuing Dental Education at
                                                                 The University of Texas Health science Center at san antonio, (210) 567-3177.



24     http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                 (210) 567-3177
                                    OctOber 30-31                                                                                    OctOber 31
                                                                                                                                           Lecture Course
                         implant surgical/prosthetic                                                                        allied Dental Personnel are invited to attend
                                                                                                                            A Tooth’s Lifeline: Revisiting
                                                                                                                                  the Dental Pulp
                                                                                                                                    DaViD J. CLEMEnT, D.D.s.
                                                                                                                          OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                          all clinical procedures involving the manipulation of
                                                                                                                          dentin (all restorative procedures) have some affect on
                                                                                                                          the dental pulp. This course is designed for practitioners
                                                                                                                          and staff to; 1) understand the effect accumulative pro-
                                                                                                                          cedures have on the pulp, 2) consider the pulp-dentin
                                                                                                                          complex in preventive endodontics 3) aid the diagnosis
                                                                                                                          of pathologic and normal pulpal conditions and 4) under-
                                                                                                                          stand the difficulties of providing root canal therapy
                                                                                                                          when the pulp is acutely and painfully inflamed.

                                                                                                                          Understanding the progressive nature of pulpal (and
                                                                                                                          periapical) pathology is critical to recognizing the signs,
                                                                                                                          symptoms, and etiology of pulpal disease. The clues to
                                                                                                                          potential and urgent endodontic problems are often
                                                                                                                          found by listening to patients. Once understood,
                                                                                                                          diagnostic skills are applicable to emergency endodon-
                                                                                                                          tic diagnosis and therapy. These skills can also improve
                                                                                                                          efficiency and productively in restorative treatment
                                                                                                                          planning. The diagnosis and prognosis of coronal
               Lecture/Particiaption Course                                                                               fractures, including the ‘Cracked Tooth syndrome’, will
                                                                                                                          also be discussed.
 Full-Arch Rehabilitation With the All-on-4™Technique
                                                                                                                          Topics to be Discussed:
              KEn ParrisH, DMD, Ms, PHD                                                                                     • anatomy and Physiology of the Dental Pulp
                                                                                                                            • The ‘Pulp Dentin Complex’
OVERVIEW                                                   TIME                                                             • Physiologic vs. Pathologic dental pain
Many patients are living longer and do not find a          Check-in & Breakfast:                                            • Effect of restorative procedures on the pulp
complete removable denture acceptable. The demand          D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                          • Vital Pulp Therapies
for dental implants is rising exponentially and is now     Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM                               • importance of the ‘Chief Complaint’ in diagnosis
considered the standard of care. The practices that        saturday, 8:00 aM - 12:00 PM                                     • Diagnosis of irreversible acute and Chronic
incorporate less expensive, immediate loading                                                                                  Pulpalgias
techniques will have the ability to offer the patient a    LOCATION                                                         • How to perform routine pulp testing?
great service. Complete rehabilitation of the upper and    The University of Texas                                          • Vitality testing vs. Diagnostic Thermal stimulation
lower jaw can be costly and time consuming. a new          Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school              • What pulp testing results really mean?
technique that has been common in Europe for many                                                                           • Diagnosis and Treatment of Coronal Fractures;
years has crossed the atlantic and is becoming very        TUITION                                                             ‘Cracked Tooth syndrome’
popular in the United states. This system is called the    Dentist: $625.00                                                 • Performing rCT on teeth with Vital Pulps
all-on-4™ because it utilizes only four implants per
arch for an immediate complete full fixed-detachable       CREDIT (Course Code: 128499a)                                  OBJECTIVES
screw retained prosthesis. The prosthesis is similar to    aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 11                        Participants will learn the principles and skills necessary
the Brånemark hybrid denture that was developed years                                                                     for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of patholog-
ago. The system can be used in the maxilla, allowing        The Dental School thanks Nobel Biocare for it’s educational   ic conditions of the vital dental pulp.
you to avoid sinus grafting or in the mandible, to avoid       grants in support of this continuing education series.                  PRESENTER
having to place implants posterior to the symphysis.                                                                                   DAVID J. CLEMENT, D.D.S., received his
The prosthesis can be completed the same day as                                                                                        dental degree from the University of
surgery or the next day to accommodate the lab                                                                                         Minnesota in 1981. Dr. Clement is an
processing time.
                                                               Join us for the                                                         associate Professor and Chair of the
                                                                                                                                       Department of Endodontics at Oklahoma
OBJECTIVES
The participant will learn about:
  • scientific Basis for the all-on-4™
                                                             Notre Dame vs.                                                            University Health science Center, College of
                                                                                                                                       Dentistry, Oklahoma City.
  • Diagnosis and Pre-surgical Planning
  • restorative steps                                       Washington State                                              TIME
                                                                                                                          *Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 7:00 aM
  • restorative Options                                                                                                   Program: saturday, 7:30 aM – 3:30 PM
  • Diagnosis and anatomic requirements
  • surgical armamentarium and implant selection
                                                             football game on                                             LOCATION
                                                                                                                          The University of Texas Health science Center
            PRESENTER                                        October 31, 2009                                             at san antonio, Dental school
            KEN PARRISH, D.M.D., M.S., PH.D., grad-                                                                       TUITION
            uated from the University of Louisville
            school of Dentistry in 1989. He received
                                                            in the Alamodome!                                             Dentist: $210.00
                                                                                                                          allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
            his specialty training at the University of
            iowa in periodontics and also received his       When you register for either                                 CREDIT (Course Code: 128501a)
            Ph.D. in microbiology. Dr. Parrish is certi-                                                                  aGD CODE : 070                Hours: 7
            fied by the american Board of                     one of these programs you
                                                                                                                          *Due to the kick-off at 6:30PM in the Alamodome, we will
Periodontology. Dr. Parrish was an assistant professor
in the Department of Periodontics at the University of
                                                             will be our guest to the game                                be starting our course early in order to finish by 3:30PM.
                                                                                                                          This way you can arrive downtown in plenty of time for
Kentucky College of Dentistry before receiving an            and will be able to purchase                                 the game.
appointment as the Head of the section of Periodontics
at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he was the          additional tickets for $100.00
primary surgeon in the Center for implant Excellence.

                                                             Due to a limited number of tickets, located on
   Are you ready for                                          the Club Level, please let us know if you                     Are you ready for
                                                               do not wish to attend the football game.
 some football and CE                                                                                                     some football and CE
(210) 567-3177                                                                                                                            http://smile.uthscsa.edu               25
          NOVEMBER 6                                                           NOVEMBER 6                                                       NOVEMBER 6-7
                     Lecture Course                                            Lecture/Participation Course                             TsBDE-approved Course for Certification
  Oral Cancer: From Diagnosis                                                   for the Entire Dental Team                                Review Course in Parenteral
        to Management                                                    How a Team Approach to                                            (IV) Conscious Sedation &
        MiCHaELL a. HUBEr, D.D.s.                                        Thorough Dentistry Can                                           Medical Emergencies in the
                                                                        Revolutionize Your Practice                                               Dental Office
OVERVIEW
successful management of the oral cancer patient
                                                                      CHrisTOPHEr J. PErrY, M.s., D.M.D.                                            ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.
requires a multidiscipline effort, in which the dental pro-          Course will have hands-on “breakout” and small group ses-          OVERVIEW
fessional plays a critical role. an estimated 29,000 new             sions for the staff and the doctors. These sessions will focus     The Texas state Board of Dental Examiners (TsBDE)
cases of oral and pharyngeal will be diagnosed this                  on diagnostic tools for doctors and staff as well as hands-on
                                                                                                                                        requires parenteral sedation permit holders to partici-
year, many as a consequence of an oral screening pro-                cases for team diagnosis.
                                                                                                                                        pate in approved continuing dental education every
vided by a dentist. research over the past decade has
                                                                     OVERVIEW                                                           three years to maintain the sedation permit. This must
produced several advances improving the profession’s
                                                                     DOCTORS                                                            take the form of aCLs or an approved sedation review
ability to diagnose, treat, and manage the short and
                                                                     are you tired of having all the pressures of success on your       course. individuals who complete the entire course will
long-term consequences of oral cancer. Ultimately,                   shoulders?                                                         receive a certificate that can be submitted to the TsBDE
however, successful cancer therapy often incurs life-
                                                                                                                                        to document completion of the approved parenteral
long impairments, which may adversely affect the                     TEAMS
                                                                                                                                        sedation course.
patient’s quality of life. as many of the impairments                Do you feel unfulfilled with your role in the practice and your
directly affect the oral cavity, the dentist will be frequent-       responsibilities?
                                                                                                                                        OBJECTIVES
ly called upon to manage many of these impairments
                                                                     This team-focused course will help you find the myriad of            • review the Texas rules and regulations
such as mucositis, xerostomia, increased caries,and
                                                                     opportunities for increased production in your dental prac-            regarding the administration of parenteral
disfigurement. This course will provide a review of the              tice. You don’t need to revamp all of your practice systems            conscious sedation.
most contemporary approaches to manage the oral can-                 to dramatically change the production in your practice. This         • Update the dentist on patient evaluation for the
cer patient, from diagnosis to management.                           lecture will demonstrate how, when we step back and look at
                                                                                                                                            administration of parental conscious sedation.
                                                                     the patient as a whole and try to find the “why” of the situa-
                                                                     tion, we end up doing the best for our patient, which often is       • Update the dentist on monitoring techniques for
OBJECTIVES
                                                                     most productive for the practice. This course is clinically-ori-       parenteral conscious sedation.
  • The participants will learn about:
                                                                     ented and reveals how a team approach to diagnosis and               • Update the dentist on pharmacology relating to
  • Epidemiologic overview
                                                                     treatment planning generates more production than any                  parenteral conscious sedation.
  • Cancer prevention                                                “gadget” or novel practice system. While a myriad of topics          • Update the dentist on the management of
  • Diagnostic/screening modalities                                  on technology will be discussed, from CErEC to Waterlase,              sedation emergencies and common medical
  • Contemporary treatment strategies                                to implants and invisalign, you will learn how your practice,
                                                                                                                                            emergencies.
  • During-treatment care                                            even without these technologies, can generate a minimum of
                                                                     $100,000 more a year through dentistry facilitated by team           • review basic EKG interpretation.
  • after-treatment care
                                                                     support and education.                                               • review airway management techniques useful
                                                                                                                                            in the administration of parenteral conscious
             PRESENTER
                                                                     Dr. Perry will show you a few simple techniques that will              sedation.
             MICHAELL A. HUBER, D.D.S., received                     greatly increase your production per patient and decrease            • review risk management in parenteral conscious
             his dental degree from The University of                your overhead.                                                         sedation.
             Texas Health science Center at san
                                                                                                                                          • satisfy the Texas state Board of Dental
             antonio, Dental school in 1980. He contin-              OBJECTIVES
                                                                     at the completion of this course, participants should                  Examiners requirement for approved continuing
             ued with postgraduate training in Oral
                                                                     understand:                                                            education for the parenteral conscious sedation
             Medicine and Maxillofacial radiology at the
                                                                        • The ideal comprehensive examination                               permit holder.
             national naval Dental Center, Bethesda,
                                                                        • Tools for diagnosis, documentation, and education
Maryland in 1986 and received a Certificate in Oral                     • How to prevent treatment from “falling through                               PRESENTER
Medicine in 1988. Upon his retirement from the United                      the cracks”                                                                 ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his DDs
states navy in 2002, he joined the faculty in the                       • Empowerment of the team and maximization of                                  degree from the University of Texas Health
Department of Dental Diagnostic science at The                             their skills.                                                               science Center at Houston in 1985. in June of
University of Texas Health science Center at san                        • How to find the “why” and turn it into successful,                           1986, he completed a one year General
antonio, Dental school. Dr. Huber is the Head of the                       productive dentistry
                                                                                                                                                       Practice residency at The University of Texas
Division of Oral Medicine.                                              • How to maximize insurance reimbursement and
                                                                           utilize third party-financing                                               Health science Center at san antonio. Upon
                                                                        • How to incorporate CErEC, invisalign, and implants                           completion of the residency, Dr. Luce joined the
TIME                                                                       into the general dental practice                                            Department of General Dentistry at The
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                           • a new, simplified, cost-efficient implant system              University of Texas Health science Center at san antonio.
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                                        • Treatment planning for success                                Currently he is a Clinical associate Professor at the Health
                                                                        • How to run successful staff meetings and huddles              science Center, and he also maintains a part time private
LOCATION                                                                   and leave with checklists for these key interactions         practice in general dentistry in san antonio.
The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                                   PRESENTER                                            His teaching duties include didactic presentations as well as
at san antonio, Dental school                                                      CHRISTOPHER J. PERRY, M.S., D.M.D.,                  clinical supervision of graduate general dentistry residents. Dr.
                                                                                   FAGD, obtained his dental degree from The            Luce served as Head of the Graduate Division of the
TUITION                                                                            University of Medicine and Dentistry of new          Department of General Dentistry and Program Director for the
Dentist: $210.00                                                                   Jersey in 1999. Dr. Perry is the immediate-          General Practice residency at The University of Texas Health
Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                                   Past President of the san antonio academy of
                                                                                                                                        science Center at san antonio from 1993 to 1999. He also
Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                                   General Dentistry. since completing a two
                                                                                   year residency in advanced General Dentistry         served as the Department Chairman for the Department of
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                                                                                        Hospital Dentistry, University Hospital, in san antonio during
                                                                                   at UTHsCsa he has been an assistant clinical
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00                     Professor in the department of General Dentistry. Dr. Perry        that same time period.
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50                     has lectured internationally on topics from practice manage-
                                                                     ment to CErEC and restorative dentistry. as President of           TIME
CREDIT (Course Code: 128502a)                                        Perry Dental Health Consulting, he has consulted with prac-        Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7                               tices around Texas and in the northEast.                           Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                        saturday, 8:00 aM - 4:00 PM
                                                                     TIME
                                                                     Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                     Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                 LOCATION
                                                                                                                                        The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                     LOCATION                                                           at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                     The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                     at san antonio, Dental school                                      TUITION
                   TWO STEP SAVINGS                                  TUITION
                                                                                                                                        Dentist: $470.00
      Register before September 9, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.   Dentist: $210.00
                                                                     individual: $125.00                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128504a)
       Register before October 9, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
                                                                                                                                        aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 14
                                                                     CREDIT (Course Code: 128503a)
                                                                     aGD Code: 550                 Hours: 7                                  The Dental School thanks Criticare Systems, Inc for
                                                                                                                                                  their educational grants in support of this
                                                                                                                                                         continuing education series.

26       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                              (210) 567-3177
          NOvember 7                                                    NOvember 7                                                      NOvember 7
                   Lecture Course                                               Lecture Course                                Longhorn Football Dental study Club
              Treating the                                          Embracing the Latest                                   Clinicopathologic Conference
           Edentulous Patient                                     Technology in 3-d Imaging                                 of Common Oral Conditions
    arTHUr “BUrT” MELTOn, D.D.s.                                   WiLLiaM s. MOOrE, D.D.s., M.s.                                  MiCHaELL a. HUBEr, D.D.s.
                                                              OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                  OVERVIEW
                                                              This course will present the latest information on the
Dr. Melton will provide a comprehensive course in                                                                         With the aid of multiple slides and cases, presented in an
                                                              exciting new advances in cone beam 3D imaging
treating the edentulous patient, presenting the classic,                                                                  interactive case-based discussion format, this course is
                                                              including a review of the basic principles of image
branching and accelerated approaches to traditional                                                                       intended to improve the practitioner’s ability to obtain
                                                              formation and dose, an overview of current machines,
denture restoration. He will also cover the implant                                                                       and interpret the medical history and plan appropriate
                                                              software and technology on the market and a short
restoration of the edentulous patient expanding on the                                                                    treatment modifications to recognize and properly
                                                              course on reading and understanding 3D images. in
topic of implant assisted and supported removable and                                                                     manage common oral conditions.
                                                              addition, attendees will receive a tour and demonstration
fixed restoration.
                                                              of three current cone beam CT machines from
                                                              Planmeca, Belmont and Morita.                               OBJECTIVES
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                Participant questions are strongly encouraged. specific
The problem with edentulism in predicting esthetics and                                                                   topics include, but are not be limited to:
                                                              OBJECTIVES
function, presentation and clinical review of the three                                                                      • allergic reactions
                                                              Participants will be able to:
clinical approaches to complete denture construction:                                                                        • autoimmune disorders
                                                                • Understand the principles of cone beam image
Conventional or “classic” method.                                                                                            • Candidiasis
                                                                    formation, the differences in sensor types, the pro
    • The Branching technique popularized by                                                                                 • Benign oral lesions
                                                                    and cons of different fields of view and how these
       Pound & Turbyfil                                                                                                      • Dry mouth
                                                                    relate to dosage.
    • an accelerated approach - a sophisticated                                                                              • HiV/aiDs
                                                                • Know the different types of cone beam machines
       three appointment method of creating beautiful                                                                        • Oral cancer
                                                                    currently on the market including small volume
       and functional dentures
                                                                    versus large volume machines and dedicated ver-
    • a two-appointment method for creating a                                                                                         PRESENTER
                                                                    sus convertible panoramic/cone beam
       single denture                                                                                                                 MICHAELL A. HUBER, D.D.S., received
                                                                    machines
    • immediate denture fabrication                                                                                                   his dental degree from The University of
                                                                • Understand how cone beam images are
    • surgical solutions for prosthodontic problems                                                                                   Texas Health science Center at san
                                                                    commonly presented, basic viewing techniques
    • implant assisted and supported restorations for                                                                                 antonio, Dental school in 1980.          He
                                                                    and normal anatomy visible in scans.
       the edentulous patient                                                                                                         continued with postgraduate training in Oral
                                                                • Have a basic functional knowledge of current
    • Freestanding implant assisted and supported                                                                                     Medicine and Maxillofacial radiology at the
                                                                    cone beam imaging applications and how they
       restorations                                                                                                                   national naval Dental Center, Bethesda,
                                                                    can benefit their practice for including:
    • Bar retained overdentures - the many variations                                                                     Maryland in 1986 and received a Certificate in Oral
                                                                             a. implant imaging
    • Matrix assisted secondary casting                                                                                   Medicine in 1988. Upon his retirement from the United
                                                                             b. Medical modeling and image guided
    • Metal ceramic full arch restoration                                                                                 states navy in 2002, Dr. Huber joined the faculty as an
                                                                                 surgical stents
                                                                             c. Orthodontics and cephalometric            assistant Professor in the Division of Oral Medicine,
Financial issues                                                                                                          Department of Dental Diagnostic science at The
                                                                                 image generation
Fee determination, insurance, and patient acceptance                                                                      University of Texas Health science Center at san
                                                                             d. 3rd molar evaluation
of treatment.                                                                                                             antonio, Dental school.
                                                                             e. Endodontics
                                                                             f. 3rd party software from nobel™
             PRESENTER                                                                                                    TIME
                                                                                biocare, simplant™ and Dolphin™
             ARTHUR “BURT” MELTON, D.D.S., prac-                                                                          Check-in: saturday, five hours prior to kick-off
                                                                                imaging
             tices as a specialist in Prosthodontics and                                                                  Game: Texas vs. Central Florida
                                                                • Demonstrate hands on experience with three
             implant dentistry in albuquerque and sante                                                                   royal Texas-Memorial stadium (kick-off time TBa)
                                                                    different types of cone beam machines from
             Fe, new Mexico. He is a member of the
                                                                    Planmeca, Morita and Belmont.
             american College of Prosthodontics, the                                                                      LOCATION
             american academy of implant Dentistry,                                                                       Joe C. Thompson Conference Center at
                                                                           PRESENTER
             and the southwest academy of restorative                                                                     The University of Texas at austin
                                                                           WILLIAM S. MOORE, D.D.S., M.S.,
Dentistry. Dr. Melton is a Diplomate of the international                                                                 26th and red river (next to LBJ Library)
                                                                           received his dental degree from the UCLa
Congress of Oral implantologists, a diplomate of the                                                                      austin, Texas 78713
                                                                           school of Dentistry in 1978.         Upon
american Board of Oral implantology/implant Dentistry,                                                                    (800) 882-8784
                                                                           graduation, he joined the United states air
and a fellow of the academy of Dentistry international.
                                                                           Force, completing a two year residency
                                                                           program in advanced General Dentistry at       TUITION
TIME                                                                                                                      Includes parking and pre-game meal
                                                                           Wilford Hall Medical Center in san antonio,
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 7:30 aM                                                                             individual with game ticket: $235.00
                                                              Texas in 1984. in 1996 he completed the residency
Program: saturday, 8:00 aM - 4:00 PM                                                                                      individual without game ticket: $165.00
                                                              program in Oral and Maxillofacial radiology at The
                                                              University of Texas Health science Center at san
LOCATION                                                                                                                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128509a)
                                                              antonio and received his Master’s degree in Dental
The University of Texas Health science Center                                                                             aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 3
                                                              Diagnostic science in 1997 Maxillofacial radiology.
at san antonio, Dental school
                                                              Dr. Moore is currently assistant Professor and Head of
                                                              the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial radiology at The      SPECIAL FEE INFORMATION
TUITION
                                                              University of Texas Health science Center at san             additional game tickets can be purchased at $70.00
Dentist: $210.00
                                                              antonio, Dental school where he manages the largest          each. Pre-game meals can be purchased for guests
KDr award Dentist: $189.00
                                                              dental radiology service in the country.                     at $15.00 per person.
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00
                                                              TIME                                                         The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc., Deka Laser Technologies, Nobel
                                                              Check-in and Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM               Biocare, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health, for their
CREDIT (Course Code: 128506a)
                                                              Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                               educational grants in support of this continuing education series.
aGD Code: 670/690             Hours: 7

   The Dental School thanks Neoss Inc, for it’s educational   LOCATION
    grants in support of this continuing education series.    The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                              at san antonio, Dental school

                                                                                                       W
                                                              TUITION
                                                                                                     NE RSE
                                                                                                       U
                                                              Dentist: $210.00
                               N                              allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
                                                                                                    CO
                             CO EW
                               URS                            CREDIT (Course Code: 128507a)
                                                              aGD Code: 138                Hours: 7
                                   E                                  The Dental School thanks ImageDent for its
                                                                          educational grant in support of this
                                                                            continuing education program.

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                              The 26th Annual James P. Hollers
                                   Memorial Lectureship


                             As we honor Dr. James P. Hollers at the                 after the building was com-
                             26th Annual Lectureship, we commemo-                    pleted but the Acting Dean
                             rate his memory as a Texan with vision,                 of the School, Dr. Victor
                             numerous civic and military achievements,               Olson, who was also Dean
                             and as a dentist of national stature, having            of The University of Texas
                             held the post of President of the American              Health Science Center at
                             Dental Association. In celebrating his                  Houston, Dental Branch,
                             memory, we have invited another                         obtained enough addition-
                             prominent lecturer, Dr. Stanley F. Malamed              al funding from the
                             to San Antonio to present pertinent clinical            Legislature to open the
                             and relevant information at the 26th                    School in the fall of 1970
                                                                                                                 Dr. Hollers shows Governor John Connally site for the
                             Annual Hollers Lectureship.                             in a temporary facility.    Medical School (courtesy the Institute of Texan Culture)
                                                                                               Dr. Billy Rigsby
James P. Hollers, D.D.S.
                                                                                     came to San Antonio from Houston with Dr. Victor Olson and
          One of the turning point events in the long history of San                 was in on the ground floor of planning in 1970. Drs. Olson, Rigsby,
Antonio took place on June 5, 1969 in front of the Alamo under the                   and many other faculty members who signed on in the first year
blazing South Texas sun. Preston Smith, Governor of Texas, signed                    worked round the clock to blue print the facility and ensure it was
the legislative bill that authorized the construction of the Dental                  state-of-the-art.
School in San Antonio as well as the Nursing School and The
University of Texas at San Antonio. Proudly looking on, just over
Governor Smith's shoulder, was Dr. Jim Hollers, who on that day
                                                                                                                    Dr. Kenneth D. Rudd
saw his twenty year campaign to bring not only a Dental School, but                                                 Continuing Education
also an entire Medical Center Complex to San Antonio, transformed
from dream to reality.                                                                                              Participant Award…
          Without a doubt, the history of Medical Education in
South Texas and what we now know as the South Texas Medical                                                       Dr. Kenneth D. Rudd is a Professor
Center is intertwined with the history of Dr. Jim Hollers. If it's true                                           Emeritus in the Department of
that every great enterprise requires the right person, in the right                                               Prosthodontics, and the former Associate
place, at the right time…then Dr. Jim Hollers was the right person,                                               Dean for Continuing Dental Education at
in the right place, at the right time for San Antonio.                                                            The University of Texas Health Science
                                                                                       Kenneth D. Rudd, D.D.S.    Center at San Antonio, Dental School.
                                                  All the hard work paid off.                                     He is an internationally renowned
                                                  When the 1969 Texas                  prosthodontist and is recognized for his leadership in numerous
                                                  Legislature met in January,          dental organizations. Dr. Rudd has dedicated more than 50 years
                                                  there was little doubt that San      to the field of dentistry. He continues his involvement in dentistry
                                                  Antonio would emerge with a          and is currently working on specifications for dental materials for
                                                  Dental School. And the third         the American National Standards Institute/ADA.
                                                  piece of Dr. Hollers' dream fell                Your patronage to our continuing dental education
                                                  into place just a few months         courses allows us to continue to recognize his outstanding
                                                  later in the Alamo Plaza as he       contributions.
Governor Preston Smith signs bill authorizing the
Dental School in San Antonio. (courtesy UTHSCSA) stood behind Preston Smith,
watching the Governor sign the authorization.
             Planning for the Dental School moved ahead quickly,
assisted in no small measure by the availability of millions of dollars
of construction funds from the Department of Health Education
and Welfare who agreed to pay two-thirds of the costs of the new
building. The original plan was to enroll the first Dental School class



28     http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                    (210) 567-3177
                           Please join us as we celebrate our
                   26th Annual James P. Hollers Memorial Lectureship
                                                     Lecture Course
                                Emergency Medicine in Dentistry by Dr. Stanley F. Malamed
                                                  November 13, 2009
OVERVIEW                                                                                          Malamed joined the faculty of the University
Life-threatening emergencies can occur anytime, any-where and to anyone. Such                     of Southern California School of Dentistry, in           While you’re here you
situations are somewhat more likely to occur within the confines of the dental office             Los Angeles, where today he is Professor of Anesthesia    can stay at the…
due to the increased level of stress which is so often present. In this course Dr.                & Medicine. Dr. Malamed is a Diplomate of
Malamed will discuss the areas which are considered vital to a proper understanding               the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology, as well     Springhill SuiteS
of emergency medicine: prevention, preparation, and recognition and management.                   as a recipient of the Heidebrink Award [1996] from
                                                                                                                                                           by Marriott
                                                                                                  the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and
This will include a discussion of preparation involving the office and staff and includes         the Horace Wells Award from the International            San Antonio
a thorough review of the office emergency kit (drugs and equipment). Additionally, it             Federation of Dental Anesthesia Societies, 1997          Crossroads
will include the recognition and management of specific emergency situations and                  (IFDAS).                                                 3636 NW Loop 410
includes the management of unconsciousness, respiratory distress, seizures, drug-relat-
ed emergencies, and chest pain. This course is designed for all members of the dental             Doctor Malamed has authored more than 120
                                                                                                                                                           San Antonio, Texas
office staff, not just the doctor and chairside personnel. Situations discussed here can          scientific papers and 16 chapters in various medical     78201
happen outside of the dental environment as well as in the office.                                and dental journals and textbooks in the areas of        ph: 210.737.6086
EVERYONE SHOULD BE PREPARED!                                                                      physical evaluation, emergency medicine, local           fax: 210.737.6170
                                                                                                  anesthesia, sedation and general anesthesia.
 It is strongly recommended that ALL members of the dental office staff attend this program.
                                                                                                  TIME                                                     Marriott.com/SATNL
OUTLINE                                                                                           Check-in and Beverage Service: 7:30 AM                   Rates:
Introduction                                                                                      Exhibit Hall Opens at 7:30 AM                            Single/Double: $85
Prevention of medical emergencies                                                                 Program: Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Preparation for medical emergencies:                                                                                                                       The cut off date is
    • Office staff                                                                                LOCATION                                                 November 3, 2009
    • Emergency drugs and equipment                                                               Norris Conference Centers                                For special rates,
General principles                                                                                Balcones Heights                                         Indicate
Drug related emergencies:                                                                         Crossroads Mall (next to Target)
    • Allergy                                                                                     4522 Fredericksburg Road
                                                                                                                                                           The University of Texas
    • Chest pain                                                                                  San Antonio, Texas 78201                                 Health Science Center
    • Respiratory distress                                                                        ph: 210.738.0040                                         at San Antonio.
    • Seizures                                                                                    fax: 210.738.0042
    • Altered consciousness                                                                       www.norriscenters.com
    • Unconsciousness
                                                                                                  TUITION
OBJECTIVES                                                                                        Individual: $180.00
Upon completion of this course the enrollee should be able to:                                    Individual: $180.00 - 20% = $144.00
• Describe the basic management protocol for medical emergencies                                  Individual: $180.00 - 15% = $153.00
• List and describe the indications for the 7 basic emergency drugs                               Don’t forget to order your copy of
• Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of altered consciousness                               “A Man of Works: The Life of James Porter Hollers” $35.00
• Describe the management of altered consciousness
• Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of respiratory distress                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128510A)
• Describe the management of respiratory distress                                                 AGD Code: 142                 Hours: 7
• Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of allergic reactions
• Describe the management of allergic reactions
• Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of 'chest pain'
• Describe the management of chest 'pain'
                                                                                                                       TWO STEP SAVINGS
                                                                                                   Register before September 15, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
            PRESENTER                                                                               Register before October 15, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
            STANLEY F. MALAMED, D.D.S., graduated from the New York
            University College of Dentistry in 1969. He then completed a dental
            internship and residency in anesthesiology at Montefiore Hospital and                          The Dental School thanks Bisco, Deka Lasers, Nobel Biocare, and
            Medical Center in the Bronx, New York before serving for 2 years in the                          P&G Professional Oral Health for their educational grants in
            U.S. Army Dental Corps at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. In 1973, Doctor                                             support of this continuing education series.

Honor Roll of Distinguished Lectures
November 2, 1984             Claude L. Nabers, DDS, MSD         November 11, 1994              Peter E. Dawson, DDS             November 18, 2005          Marjorie K. Jeffcoat, DMD
October 25, 1985             Kamal Asgar, PhD                   October 21, 1995               Ronald E. Goldstein, DDS         November 17, 2006          Dan Nathanson, DMD, MPH
November 7, 1986             William O. Morris, LLB, JD         October 25, 1996               John C. Kois, DMD, MSD           November 16, 2007          Gerard Kugel, DMD, MS, PhD
October 23, 1987             Earl Estep, DDS                    November 7, 1997               Robert G. Schallhorn, DDS, MS    November 14, 2008          Vincent G. Kokich, D.D.S.,
October 21, 1988             Robert B. Shira, DDS,, DSc         November 6, 1998               Stanley F. Malamed, DDS                                     M.S.D.
October 20, 1989             Terry T. Tanaka, DDS               October 29, 1999               Cathy Jameson, MS, PhD           Honor Roll of Special Guest Speakers
October 26, 1990             Ralph W. Phillips, MS, DSc         November 17, 2000              Robert J. Gorlin, DDS, MS, DSc
October 25, 1991             Per Ingvar Branemark, MD, PhD      September 21, 2001             Michael B. Miller, DDS           October 25, 1991           Stephen M. Parel, DDS
October 9, 1992              Sigurd P. Ramford, LDS, PhD        November 22. 2002              Joseph J. Massad, DDS            October 25, 1991           R. Gilbert Triplett, DDS
October 22, 1993             Gordon J. Christensen, DDS,        November 21, 2003              Terry T. Tanaka, DDS             November 17, 2000          Geza T. Terezhalmy, DDS, MA
                             MSD, PhD                           November 19, 2004              Howard Farran, DDS, MBA


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        NOVEMBER 20                                                     NOVEMBER 20                                    NOVEMBER 21
            Lecture/Participation Course
              Endodontics 101                                      We are currently                                We are currently
nOaH CHiVian, F.a.C.D., F.i.C.D., D.D.s.
OVERVIEW
                                                                    developing a                                    developing a
The key to successful Endodontics is a grasp of the
basic principles of treatment, microbial control, cleaning        Continuing Dental                               Continuing Dental
& shaping and seal of the canal system. EnDO 101
presents a philosophy of treatment grounded in these
principles and coupled with over forty-five years of
                                                                  Education course!                               Education course!
clinical experience
Today’s technological advances are integrated with the
basic tenants of treatment to achieve Endodontic
success with more ease, decreased stress, in less time                             Lecture Course                                Lecture Course
and with greater consistency of favorable results.                                      TBD                                            TBD
This presentation is designed to introduce you to the                               TBD, D.D.s.                                    TBD, D.D.s.
newest & most effective and safe cleaning, shaping, and
obturation technology available. You will be given the          OVERVIEW                                        OVERVIEW
"nuts and bolts" for a crown down technique using
sybron K-3 & the newest innovation in nickel titanium
rotary instrumentation, the TF File. You will be able to fill   OBJECTIVES                                      OBJECTIVES
canals with realseal, a polymer based bonded root
canal filling material with the vertical condensation.          PRESENTER                                       PRESENTER
Down packing and back filling will be accomplished with         TBD, D.D.S.,                                    TBD, D.D.S.,
the all in one Elements Obturation Unit.
                                                                TIME                                            TIME
Finally you will be introduced to realseal 1 the bonded         Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM   Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
obturator, the next generation in carrier based delivery        Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM
systems.
                                                                LOCATION                                        LOCATION
                                                                The University of Texas Health science Center   The University of Texas Health science Center
OBJECTIVES
                                                                at san antonio, Dental school                   at san antonio, Dental school
The participant will learn about:

             PRESENTER                                          TUITION                                         TUITION
             NOAH CHIVIAN, F.A.C.D., F.I.C.D., D.D.S.,          Dentist: $XXX.XX                                Dentist: $XXX.XX
             earned his dental degree from the
             University of Pennsylvania school of               CREDIT (Course Code: 128513a)                   CREDIT (Course Code: 128515a)
             Dentistry in 1959 and later completed his          aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7          aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7
             graduate endodontics program at Temple
             University's school of Dentistry. He was a
             research-Teaching Fellow in Endodontics
and received his certificate in Endodontics from Temple
University school of Dentistry. He is a member of
Omicron Kappa Upsilon, a Fellow of the american and
international Colleges of Dentistry, a Fellow of the
american association of Endodontists, a Diplomate of
the american Board of Endodontics, an honorary mem-
ber of the societe Francaise d’Endodontie, and a recip-
ient of the Warren T. Wakaii award from the Japanese
Endodontic association. Dr. Chivian received the alumni
award of Merit from the University of Pennsylvania
school of Dental Medicine, the Edgar D Coolidge award
from the american association of Endodontists and the
Presidential service award from The new Jersey
Dental association.

TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM

LOCATION
The University of Texas Health science Center
at san antonio, Dental school

TUITION
Dentist: $270.00

CREDIT (Course Code: 128512a)
aGD CODE : 070                Hours: 7

     The Dental School thanks SYBRON ENDO for it’s
      educational grant in support of this continuing
                    education program.




30      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                  (210) 567-3177
        NOvember 21                                                     NOvember 21                                                            December 3-5
  Lecture Course for the General Dentist                        Longhorn Football Dental study Club                                 academic Outreach in Carlsbad, California
           and the Dental Team                                   Immediate Placement,                                                     Lecture/Hands-On Course
          Oral Surgery for the                                 Restoration and Function of                                                 Advanced Course in
            General Dentist                                         Dental Implants                                                     Dental Implantology at the
 GrEGOrY K. sPaCKMan, D.D.s., M.B.a.                           aLFOnsO MOnarrEs, D.D.s., M.s.                                               Zimmer Institute
OVERVIEW                                                    OVERVIEW                                                                OVERVIEW
This course will review a variety of topics pertinent to                                                                            This course is designed to give dentists an intensive and




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                                                            advances in contemporary implant dentistry, materials,
outpatient oral surgery which are relevant to the dentist   designs and techniques allow clinicians to significantly                comprehensive, hands-on experience in implant den-
and the dental team. Dr. spackman will discuss topics       shorten treatment times for those patients requiring the                tistry. The program will be held in Carlsbad, California at




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on patient evaluation, record keeping, and risk             replacement of one or all of their teeth. The different                 the new state-of-the-art Zimmer institute.
management in addition to the various aspects of            treatment modalities available provide immediate and
surgical techniques and procedures.                                                                                                 The institute is all about training with its sophisticated
                                                            predictable aesthetic and functional results when                       labs, audiovisual equipment and lecture facilities with
                                                            fundamental concepts are applied to ideal patients. This                advanced and realistic patient treatment mannequins.
OBJECTIVES                                                  lecture will provide the diagnostic, surgical and
The participant will learn about:                                                                                                   Participants are encouraged to bring models and x-rays
                                                            prosthetic guidelines for the immediate placement,                      of cases that they would like reviewed during a treat-
  • Patient evaluation                                      restoration and loading of dental implants.
  • record keeping                                                                                                                  ment planning session.
  • risk management                                         OBJECTIVES                                                              OBJECTIVES
  • Local anesthesia                                        The attendees to the lecture will be able to understand                   • Develop treatment planning skills, rationale, and




                                                                                                                                                                8-10
  • armament                                                the following concepts and techniques:                                      scientific basis for the clinical practice of simple
  • Preoperative evaluation for extractions                    • immediate implant Placement                                            and complex implant cases.
  • Flap design                                                • immediate implant Provisional restoration                            • Become adept at implant placement and soft tis-
  • routine and difficult extractions                          • immediate loading of dental implants                                   sue handling.
  • Third molar evaluation and surgery                         • Final implant restoration of the single tooth,                       • Gain experience with the latest implant surgery
  • Biopsy technique                                              multiple teeth and complete arches.                                   and prosthetic implant instrumentation.
  • Minor preprosthetic surgery                                                                                                       • Gain surgical knowledge and hands-on training in
  • Complications                                                        PRESENTER                                                      immediate load, extraction and immediate implant
  • Emergencies                                                          ALFONSO MONARRES, D.D.S., M.S.,                                placement, socket preservation techniques, block
                                                                         received his DDs degree from The UaC in                        grafts, sinus lifting, cancellous grafting and mem-




                                                                                                                                                           PRIL
            PRESENTER                                                    Torreon, Mexico. He then completed a                           brane techniques.
            GREGORY K. SPACKMAN, D.D.S.,                                 three-year post-doctoral      program in                     • Learn and perform prosthodontic procedures on
            M.B.A., received his dental degree from                      Prosthodontics, a one year Fellowship in                       advanced mannequin models with single unit,
            the University of nebraska College of                        implant Dentistry and earned his Master of                     multiple unit, and edentulous scenarios in a
            Dentistry in 1977, subsequently continuing                   science degree in Biomaterials at the                          hands-on environment.
            his training in Oral and Maxillofacial          school of Dental Medicine of the state University of new
            surgery at the Mayo Graduate school of          York at Buffalo (UB).                                                   PRESENTERS
            Medicine at the Mayo Clinic where he was                                                                                COL (RET) WENDELL A. EDGIN, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.,
awarded a Certificate in 1980. Dr. spackman earned          Dr. Monarres was a Clinical instructor in Fixed and                     obtained his DDs degree from the University of Texas




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his MBa degree from Washington University in 1987.          removable Prosthodontics at UB school of Dental                         Health science Center at Houston in 1980.
He is currently an associate Professor in the               Medicine. He is a Clinical associate Professor of the
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at The                                                                                 BRIAN L. MEALEY, D.D.S., M.S., received his dental
                                                            department of Prosthodontics at The University of Texas                 degree from The University of Texas Health science
University of Texas Health science Center at san            Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school
antonio, Dental school.                                                                                                             Center at san antonio, Dental school in 1983.
                                                            and maintains a private practice limited to implant,
                                                            Esthetic and Prosthetic Dentistry.                                      IVY S. SCHWARTZ, D.D.S., M.S.Ed., earned her DDs
Dr. spackman serves as the Predoctoral Director in the
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at                                                                                     degree from the University of Texas Health science
                                                            TIME                                                                    Center at san antonio in 1982.
the Dental school. He is also active in the Clinical        Check-in: saturday, five hours prior to kick-off
Faculty Practice and serves on the Faculty Practice         Game: Texas vs. Kansas                                                  ALFONSO MONARRES, D.D.S., received his DDs
advisory Board.                                             royal Texas-Memorial stadium (kick-off time TBa)                        degree from The UaC in Torreon, Mexico.
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TIME                                                                                                                                TIME
                                                            LOCATION
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                       Check-in, receive materials and scrubs: Wednesday,
                                                            Joe C. Thompson Conference Center at
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                                                                                8:30 PM – 9:30 PM, Carlsbad inn
                                                            The University of Texas at austin
                                                                                                                                    For reservations: 800-235-3939 or 760-434-7020
                                                            26th and red river (next to LBJ Library)
LOCATION                                                                                                                            Program: Thursday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
                                                            austin, Texas 78713
The University of Texas Health science Center                                                                                       Friday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
                                                            (800) 882-8784
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                                       saturday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                    all sessions have working lunches
                                                            TUITION
                                                                                                                                           TPO


TUITION                                                     Includes parking and pre-game meal                                      LOCATION
Dentist: $210.00                                            individual with game ticket: $245.00                                    The Zimmer institute
KDr award Dentist: $189.00                                  individual without game ticket: $165.00                                 Carlsbad, California (just north of san Diego)
allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128517a)                                           TUITION
                                                            aGD Code: 690/693/695         Hours: 3                                  Dentist: $2000
CREDIT (Course Code: 128516a)                                                                                                       Dentist: $2000 - 20% = $1600
aGD Code: 310                 Hours: 7                                                                                              Dentist: $2000 - 15% = $1700
                                                                                                                                      POS




                                                             SPECIAL FEE INFORMATION                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128789a)
                                                             additional game tickets can be purchased at $80.00                     aGD Code 690                  Hours 21
                                                             each. Pre-game meals can be purchased for guests                       The Dental School thanks Zimmer for their educational grant
                                                             at $15.00 per person.                                                       in support of this continuing education program.

                                                             The Dental School thanks Bisco, Inc., Deka Laser Technologies, Nobel
                                                              Biocare, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health, for their
                                                               educational grants in support of this continuing education series.
                                                                                                                                                       TWO STEP SAVINGS
                                                                                                                                          Register before November 30, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
                                                                                                                                          Register before December 30, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.




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            December 4                                      December 4                                                  December 4
                                                                                                                        December 4
                                                                   Texas Brief aM                                              Texas Brief PM
                                                                   Lecture Course                                              Lecture Course
                                                    “Lawsuits, Dental Board                                          LAST CHANCE:
         We are currently                                                                                     Annual OSHA Training Course
                                                 Investigations, and Other Bad
     developing an Continuing                                                                                   GEZa T. TErEZHaLMY, D.D.s., M.a.
                                                    Things That Can Happen
     Dental Education course                         to a Dental Practice!”                                  OVERVIEW
                                                   How to Avoid These Setbacks in                            infections present a significant hazard in the dental envi-
                                                                                                             ronment. although protection of the patient is an obvious
                                                         Your Dental Office.                                 priority, oral healthcare personnel are also
                                                 EDWarD P. “JOE” WaLLEr, D.D.s, J.D.                         vulnerable to exposure. The intent of this course is to set
                   Lecture Course                                                                            forth an infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol to
                                                OVERVIEW                                                     minimize the transmission of infections in the clinical
                        TBD                     Effective September 1, 2008 Rule 104.1, licensees            process (for the protection of patients and oral health
                    TBD, D.D.s.                 may choose to have up to four (4) hours of risk              care personnel alike) via direct contact with blood,
                                                management-related            coursework        (includes    saliva, and other secretions; via indirect contact with
OVERVIEW                                        risk management, record keeping, and/or ethics               contaminated instruments, operatory equipment, and
                                                courses and the allowance for self-study hours has           environmental surfaces; and via airborne contaminant's,
                                                been increased to (6) hours.This course is designed to       such as droplet spatter and aerosols of infectious
OBJECTIVES                                      assist the dental practitioner in minimizing their chances   body fluids.
                                                of a lawsuit or Dental Board investigation through the
PRESENTER                                       use of effective risk management techniques.                 OBJECTIVES
TBD, D.D.S.,                                                                                                 Participants in this course will be introduced
                                                OBJECTIVES                                                   to evidence-based information that will facilitate
TIME                                              • Learn the top three reasons dental offices are at        compliance with 29 CFr Part 1910.1030, Occupational
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM       risk for lawsuits.                                       Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, Final rule (Federal
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                  • Understand how the utilization of risk manage-           register 56(235): 64004-182, 1991 and the implemen-
                                                    ment techniques can dramatically decrease the            tation of recommendations made by other federal, state,
LOCATION                                            risk of a lawsuit.                                       and local agencies and professional organizations.
The University of Texas Health science Center     • Be able to identify issues in your own practice
at san antonio, Dental school                       which will reduce the risk of a Dental Board             in addition to fulfilling your annual OsHa requirements
                                                    investigation.                                           upon completion of this course, oral healthcare
TUITION                                           • identify the essential elements which must be in         personnel should be able to:
Dentist: $XXX.XX                                    every dental record to allow you to comply with             • Understand the rational for the need for an
                                                    Dental Board rules.                                           infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol.
CREDIT (Course Code: 128519a)                     • Learn the steps which must be taken to increase             • Develop and implement an practical infection
aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7              your chances of a favorable outcome in a Dental               Control/Exposure Control Protocol appropriate for
                                                    Board investigation.                                          a particular oral healthcare setting, which include
                                                  • Understand the documentation issues which can                 the following essential elements:
                                                    reduce your exposure from investigations by                 • Education and training; standard precautions
                                                    other state and Federal agencies.                             Vaccinations
                                                                                                                • Personal protective equipment; Work practice
                                                            PRESENTER                                             and engineering controls
                                                            EDWARD P. “JOE” WALLER, JR., D.D.S.,                • Environmental infection control; Post exposure
                                                            J.D., received his dental degree from st.             evaluation and follow-up
                                                            Louis University school of Dentistry in 1969        • Medical records; Medical conditions and work
                                                            and his law degree from st. Mary’s                    restrictions
                                                            University school of Law in 1990. He is an
                                                            attorney with the law firm of Brin & Brin in                  PRESENTER
                                                            san antonio, Texas. His practice is focused                   GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, D.D.S., M.A.,
                                                on the defense of hospitals, physicians, and dentists in                  received his D.D.s. degree from Case
                                                medical and dental malpractice lawsuits. Dr. Waller also                  Western reserve University in 1971,
                                                frequently represents dentists in investigations and                      continuing with his postgraduate training
                                                hearings before the state Board of Dental Examiners.                      from 1975 to 1977 and obtaining a
                                                                                                                          Certificate in Oral Medicine from the
                                                TIME                                                                      national naval Dental Center.
                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                            TIME
                                                                                                             Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria,: 12:30 PM
                                                LOCATION                                                     Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
                                                The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                at san antonio, Dental school                                LOCATION
                                                                                                             The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                TUITION                                                      at san antonio, Dental school
                                                Dentist: $125.00
                                                                                                             TUITION
                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128520a)                                individual: $125.00
                                                aGD Code: 550                 Hours: 3                       special Discount Fee: $87.50
                                                                                                             (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
                                                 SPECIAL FEE OFFER                                           receive discount)
                                                 register for the morning program and receive a 30%
                                                 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is             CREDIT (Course Code: 128521a)
                                                 included for the participants attending both sessions.      aGD Code: 148                 Hours: 3


                                                   Effective September 1, 2008 Rule 104.1,
                                                      licensees may choose to have up
                                                    to four (4) hours of risk management-
                                                      related coursework (includes risk
                                                     management, record keeping, and/or
                                                      ethics courses and the allowance
                                                         for self-study hours has been
                                                             increased to (6) hours.

32      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                 (210) 567-3177
           December 5                                                         DECEMBER 5                                                 DECEMBER 11
Lecture Course for the Entire Dental Team                                              Lecture Course                                                 Lecture Course
            Management of                                                 Esthetic and Functional                                 Clinical Pharmacology for the
         Dental Trauma in the                                                Considerations in                                          Dental Practitioner
           Pediatric Patient                                                 Implant Dentistry                                  ELEOnOrE D. PaUnOViCH, D.D.s., M.sC.
  Lina CarDEnas, D.D.s., M.s., Ph.D.                                   aLFOnsO MOnarrEs, D.D.s., M.s.                           OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                        an update of the most frequently prescribed medications.
                                                                    OVERVIEW




                               10
Dental trauma is part of the General and Pediatric                                                                              will addressed and their indications, mechanism of action,
                                                                    The high success of dental implants has influenced our
Dentistry practice. Current research has led to a better                                                                        potential side effects and interactions with other drugs will
                                                                    contemporary treatment plan philosophy regarding the
understanding of the healing mechanisms that translate                                                                          be reviewed. Considerations for treatment planning and
                                                                    restoration of the severely compromised dentition and
into better clinical protocols for the management                                                                               management of patients taking these medications will be
                                                                    the replacement of missing teeth.
of trauma. The course will start with an introduction to                                                                        included in a review of cases. Oral manifestations associ-
                                                                                                                                ated with these medications will also be discussed.
                          9, 20
trauma and the evaluation of the patient with trauma.               The demands of our population, the advances in implant
Then, a review of the classification, diagnosis and treat-          surfaces and designs and the recent introduction of 3D      Diagnostic and therapeutic modalities that can be used by
ment of traumatic lesions is presented. Finally, several            imaging and CaD/CaM technology have helped to               the dental treatment team to manage common oral medi-
clinical cases will be presented and discussed.                     improve our current surgical and restorative protocols by   cine problems will be reviewed. Updates on the manage-
                                                                    providing high predictability, shortening treatment time    ment of candidiasis, aphthous ulcerations, lichen planus,
a review of the current guidelines (from the american               and facilitating the fabrication of implant prostheses.     erytherma multiforme, herpes, premalignant lesions and
academy of Endodontics, the international association                                                                           oral cancer will be addressed using case review.
of Dental Traumatology and the american academy of                  Predictable function with esthetic results are key ele-
Pediatric Dentistry) for the management of dental                   ments for success with dental implant therapy. This         OBJECTIVES
trauma in the primary and permanent dentition will be               course will present the basic concepts and guidelines       Participants will review:
presented.       Easy-to-use decision analysis and                  that help make the placement and restoration of               • Medical histories and medications of patients and
protocols for the emergency treatment as well as                    implants a predictable treatment option that offers both           understand the implications they have on
follow-up and referral needs will also be discussed.                esthetics and function to our patients.                            treatment planning and dental management.
                                                                                                                                  • Oral manifestations of some of the most
                      ULY



OBJECTIVES                                                          OBJECTIVES                                                         frequently prescribed medications and the
Present a systematic way of gathering trauma history.                 • Understand the importance of diagnosis,                        management of these oral conditions.
review the classification of traumatic dental injuries.                 treatment planning and treatment sequencing               • Keys to medical history and physical diagnosis that
Discuss the diagnosis, emergency treatment and                          in implant dentistry.                                          may impact diagnosis and treatment planning.
follow-up in primary tooth trauma according to type of                • Use of contemporary diagnostic tools and                  • Common oral medicine problems and their
injury. Discuss the diagnosis, emergency treatment and                  3D imaging.                                                    management.
follow-up in permanent tooth trauma according to                      • implant prostheses for the partially                      • Oral complications of the cancer therapy patient and
type of injury. Present clinical cases of primary and                   edentulous patient.                                            the management of these conditions.
permanent tooth trauma.                                               • Basic concepts for the ideal implant placement
                 TO J




                                                                        and restoration in the esthetic zone.                                PRESENTER
             PRESENTER                                                • Guidelines and techniques for immediate                              ELEONORE D. PAUNOVICH, D.D.S., M.Sc.,
             LINA M. CARDENAS, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D.,                     placement, immediate provisionalization and                          received her dental degree from indiana
             received her dental degree at the institute                immediate loading of dental implants.                                University school of Dentistry and spent
             of Health sciences, CEs. she obtained her                • implant prostheses for the edentulous patient                        eleven years on active duty as a general den-
             PhD in Dental science (combined with                     • CaD/CaM technology for dental implant                                tist in the United states air Force. she was
             Pediatric Dentistry) from nagasaki                         restorations.                                                        selected by the UsaF to enter postdoctoral
             University, Japan, where she was a recipi-               • Occlusal considerations in implant                                   training in dental radiology and oral medicine,
             ent of a scholarship from the Japanese                     Prosthodontics                                          which she completed at The University of Texas Health
Ministry of Education. she also received a Master of                                                                            science Center at san antonio. she holds the position of
science at the University of north Carolina at Chapel                            PRESENTER                                      associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Dental
Hill in a combined program with Pediatric Dentistry. she                         ALFONSO MONARRES, D.D.S., M.S.,                Diagnostic science at The University of Texas Health
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participated in the core course of the prestigious robert                        received his DDs degree from The UaC in        science Center at san antonio where she also serves as
Wood Johnson Clinical scholar Program in Clinical                                Torreon, Mexico. He then completed a           coordinator of the clinical geriatric programs for the Oral
research and Epidemiology at the University of north                             three-year post-doctoral      program in       Medicine and senior Care Clinic. she is also the Director
Carolina.                                                                        Prosthodontics, a one year Fellowship in       of Clinical Oral Health Programs for Geriatrics and
                                                                                 implant Dentistry and earned his Master of     Extended Care at the south Texas Veterans Health Care
Currently she is working in collaboration with niDCr                                                                            system.
                                                                                 science degree in Biomaterials at the
projects evaluating the dental phenotype of transgenic
                                                                    school of Dental Medicine of the state University of new    TIME
models.
                                                                    York at Buffalo (UB).                                       Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
TIME                                                                                                                            Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                       Dr. Monarres was a Clinical instructor in Fixed and
      TPO




Program: saturday, 9:00 aM -5:00 PM                                 removable Prosthodontics at UB school of Dental             LOCATION
                                                                    Medicine. He is a Clinical associate Professor of the       The University of Texas Health science Center at
LOCATION                                                            department of Prosthodontics at The University of Texas     san antonio, Dental school
The University of Texas Health science Center                       Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school
at san antonio, Dental school                                       and maintains a private practice limited to implant,        TUITION
                                                                    Esthetic and Prosthetic Dentistry.                          Dentist: $210.00
TUITION                                                                                                                         Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
Dentist: $210.00                                                                                                                Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                    TIME
                                                                                                                                allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $179.00                                    Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM               allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 20% = $128.00
                                                                    Program: saturday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
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allied Dental Personnel: $160.00                                                                                                allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 15% = $136.00
allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 20% = $128.00
allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 15% = $136.00                    LOCATION                                                    CREDIT (Course Code: 128535a)
                                                                    The University of Texas Health science Center               aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7
CREDIT (Course Code: 128522a)                                       at san antonio, Dental school
aGD Code: 430                 Hours: 7
                                                                    TUITION
                                                                    Dentist: $210.00

                                                                    CREDIT (Course Code: 128531a)
                                                                    aGD Code: 780                 Hours: 7                                         TWO STEP SAVINGS
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         DECEMBER 11                                                             DECEMBER 12                                                         DECEMBER 12
                 Participation Course                                                         Lecture Course                                                   Texas Brief aM
     Differential TMD Diagnoses                                           Restorative Materials: What,                                                         Lecture Course
          and Treatments for                                                Where, When and How                                                     Oral Surgery Principles
        General Practitioners                                                CHarLEs W. WaKEFiELD, D.D.s.                                                 and Pitfalls
     EDWarD F. WriGHT, D.D.s, M.s.                                                                                                                    WEnDELL a. EDGin, D.D.s.
                                                                        OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW                                                                This program will review current restorative materials
                                                                        and the rationale for selection and clinical use of the              OVERVIEW
This participation course consists of a morning presentation
and an afternoon of clinical activities. The morning                    most appropriate material in varying clinical situations.            This course is designed for the general dentistry team to
presentation will first discuss initial patient evaluation and a        The confusion between marketing and evidence-based                   improve the quality and safe delivery of office oral
recommended treatment protocol for integrating and utilizing            dentistry will be made clear. aspects to be discussed                surgery procedures. Clinical cases will be utilized to
multidisciplinary TMD therapies. This sequence will then be             include selection of adhesive systems; microfill, hybrid             develop surgical strategies. Dr. Edgin will also discuss
applied to 18 documented cases in which the patient's                   and nanofilled composites; glass ionomers, resin modi-               the most common complications associated with the
symptoms and clinical evaluation results are presented, and             fied glass ionomers and compomers as liners, luting                  office-based practice of minor oral surgery and cover
potential diagnoses and treatments will be discussed.                   agents and restoratives; information and direct pulp cap-            their prevention and treatment.
several of these cases are of patients who present with
                                                                        ping with calcium hydroxide or adhesive agents; esthet-
symptoms similar to TMD, but other diagnoses are                                                                                             OBJECTIVES
determined, i.e., acute pulpalgia, sinusitis, etc. Participants         ic alternatives such as indirect composite, porcelain
                                                                        inlays/onlays/crowns and their clinical techniques. The                • Gain expertise in diagnosis and treatment
will be taught to identify these disorders from TMD through
                                                                        application of color in dentistry, principles of smile design            planning for minor oral surgery patients.
history and clinical evaluation.
                                                                        and clinical restoration of cosmetic cases for the gener-              • acquire habits that will facilitate the prevention
The afternoon clinical activities will involve working with a           al dentist will be described and illustrated in detail.                  of complications.
fellow participant, in which the masticatory and cervical                                                                                      • Learn how to manage complications that occur in
musculature will be palpated, various jaw positions will be                                                                                      the practice of office oral surgery.
                                                                        OBJECTIVES
reviewed, and various splints brought to the course will be
adjusted. The course parallels Dr. Wright's recently                      • amalgam-Types, new developments regarding
                                                                            mercury                                                                       PRESENTER
published TMD textbook which will be available for purchase
                                                                          • Cast gold – is this still the best?                                           COL (RET) WENDELL A. EDGIN, D.D.S.,
at the course for a reduced price.
                                                                          • adhesive systems – is the latest generation                                   F.A.G.D., obtained his DDs degree from
OBJECTIVES                                                                  better for all adhesive procedures?                                           the University of Texas Health science
The course is designed to help dentists more cost                         • Glass ionomers – Conventional, reinforced,                                    Center at Houston in 1980 and completed
effectively obtain maximal therapeutic benefit with their TMD                                                                                             his General Practice residency at Davis-
                                                                            condensable, luting
patients. Participants will:                                                                                                                              Monthan air Force Base, arizona in 1981.
    • Understand which allied health professionals are
                                                                          • Compomers – Why would anyone ever buy
                                                                            these?                                                                        Dr. Edgin completed his residency training
       able to help their TMD patients and when they would
                                                                          • Composites – Which ones should i use for                         in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery in 1990 at Wilford Hall
       be most beneficial.
    • Learn to identify patients who generally will not                     different procedures?                                            Medical Center, Lackland air Force Base, Texas.
       respond well to traditional TMD therapy and how that               • Esthetic dentistry – Composites, PFM’s or full                   Currently, Dr. Edgin is in private practice limited to oral
       can be changed.                                                      porcelain – Basics of planning multidisciplinary                 and maxillofacial surgery in san antonio, Texas. He
    • Gain new insight of the prevalence of referred pain                   esthetic cases and principles of smile Design.                   was an associate Professor in the Department of Oral
       and the pain interconnection between the teeth,                    • Use of color in dentistry and application to shade               and Maxillofacial surgery at The University of Texas
       masticatory system, and cervical area.                               matching.                                                        Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school
    • Palpate the masticatory and cervical musculature                    • Light curing units – High intensity or low?                      from July 2001 to november 1, 2006.
       of a fellow participant.
                                                                            Fast or slow? QTH or LED? Which is best?
    • Practice mandibular manipulation techniques.                                                                                           Prior to his position at the Dental school, Dr. Edgin
    • adjust a splint that a fellow participant brings to                                                                                    served as the Department Chairman and Director of the
       the course.                                                                   PRESENTER
                                                                                     CHARLES W. WAKEFIELD, D.D.S.,                           Graduate Oral and Maxillofacial surgery Program at
               PRESENTER                                                             attended the UCLa school of Dentistry.                  Wilford Hall United states air Force Medical Center. in
               EDWARD F. WRIGHT, D.D.S., M.S., is an                                 During his career in the United states army             addition, he also served as the Consultant in Oral and
               assistant professor at the University of                              Dental Corps, he completed a two year                   Maxillofacial surgery to the surgeon General. His mili-
               Texas Health science Center–san antonio.                              advanced General Dentistry residency at                 tary decorations include the Legion of Merit and the
               He completed a 1-year general dentistry                                                                                       Meritorious service Medal with one device.
                                                                                     Fort Knox, Kentucky. Currently, he is a
               residency, a 2-year TMJ and Craniofacial Pain
                                                                                     Professor in the Department of General
               Fellowship, and a 2-year TMD research                                                                                         Dr. Edgin has written and lectured extensively on a wide
               fellowship. He is the Course Director for the            Dentistry and Director of the advanced Education in
                                                                        the General Dentistry residency Program at Baylor                    range of oral and maxillofacial surgery topics. He is a
               dental school's TMD Course, Occlusion and
                                                                        College of Dentistry, Texas a&M Health science Center                Diplomate of The american Board of Oral and
TMD Course, Dental anatomy and Occlusion Course, and
                                                                        at Dallas, Texas.                                                    Maxillofacial surgery and a Fellow of the academy of
Module Director for their stabilization appliance rotation.
Dr. Wright is the primary author of 24 journal articles, author                                                                              General Dentistry. He also serves on the examination
of the textbook "Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders,"                TIME                                                                 committee of the american Board of Oral and
and Diplomate of the american Board of Orofacial Pain.                  Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                        Maxillofacial surgery.
                                                                        Program: saturday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
TIME                                                                                                                                         TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                        LOCATION
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                                                                                                             Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 12:00 PM
                                                                        The University of Texas Health science Center
LOCATION                                                                at san antonio, Dental school
The University of Texas Health science Center                                                                                                LOCATION
at san antonio, Dental school                                           TUITION                                                              The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                        Dentist: $260.00                                                     at san antonio, Dental school
TUITION
individual: $240.00                                                     Dentist: $260.00 - 20% = $208.00
                                                                        Dentist: $260.00 - 15% = $221.00                                     TUITION
CREDIT (Course Code:128537a)                                            allied Dental Personnel: $200.00                                     individual: $125.00
aGD Code: 180                              Hours: 7                     allied Dental Personnel: $200.00-20%=$160.00
                                                                        allied Dental Personnel: $200.00-15%=$170.00                         CREDIT (Course Code: 128533a)
     IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION:                                                                                                           aGD Code: 310                 Hours: 3
 Participants must bring to the course a splint they                    CREDIT (Course Code: 128539a)
 currently provide for their patients or one they would like to learn   aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 7
 to provide that is fabricated to either their maxillary or mandibu-
 lar arch. The splint may be fabricated from acrylic, soft thermo-
 plastic mouthguard material, or any intermediate material
 (Flexite, Bruxeze, hard/soft laminated material, etc.). nTi appli-
 ances are not recommended and should not be brought.                                      TWO STEP SAVINGS
                                                                               Register before October 14, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
 Participants must also bring a long shank acrylic bur and a                  Register before November 13, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
 long shank #6 or #8 round bur. if he or she brings a splint
 made from soft thermoplastic mouthguard material, the
 participant must also bring the cast it was molded over and
 an alcohol torch.

34       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                                (210) 567-3177
                        Luncheons for Learning 2010
                                   Honoring                                                                               JANuAry 9
                           David E. Snyder, D.D.S.                                                                              Lecture Course
                                  presented by                                                                Periodontal Disease Linked to
         The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,                                             Systemic Diseases
           Dental School • Office of Continuing Dental Education                                                DOnaLD P. CaLLan, Bs, Ba, D.D.s
                                                                                                             OVERVIEW
                                                                                                             Evidence suggests periodontitis can be a systemic
FORMAT                                                 TO ENROLL BY PHONE                                    exposure that may contribute to the development or pro-
One day a month a speaker discusses a dental           Please call (210) 567-3177 to preregister.            gression of other systemic diseases and conditions.
                                                                                                             similarities of microbial populations have been shown to
topic during lunch. The sessions are informal and      Payment may also be made by credit card:              exist between dental implants and natural teeth.
the group has an opportunity to interact with the      Mastercard, Visa, Discover Card only. Persons         Periodontal disease, peri-implantitis, and crestal bone
speaker during a short discussion period at the        who are hearing or speech impaired can call TTD       loss associated with teeth and dental implants are a sig-
                                                                                                             nificant clinical phenomenon. These conditions will often
end of the lecture. It requires only about one and     Message-Relay Texas 1-800-735-2989 or                 compromise long-term prognosis, esthetics, function of
one-half hour of your time to learn the latest         1-800-735-2988. BY FAX: Please fax your com-          teeth, oral and systemic health of patients. The purpose
developments in many areas of dentistry. It also       pleted registration form to (210) 567-6807.           of this presentation is to provide evidence based infor-
                                                                                                             mation to evaluate the relationship of periodontal dis-
offers the opportunity to get better acquainted                                                              eases, peri-implantitis and systemic diseases. second,
with your colleagues and their staff since all den-    TUITION                                               is to compare surgically, clinically, and radiographically
                                                                                                             vertical and horizontal bone loss patterns of natural
tal allied personnel and technicians are also invit-   (Includes Luncheon and Lecture)                       teeth and dental implants and determine if a predictable
ed to attend.                                          Entire Series: $399.50                                pattern exists and then determine the best treatment.
                                                       Individual Lecture: $49.50
                                                                                                             OBJECTIVES
COURSE DIRECTOR                                                                                                • To identify systemic links of periodontal disease.
DAVID E. SNYDER, D.D.S., is an Adjunct                 LUNCH AND LEARN REFUND POLICY                           • To understand the pathways of periodontal
Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of      If you must cancel your registration, please notify       bacterial transfer.
                                                                                                               • To identify systemic conditions that may be
Prosthodontics at The University of Texas Health       the Office of Continuing Dental Education as              subject to periodontal pathogens.
Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School.          soon as you determine you are unable to attend so       • To identify the early signs of implant failure.
                                                       that a refund may be considered. Due to commit-         • To understand why bone loss is occurring about
                                                                                                                 the dental implant.
TIME                                                   ments to this special series, any cancellation made     • To select the proper treatment to correct the
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM The second Thursday of              30 days prior to January 12, 2009 will be subject         bone loss problem.
each month (Subject to change due to state             to an administrative fee assessment of $132.00. If      • To determine the time and sequence for
                                                                                                                 treatment.
meetings or holidays)                                  you must cancel an individual course $32.00 will        • To defend the procedure clinically, functionally,
                                                       be withheld. Any cancellation made after that             and histologically.
LOCATION                                               date does not qualify for a refund. However, par-
                                                                                                                           PRESENTER
Private Dining Room in the cafeteria at The            ticipants may choose to place their tuition minus                   DONALD P. CALLAN, D.D.S., received his
University of Texas Health Science Center at San       an administrative and direct cost fee assessment                    dental degree in 1975 and a Certificate
Antonio, (back of Dental School and                    into a holding account for future use. No Shows                     in Periodontics from the University of
                                                                                                                           Missouri at Kansas City in 1978.        Dr.
adjacent to Visitor Parking Lot); 7703 Floyd Curl      will not qualify for refunds. Written notification                  Callan maintains a private practice limited
Drive; San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900.                  is required within five business days by mail, fax,                 to Periodontics with an emphasis on
                                                                                                                           tissue regeneration and implant dentistry
                                                       or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please      in Little rock, arkansas.        His current hospital
LUNCH INCLUDED                                         allow four to six weeks for all refunds.              appointment includes the arkansas Children Hospital in
Plan to arrive at 11:30 AM or shortly thereafter.                                                            Little rock, arkansas.
This will give you plenty of time to eat before the    COURSE CHANGES/CANCELLATION                           Dr. Callan also serves as an assistant Clinical Professor
presentation starts at 12:00 PM. Should you be         The Office of Continuing Dental Education             in the Department of Periodontics at Louisiana state
delayed in arriving, you can eat during the pres-      reserves the right to limit registration, to change   University school of Dentistry and an associate
                                                                                                             Professor in the Department of Periodontics at the
entation. The presentation will be completed by        the location, time, course content or faculty of      University of Tennessee College of Dentistry. His past
1:00 PM at the latest so you can schedule your         any course, and to cancel any course no less than     academic appointments included the Department of
first afternoon patient early.                         one week prior to the course should circum-           Graduate Periodontics at the University of Oklahoma
                                                                                                             from 1990 to 1996 where he served as associate
                                                       stances make this necessary. Persons registered in    Professor and Co-Director of implant studies. From
CREDIT (Course Code: 128776A)                          a cancelled course will be notified by telephone,     1994 to 1998, Dr. Callan was an assistant Clinical
Each luncheon: 1 AGD Lecture Credit, Subject           using the number listed on the registration form.     Professor in the Department of Plastic and
                                                                                                             reconstructive surgery at the University of arkansas
Code (dependent on lecture topic) 1 CEU                The Office of Continuing Dental Education can-        Medical science Center.
                                                       not be held responsible for the cost of a nonre-
TO ENROLL BY MAIL                                      fundable airline ticket in the event of a course      TIME
                                                                                                             Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
(with a check or credit card) Please complete this     cancellation.                                         Program: saturday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
registration form and send it with your payment
(enrollment is not complete without payment) to:                                                             LOCATION
                                                                                                             The University of Texas Health science Center
UTHSCSA; Continuing Dental Education-                                                                        at san antonio, Dental school
7930; 7703 Floyd Curl Drive; San Antonio, Texas
                                                                                                             TUITION
78229-3900.                                                                                                  Dentist: $260.00

                                                                                                             CREDIT (Course Code: 128775a)
                                                                                                             aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 7

                                                                                                                     The Dental School thanks PerioSeal for it’s
                                                                                                                    educational grant in support of this continuing
                                                                                                                                  education program.


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           JANuAry 14                                                       JANuAry 15                                                            JANuAry 15
             Luncheons for Learning                                      Participation Course for                                                         Lecture Course
                         TBD                                      Dental Hygienists Dentists are invited                                 dental digital diagnosis and
                     TBD, D.D.s.                                  Seven Ways to Avoid Carpal                                              Treatment: new Tools for
FORMAT
                                                                        Tunnel Syndrome                                                      Predictable results
One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic                    (This is not just another                                           sTEPHEn M. sCHMiTT, D.D.s., M.s.
during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group            Scaling and Root Planing course)                                      Overview
has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during a                                                                               Dental treatment in the 21st Century has advanced to a
short discussion period at the end of the lecture. it          OVERVIEW                                                                high level of predictability and in many ways become the
requires only about one and one-half hour of your time         Why would dental professionals subject themselves to the                “Golden age of Dentistry.” new techniques not only
to learn the latest developments in many areas of              possibility of carpal tunnel syndrome? Today’s dental profes-           repair dental disease but also create beautiful and
dentistry. it also offers the opportunity to get better        sionals are at high risk for many neuromusculoskeletal prob-            pleasing smiles. Unfortunately, the challenge for any den-
acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all      lems. Traditionally, the highest percentage of entrapment               tist is to be able to understand what is wrong and to deter-
dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited       neuropathies affecting the Dentist and their staff occur in the         mine the proper course of treatment. advances in digital
to attend.                                                     neck and back.                                                          imaging, computer aided design, internet communication,
                                                               To help the individual cope with such issues, this course will          digital manufacturing and new materials have made an
OVERVIEW                                                                                                                               ideal opportunity to simplify the diagnostic process,
                                                               address the universal needs of the office using new insights
                                                               from orthopedics and ergonomics research. This new                      improve outcomes and once again make the practicing
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                             general dentist, the leader of the restorative team.
                                                               information will incorporate an instrumentation technique that
              PRESENTER                                        can improve working conditions for those who perform scal-              OBJeCTiveS
              TBD, D.D.S.                                      ing and root planing procedures. Course attendees will have             To understand how digital imaging works
                                                               the opportunity to learn the new components of the technique,              • 2D Digital imaging
                                                               especially the basic power strokes in instrumentation. at the                 Digital Photography
                                                               end of the didactic session, each participant will complete a                 Digital radiography
                                                               personal questionnaire, which becomes the key to under-                    • 3D imaging
                                                               standing the application of the solutions to the 7 basic prob-                Conventional CT
                                                               lems. The lecture will be followed by a hands-on session                      Cone Beam CT
TIME                                                           involving the biocentic simulator.                                            Laser scanning
Check-in & Lunch:                                                                                                                         • Diagnosis and Treatment via the internet
D.s. Cafeteria, Private Dining room, 11:30 aM                  OBJECTIVES                                                              To understand the process of imaging and restoring
Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM                            Participants will be able to recognize the following universal          all the teeth and supporting structures using digital
                                                               pitfalls:                                                               techniques
LOCATION                                                           • The danger of the high wing                                          • Unified treatment planning for edentulous
Dental school, Private Dining room in the Cafeteria The            • recognizing improper body alignment                                     patients
University of Texas Health science Center at san antonio           • How pronation and extension of the hand can                          • Computed tomography – Virtual design via the
(back of Dental school and adjacent to Visitor Parking Lot.)           contribute to tennis elbow                                            internet
                                                                   • How sustaining the same body positions and work                      • Computer generated surgical guides
TUITION
                                                                       motions over an extended period of time can                     To understand digital manufacturing processes
includes Luncheon and Lecture
                                                                       contribute to pain                                                 • Material removable – number controlled milling
individual: $49.50
                                                                   • How universal gloves contribute to fatigue and pain of                  machines
CREDIT (Course Code: 128777a)                                          the thumb                                                             Cerec
aGD Code: XXX             Hours: 1                                 • How fatigue is caused by flexion and extension of the                   nobelBiocare
                                                                       wrist as it is seen in some work motions                              Material addition – layered manufacturing
                                                               Then participants will learn how the use of several options in                integrated Prosthesis Construction
                                                               the components of the instrumentation technique can lead to             To understand how to transition from failing teeth to
                                                               solutions for the neuromusculoskeletal problems including               esthetic implant retained artificial teeth
                                                               carpal tunnel syndrome                                                     • initial exam, impressions and photos
                                                                                                                                          • Esthetic evaluation and planning
                                                                              PRESENTER                                                   • Golden proportion in dentistry
                                                                              HAROLD L. MEADOR, D.D.S., earned his                        • immediate Dentures
                                                                              dental degree at The University of Texas                    • immediate Load restorations
                                                                              Health science Center at Houston in 1952.                   • Construction of Definitive Full arch restorations
                                                                              He practiced general dentistry for seven
                                                                              years and went onto graduate training in                               PreSeNTer
                                                                              Periodontics at Baylor Dental College                                  STePHeN M. SCHMiTT, D.D.S., M.S.,
                                                                              which he completed in 1960.                                            received his D.D.s. degree from the
                                                               TIME                                                                                  University of Minnesota, school of Dentistry
                                                               Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                         in 1975. He earned his specialty Certificate
                                                               Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                                    in Prosthodontics in 1982 at the Wilford
                                                               LOCATION                                                                              Hall United states air Force Medical
                                                               The University of Texas Health science Center                                         Center, san antonio, Texas, and his
                                                               at san antonio, Dental school                                           Masters of science degree in Prosthodontics from The
                                                                                                                                       University of Texas Health science Center at Houston,
                                                               TUITION                                                                 Dental     Branch.           Currently,   Dr.     schmitt
                                                               individual: $210.00                                                     maintains a private practice limited to prosthodontics
                                                               individual: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                     and dental implants in san antonio, Texas. He is
                                                               individual: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                     also the President of Tel Med Technologies, a company
                                                                                                                     &
                                                               instructional Videotape & Manual: $20.00
                                                                                                                                       that uses digital imaging and design to create dental
                                                               CREDIT (Course Code: 128778a)                                           restorations.
                                                               aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 7
                                                                                                                                       TiMe
                                                                  The Dental School thanks Morris Tool & Supply for it’s               Check-in and Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                      educational grant in support of this continuing                  Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
 DON’T FORGET TO                                                                    education program.
                                                                                                                                       LOCATiON
                                                                                                                                       The University of Texas
 REGISTER FOR THE                                                                                                                      Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                       TUiTiON
  ENTIRE SERIES!                                                                        TWO STEP SAVINGS                               Dentist: $260.00
                                                                                                                                       KDr award Dentist: $234.00
                                                                        Register before November 17, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
                                                                        Register before December 17, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.   CreDiT (Course Code: 128779a)
                                                                                                                                       aGD Code: 690                Hours: 7

36      http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                            (210) 567-3177
            JANuAry 15                                                     JANuAry 15                                       JANuAry 16
a Lecture Course for the Entire Dental Team                                                                                     Participation Course
         Pharmacology Update                                       We are currently                              Rehabilitation of the Terminal
    GEZa T. TErEZHaLMY, D.D.s., M.a.                                                                             Dentition Using the All-On-4™
OBJECTiVEs                                                          developing a                                      JOHn P. sCHMiTZ, D.D.s, PH.D.
rational clinical use of therapeutic agents for preven-
tion, diagnosis and treatment of oral disease requires an
understanding of basic pharmacologic principles. These
                                                                  Continuing Dental                             Overview
                                                                                                                improvements in the surgical care of dental patients have-
principles apply to all drugs and pertain to the adminis-                                                       dramatically increased in the past few years. Most of
tration and absorption of drugs, the distribution of drugs
to different body sites, the general mechanisms by
                                                                  Education course!                             these have been driven by technology primarily in the area of
                                                                                                                growth factors to improve regenerative outcomes. Within the
which drugs produce their effects at their sites of action,                                                     last several years platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) and
the mechanisms of drug elimination from the body, and                                                           bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) have appeared on the
patient related variables. This course will provide an                                                          market to address periodontal clinical attachment level and
                                                                                   Lecture Course               maxillofacial bone regeneration, respectively. However, the
update on the pharmacological management, odonto-
genic infections, indications for antimicrobial prophylax-                              TBD                     use of the all-on-4™ procedure, while not new technology,
is in dentistry, and the clinical implications of drugs taken                       TBD, D.D.s.                 per se, has dramatically altered the use and direction of den-
by our patients.                                                                                                tal implants in patients who are planned to lose all their
                                                                OVERVIEW                                        remaining teeth.
OBJECTiVEs
Upon completion of this course, the practitioner will:                                                          The all-on-4™ technique offers many advantages over
  • select the most appropriate therapeutic                     OBJECTIVES                                      conventional treatment for patients who are losing their teeth.
     intervention for the management of acute                                                                      • First, it is more cost effective; using only four
     odontogenic pain                                           PRESENTER                                            implants per arch instead of five or six.
  • Local anesthetics                                           TBD, D.D.S.,                                       • second, the use of sinus grafting is avoided as is the
  • COX-1, COX-2 and COX-3 inhibitors                                                                                need to place implants or graft posterior to the
  • Combination analgesics                                      TIME                                                 mental foramen.
  • select the most appropriate therapeutic                     Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM      • Third, the technique is one of the few techniques
     intervention for the management of an acute                Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                   FDa-cleared for the use of tilted implants
     odontogenic infection considering the diagnosis,                                                                (special angulated abutments are used in the
     the need for antibacterial chemotherapy, the               LOCATION                                             posterior implants to correct for the angulation
     benefits versus the risks of drug therapy, the             The University of Texas Health science Center        of tilted implants).
     need to individualize drug regimen, the need               at san antonio, Dental school                      • Fourth, the use of the all-on-4™ is FDa-approved for
     for educating patients, and the importance of                                                                   immediate loading.
     follow-up.                                                 TUITION                                            • Finally, patients can be in their final prosthesis faster.
  • Become familiar with current guidelines regarding           Dentist: $XXX.XX                                     Putting this altogether means that in one surgical
     the use of antimicrobial prophylaxis                                                                            procedure, the patient can have their
  • Become familiar with current and accepted                   CREDIT (Course Code: 128780a)                        remaining teeth removed, four implants placed in the
     therapeutic agents prescribed for the treatment            aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7               maxilla or mandible without the need for
     of systemic disease states of special interest.                                                                 grafting or mandibular nerve repositioning, and an
  • identify high-risk patients and develop appropri-                                                                immediate denture can be attached so that
     ate diagnostic, preventive, and therapeutic strate-                                                             the patient leaves with fixed teeth. The all-on-4™
     gies in accordance with the patient's medical and                                                               technique is a tremendous service for patients facing
     pharmacological status.                                                                                         losing their teeth. all practitioners should consider
  • recognize the potential for adverse drug-drug                                                                    this as an alternative when delivering immediate
     interactions, drug-disease interactions, and drug-                                                              dentures.
     induced illnesses (including the oral manifesta-
     tions of drug therapy).                                                                                    OBJeCTiveS
                                                                                                                at the conclusion of this course participants will:
             PRESENTER                                                                                             • Be able to discuss the indications for the
             GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, D.D.S., M.A.,                                                                        all-on-4™ technique.
             received his D.D.s. degree from Case                                                                  • Be able to discuss the protocol used for the
             Western reserve University in 1971; a B.s.                                                               all-on-4™ technique
             degree from John Carroll University; an                                                               • Be able to discuss differences in maxillary vs.
             M.a. in Higher Education and Human                                                                       mandibular all-on-4™ procedures as well as the
             Development from The George Washington                                                                   components used.
             University; and a Certificate in Oral                                                                 • Be able to discuss the prosthetic techniques used to
Medicine from the national naval Dental Center. Dr.                                                                   immediately load the all-on-4™.
Terézhalmy is certified by the american Board of Oral
Medicine and the american Board of Oral and                                                                                  PreSeNTer
Maxillofacial radiology (Life).                                                                                              JOHN P. SCHMiTZ, D.D.S., Ph.D., received
                                                                                                                             his D.D.s. degree from Marquette University
He is Professor and Dean Emeritus, school of Dental                                                                          and his Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry from The
Medicine, Case Western reserve University. in                                                                                University of Texas Health science Center at
addition, he is a Consultant, naval Postgraduate Dental                                                                      san antonio. He maintains a private practice in
school, national naval Medical Center.                                                                                       Oral and Maxillofacial surgery with an empha-
                                                                                                                             sis on implant dentistry and reconstructive sur-
TIME                                                                                                            gery in san antonio, Texas.
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM                                                                              TiMe
                                                                                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
LOCATION                                                                                                        Program, saturday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM
The University of Texas Health science Center
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                   LOCATiON
                                                                                                                The University of Texas Health science Center
TUITION                                                                                                         at san antonio, Dental school
Dentist: $240.00
KDr award Dentist: $216.00                                                                                      TUiTiON
allied Dental Personnel: $190.00                                                                                Dentist: $260.00
KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $171.00
                                                                                                                CreDiT (Course Code:128781a)
CREDIT (Course Code: 128800a)                                                                                   aGD Code 310/690                      Hours: 4
aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7
                                                                                                                The Dental School thanks Nobel Biocare for their educational
                                                                                                                   grant in support of this continuing education program.
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            JANuAry 22                                                     JANuAry 22                                                         JANuAry 23
          Lecture/Participation Course                                             Texas Brief aM                                                      Lecture Course
       Blending State-of-the-Art                                                   Lecture Course                                Pediatric Dentistry Update for
         Techniques with the                                          Sedation Emergency                                           the General Practitioner
         new ErA Implant for                                          in My Dental Office.                                              TiMOTHY B. HEnsOn, D.M.D.
         overdenture Support                                       How Will My Staff Respond?                                          CLaUDia i. COnTrEras, D.D.s.
        JOsEPH L. CarriCK, D.D.s.                                        ErnEsT E. VaLDEZ, D.D.s.
                                                                                                                                OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES
Overview                                                        OVErViEW                                                        This one-day course will serve as a comprehensive
This course is designed to give the participants the            according to a published study, a dentist and staff, on         review of clinical pediatric dentistry. Course participants
knowledge and confidence to place Era implants that will        average, will manage a medical emergency once every             will interact with the faculty in an open-forum seminar
support an overdenture. The Era implant is a new tool to        1.4 years*. The same study reports that cardiac arrest          on a variety of pediatric dentistry topics, including the
help address quality of life issues as it pertains to denture   in a dental office may occur once every 130 years*. it          following:
patients using the only mini overdenture implant approved       appears that medical emergencies occur infrequently in
by the FDa for permanent use. it will identify for the gener-                                                                      •   Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
                                                                the dental office. it is for this very reason that it is easy      •   infant Examination and anticipatory Guidance
al dentist which cases are ideal for them to do and which       for dentists and staff to forget simple medical emergency
ones should be referred. Find out just how many patients                                                                           •   restorative Dentistry for the Pediatric Patient
                                                                prevention and management techniques and systems.                  •   Pulp Therapy for the Primary Dentition
are looking for alternatives to denture adhesives, but don't    in a productive dental practice, medical emergency
know there is an economical solution.                                                                                              •   space Maintenance
                                                                equipment may become dusty, emergency medications                  •   non-Pharmacologic Behavior Management
OBJeCTiveS                                                      may expire, portable oxygen tanks become empty,                    •   nitrous Oxide analgesia for the Child Patient
  • Treatment planning                                          emergency management systems are forgotten. Do you                 •   Local anesthetic Dosage regimens for Pediatric
  • Treatment sequencing                                        have enough equipment or too much equipment to man-                    Patients
  • Treatment presentation                                      age medical emergencies in your dental office? What is
  • Fees and time considerations                                the anticipated arrival time of EMs to your office? Do                        PRESENTERS
  • Marketing                                                   you anD your staff know how to manage the most com-                           TIMOTHY B. HENSON, D.M.D., graduated
  • Placing implants                                            mon medical emergencies that can occur in your dental                         from the University of Kentucky College of
  • retro-fit denture                                           office?                                                                       Dentistry in 1983 and completed his
  • Learning how to place angle corrections                                                                                                   Pediatric Dentistry postdoctoral education
  • Placing and picking up male Era attachments                 OBJECTiVEs                                                                    at the Medical University of south Carolina
  • Punch technique for implant placement                       Upon completion of this course, participants will be                          College of Dental Medicine in 1985.
  • Flap design                                                 able to:                                                        Currently he is an assistant Professor and the
  • To use paralleling device to aid in implant and                • Evaluate their medical emergency equipment, as             Postdoctoral Director in the Department of Pediatric
    abutment placement                                                well as, the office for efficiency of management of       Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science
  • To use Eclipse Prosthetic resin system                            medical emergencies by bringing a schematic of            Center at san antonio, Dental school. Dr. Henson’s
                                                                      the floor plan of their dental office, a list and pho-    research interests include pre-surgical orthopedics for
            PreSeNTer                                                 tos of their medical equipment of their office.           cleft lip/palate infants, as well as a variety of issues
            JOSePH L. CArriCK, D.D.S., attained his                • Determine the response time of the emergency               related to special needs and technology-dependent chil-
            DDs degree from The University of Texas                   medical services to a medical emergency in their          dren.
            Health science Center at san antonio in                   dental office.
            1977. He maintains a private practice with             • Design a “Medical Emergency Management Plan”                             CLAUDIA I. CONTRERAS, D.D.S.,
            an emphasis on the cosmetic dentistry in                  for the dental office.                                                  received her D.D.s. degree from the
            the Woodlands, Texas. Dr. Carrick has                  • Learn to recognize and manage the ten most                               national University of Mexico City, Mexico
            served in various capacities for the                      common medical emergencies, as well as, acute                           City, Mexico in 1993. she continued with
american academy of Cosmetic (aaCD), as President                     myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest in the                         her postgraduate training as a Preceptor in
from 1998 to 1999 and currently on its Board of                       dental office.                                                          Pediatric Dentistry at The University of
Governors. He is also an Examiner for accreditation for            • Learn medical emergency preventive measures.                             Texas Health science Center at san
the aaCD, and has served as Editor of the Journal of                                                                                          antonio in 1999. This was followed by an
Cosmetic Dentistry. His honors include, Fellow of the                        ERNEST E. VALDEZ, D.D.S., received his             internship in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of
american academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and                                   DDs degree from The University of Texas            Puerto rico, san Juan, Puerto rico where she attained
Diplomate status of the international Congress of Oral                       Health science Center at san antonio,              her Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry in June, 2004.
implantologists.                                                             Dental school in 1993. He pursued a two            subsequently, Dr. Contreras completed her training as a
                                                                             year General Practice residency at The             Fellow in June, 2005 at The Children’s Hospital &
He has presented numerous seminars and lectures                              University of Texas Health science Center          University of Colorado Health science Center in Denver,
nationally and internationally on prosthetic and implant                     at san antonio which he completed in 2001.         Colorado.       she currently serves as an assistant
interrelationships as well as facial esthetics. Dr. Carrick                  Dr. Valdez is currently an assistant               Professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at
has authored a number of articles on implants and cos-          Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial           The University of Texas Health science Center at san
metic dentistry. He also produced the prototype of what         surgery at the Dental school and maintains a practice at        antonio.
is now the Era implant for sterngold.                           the UTHsCsa Dental school’s Dental Faculty                      TIME
TiMe                                                            Practice Clinic.                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                   Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM                                Dr. Valdez current responsibilities include teaching junior
                                                                and senior students at the Oral & Maxillofacial surgery         LOCATION
LOCATiON                                                        Predoctoral Clinic and the Oral & Maxillofacial surgery         The University of Texas Health science Center
The University of Texas Health science Center                   Clinic at the University Clinic Downtown.                       at san antonio, Dental school
at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                TUITION
                                                                TIME
TUiTiON                                                                                                                         Dentist: $210.00
                                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Dentist: $270.00                                                                                                                Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
                                                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM
                                                                                                                                Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
CreDiT (Course Code: 128784a)                                                                                                   allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 7                          LOCATION
                                                                                                                                allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00
                                                                The University of Texas Health science Center
        The Dental School thanks Biohorizons for its                                                                            allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50
                                                                at san antonio, Dental school
            educational grant in support of this                                                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128788a)
              continuing education program.                     TUITION                                                         aGD Code: 430                 Hours: 7
                                                                individual: $125.00

                                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128785a)
                                                                aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 3
                                                                                                                                                    TWO STEP SAVINGS
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       JANuAry 28-30                                                            JANuAry 29                                                   JANuAry 29
academic Outreach in Carlsbad, California                                              Lecture Course                                 Lecture Course/Examination
      Lecture/Hands-On Course                                              Embracing the Latest                                    Texas State Board of Dental
       Advanced Course in                                                Technology in 3-d Imaging                                  Examiners Required Dental
    Dental Implantology at the                                            WiLLiaM s. MOOrE, D.D.s., M.s.                             Assistant’s Registration
        Zimmer Institute                                                                                                             Course and Examination
                                                                     OVERVIEW
                                                                     This course will present the latest information on the
                                                                                                                                 MOna L. THiBaDEaU, r.D.a., C.D.a., B.a.
OVERVIEW                                                             exciting new advances in cone beam 3D imaging
This course is designed to give dentists an intensive and                                                                        OVErViEW
                                                                     including a review of the basic principles of image
comprehensive, hands-on experience in implant den-                                                                               as of september 1, 2006 the Texas state Board of
                                                                     formation and dose, an overview of current machines,
tistry. The program will be held in Carlsbad, California at                                                                      Dental Examiners is requiring that Dental assistants
                                                                     software and technology on the market and a short
the new state-of-the-art Zimmer institute.                                                                                       attend a course to prepare them to pass an examination.
                                                                     course on reading and understanding 3D images. in
                                                                                                                                 The examination will cover the three main topics of
The institute is all about training with its sophisticated           addition, attendees will receive a tour and demonstration
                                                                                                                                 Jurisprudence, infection Control, and radiology, which
labs, audiovisual equipment and lecture facilities with              of three current cone beam CT machines from
                                                                                                                                 will be offered at the end of the presentation.
advanced and realistic patient treatment mannequins.                 Planmeca, Belmont and Morita.
                                                                                                                                 This course is intended to provide sufficient information
Participants are encouraged to bring models and x-rays                                                                           to permit dental assistants to gain knowledge and
of cases that they would like reviewed during a treat-               OBJECTIVES
                                                                                                                                 understanding of the critical concepts associated with
ment planning session.                                               Participants will be able to:
                                                                                                                                 each of these areas of registration in order to facilitate
                                                                       • Understand the principles of cone beam image
OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                       success at the time of examination.
                                                                           formation, the differences in sensor types, the pro
  • Develop treatment planning skills, rationale, and                      and cons of different fields of view and how these
                                                                                                                                 OBJECTiVEs
                                G
    scientific basis for the clinical practice of simple                   relate to dosage.
    and complex implant cases.                                                                                                   Jurisprudence:
                                                                       • Know the different types of cone beam machines
  • Become adept at implant placement and soft tis-                                                                                 • Purpose of the Texas Dental Practice act
                                                                           currently on the market including small volume
    sue handling.                                                                                                                   • state Board rules
                                                                           versus large volume machines and dedicated
  • Gain experience with the latest implant surgery                                                                                 • Purpose and structure of the state Board of
                                                                           versus convertible panoramic/cone beam
    and prosthetic implant instrumentation.                                                                                             Dental Examiners
                                                                           machines
  • Gain surgical knowledge and hands-on training in                                                                                • Provisions for licensure
                                                                       • Understand how cone beam images are
                                                                                                                                    • regulations for Dental auxiliaries
                 DIN


    immediate load, extraction and immediate implant                       commonly presented, basic viewing techniques
    placement, socket preservation techniques, block                                                                                • Professional Conduct
                                                                           and normal anatomy visible in scans.
    grafts, sinus lifting, cancellous grafting and mem-                                                                             • Minimum standard of Care
                                                                       • Have a basic functional knowledge of current
    brane techniques.                                                                                                            infection Control
                                                                           cone beam imaging applications and how they
  • Learn and perform prosthodontic procedures on                                                                                   • CDC infection Control Guidelines
                                                                           can benefit their practice for including:
    advanced mannequin models with single unit,                                                                                     • infection Control rules of the Texas state Board
                                                                                    a. implant imaging
    multiple unit, and edentulous scenarios in a                                                                                        of Dental Examiners
                                                                                    b. Medical modeling and image guided
    hands-on environment.                                                                                                           • Hand hygiene
                                                                                        surgical stents
                                                                                                                                    • alcohol based hand rubs
                                                                                    c. Orthodontics and cephalometric
PRESENTERS                                                                                                                          • sterilization techniques
                                                                                        image generation
COL (RET) WENDELL A. EDGIN, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.,                                                                                       • sterilization vs. disinfection
                                                                                    d. 3rd molar evaluation
obtained his DDs degree from the University of Texas                                                                                • spore testing
                                                                                    e. Endodontics
Health science Center at Houston in 1980.                                                                                           • instrument processing
                                                                                    f. 3rd party software from nobel™
                                                                                                                                    • instrument wrapping
BRIAN L. MEALEY, D.D.S., M.S., received his dental                                     biocare, simplant™ and Dolphin™
                                                                                                                                    • surface disinfection
degree from The University of Texas Health science                                     imaging
                                                                                                                                    • Medical waste
Center at san antonio, Dental school in 1983.                          • Demonstrate hands on experience with three
                                                                                                                                    • Dental unit waterline disinfection
                                                                           different types of cone beam machines from
                                                                                                                                 radiology
                                                                           Planmeca, Morita and Belmont.
 PEN




IVY S. SCHWARTZ, D.D.S., M.S.Ed., earned her DDs                                                                                    • radiographic principles and theory
degree from the University of Texas Health science                                                                                  • normal anatomy
Center at san antonio in 1982.                                                    PRESENTER
                                                                                                                                    • Technique and processing error recognition for
                                                                                  WILLIAM S. MOORE, D.D.S., M.S.,
ALFONSO MONARRES, D.D.S., received his DDs                                                                                              intraoral and panoramic radiographs
                                                                                  received his dental degree from the UCLa
degree from The UaC in Torreon, Mexico.                                                                                             • radiation biology
                                                                                  school of Dentistry in 1978.         Upon
                                                                                                                                    • Protection
TIME                                                                              graduation, he joined the United states air
                                                                                                                                    • risk assessment
Check-in, receive materials and scrubs: Wednesday,                                Force, completing a two year residency
                                                                                                                                    • aseptic techniques for dental radiology
8:30 PM – 9:30 PM, Carlsbad inn                                                   program in advanced General Dentistry at
                                                                                                                                    • Quality assurance principles and procures
For reservations: 800-235-3939 or 760-434-7020                                    Wilford Hall Medical Center in san antonio,
Program: Thursday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                 Texas in 1984. in 1996 he completed the residency pro-
                                                                                                                                 PRESENTER
Friday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                            gram in Oral and Maxillofacial radiology at The
                                                                                                                                 MONA L. THIBADEAU, RDA, CDA, BA, is a Dental
saturday, 8:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                          University of Texas Health science Center at san
                                                                                                                                 instructor at san antonio College of Medical and Dental
all sessions have working lunches                                    antonio and received his Master’s degree in Dental
                                                                                                                                 assistants in san antonio, Texas.
                                                                     Diagnostic science in 1997 Maxillofacial radiology.
LOCATION                                                             Dr. Moore is currently assistant Professor and Head of
                                                                                                                                 TIME
The Zimmer institute                                                 the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial radiology at The
                                                                                                                                 Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Carlsbad, California (just north of san Diego)                       University of Texas Health science Center at san
                                                                                                                                 Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 6:00 PM
                                                                     antonio, Dental school where he manages the largest
TUITION                                                              dental radiology service in the country.
Dentist: $2000                                                                                                                   LOCATION
Dentist: $2000 - 20% = $1600                                                                                                     The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                     TIME
Dentist: $2000 - 15% = $1700                                                                                                     at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                     Check-in and Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                     Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
CREDIT (Course Code: 128789a)                                                                                                    TUITION
aGD Code 690                  Hours 21                                                                                           individual: $240.00
                                                                     LOCATION
                                                                                                                                 individual: $240.00 - 20% = $192.00
The Dental School thanks Zimmer for their educational grant          The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                                                                                 individual: $240.00 - 15% = $204.00
     in support of this continuing education program.                at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                 CrEDiT (Course Code: 128799a)
                                                                     TUITION
                                                                                                                                 aGD Code: 551/555/731/148     Hours: 8
                                                                     Dentist: $210.00
                                                                     allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
                   TWO STEP SAVINGS                                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128798a)
                                                                                                                                                TWO STEP SAVINGS
      Register before November 30, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.   aGD Code: 138                Hours: 7                            Register before December 1, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
      Register before December 30, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.                                                                    Register before December 31, 2009 to receive a 15% discount.
                                                                             The Dental School thanks ImagDent for its
                                                                                educational grant in support of this
                                                                                  continuing education program.

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           JANuAry 30                                                  JANuAry 30                                        FebruAry 4
     Lecture Course/Hands-On Course                                                                                       Luncheons for Learning
         Incorporating Basic                                    We are currently                                                      TBD
         Dental Implants into                                                                                                     TBD, D.D.s.
        Your General Practice                                    developing a                                FORMAT
        JOHn C. MiniCHETTi, D.M.D.                                                                           One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic

OVERVIEW
                                                               Continuing Dental                             during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group
                                                                                                             has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during a
in order to compete in today’s dental market, your
practice needs to branch away from insurance based
dentistry. This basic course will focus on implant
                                                               Education course!                             short discussion period at the end of the lecture. it
                                                                                                             requires only about one and one-half hour of your time
                                                                                                             to learn the latest developments in many areas of
placement/restoration, bone grafting, ridge preservation,                                                    dentistry. it also offers the opportunity to get better
treatment planning and prosthetic tooth replacement. it                                                      acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all
will also include diagnosing division of bone and bone                                                       dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited
density. The advantages of tapered screw implants will
                                                                              Lecture Course
                                                                                                             to attend.
be discussed and immediate loading indications                                      TBD
reviewed. in addition, implant placement and surgical                           TBD, D.D.s.                  OVERVIEW
protocol will be taught with a hands-on portion. implant
site preparation such as socket grafting and lateral ridge   OVERVIEW                                        OBJECTIVES
augmentation will be reviewed. Esthetic issues in
implant dentistry will also be addressed with an introduc-                                                                 PRESENTER
tion to single stage implants.                               OBJECTIVES                                                    TBD, D.D.S.

OBJECTIVES                                                   PRESENTER
This introductory course will discuss:                       TBD, D.D.S.,
   • rationale implants and marketplace for dental
      implants                                               TIME
   • Diagnosis of the edentulous patient                     Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
   • Divisions of bone and bone density                      Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM              TIME
   • Biomechanics and stress Factors                                                                         Check-in & Lunch:
   • Treatment planning                                      LOCATION                                        D.s. Cafeteria, Private Dining room, 11:30 aM
   • Partially edentulous patients                           The University of Texas Health science Center   Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
   • Fully edentulous patients                               at san antonio, Dental school
   • advantages of the tapered screw vent implant                                                            LOCATION
   • surgical site preparation                               TUITION                                         Dental school, Private Dining room in the Cafeteria The
   • Bone grafting extraction sockets PUrOs ®                Dentist: $XXX.XX                                University of Texas Health science Center at san antonio
   • sinus grafts and lateral augmentation                                                                   (back of Dental school and adjacent to Visitor Parking Lot.)
   • implant surgery                                         CREDIT (Course Code: 128802a)                   TUITION
   • root form implant surgery                               aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7          includes Luncheon and Lecture
   • Hands On model work surgery
                                                                                                             individual: $49.50
   • Prosthetic treatment
   • single tooth implants                                                                                   CREDIT (Course Code: 128803a)
   • Fixed bridgework                                                                                        aGD Code: XXX             Hours: 1
   • Fully edentulous patients
   • Hands On model work prosthetics (if available)
   • Questions and Discussion

            PRESENTER
            JOHN C. MINICHETTI, D.M.D., graduated
            from the University of Medicine and
            Dentistry of new Jersey where he finished
            first in his class. He then completed a
            post-doctoral specialized training program
            at the Mount sinai Medical Center. He is a
            general dentist who has been practicing
implant dentistry in private practice for over twenty
years and serves as the Director of implant and
reconstructive Dentistry of Englewood, new Jersey.

TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM

LOCATION
The University of Texas Health science Center
at san antonio, Dental school

TUITION
Dentist: $260.00
allied Dental Personnel: $200.00

CREDIT (Course Code: 128801a)
aGD Code: 690                 Hours: 7

The Dental School thanks Zimmer Dental for its educational
   grant in support of this continuing education program.




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                                                         The University of Texas Health
                 The University of Minnesota   and       Science Center at San Antonio
                 School of Dentistry                                      Dental School




                    are pleased to present.…
     The 15th ANNUAL



     Ski
        &
     Learn
     At the newly Renovated Sheraton Steamboat Resort
                   and Conference Center
                           Steamboat Springs, Colorado
                               Thursday-Saturday
                              February 4-6 2010
                  For registration or more information, please contact:
                            The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
                                  6-406 Moos Health Sciences Tower
                                        515 Delaware Street SE
                                       Minneapolis, MN 55455
                              phone (800) 685-1418 • (612) 625-1418
                                        www.dentalce.umn.edu
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                        San                                                        FEBRUARY 5                                                         FEBRUARY 5
                        antonio
                                                                                  Lecture/Hands-On Course                                    Lecture Course for the General Dentist
                        inStitute                                         Possibilities in Dentistry:                                                 and the Dental Team
                                                                         Cosmetic, Restorative, and                                                  Oral Surgery for the
                        for                                              Implant Dentistry Including                                                   General Dentist
                        DentiStry                                         Laser Assisted Therapy                                            GrEGOrY K. sPaCKMan, D.D.s., M.B.a.
                                                                                   DaViD a. LiTTLE, D.D.s.
The Pinnacle of Learning                                             OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                           OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                           This course will review a variety of topics pertinent to
 www.jacobparkdds.com                                                                                                                      outpatient oral surgery which are relevant to the dentist
                                                                     after completing this course you will be familiar with the
                                                                     art of restorative dental implant cases. These steps                  and the dental team. Dr. spackman will discuss topics
                                                                     include planning, uncovery, impression, provisionaliza-               on patient evaluation, record keeping, and risk
                                                                                                                                           management in addition to the various aspects of
          CaD CaM advanced                                           tion, and final restorative placement. Through simple
                                                                     treatment protocol and laboratory procedures you will                 surgical techniques and procedures.
            anterior Course                                          learn how to develop highly esthetic restorations that
                                                                     replicates the contour of natural restorative treatment               OBJECTIVES
         “Creating CEREC 3D                                          plans. in addition you will learn the fundamentals of a               The participant will learn about:
                                                                     team approach to implant dentistry.                                     • Patient evaluation
             Excellence”                                                                                                                     • record keeping
                                                                     OBJECTIVES                                                              • risk management
                anterior                                               • How to setup systems for successful                                 • Local anesthesia
                                                                         implementation of implants in your practice.                        • armament
                                                                       • Diagnosis and treatment planning; diagnostic                        • Preoperative evaluation for extractions
          CaD CaM advanced                                               models, digital radiology, and CT scans.
                                                                       • roles of all team members, including staff,
                                                                                                                                             • Flap design
                                                                                                                                             • routine and difficult extractions
           Posterior Course                                              surgeon, and lab.                                                   • Third molar evaluation and surgery
                                                                       • Be able to identify good implant dentistry                          • Biopsy technique
         “Creating CEREC 3D                                              candidates and the relationship of treatment                        • Minor preprosthetic surgery
                                                                         planning to successful outcome.                                     • Complications
             Excellence”                                               • Case presentation techniques.                                       • Emergencies
               Posterior                                               • Treating single tooth, partially and fully edentu-
                                                                         lous, fixed and removable implant restorations.                                PRESENTER
                                                                       • non-narcotic sedation techniques.                                              GREGORY K. SPACKMAN, D.D.S.,
                                                                       • Laser use in the dental implant procedure.                                     M.B.A., received his dental degree from
        CaD CaM Mastery                                                • Dental implant provisionalization; new materials                               the University of nebraska College of
                                                                         and techniques.                                                                Dentistry in 1977, subsequently continuing
            Level Course                                               • Lab communication including restorative material                               his training in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery
                                                                         options for optimal results.                                                   at the Mayo Graduate school of Medicine at
      “All Things Considered                                           • Become familiar with the art of restoring the                                  the Mayo Clinic where he was awarded a
                                                                         dental implant case from single tooth to full arch.               Certificate in 1980. Dr. spackman earned his MBa
             CEREC 3D”                                                   These steps include planning, uncovery, fixture                   degree from Washington University in 1987. He is cur-
      Posterior and Anterior                                             level and abutment level impressions,                             rently an associate Professor in the Department of Oral
                                                                                                                                           and Maxillofacial surgery at The University of Texas
                                                                         provisionalization, and final restorative placement.
           (5 Day Course)                                              • Hygiene protocols and instrumentation for                         Health science Center at san antonio, Dental school.
                                                                         dental implants.
                                                                                                                                           Dr. spackman serves as the Predoctoral Director in the
                                                                                    PRESENTER                                              Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at
  For course information and                                                        DAVID A. LITTLE, D.D.S., is a graduate of The          the Dental school. He is also active in the Clinical
                                                                                    University of Texas Health science Center in san       Faculty Practice and serves on the Faculty Practice
         dates, visit:                                                              antonio, Dental school. He maintains a private
                                                                                                                                           advisory Board.
                                                                                    practice in san antonio, Texas which emphasizes
 www.jacobparkdds.com                                                               cosmetic and full-mouth restorations, including
                                                                                                                                           TIME
                                                                                    dental implants. He is a Fellow in the international
                                                                                    and american Colleges of Dentistry and a member        Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                                                    of numerous professional organizations including       Program: saturday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
     Please call The Office of                                       the academy of General Dentistry and the american academy of
                                                                     Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Little is a consultant for product develop-   LOCATION
  Continuing Dental Education                                        ment and clinical testing for a number of companies.                  The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                                                                                           at san antonio, Dental school
  at (210) 567-3177 to receive                                       TIME
                                                                     Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
    a $150.00 discount when                                          Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-5:00 PM
                                                                                                                                           TUITION
                                                                                                                                           Dentist: $210.00
    registering for any of the                                       LOCATION
                                                                                                                                           KDr award Dentist: $189.00
                                                                                                                                           allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
     programs listed above.                                          The University of Texas Health science Center                         KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00
                                                                     at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                                           CREDIT (Course Code: 128805a)
                                                                     TUITION                                                               aGD Code: 310                 Hours: 7
                                                                     Dentist: $210.00
                                                                     Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
                                                                     Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
                                                                     allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
                                                                     allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 20% = $128.00
                                                                     allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 15% = $136.00
                                                                                                                                                               D
                                                                     CREDIT (Course Code: 128804a)
                                                                                                                                                            ATEmat
                                                                                                                                                        UPD for e
                                                                     aGD Code: 780/250/690/135     Hours: 7




The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an                      TWO STEP SAVINGS                                                New ctur
                                                                                                                                                          le
ADA CERP Recognized Provider
                                                                            Register before December 8, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.
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           FEBRUARY 6                                     FEBRUARY 12                                                   FEBRUARY 12
                                                               Texas Brief aM                                              Texas Brief PM
   We are currently                                      Lecture/Participation Course                            Lecture Course for Dental Hygienst
                                                                                                              Dentist and Dental assistants are Welcome
                                                  Conscious Sedation Training
    developing a                                   for the Dental Office Staff                                  Periodontics, Antibiotics and
                                                           ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.                                 Aggressive Periodontitis
  Continuing Dental                             OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                 How to Identify and How to Treat
                                                                                                                     riCHarD FinLaYsOn, D.D.s.
                                                This course is designed to provide sedation specific
  Education course!                             training to the dental assistant who participates in
                                                dentistry performed under oral and iV conscious               OVERVIEW
                                                sedation. Participation in this hands-on discussion with      This course will review classification of various gingival
                                                role playing will allow the dental assistant to play a more   and periodontal diseases as it relates to clinical diagno-
                                                useful role in patient monitoring, patient recovery and       sis and treatment of aggressive Periodontitis. a review
                 Lecture Course                 emergency management.                                         of aggressive Periodontitis as a distinct entity will be
                                                                                                              given as well as rationales for treatment of this condition
                       TBD                                                                                    to include antibiotic therapies as well as novel approach-
                   TBD, D.D.s.                  OBJECTIVES
                                                  • airway manipulation through discussion, demon-            es to oral debridement. antibiotic usage, both systemi-
                                                    stration and hands-on practice.                           cally and locally for the treatment of periodontal diseases
OVERVIEW                                                                                                      will be reviewed and indications for both will be dis-
                                                  • Use and interpretation of monitors commonly
                                                    used in conscious sedation.                               cussed.
OBJECTIVES                                        • recognition and initial management of common
                                                    sedation emergencies.                                     OBJECTIVES
                                                  • iM injection technique.                                     • To be able to classify periodontal and gingival
PRESENTER                                                                                                         conditions in accordance with the classification
TBD, D.D.S.,                                      • appropriate discharge criteria.
                                                                                                                  system of the aaP Classification of Periodontal
                                                              PRESENTER                                           Diseases and Conditions international Workshop
TIME                                                                                                              in 1999.
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                 ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his
                                                              DDs degree from the University of Texas           • To be able to identify and treat all forms of
Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM                                                                                aggressive Periodontitis.
                                                              Health science Center at Houston in 1985.
                                                              in June of 1986, he completed a one year          • To understand when and what antibiotics to use
LOCATION                                                                                                          in treating susceptible periodontal diseases as
The University of Texas Health science Center                 General Practice residency at The
                                                              University of Texas Health science Center           well as proper dosages of each.
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                   • To understand the role of antibiotics in
                                                              at san antonio. Upon completion of the res-
                                                idency, Dr. Luce joined the Department of General                 periodontal therapy as well as their limits.
TUITION
Dentist: $XXX.XX                                Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science
                                                Center at san antonio. Currently he is a Clinical                          PRESENTER
                                                associate Professor at the Health science Center, and                      RICHARD FINLAYSON, D.D.S., received
CREDIT (Course Code: 128806a)                                                                                              his dental training at the University of Texas
aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7          he also maintains a part time private practice in gener-
                                                al dentistry in san antonio.                                               Health science Center at Houston, Dental
                                                                                                                           Branch in 1975 and his Periodontics certifi-
                                                His teaching duties include didactic presentations as                      cate from the UsaF Wilford Hall Medical
                                                well as clinical supervision of graduate general dentistry                 Center in 1984. He is a board certified
                                                residents. Dr. Luce served as Head of the Graduate                         periodontist who currently works full time as
                                                Division of the Department of General Dentistry and           a contract periodontist for a number of dentists in san
                                                Program Director for the General Practice residency at        antonio as well as teaching part-time in the advanced
                                                The University of Texas Health science Center at san          Education General Dentistry program at The University
                                                antonio from 1993 to 1999. He also served as the              of Texas Health science Center at san antonio. He
                                                Chairman for the Department of Hospital Dentistry at          served 23 years in the U.s. air Force as both a general
                                                the University Hospital, in san antonio during that same      dentist and periodontist, and has taught in both GPr and
                                                time period.                                                  aEGD programs, military and civilian, for the last twenty
                                                                                                              years.
                                                TIME
                                                Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                 TIME
                                                Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                             Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM
                                                                                                              Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
                                                LOCATION
                                                The University of Texas Health science Center                 LOCATION
                                                at san antonio, Dental school                                 The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                                                              at san antonio, Dental school
                                                TUITION
                                                individual: $125.00                                           TUITION
                                                                                                              individual: $125.00
                                                CREDIT (Course Code: 128811a)                                 special Discount Fee: $87.50
                                                aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 3                        (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
                                                                                                              receive discount)

                                                                                                              CREDIT (Course Code: 128812a)
                                                                                                              aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 3
                                                 SPECIAL FEE OFFER
                                                 register for the morning program and receive a 30%
                                                 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is
                                                 included for the participants attending both sessions.



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               Texas Brief aM                                                 Texas Brief PM                                               Lecture/Participation Course
     Lecture Course for Dental Hygienists                             Lecture/Participation Course for                                     Customized Direct
      A Short-Cut to Assessing                                              Dental Hygienists                                            Composite Techniques
          Periodontal Risk                                       Instrument Sharpening and                                            CHarLEs W. WaKEFiELD, D.D.s.
        HarOLD L. MEaDOr, D.D.s.                                 An Overview on Automated
                                                                                                                                 OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW
                                                                     Scaler Techniques                                           This program will review current restorative materials
Due to the recurrent nature of periodontal disease, the               HarOLD L. MEaDOr, D.D.s.                                   and the rationale for selection and clinical use of the
ongoing assessment of the patient’s periodontal health                                                                           most appropriate material in varying clinical situations.
status could be considered a big risk. The hygienist         OVERVIEW/HANDS-ON-Part I                                            The confusion between marketing and evidence-based
shares the responsibility for tracking the risk status of    instrument sharpening continues to be a mystery. Working            dentistry will be made clear. aspects to be discussed
recall patients, and is the one with primary contact with    with dull instruments increase the physical demands on the          include: selection of adhesive systems; microfill, hybrid
the patient over time. in addition, the responsibility for   operator and the discomfort of the patient while providing a        and nanofilled composites; glass ionomers, resin
monitoring the patient’s health falls on the hygienist.      sub-standard result. There have been many methods                   modified glass ionomers and compomers as liners,
                                                             developed but a method that will provide sharp instruments          luting agents and restoratives; bleaching; direct pulp
Dr. Meador developed three systems of data analysis in       one hundred percent of the time will be presented. since it         capping with calcium hydroxide or adhesive agents;
his practice. The most useful system for the hygienist,      takes only twelve to fifteen strokes to dull a curet, it becomes    biocompatibility of tooth colored restorations; esthetic
by far, is the re-Evaluation Procedure. The other two        obvious that chair side sharpening is essential for maximum         alternatives such as indirect composite, porcelain
systems can provide a valid learning experience for          efficiency.                                                         inlays/onlays/crowns and their clinical techniques. The
those interested in a very fast and efficient approach to                                                                        application of color in dentistry, principles of smile design
                                                             OBJECTIVES
diagnosis and treatment planning for periodontal                                                                                 and clinical restoration of cosmetic cases for the
                                                             after the course, participants should understand:
disease:                                                                                                                         general dentist will be described and illustrated in detail.
                                                                • Proper posture for chair-side instrument sharpening.
                                                                                                                                 Updated information on bisphosphonates in dentistry will
                                                                • The anatomy of a curet blade.
the re-evaluation procedure was developed for the                                                                                be presented.
                                                                • The eight second edging procedure.
purpose of monitoring the patient’s health status over          • The source of an economical, practical stone.
time. Because of the recurrent nature of periodontal                                                                             OBJECTIVES
                                                                • Participants can have sharp curets 100% of the time.
disease, every patient was evaluated every two or three                                                                          This session will enable the participant to confidently and
years. The decision-making flow chart and the perio risk     OVERVIEW/LECTURE- Part II                                           accurately determine shades and accomplish simple and
profile will also be described.                              This presentation will provide an overview of the world of          complex restorations using composite resin. The hands-
                                                             automated scalers. advances in technology will be                   on session will allow participants to restore Class i and
OBJECTIVES                                                   reviewed. it will focus on the capabilities of scaling the entire   Class ii posterior composites with dentin and enamel
after the course, each participant should understand:        mouth with the right and left design tips.                          replacement, occlusal groove resin tints and the optimal
   • indicators - signify what has happened by                                                                                   matrix system. in addition, a Class iV and anterior facial
                                                             OBJECTIVES                                                          composite veneer will be restored with lifelike translu-
       evidence of damage (probing depths, mobility
                                                             after the course, participants should:                              cency, dentin and enamel replacement, enamel craze
       patterns, and bone loss on x-rays).
                                                                • Understand the difference in the technologies.                 lines and characterization. Finishing and polishing tech-
   • Predictors – signify what probably will happen in
                                                                • Understand the difference in tip designs.                      niques will be refined to ensure maximum esthetics and
       the future without any changes in behavior
                                                                • Understand the difference in clinical application              longevity of the restorations.
       (plaque score, bleeding score, regularity of the
                                                                    between universal tips and right and left tips.
       long term maintenance program).
   • applying these parameters through the dynamics                       PRESENTER                                                          PRESENTER
       of patient co-discovery allows the patient’s risk                  HAROLD L. MEADOR, D.D.S., earned his                               CHARLES W. WAKEFIELD, D.D.S.,
       profile to be updated periodically and described                   dental degree at The University of Texas                           received his dental degree from the
       in very simple terms.                                              Health science Center at Houston in 1952.                          University of California at Los angeles
                                                                          He practiced general dentistry for seven                           school of Dentistry in 1971. During his
             PRESENTER                                                    years and went onto graduate training in                           career in the United states army Dental
             HAROLD L. MEADOR, D.D.S., earned his                         Periodontics at Baylor Dental College                              Corps, he completed a two-year advanced
             dental degree at The University of Texas                     which he completed in 1960. He had main-                           General Dentistry residency at Fort Knox,
             Health science Center at Houston in 1952.       tained a practice limited to Periodontics for 37 years in           Kentucky. He is currently a Tenured Professor in the
             He practiced general dentistry for seven        san antonio, Texas. although Dr. Meador is retired, he              Department of General Dentistry and Director of
             years and went onto graduate training in        continues to serve as an associate Clinical Professor in            advanced Education in General Dentistry residency
             Periodontics at Baylor Dental College           the Department of Periodontics and senior research                  Program at the Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas a & M
             which he completed in 1960. He had main-        Fellow in the Center for Health, Economics and Policy at            Health science Center at Dallas, Texas. in addition to
tained a practice limited to Periodontics for 37 years in    The University of Texas Health science Center at                    his academic appointments and research, he is also a
san antonio, Texas. although Dr. Meador is retired, he       san antonio.                                                        Consultant to the Commission on Dental accreditation
continues to serve as an associate Clinical Professor in                                                                         with the american Dental association.
the Department of Periodontics and senior research           TIME
Fellow in the Center for Health, Economics and Policy at     Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM                      Prior to joining the Baylor College of Dentistry, Dr.
The University of Texas Health science Center at             Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM                                    Wakefield served as the Director of advanced Education
san antonio.                                                                                                                     in the General Dentistry residency Program and
                                                             LOCATION                                                            Director of the Division of Operative Dentistry at the
                                                             The University of Texas Health science Center                       College of Dental Medicine, Medical University of south
TIME                                                         at san antonio, Dental school
Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                                                                    Carolina, Charleston, from 1993 to 1995.
Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM                            TUITION
                                                             individual: $125.00                                                 TIME
LOCATION                                                     special Discount Fee: $87.50                                        Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
The University of Texas Health science Center                (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to                       Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 6:00 PM
at san antonio, Dental school                                receive discount)
                                                                                                                                 LOCATION
TUITION                                                      CREDIT (Course Code: 128810a)                                       The University of Texas Health science Center
individual: $125.00                                          aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 3                              at san antonio, Dental school

CREDIT (Course Code: 128809a)                                           The Dental School thanks HuFriedy and                    TUITION
aGD Code: 490                 Hours: 3                            Morris Machine Tool & Supply for their educational             Dentist: $260.00
                                                                 grant in support of this continuing education program.
                                                                                                                                 CREDIT (Course Code: 128451a)
                                                                                                                                 aGD Code: 250                 Hours: 7
 SPECIAL FEE OFFER
 register for the morning program and receive a 30%                                                                                   The Dental School thanks Kerr for their educational
 discount on the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is              IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION                                           grant in support of this continuing education program.
 included for the participants attending both sessions.       Participants should bring their favorite curets to
                                                              the course.




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Did you know a heart attack                                                            FEBRUARY 20                                     FEBRUARY 26
occurs every 20 seconds
and about 25% who have                                                                                                                         Texas Brief aM
heart attacks do not                                                            We are currently                                               Lecture Course
realize they are                                                                                                                       OSHA and Infection
having them.                                                                     developing a                                            Control Update
                                                                                                                                GEZa T. TErEZHaLMY, D.D.s., M.a.
Prepare yourself                                                               Continuing Dental                             OVERVIEW
and your staff for                                                                                                           infections present a significant hazard in the dental envi-
the unexpected.                                                                Education course!                             ronment. although protection of the patient is an obvious
                                                                                                                             priority, oral healthcare personnel are also vulnerable to
                                                                                                                             exposure. The intent of this course is to set forth an
                                                                                                                             infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol to minimize
                                                                                                Lecture Course               the transmission of infections in the clinical process (for
                                                                                                                             the protection of patients and oral health care personnel
                                                                                                     TBD                     alike) via direct contact with blood, saliva, and other
                                                                                                 TBD, D.D.s.                 secretions; via indirect contact with contaminated instru-
                                                                                                                             ments, operatory equipment, and environmental sur-
                                                                             OVERVIEW                                        faces; and via airborne contaminant's, such as droplet
                                                                                                                             spatter and aerosols of infectious body fluids.

                                                                             OBJECTIVES                                      OBJECTIVES
                                                                                                                             Participants in this course will be introduced to evi-
                                                                             PRESENTER                                       dence-based information that will facilitate compliance
                                                                             TBD, D.D.S.,                                    with 29 CFr Part 1910.1030, Occupational Exposure to
                                                                                                                             Bloodborne Pathogens, Final rule (Federal register
                                                                             TIME                                            56(235): 64004-182, 1991 and the implementation of
                                                                             Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM   recommendations made by other federal, state, and
                                                                             Program: saturday, 9:00 aM–5:00 PM              local agencies and professional organizations.

                                                                             LOCATION                                        in addition to fulfilling your annual OsHa requirements
                                                                             The University of Texas Health science Center
 Emergency Medicine                                                          at san antonio, Dental school
                                                                                                                             upon completion of this course, oral healthcare person-
                                                                                                                             nel should be able to understand the:
   in Dentistry 3                                                            TUITION
                                                                                                                             •           The rational for and develop and implement
                                                                                                                             a practical infection Control/Exposure Control Protocol
                                                                             Dentist: $XXX.XX
     STANLEY F. MALAMED, D.D.S.                                                                                              appropriate for a particular oral healthcare setting, which
                                                                                                                             include the following essential elements:
                          presented by                                       CREDIT (Course Code: 128815a)                      • Vaccinations
     Massad Center for Higher Learning                                       aGD Code: XXX                 Hours: 7             • Personal protective equipment
          Millenium Production                                                                                                  • Work practice and engineering controls
                                                                                                                                • Environmental infection control;
For more information please call our office:                                                                                    • Post exposure evaluation and follow-up
   210-567-3177 or visit our web-site:                                                                                          • Transmission-based precautions
                                                                                                                                • Medical conditions and work restrictions
          www.smile.uthscsa.edu
               This DVD is not in stock with                                                                                              PRESENTER
 The Office of Continuing Dental Education, please contact                                                                                GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, D.D.S., M.A.,
  Dr. Joseph J. Massad’s office at 918-749-5600 or online                                                                                 received his D.D.s. degree from Case
       at www.drjoemassad.com to order your copy.                                                                                         Western reserve University in 1971; a B.s.
                                                                                                                                          degree from John Carroll University; an
                                                                                                                                          M.a. in Higher Education and Human
                                                                                                                                          Development from The George Washington
                   Visit our                                                                                                              University; and a Certificate in Oral
              CDE Testing Center                                                                                             Medicine from the national naval Dental Center. Dr.
     to earn additional self study credits.                                                                                  Terézhalmy is certified by the american Board of Oral
                                                                                                                             Medicine and the american Board of Oral and
                                                                                                                             Maxillofacial radiology (Life).
  Go to: http://smile.uthscsa.edu - click                                                                                    He is Professor and Dean Emeritus, school of Dental
                                                                                                                             Medicine, Case Western reserve University. in addition,
   CDE Testing Center to choose one                                                                                          he is a Consultant, naval Postgraduate Dental school,
          of the following tests:                                                                                            national naval Medical Center.
Dental Implant and Alternative Options • 3.00 credit hours • $20.00
                                                                                                                             TIME
Difficult Dentures Made Easier: An Alternative to Dental Implants
                                                                                                                             Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria,: 8:00
5.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                                                                                                             Program: Friday, 9:00 aM-12:00 PM
Emergency Medicine in Dentistry • 7.00 credit hours • $20.00
Emergency Medicine in Dentistry 3 • 8.00 credit hours • $20.00
                                                                                                                             LOCATION
Legal Considerations for Today's Practitioner • 2.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                                                                                                             The University of Texas Health science Center
Local Anesthesia • 4.00 credit hours • $20.00
                                                                                                                             at san antonio, Dental school
Massad Edentulous Impression Trays • 2.00 credit hours • $10.00
Predictable Complete Dentures • 6.00 credit hours • $15.00
                                                                                                                             TUITION
Predictable Complete Dentures III - Platinum DVD Edition
                                                                                                                             individual: $125.00
Disc 1 • 2.0 credit hours • $10.00
Predictable Complete Dentures III - Platinum DVD Edition
                                                                                                                             CREDIT (Course Code: 128816a)
Disc 2 • 4.0 credit hours • $10.00
                                                                                                                             aGD Code: 148                 Hours: 3
Predictable Complete Dentures III - Platinum DVD Edition
Disc 3 • 5.50 credit hours • $10.00
Predictable Complete Dentures III - Platinum DVD Edition
Disc 4 • 2.50 credit hours • $10.00                                                                                           SPECIAL FEE OFFER
Predictable Complete Dentures: Helpful Hints • 6.00 credit hours •                                                            register for the morning program and receive 30% off
$15.00                                                                                                                        the afternoon Texas Brief. Lunch is included for
                                                                                                                              participants attending both sessions.
                 *Note these are tests only, not courses.
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          FEBRUARY 26                                              FebruAry 26-27                                                           FebruAry 27
                  Texas Brief PM                              TsBDE-approved Course for Certification                                               a Lecture Course
                  Lecture Course                                   Enteral (Oral) Conscious                                                Prevention in Clinical
       HIV/AIDS: Necessary                                         Sedation and Emergency                                                    Oral Health Care
    Information for the Dentist                                          Procedures                                               DaViD P. CaPPELLi, D.M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.
                                                                                                                                     COnniE C. MOBLEY, Ph.D., r.D.
       and the Dental Team                                       DaViD M. GrOGan, D.D..s., M.s.D.
          aLiCia G. GaLVan, D.D.s.                                   ErnEsT B. LUCE, D.D.s.                                       OBJECTIVES
                                                                                                                                  at the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:
OVERVIEW                                                     OVERVIEW                                                                 • Explain components of risk assessment for dental
according to recent Center for Disease Control statis-       The course will provide information to meet the enteral                     caries, periodontal disease, and oral cancer.
tics, there are an estimated 1,039,000 to 1,185,000 per-     conscious sedation and emergency procedures. This is                     • apply risk assessment tools to identify patients who
sons in the United states living with HiV/aiDs, 24-27%       a required course for dentists on the rules and                             are at risk for oral disease(s).
of which are undiagnosed and unaware of their HiV            regulations for the Texas state Board of Dental                          • apply prevention strategies based upon risk
infection. in many instances the health care profession-     Examiners to qualify for an enteral sedation permit.                        factors for these oral diseases.
al who may be credited with helping a patient become
aware of an HiV/aiDs diagnosis is the dentist, as many       OBJECTIVES                                                           OVERVIEW
clinical indicators of HiV/aiDs initially manifest orally.     • Current TsBDE rules and regulations.                             This course describes risk assessment tools for oral dis-
Furthermore as new antiretroviral medications emerge,          • Outline the pharmacology of commonly utilized                    eases that can be used to provide a framework for the
the HiV/aiDs patient is now managed as a chronic ill-            oral sedatives and techniques.                                   application of disease prevention strategies in practice. The
ness patient due to an extended lifespan associated with       • Weigh advantages, disadvantages of oral                          first section of this course will outline concepts and compo-
these medications. Dr. Galvan will discuss these topics          medications.                                                     nents of risk assessment for dental caries, periodontal dis-
as well as the dental management of the HiV/aiDs               • Discuss medical considerations for sedation.                     ease and oral cancer. The second section of this course
patient at different phases of the disease. Participants       • address pediatric considerations.                                takes the risk assessment tools and applies them to a plan
will also review potential drug interactions between anti-     • Comprehensive review of patient evaluation                       of prevention for these diseases. in this program, the
retrovirals and medications commonly utilized and pre-           including medical history and vital signs.                       attendee will discuss and examine protocols for both risk
scribed by dentists.                                           • interactive patients scenarios.                                  assessment and prevention. The course uses case-based
                                                               • Clinical demonstration and Management skills                     assessments to demonstrate how a risk assessment
OBJECTIVES                                                       session.                                                         approach can be applied to preventive practice that will
  • History and mechanism of HiV/aiDs                                       PRESENTERS                                            enhance current practice. Challenges and opportunities for
  • Extraoral and intraoral clinical indicators of                          DAVID M. GROGAN, D.D.S., M.S.D., graduated            risk based approaches to patient care, predicated on evi-
    HiV/aiDs                                                                from the Baylor College of Dentistry in 1981. He      dence-based practice, will be introduced. The course is
  • Pertinent medical information that is necessary                         continued his post graduate training and received     guided by the book, Prevention in Clinical Oral Health Care.
    to dentally manage a patient with HiV/aiDs                              his Certificate and MsD degree in Oral and and
  • The impact OF HiV/aiDs on the dental                                    Maxillofacial surgery from Baylor College of                       PRESENTERS
    community                                                               Dentistry in 1986. He is currently an assistant                    DAVID P. CAPPELLI, D.M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.,
                                                                            Professor in the Department of Oral and
                                                                                                                                               is an associate Professor with Tenure in the
                                                                            Maxillofacial surgery and Pharmacology at the
             PRESENTER                                                                                                                         Department of Community Dentistry. Dr.
                                                             Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas a&M University system Health
             AlLICIA G. GALVAN, D.D.S., received her         science Center in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining the faculty at                  Cappelli received his D.M.D. and M.P.H. from
             dental degree from The University of Texas      Baylor, he maintained a private practice limited to Oral and                      the University of Pittsburgh. He was awarded
             Health science Center at san antonio,           Maxillofacial surgery in Waco, Texas from 1986 to 1999.                           a certificate in Dental Public Health from the
             Dental school in 2002 and completed a                                                                                             University of Texas Health science Center at
             two- year general practice residency pro-                     ERNEST B. LUCE, D.D.S., received his DDs               san antonio, Department of Community Dentistry and a
             gram at UTHsCsa and University Hospital.                      degree from the University of Texas Health science     Ph.D. in Epidemiology from the University of Texas Health
             Dr. Galvan is currently a Clinical assistant                  Center at Houston in 1985. in June of 1986, he         science Center at Houston, school of Public Health. Dr.
Professor in the Postdoctoral Division in the Department                   completed a one year General Practice residency        Cappelli is a Diplomate of The american Board of Dental
of General Dentistry at the Dental school where she                        at The University of Texas Health science Center       Public Health. He maintains an adjunct appointment in the
serves as the Director of advanced Education. she is                       at san antonio. Upon completion of the residency,      UTHsCsa Graduate school of Biomedical sciences and
also conducting clinical research at UTHsCsa and the                       Dr. Luce joined the Department of General
                                                                                                                                  the school of allied Health sciences, Department of
                                                                           Dentistry at The University of Texas Health science
Cancer Therapy and research Center that involves the                                                                              Dental Hygiene.
                                                                           Center at san antonio. Currently he is a Clinical
prevalence of oral candidiasis in oral cancer patients       associate Professor at the Health science Center, and he
receiving concurrent radiation and chemotherapy. a           also maintains a part time private practice in general dentistry                   CONNIE M. MOBLEY, M.S., Ph.D., earned
member of the Hospital Dentistry Department at UTH-          in san antonio.                                                                    her Ms degree in Dietetics and nutrition from
sCsa, Dr. Galvan is also a member of the american                                                                                               Florida international University in Miami,
association of Hospital Dentists.                            TIME                                                                               Florida in 1981, and her PhD degree in adult
                                                             Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM                                      Education and nutrition from Texas a&M
TIME                                                         Program: Friday, 9:00 aM – 5:00 PM                                                 University in College station, Texas in 1993.
Check-in: D.s. Cafeteria, 12:30 PM                           saturday, 8:00 aM – 4:00 PM                                                        Dr. Mobley, is a tenured professor in the
Program: Friday, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM                                                                                                                Department of Professional studies and the
                                                             LOCATION                                                             associate Dean of research in the school of Dental
LOCATION                                                     The University of Texas Health science Center                        Medicine at the University of nevada, Las Vegas. she is a
The University of Texas Health science Center                at san antonio, Dental school                                        registered dietitian recognized for her work in dental nutri-
at san antonio, Dental school                                                                                                     tion and prevention of diabetes. she was a Professor at the
                                                             TUITION                                                              University of Texas Health science Center in san antonio
TUITION                                                      Dentist: $470.00                                                     with dual appointments in the Department of Medicine and
individual: $125.00                                          Dentist: $470.00 - 20% = $376.00                                     Community Dentistry for 14 years.
special Discount Fee: $87.50                                 Dentist: $470.00 - 15% = $399.50
(Must register for the morning Texas Brief to                                                                                     TIME
receive discount)                                            CREDIT (Course Code: 128818a)                                        Check-in & Breakfast: D.s. Cafeteria, 8:00 aM
                                                             aGD Code: 132                 Hours: 14                              Program: saturday, 9:00 aM - 5:00 PM
CREDIT (Course Code: 128817a)
aGD Code: 750                 Hours: 3                                                                                            LOCATION
                                                                                                                                  The University of Texas Health science Center
                                                                                                                                  at san antonio, Dental school

                                                                                TWO STEP SAVINGS                                  TUITION
                                                                                                                                  Dentist: $210.00
                                                                   Register before December 29, 2009 to receive a 20% discount.   KDr award Dentist: $189.00
                                                                    Register before January 28, 2010 to receive a 15% discount.   allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
                                                                                                                                  KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $144.00

                                                                                                                                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128820a)
                                                                                                                                  aGD Code: 730                 Hours: 7



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                                                      The University of Texas
                                                       Health Science Center
                                                              at San Antonio
                                                                                  presents
Rollie Meffert, D.D.S.




                                                              The15th
                                                    Annual Preceptorship in
                                                      Dental Implantology
                                                                                   honoring
                                                                   Roland M. Meffert, D.D.S.
                                                                                   2009 - 2010
                                                                             six weekend sessions
                                                                   starting October 9 - 11, 2009
        PRECEPTORSHIP CO-DIRECTORS
        ROBERT CRONIN, JR., D.D.S., M.S.              For CoUrSE InForMATIon SEE PAGE 16
        BRIAN L. MEALEY, D.D.S., M.S.

48                       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                        (210) 567-3177
                             DENTAL TEAM WEEKEND
             Give your team the opportunity to support your investment in education
                       by taking advantage of this incredible opportunity!


MARC H 12, 2010                                                                                                                   MARC H 13, 2010
A Lecture Course                                                                                                                  A Lecture Course
Dental Team Implant Certification Program                                                                                         Essential Skills for the
LYNN D. MORTILLA, RDH                                                                                                             Dental Implant Team
Is your team ready for this new journey? Can they identify “why” patients may prefer this treatment? Do they appre-               JOY MILLIS, CSP
ciate your passion for this modality of treatment? Do they understand the differences of treatment options? Can they
define these differences clearly for patients? Do they know the right questions to ask when uncovering a patient’s                OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                  Management and communication skills go hand-in-hand with
motivation for tooth replacement? This course is designed to get everyone in your office speaking the same language               the clinical skills necessary to provide implant dentistry.
to patients!                                                                                                                      Marketing the service, answering questions, maintaining patient
                                                                                                                                  records, coordinating treatment, quoting fees, making financial
Upon completion of this program participants                     • Describe important techniques for effective                    arrangements and risk management will be discussed. Handout
will be able to:                                                   case presentation                                              materials provided will assist in the rapid implementation of
• Develop an appreciation for the role of dental                 • Understand how to discuss treatment fees and present           skills learned and systems discussed during this program.
  implants in the maintenance of oral health                       financial options
• Identify patients who would benefit from implant               • Review the techniques and skills involved in                   OBJECTIVES
  therapy & learn the consequences of no treatment                 implant maintenance                                            At the conclusion of this program, participants should
• Identify potential medical & medicinal complications           • Develop techniques for good intra/inter office                 be able to:
  related to implant dentistry                                     communication and documentation                                    • Increase the likelihood that patients will act on
• Develop a knowledge base related to treatment                  • Understand the laboratory procedures involved in                      treatment recommendations.
  planning implant cases                                           implant therapy                                                    • Improve the quality of the practice/patient relationship.
• Understand the causative factors of implant success                                                                                 • Reduce the risk to the patients and the practice by
  & failure                                                                                                                              developing a system of continual care
                                                                                                                                         and communication.
                                                                                                                                      • Quote and collect appropriate fees for quality care.
COURSE OUTLINE:                                                  • Pharmacology & sedation
                                                                                                                                      • Take insurance out of the doctor/patient relationship
Introduction & Definitions                                       • Surgical preparation and infection control
• Rationale for dental implants                                  • Surgical procedures                                                              PRESENTER
• Historical overview                                            • Ancillary procedures: sinus lifts, bone grafts, tissue                           JOY MILLIS, CSP, is a successful entrepre-
• Contraindications                                              regeneration                                                                       neur. Her business development firm Joy of
• Criteria for success                                           Implant Prosthodontic Procedures                                                   Communication, equips and motivates profes-
Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment Planning                       • Provisional prostheses & fabrication of temporaries                              sionals to implement quality-based marketing
• Client evaluation and assessment                               • Impressions                                                                      and communication skills. She has earned the
• Diagnostic and adjunctive procedures                           • Types of superstructures                                                         prestigious Certified Speaking professional
• Treatment planning, site selection, and                        • Laboratory considerations                                                        (CSP) designation from the National
  implant selection                                              Maintenance & Evaluation Procedures                                                Speakers Association. Ms. Millis also serves
• Risk management                                                • Professional care, armamentaria, and techniques                on the visiting faculty of The Medical College of Georgia,
• Implant complications and failures                             • Client education and care                                      Howard University, The University of Miami and The University
Patient Interaction                                              • Management of implant complications and failures               of Texas Health Science Center where she teaches manage-
• Case presentation & handling objections                        • Evaluation and post-treatment care                             ment excellence for implant dentistry.
• Commonly asked questions and                                   Marketing
  appropriate responses                                          • Increasing your patient base                                   TIME
• Fee presentation                                               • Common marketing techniques                                    Check-in & Breakfast: D.S. Cafeteria, 8:00 AM
• Financial options and arrangements                             • Referrals and intra/inter office communications                Program: Saturday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Implant Surgical Procedures                                                                                                       LOCATION
• Surgical guides & templates                                                                                                     The University of Texas Health Science Center
                                                                                                                                  at San Antonio, Dental School
              PRESENTER                                                                                                           TUITION
              LYNN D. TERRACCIANO-MORTILLA, RDH, has spent two decades working in dentistry. She is a gradu-                      Dentist: $210.00
              ate of the dental hygiene program at the State University of New York at Farmingdale. Her studies and work          Allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
              with implants began immediately after her licensure. She has been involved with the International Congress of       Special Discount Fee: $144.00
              Oral Implantologists for 13 years and is the Executive Director of their auxiliary section, the ADIA (Association   (Must register for the Implant Certification course
              of Dental Implant Auxiliaries). Lynn has focused her work with the ADIA on the world wide implant education         on March 12 to receive discount.)
              delivered via Implant Certification Programs in dental hygiene, practice management, dental assisting and
              has also created the Implant Coordinator training Program. She can be reached at (727) 642-3280 or                  CREDIT (Course Code: 128825A)
email: LDTRDH@aol.com.                                                                                                            AGD Code: 550 Hours: 7


TIME                                                             TUITION
Check-in & Breakfast: D.S. Cafeteria, 7:30 AM                    ADIA & PM Member: $328.50
Program: Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM                               Non-Member: $378.50

LOCATION                                                         CREDIT (Course Code: 128823A) Hours: 7
The University of Texas
Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School



                                     SPECIAL INFORMATION
                                     Upon completion of this program, the participant will be eligible for membership status of the Association of Dental
                                     Implant Auxiliaries (ADIA). Register for the Dental Team Implant Certification Program and Essential
                                     Skills for the Dental Implant Team, and receive a discount on the March 13, 2010 course.
                                                                                                                       http://smile.uthscsa.edu
                                   AUGUST REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
(127148A) August 8
Practice Growth Through Esthetic Regeneration and Implant
Dentistry
o individual: $270.00

(127066A) August 13
LFL: Preservative Management of Dental Caries
o individual: $49.50

(127063A) August 14
The Essentials of Endodontics: Understand & Utilize Evidence
Based Concepts to Maximize Your Clinical Success
o Dentist: $260.00

(127064A) August 14
TBAM: “Dental Caries: Advances in Detection and Disease
Management”
o individual: $125.00

(127065A) August 14
TBPM: Assessing Anesthetic Options for
Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy
o individual: $125.00
o special Discount Fee: $87.50
(Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
receive discount)

(127071A) August 28
Review Course in Enteral (Oral) Conscious Sedation
o Dentist: $210.00

(127072A) August 28
Dentistry and the Aging Population
o Dentist: $210.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00

(126415B) August 28                                                                         Dr. Sam Strong graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1974. He has been
Why Should General Dentists Learn to Surgically Place                                       involved in implant prosthetics and teaching since 1985. His lectures within the U.S.
and Restore Dental Implants?                                                                and internationally have received acclaim from restorative and surgical specialists,
o Dentist: $270.00                                                                          laboratory and dental staff members.




                                                                                                                           Dental School___________________________
   REGISTRATION FORM                                                 Name:_________________________________
Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.                                                                        Year of Graduation________________________
Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________
tion form.
                                                                                                                           Specialty/Position_________________________
PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT
is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a                                                                   Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
course as a course packet will be available at the time of           Office Address___________________________             Check#________________________________
check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental
Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to             Suite No._______________________________              __VISA         __MasterCard            __Discover
(210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration
form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________             Card No._______________________________
to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                           Include the last three numbers on the
UTHSCSA                                                              Home Address___________________________               signature part of the card___________________
Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930
7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                                City/State/Zip___________________________             Exp. Date_______________________________
San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________              Card Holder’s Name____________________

                                                                     Home Phone____________________________                __________________________________

                                                                     E-Mail Address___________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider
                                                                     Fax No.________________________________

50       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                                 (210) 567-3177
                           SEPTEMBER REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
(127074A) September 10                                               (128459A) September 18                                 (128467A) September 25
LFL: Surgical Considerations for the NeXsmile                        Contemporary Management of Traumatic                   TB AM: “Lawsuits, Dental Board Investigations, and
Procedure                                                            Dental Injuries                                        Other Bad Things That Can Happen to a Dental
o individual: $49.50                                                 o Dentist: $210.00                                     Practice!” How to Avoid These Setbacks in Your
                                                                     o KDr award Dentist: $189.00                           Dental Office.
(128453A) Practical Excellence in Restorative Dentistry              o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00                     o individual: $125.00
2009-2010                                                            o KDr award aDP: $144.00
o Dentist: $4,837.50                                                                                                        (128469A) September 25
save $837.50 off the tuition fee by making a one-time                (128460A) September 19                                 TB PM: Annual Fall OSHA Training Course: The In’s
payment of $4,000 (which includes a non-refundable                   Dental Sleep Medicine: Snoring and Obstructive Sleep   and Out’s of Germ Warfare
$500 deposit) by august 3, 2009.                                     ApneaWhat Every Dentist Should Know About this Life    o individual: $125.00
                                                                     Threatening Medical Disorder                           o special Discount Fee: $87.50
o Dentist: We received a non-refundable deposit of $500              o Dentist: $210.00                                     (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to
                                                                     o Dental allied Personnel: $170.00                     receive discount)
before July 13, 2009 and you now qualify for $437.50 off the
full tuition fee.                                                    (128461A) September 18                                 (128471A) September 25
                                                                     A Team Approach to Prevention and Management of        Alternative Medications and Their Impact on Patient Care
o Dentist: We received a non-refundable deposit of $500              Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office               o Dentist: $210.00
between July 13 and august 3, 2009 and you now qualify for           o Dentist: $210.00                                     o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
$237.50 off the full tuition fee.                                    o Dental allied Personnel: $170.00                     o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
                                                                                                                            o Dental allied Personnel: $170.00
(128452A) September 11                                               (128462A) September 19                                 o Dental allied Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00
Texas State Board of Dental Examiners Required                       Update on Common Medical Conditions and Lesions        o Dental allied Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50
Dental Assistant’s Registration Course and                           Encountered in the Contemporary Dental Practice
Examination                                                          o Dentist: $210.00                                     (128472A) September 25
o individual: $240.00                                                o individual: $160.00                                  Practical Approach to Oral Pathology in
o individual: $240.00 - 20% = $192.00                                                                                       Clinical Practice
o individual: $240.00 - 15% = $204.00                                (128463A) September 19                                 o Dentist: $210.00
                                                                     All Ceramic Restorations                               o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
(128455A) September 11-12                                            o Dentist: $210.00
Fall Enteral Conscious Sedation and Emergency                        o individual: $160.00                                  (128473A) September 26
Procedures                                                                                                                  LHFDSC: A Team Approach to Prevention and
o Dentist: $470.00                                                   (128464A) September 19                                 Management of Medical Emergencies in the
o Dentist: $470.00 - 20% = $376.00                                   LHDSC: The Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea        Dental Office
o Dentist: $470.00 - 15% = $399.50                                   Using Oral Appliances                                  o individual with game ticket: $235.00
                                                                     o individual with game ticket: $260.00                 o individual without game ticket: $165.00
(128457A) September 12                                               o individual without game ticket: $165.00              ___number of additional tickets @ $70.00
Incorporating a Computer Guided Implant Surgical                     ___number of additional tickets @ $95.00               ___number of additional Pregame Meals @ $15.00 each
Placement System Into Your Dental Practice                           ___number of additional Pregame Meals @ $15.00 each
o Dentist: $470.00
o Dentist: $470.00 - 20% = $376.00                                   (128465A) September 24-26
o Dentist: $470.00 - 15% = $399.50                                   AO Carlsbad, CA: Advanced Course in Dental
                                                                     Implantology at the Zimmer Institute
(128138A) September 18                                               o Dentist: $2000
AO: Victoria, TX: The Treatment of Obstructive Sleep                 o Dentist: $2000 - 20% = $1600
Apnea Using Oral Appliances                                          o Dentist: $2000 - 15% = $1700
o Dentist: $209.50




   REGISTRATION FORM                                                 Name:_________________________________                 Dental School___________________________
 Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.
 Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________             Year of Graduation________________________
 tion form.

 PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT                          Specialty/Position_________________________
 is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a
 course as a course packet will be available at the time of          Office Address___________________________              Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
 check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental                                                                      Check#________________________________
 Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to            Suite No._______________________________
 (210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration                                                                       __VISA       __MasterCard          __Discover
 form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________
 to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                            Card No._______________________________
 UTHSCSA                                                             Home Address___________________________                Include the last three numbers on the
 Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930                                                                                       signature part of the card___________________
 7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                               City/State/Zip___________________________
 San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900                                                                                              Exp. Date_______________________________
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                            Card Holder’s Name____________________
                                                                     Home Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                            __________________________________
                                                                     E-Mail Address__________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider                                         Fax No.________________________________


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                               OCTOBER REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
(128475A) October 2                                                  (128484A) October 16-17                                   to receive discount)
Fall Nitrous Oxide Conscious                                         An Introduction to Surgical Implantology
SedationHands-On Training Course                                     o Dentist: $995.00                                        (128495A) October 24
o Dentist: $312.00                                                   o Dentist: $995.00 - 20% = $796.00                        TBD
o allied Dental Personnel: $210.00                                   o Dentist: $995.00 - 15% = $846.00                        o Dentist: $XXX.XX
                                                                     o allied Dental Personnel: $500.00                        o individual: $XXX.XX
(127075A) October 8                                                  o allied Dental Personnel: $500.00 - 20% = $400.00
LFL: Dental Laser Systems                                            o allied Dental Personnel: $500.00 - 15% = $425.00        (128496A) October 24
o individual: $49.50                                                                                                           TBD
                                                                     (128485A) October 17                                      o Dentist: $XXX.XX
(128477A) October 9                                                  Long Term Success in Endodontics                          o individual: $XXX.XX
Differential TMD Diagnoses and Treatments for                        o Dentist: $260.00
General Practitioners                                                                                                          (128497A) October 30
o individual: $240.00                                                (128488A) October 17                                      TB AM: A Spanish Class for the
                                                                     TBD                                                       Dental Office Vamos al Dentista (Let’s Go to the
(128480A) October 10                                                 o Dentist: $XXX.XX                                        Dentist) Part I: Introduction to Spanish
Socket Grafting and Bone Augmentation Using                          o individual: $XXX.XX                                     o individual: $125.00
Bone Substitutes and Growth Factors
o Dentist: $380.00                                                   (128489A) October 23                                      (128498A) October 30
                                                                     TB AM: OSHA and Infection Control Update                  TB PM: A Spanish Class for the Dental Office Vamos
(128481A) October 10                                                 o individual: $125.00                                     al Dentista (Let’s Go to the Dentist) Part II: Dental
LHFDSC: Beam Me Up Scotty! The Future                                                                                          Terminology
of Dentistry                                                         (128490A) October 23                                      o individual: $125.00
o individual with game ticket: $245.00                               TB PM: HIV/AIDS: Necessary Information for the Dentist    o special Discount Fee: $87.50
o individual without game ticket: $165.00                            and the Dental Team                                       (Must register for the morning Texas Brief
___number of additional tickets @ $80.00                             o individual: $125.00                                     to receive discount)
___number of additional Pregame Meals @ $15.00 each                  o special Discount Fee: $87.50
                                                                     (Must register for the morning Texas Brief                (128499A) October 30-31
(128482A) October 16                                                 to receive discount)                                      Full-Arch Rehabilitation With the
Have You Been Sued Yet? New Challenges in Risk                                                                                 All-on-4™ Technique
Management and Record Keeping                                        (128491A) October 23                                      o Dentist: $625.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   Pediatric Dentistry Update for the General Practitioner   o i do not wish to attend the game
o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                   o Dentist: $210.00
o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                   o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                        o i do wish to attend the game
o allied Dental Personnel: $125.00                                   o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                        o i wish to purchase additional tickets
o allied Dental Personnel: $125.00 - 20% = $100.00                   o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                        ____________@ $100.00 each - 128499B
o allied Dental Personnel: $125.00 - 15% = $106.00                   o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00
                                                                     o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50        (128501A) October 31
(128483A) October 16                                                                                                           A Tooth’s Lifeline: Revisiting the Dental Pulp
The Precision Prosthesis, The Use of                                 (128492A) October 23                                      o Dentist: $210.00
Attachments in Dentistry                                             TB AM: Conscious Sedation Training for the Dental         o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   Office Staff                                              o i do not wish to attend the game
o Certified Dental Technician: $170.00                               o individual: $125.00
                                                                                                                               o i do wish to attend the game
                                                                     (128494A) October 24                                      o i wish to purchase additional tickets
                                                                     TB PM: Periodontics, Antibiotics and Aggressive           ____________@ $100.00 each - 128501B
                                                                     Periodontitis – How to Identify and How to Treat
                                                                     o individual: $125.00
                                                                     o special Discount Fee: $87.50
                                                                     (Must register for the morning Texas Brief

                                                                                                                               Dental School___________________________
  REGISTRATION FORM                                                  Name:_________________________________
Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.                                                                            Year of Graduation________________________
Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________
tion form.
                                                                                                                               Specialty/Position_________________________
PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT
is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a                                                                       Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
course as a course packet will be available at the time of           Office Address___________________________                 Check#________________________________
check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental
Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to             Suite No._______________________________                  __VISA        __MasterCard        __Discover
(210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration
form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________                 Card No._______________________________
to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                               Include the last three numbers on the
UTHSCSA                                                              Home Address___________________________                   signature part of the card___________________
Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930
7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                                City/State/Zip___________________________                 Exp. Date_______________________________
San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________                  Card Holder’s Name____________________

                                                                     Home Phone____________________________                    __________________________________

                                                                     E-Mail Address___________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider
                                                                     Fax No.________________________________

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     NOVEMBER/DECEMBER REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
NOVEMBER COURSES                                                     (128512A) November 20                                             (128531A) December 5
                                                                     Endodontics 101                                                   Esthetic and Functional Considerations in
(128502A) November 6                                                 o Dentist: $270.00                                                Implant Dentistry
Oral Cancer: From Diagnosis to Management                                                                                              o Dentist: $210.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   (128513A) November 20
o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                   TBD                                                               (128535A) December 11
o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                   o Dentist: $XXX.XX                                                Clinical Pharmacology for the Dental Professional
o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                                                                                     o Dentist: $210.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 20% = $136.00                   (128515A) November 21                                             o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00 - 15% = $144.50                   TBD                                                               o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50
                                                                     o Dentist: $XXX.XX                                                o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
(128503A) November 6                                                                                                                   o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 20% = $128.00
How a Team Approach to Thorough Dentistry Can                        (128516A) November 21                                             o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 15% = $136.00
Revolutionize Your Practice                                          Oral Surgery for the General Dentist
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   o Dentist: $210.00                                                (128537A) December 11
o allied Dental Personnel: $125.00                                   o KDr award Dentist: $189.00                                      Differential TMD Diagnoses and Treatments
                                                                     o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                for the General Dentist
(128504A) November 6-7                                               o KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00                      o individual: $240.00
review Course in Parenteral (iv) Conscious Sedation &
Medical emergencies in the Dental Office                             (128517A) November 21                                             (128539A) December 12
o Dentist: $470.00                                                   LHFDSC: Immediate Placement, Restoration and                      Restorative Materials: What, Where, When and How
                                                                     Function of Dental Implants                                       o Dentist: $260.00
(128506A) November 7                                                 o individual with game ticket: $245.00                            o Dentist: $260.00 - 20% = $208.00
Treating the Edentulous Patient                                      o individual without game ticket: $165.00                         o Dentist: $260.00 - 15% = $221.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   ___number of additional tickets @ $80.00                          o allied Dental Personnel: $200.00
o KDr award Dentist: $189.00                                         ___number of additional Pregame Meals @ $15.00 each               o allied Dental Personnel: $200.00 - 20% = $160.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                                                                                     o allied Dental Personnel: $200.00 - 15% = $170.00
o KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00                         DECEMBER COURSES
                                                                                                                                       (128533A) December 12
(128507A) November 7                                                 (128518A) December 4-5                                            Oral Surgery Principles and Pitfalls
Embracing the Latest Technology in 3-D Imaging                       TBD                                                               o Dentist: $125.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   o Dentist: $XXX.XX
o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
                                                                     (128519A) December 4
(128509A) November 7                                                 TBD
LFDSC: Clinicopathologic Conference of Common                        o Dentist: $XXX.XX
Oral Conditions
o individual with game ticket: $235.00                               (128520A) December 4
o individual without game ticket: $165.00                            TBAM: “Lawsuits, Dental Board Investigations, and
___number of additional tickets @ $70.00                             Other Bad Things That Can Happen to a Dental
___number of additional Pregame Meals @ $15.00 each                  Practice!” How to Avoid These Setbacks in Your
                                                                     Dental Office.
(128510A) November 13                                                o individual: $125.00
The 26th Annual James P. Hollers Memorial Lectureship
Emergency Medicine in Dentistry                                      (128521A) December 4
o individual: $180.00                                                TBPM: LAST CHANCE: Annual OSHA Training Course
o individual: $180.00 - 20% = $144.00                                o individual: $125.00
o individual: $180.00 - 15% = $153.00                                o special Discount Fee: $87.50
o “a Man of Works: The Life of James P. Hollers”=$35.00              (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to receive discount)




                                                                                                                                       Dental School___________________________
  REGISTRATION FORM                                                  Name:_________________________________
 Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.                                                                                   Year of Graduation________________________
 Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________
 tion form.
                                                                                                                                       Specialty/Position_________________________
 PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT
 is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a                                                                              Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
 course as a course packet will be available at the time of          Office Address___________________________                         Check#________________________________
 check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental
 Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to            Suite No._______________________________                          __VISA       __MasterCard         __Discover
 (210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration
 form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________                         Card No._______________________________
 to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                                       Include the last three numbers on the
 UTHSCSA                                                             Home Address___________________________                           signature part of the card___________________
 Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930
 7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                               City/State/Zip___________________________                         Exp. Date_______________________________
 San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________                          Card Holder’s Name____________________

                                                                     Home Phone____________________________                            __________________________________

                                                                     E-Mail Address___________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider
                                                                     Fax No.________________________________

(210) 567-3177                                                                                                                                        http://smile.uthscsa.edu              53
                                 JANUARY REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
(128775A) January 9                                                  (128781A) January 16                            (128789A) January 28-30
Periodontal Disease Linked to Systemic                               Rehabilitation of the Terminal Dentition        Advanced Course in Dental Implantology
Diseases                                                             Using the All-On-4™                             at the Zimmer Institute
o Dentist: $260.00                                                   o Dentist: $260.00                              o Dentist: $2000
                                                                                                                     o Dentist: $2000 - 20% = $1600
(128776A) January 14 through October 7, 2010                         (128782A) January 16                            o Dentist: $2000 - 15% = $1700
Luncheons for Learning Series                                        TBD
o individual: $399.50                                                o Dentist: $XXX.XX                              (128798A) January 29
                                                                                                                     Embracing the Latest Technology in 3-D
(128777A) January 14                                                 (128783A) January 16                            Imaging
LFL: TBD                                                             TBD                                             o Dentist: $210.00
o individual: $49.50                                                 o Dentist: $XXX.XX                              o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00

(128778A) January 15                                                 (128784A) January 22                            (128799A) January 29
Seven Ways to Avoid Carpal Tunnel Syndrome                           Blending State-of-the-Art Techniques with the   Texas State Board of Dental Examiners
(This is not just another Scaling and Root Planing                   New ERA Implant for Overdenture Support         Required Dental Assistant’s Registration Course
course)                                                              o Dentist: $270.00                              and Examination
o individual: $210.00                                                                                                o individual: $240.00
o individual: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                (128785A) January 22                            o individual: $240.00 - 20% = $192.00
o individual: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                TB AM: Sedation Emergency in My Dental Office   o individual: $240.00 - 15% = $204.00
o instructional Videotape & Manual: $20.00                           Will My Staff Be Prepared?
                                                                     o individual: $125.00                           (128801A) January 30
(128779A) January 15                                                                                                 Incorporating Basic Dental Implants into
Dental Digital Diagnosis and Treatment: New                          (128788A) January 23                            Your General Practice
Tools for Predictable Results                                        Pediatric Dentistry Update for the General      o Dentist: $260.00
o Dentist: $260.00                                                   Practitioner                                    o allied Dental Personnel: $200.00
o KDr award Dentist: $234.00                                         o Dentist: $210.00
                                                                     o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00              (128802A) January 30
(128800A) January 15                                                 o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50              TBD
Pharmacology Update                                                  o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00              o Dentist: $XXX.XX
o Dentist: $240.00                                                   o allied Dental Personnel:
o KDr award Dentist: $216.00                                         $170.00-20%= $136.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $190.00                                   o allied Dental Personnel:
o KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $171.00                         $170.00-15%= $144.50

(128780A) January 15                                                 (XXXXXXX) January 23
TBD                                                                  TBD
o Dentist: $XXX.XX                                                   o Dentist: $XXX.XX




  REGISTRATION FORM                                                  Name:_________________________________          Dental School___________________________
 Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.
 Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________      Year of Graduation________________________
 tion form.

 PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT                   Specialty/Position_________________________
 is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a
 course as a course packet will be available at the time of          Office Address___________________________       Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
 check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental                                                               Check#________________________________
 Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to            Suite No._______________________________
 (210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration                                                                __VISA     __MasterCard      __Discover
 form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________
 to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                     Card No._______________________________
 UTHSCSA                                                             Home Address___________________________         Include the last three numbers on the
 Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930                                                                                signature part of the card___________________
 7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                               City/State/Zip___________________________
 San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900                                                                                       Exp. Date_______________________________
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                     Card Holder’s Name____________________
                                                                     Home Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                     __________________________________
                                                                     E-Mail Address___________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider                                         Fax No.________________________________

54       http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                                                                 (210) 567-3177
               FEBRUARY/MARCH REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
(128803A) February 4                                                 (128812A) February 12                              (128818A) February 26-27
LFL: TBD                                                             TXB PM: Instrument Sharpening and An Overview on   Enteral (Oral) Conscious Sedation and Emergency
o individual: $49.50                                                 Automated Scaler Techniques                        Procedures
                                                                     o individual: $125.00                              o Dentist: $470.00
(128804A) February 5                                                 o special Discount Fee: $87.50                     o Dentist: $470.00 - 20% = $376.00
Possibilities in Dentistry: Cosmetic, Restorative, and               (Must register for the morning Texas Brief to      o Dentist: $470.00 - 15% = $399.50
Implant Dentistry Including Laser Assisted Therapy                   receive discount)
o Dentist: $210.00                                                                                                      (128819A) February 27
o Dentist: $210.00 - 20% = $168.00                                   (128451A) February 12                              TBD
o Dentist: $210.00 - 15% = $178.50                                   Customized Direct Composite Techniques             o individual: $XX.XX
o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00                                   o Dentist: $260.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 20% = $128.00                                                                      (128820A) February 27
o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00 - 15% = $136.00                   (128812A) February 13                              Prevention in Clinical Oral Health Care Applying
                                                                     TBD                                                Principles of Risk Assessment to Tailor Prevention in
(128805A) February 5                                                 o individual: $XX.XX                               the Dental Practice
Oral Surgery for the General Dentist                                                                                    o Dentist: $210.00
o Dentist: $210.00                                                   (128813A) February 19                              o KDr award Dentist: $189.00
o KDr award Dentist: $189.00                                         TBD                                                o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
o allied Dental Personnel: $170.00                                   o individual: $XX.XX                               o KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $144.00
o KDr award allied Dental Personnel: $153.00
                                                                     (128814A) February 19                              MARCH COURSES
(128806A) February 6                                                 TBD
TBD                                                                  o individual: $XX.XX                               (128821A) March 4
o individual: $XXX.XX                                                                                                   LFL: TBD
                                                                     (128815A) February 20                              o individual: $49.50
(128492A) February 12                                                TBD
TXB AM: Conscious Sedation Training for the                          o individual: $XX.XX                               (128823A) March 12
Dental Office Staff                                                                                                     Dental Team Implant Certification Program
o individual: $125.00                                                (128815A) February 20                              o aDia & PM Member: $328.50
                                                                     TBD                                                o non-Member: $378.50
(128494A) February 12                                                o individual: $XX.XX
TXB PM: Periodontics, Antibiotics and Aggressive                                                                        (128825A) March 13
Periodontitis How to Identify and How to Treat                       (128816A) February 26                              Essential Skills for the Dental Implant Team
o individual: $125.00                                                TB AM: OSHA and Infection Control Update           o Dentist: $210.00
o special Discount Fee: $87.50                                       o individual: $125.00                              o allied Dental Personnel: $160.00
(Must register for the morning Texas Brief to                                                                           o special Discount Fee: $144.00
receive discount)                                                    (128817A) February 26                              (Must register for the Implant Certification course
                                                                     TB PM: HIV/AIDS: Necessary Information for the     on March 12 to receive discount.)
(128809A) February 12                                                Dentist and the Dental Team
TXB AM: A Short-Cut to Assessing Periodontal Risk                    o individual: $125.00
o individual: $125.00                                                o special Discount Fee: $87.50
                                                                     (Must register for the morning Texas Brief
                                                                     to receive discount)




  REGISTRATION FORM                                                  Name:_________________________________             Dental School___________________________
 Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed.
 Please include both registration worksheet and registra-
                                                                     Date of Birth:____________________________         Year of Graduation________________________
 tion form.

 PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses                     __DDS __DMD __RDH __DA __DLT                      Specialty/Position_________________________
 is necessary. Each participant should pre-register for a
 course as a course packet will be available at the time of          Office Address___________________________          Enclosed (payable to UTHSCSA):
 check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental                                                                  Check#________________________________
 Education at (210) 567-3177 to pre-register or fax it to            Suite No._______________________________
 (210) 567-6807 for a course or mail the registration                                                                   __VISA       __MasterCard        __Discover
 form with credit card number or check made payable
                                                                     City/State/Zip___________________________
 to “UTHSCSA” to:
                                                                                                                        Card No._______________________________
 UTHSCSA                                                             Home Address___________________________            Include the last three numbers on the
 Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930                                                                                   signature part of the card___________________
 7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                               City/State/Zip___________________________
 San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900                                                                                          Exp. Date_______________________________
                                                                     Office Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                        Card Holder’s Name____________________
                                                                     Home Phone____________________________
                                                                                                                        __________________________________
                                                                     E-Mail Address___________________________
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
ADA CERP Recognized Provider                                         Fax No.________________________________

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                                                                                                         The 26th Annual James P. Hollers
             15th Annual Preceptorship in
                                                                                                              Memorial Lectureship
                  Dental Implantology
r DENTIST: $9,797.50                                                                                                     Lecture Course
Save $1,200.00 off the tuition fee by making a one-time payment of $8,597.50                                     Emergency Medicine in Dentistry
(which includes a non-refundable $1,000 deposit) before
August 3, 2009.
                                                                                                                     Dr. Stanley F. Malamed
                                                                                                                      November 13, 2009
                TWO ADDITIONAL EASY WAYS TO SAVE                                                 TUITION
r DENTIST: Reserve my spot with a non-refundable deposit of $1,000.00 before July 13, 2009       r Individual: $180.00
and qualify for $697.50 off the full tuition fee.                                                r Individual: $180.00 - 20% = $144.00
OR
                                                                                                 r Individual: $180.00 - 15% = $153.00
r DENTIST: Send a non-refundable deposit of $1,000.00 before August 3, 2009 and qualify for
                                                                                                 Don’t forget to order your copy of
$497.50 off the full tuition fee.
                                                                                                 r “A Man of Works: The Life of James Porter Hollers” $35.00
You will be mailed a registration confirmation letter and a statement with your
remaining balance due, at which time you will be able to pick the payment plan
                                                                                                 TWO STEP SAVINGS
you want to participate in. Payment(s) can be made by MasterCard, VISA, or                       Register before September 15, 2008 to receive a 20% discount.
Discover Card. Balance must be paid by February 1, 2010.                                         Register before October 15, 2008 to receive a 15% discount.

                             Dental Team Weekend                                                             Please include the attached registration form.
r Yes, I plan to be bring my staff to the Dental Team Day and celebration weekend                 For detailed course information; see pages 28 & 29
               Please include the attached registration form.                                          in this catalog or call us at 210.567.3177
  For detailed course information including 4 more ways to
         save; see page 16 and 17 in this catalog.




                                                          Practical Excellence in
                                                      Restorative Dentistry 2009-2010
                                                 o Dentist: We received a non-refundable deposit of $500 before July 13, 2009
                                                 and you now qualify for $437.50 off the full tuition fee.

                                                 o Dentist: We received a non-refundable deposit of $500 between July 13 and
                                                 August 3, 2009 and you now qualify for $237.50 off the full tuition fee.

                                                   Now you qualify for either a $437.50 or $237.50 discount
                                                          (based on the receipt of non-refundable deposit)
                                                    Pick one of the plans below and you will qualify for an additional savings.
                                                   ex: If you choose plan #1 you will receive an additional discount of $300 for
                                                         a total of $737.50 ($300 + $437.50) or $537.50 ($300 + $237.50)

                                                                     Please choose which payment
                                                                   plan you wish to participate in:
                                                 o PLAN #1: If you pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before
                                                 August 14, 2009 you will receive an additional $300.00 off the remaining balance.

                                                 o PLAN #2: Pay the entire balance due (based on your deposit date) before
                                                 September 1, 2009 and you will receive an additional $200.00 off the remaining
                                                 balance.

                                                 o PLAN #3: Start making the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based
                                                 on your balance due) before August 14, 2009 and you will receive an additional
                                                 $100.00 off the remaining balance.

                                                 o PLAN #4: If you make the first of 5 successive monthly payment plans (based
                                                 on your balance due) before September 3, 2009 and you will receive an additional
                                                 $50.00 off the remaining balance.

                                                                  No fee reductions are available after September 3, 2009
                                                                  but a five successive monthly payment plan is available.

                                                                     For detailed course information;
                                                                     see pages 8 & 9 in this catalog.
                OSHA: THe RequiRed AnnuAl
                    TRAining COuRSe
        This will fulfill your annual OSHA requirement on Bloodborne Pathogens Training. It’s
            economical, easy and fun! It is our goal to provide you with information in an
                           educational format that is both simple and convenient.




           It’s fast, convenient, and affordable! Just go to:

                      http://smile.uthscsa.edu
          click on interactive web courses, select OSHA:
               The Required Annual Training Course
                      to preview and register!


         You can now take it on-line
                for $97.50!

         The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider
58   http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                                     (210) 567-3177
      For your dental assistant,
 a new TSBde Required dental Assistant’s
 Registration Course and examination
                            is available online.




        It’s fast, convenient, and affordable! Just go to:
                                  http://smile.uthscsa.edu
                                  click on interactive web courses,
                 select Dental Assistant registration course to preview and register!


                   You can now take
                 it on-line for $60.00!
                  The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
                     Continuing Dental Education • phone: 210.567.3177




        The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider

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                               COURSE DIRECTOR: GEZA T. TEREZHALMY, DDS, MA                                                                             C
                               This will fulfill your annual OSHA requirement on Bloodborne Pathogens Training. Welcome to OSHA: The Required Annual Training
                               Course -- it’s economical, easy and fun! It is our goal to provide you with information in an educational format that is both simple and con-
                               venient. As you progress through the course - feel free to contact Dr. Terezhalmy, via e-mail with individual questions, concerns, or comments.
                               Completion of each individual session (including a quiz) will require approximately 5 minutes to half hour of time. Your answers to the quizzes
                               will be recorded and graded electronically. • Tuition fee of US $97.50 • Six hours of didactic continuing dental education.

                               Dental Unit Waterlines - “The Straight Facts”
                               COURSE DIRECTORS: SARAH J. DIRKS, DDS; RICHARD I. KARPAY, DDS, MPH
                               Concern has been growing over the quality of dental unit water. Is this simply media “hype” or is there really a public health risk? The
                               web-based course outlines the what, the why, and the how of this perplexing “new” area of dental infection control. Contemporary scientific
                               literature has consistently reconfirmed that the number of microbes found in untreated dental unit water exceeds what is found in “potable”
                               drinking water by up to 320,000 times the recommended limit.
                               Tuition fee of US $117.50 • Five hours of didactic continuing dental education.

                               Ergonomic in Pain Management for Dental Professionals Including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
                               COURSE DIRECTOR: HAROLD L. MEADOR, DDS
                               Changes in dentistry and periodontics are putting more pressure on the dental professional. More occupational pain is the result of an increased
                               physical workload that can lead to neuromusculoskeletal problems.To help the dental professional cope with a demanding work load, this
                               course will address those needs by considering how fatigue reduction and time control contribute to stress management and efficiency. New
                               insights from orthopaedics and ergonomics research explain problems from past instrumentation techniques. This new information is incor-
                               porated in an instrumentation technique that can improve working conditions for the hygienist. To contact Dr. Meador, via e-mail
                               (biocentricseminars@satx.rr.com) with individual questions, concerns, or comments. This course is divided into five chapters. Completion of
                               each individual chapter (including a quiz) will require approximately 30 minutes to an hour of time.
                               Tuition fee of US $97.50 • Seven hours of didactic continuing dental education.

                               Nitrous Oxide Conscious Sedation
                               COURSE DIRECTOR: ERNEST E. VALDEZ, DDS (FOR DENTIST ONLY)
                               If you wish to be certified in Nitrous Oxide Administration following completion of this portion of the course, you may sign up to
                               participate in the clinical/hands-on portion of the certification at the Dental School for a fee in the amount of US $299.50. To apply for the
                               clinical/hands-on portion (after you have completed the didactic portion) leading to certification, call the Office of Continuing Dental
                               Education at (210) 567-3177.
                               Tuition fee of US $247.50 • Nine hours of didactic continuing dental education.


                               Monitoring the Administration of Nitrous Oxide (FOR DENTAL HYGIENISTS AND DENTAL ASSISTANTS)
                               COURSE DIRECTOR: ERNEST E. VALDEZ, DDS
                               Texas State Board of Dental Examiners offers an optional Nitrous Oxide Monitoring Certificate for Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants.
                               This course will cover: History and Safety, Patient Monitoring, Effects of N2O, etc. This program is intended to provide sufficient informa-
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                               tion to dental hygienists and dental assistants to gain knowledge and to understand their responsibility of monitoring the patients when they
                               assist their dentist during the administration of nitrous oxide.
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                               Now in Flash Presentation!
                               Dental Assistant Registration Course and Examination
                               COURSE DIRECTOR: MONA THIBADEAU, RDA, CDA, BA
                               As of September 1, 2006 the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners is requiring that Dental Assistants attend a course to prepare them to pass
                               an examination. The examination will cover the three main topics of Jurisprudence, Infection Control, and Radiology, which will
                               be offered at the end of each module. This course is intended to provide sufficient information to permit dental assistants to gain
                               knowledge and understanding of the critical concepts associated with each of these areas of registration in order to facilitate success at the time
     Texas Dental Assistants   of examination. Tuition fee of US $60.00 • Eight hours of didactic continuing dental education.


HOW IT WORKS AND HOW TO REGISTER:
You are invited to participate in our interactive courses presented by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Continuing Dental
Education. Via the Internet/World Wide Web (WWW), you may review this material in your office or home at your leisure; and receive continuing edu-
cation credit at the same time! Participation in the didactic portion of the course requires that you: STEP 1: Register online with the Office of Continuing
Dental Education and pay a registration fee; STEP 2: Complete all reading assignments and submit quiz answers via Internet at the completion of each
chapter. The quizzes will be graded and returned to you via internet instantaneously; STEP 3: Upon successful completion of this portion of the course, you
will receive an electronic certificate for didactic continuing dental education hours--print this for your records.

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                                                        More Opportunities To Earn CE Hours

                                           Videotapes, DVD’s, and Textbook
                                              Courses and Testing Center
                   The purchaser or single designee of these videotapes, DVD’s, or Textbooks can earn hours of Continuing Education Credit by taking a self-administered test. The Continuing Education
                   program is administered by the Office of Continuing Dental Education at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School, which is recognized by the
                   American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). CE credit requirements vary from state to state.
                   Participants are encouraged to contact their State Boards for information about their specific requirements. Upon successful completion of this self-administered test, a certificate of com-
                   pletion will be mailed to you and we will report your credit hours to the Academy of General Dentistry. Test materials and instructions will be mailed upon receipt of A SPECIAL CARD
                   ONLY and a check (or credit card) for $20.00 for the five to seven-hour videos and $15.00 for the two-hour video from the purchaser of this videotape/DVD to cover the administrative
                   costs and test/credit processing. *Associates or study club members may take the self-administered test using your videotape/DVD series. Photocopy as needed or attach a separate piece of
                   paper with all of the requested information on the reverse side, along with payment of $70.00 per each additional person. If you purchased any of these DVD series you are able to take an
                   online test through the Office of Continuing Dental Education at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School.

                                 PREDICTABLE COMPLETE DENTURES III/THE PLATINUM DVD EDITION 4 DVDs-7 hrs Instruction-14 hrs CE
                                 Includes both Clinical and Lab procedures
                                 • Comprehensive Evaluation - Predict Outcome & Identify Possible • Lab Procedures II—Articulator Setup, Index EBP, Index Neutral Zone, Tooth Setup
                                   Complications                                                  • Dress Rehearsal—Finalizing Esthetics and Phonetics
                                 • Orthopedic Splints & Tissue Conditioning                       • External Impressions
                   • Making Exquisite Impressions                                                 • Delivery—Pressure Relief Post Dam, Occlusal Evaluation & Correction, Subtractive
                   • Lab Procedures I—Cast Fabrication, Custom Baseplates, EBP Base, Neutral        Correction, Patient Instructions
                     Zone Base, & Central Bearing Devise                                          • Massad Team Discussion—Trouble Shooting Problems in Denture
                   • Records—Centric Relation, Neutral Zone, Esthetic Blue Print, Posterior         Fabrication & More!
                     Tooth Selection, & Facebow                                                     $349.50 (DVD only) Plus $16.95 shipping and handling within the US.

                                    LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR TODAY’S PRACTITIONER
                                    Is a delay in writing records a problem? Should a patient sign an informed consent or is it okay to verbally inform the patient? Is there is risk in giving advice over the
                                    phone? What role does the dental staff play in helping or hurting the chances of a lawsuit? These questions and more will be answered in Dr. Joseph Massad’s latest series.
                                    From informed consent to lawsuits, Dr. Massad covers a broad range of legal questions and answers for the practicing dentist provided in written text. The purchaser of
                   this videotape/DVD, or single designee, can earn two hours of Continuing Education Credit by correctly answering 80% of the questions of the self-administered test. $139.95 (specify
                   VHS or DVD when ordering) Plus shipping and handling within the US.More Opportunities To Earn CE Hours

                               PREDICTABLE COMPLETE DENTURES: HELPFUL HINTS
                               Dr. Joseph Massad has just released the long-awaited sequel to his popular videotape, Predictable Complete Dentures. As the title implies, Dr. Massad’s new video, Helpful
                               Hints, includes many helpful hints on how to correct problematic denture wearers. Complete with new techniques and simplified old techniques, this video is a must. Dr.
                               Massad recently released series II of his nationally recognized video Complete Predictable Dentures. In this new two-part video, called Helpful Hints, he will share with you
                               countless time-saving and unique techniques that he has learned through his many years of experience. The purchaser of this videotape/DVD, or single designee, can earn six
                   hours of Continuing Education Credit by correctly answering 80% of the questions of the self-administered test. This DVD is not in stock with The Office of Continuing Dental
                   Education, please contact Dr. Joseph J. Massad’s office at 918-749-5600 or online at www.drjoemassad.com to order your copy.

                               DIFFICULT DENTURES MADE EASIER: AN ALTERNATIVE TO DENTAL IMPLANTS
                               This very practical video tape series is the Step-by-Step Procedures on how to make denture construction form Impressions to Insertion as well as many helpful hints. Dr.
                               Thomas H. Shipmon, Sr. demonstrates in operatory with live patient proven techniques that are sure to assist dentists, from the beginner to the accomplished practitioner!
                               Practical Methods and Techniques that can easily be adapted to your practice to help you produce quality dentures in HALF the time! The purchaser of this videotape, or sin-
                               gle designee, can earn five hours of Continuing Education Credit by correctly answering 80% of the questions of the self-administered test. This DVD is not in stock with
                   The Office of Continuing Dental Education, please contact Dr. Joseph J. Massad’s office at 918-749-5600 or online at www.drjoemassad.com to order your copy.
NEW TEXT NEW DVD




                               Emergency Medicine in Dentistry 3 by Dr. Satanley Malamed
                               Dr. Stanley Malamed will discuss that medical emergencies can, and do, happen in dentistry. In Dr. Malamed’s presentation we will review the preparation for, and
                               management of, common medical emergencies that happen in the dental office environment. Preparation of the entire office staff and basic management principles
                               are stressed. The purchaser of this videotape/DVD, or single designee, can earn eight hours of Continuing Education Credit by correctly answering 80% of the questions of
                               the self-administered test. This DVD is not in stock with The Office of Continuing Dental Education, please contact Dr. Joseph J. Massad’s office at 918-749-5600 or
                   online at www.drjoemassad.com to order your copy.

                             Color Atlas of Common Oral Lesions 4th Edition by by Robert P. Langlais, DDS and Craig S. Miller, DMD
                             "While many oral lesions are said to be "common", the individual doctor, hygienist or other clinical staff may not encounter them frequently. The Color Atlas was
                             developed by Robert P. Langlais DDS, MS, and Craig S. Miller DMD, MS as a quick simple reference to help establish the diagnosis or a list of possibilities. This
                             Color Atlas contains over 600 color pictures, radiographs and is divided into sections based on the clinical presentation of lesions and not by disease process. In addi-
                             tion, there are tables of differential diagnoses that can be found in the back section of the book.

                   The purchaser of this text Color Atlas of Common Oral Lesions 4th Edition, or a single designee, can earn (24) hours of Continuing Education (CE) Credit by reviewing the
                   material in this text, taking each self-administered test and correctly answering 80% of the test questions. This course contains 12 sections with two (2) hours of CE
                   per section. WEB-BASED OPTION: Participants can take each CE test electronically for $30.00 per section by registering on our web site. DIRECT MAIL OPTION: If
                   you are interested in obtaining all 12 sections for the tution of $420.00, our office will mail you the test materials and instructions of all 12 sections.This book is not in stock
                   with The Office of Continuing Dental Education, it can be found online at www.lww.com for ordering your copy.                                                           T
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            For your dental hygienists &
     dental assistants, a new TSBde approved
      certification course is available online.




            It’s fast, convenient, and affordable! Just go to:
                          www.smile.uthscsa.edu
                    click on interactive web courses,
       select Monitoring the Administration of Nitrous Oxide
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                     The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
                        Continuing Dental Education • phone: 210.567.3177

62   http://smile.uthscsa.edu                                                       (210) 567-3177
                                              REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                    Telephone Number: (210) 567-3177 • Fax Number: (210) 567-6807 • Web: www.smile.uthscsa.edu
PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses is neces -                may be considered. Due to commitments to off-site properties, any
sary. it is beneficial for participants to preregister for a course as     cancellation made prior to the start of the program will be subject      INTERACTIVE WEB COURSE REFUND POLICY
the course packet will be available for them at final check-in.            to an administrative fee assessment of $132.00. any cancellation         if you must cancel your registration, please notify the Office of
Please call the Office of Continuing Dental Education at (210) 567-        made one month or less, prior to the course does not qualify for a       Continuing Dental Education by sending us an e-mail at
3177 to preregister for a course or mail the registration form with        refund. However, participants may choose to place their tuition          smile@uthscsa.edu with your User Code and course title before
check made payable to “UTHsCsa” to:                                        minus an administrative and direct cost fee assessment into a            the sTarT DaTE indicated so that your refund may be considered.
UTHSCSA                                                                    holding account for future use. “no shows” will not qualify for          Cancellations made after the sTarT DaTE, will be subject to an
Continuing Dental Education MSC 7930                                       refunds. Written notification is required within five business days      administrative and direct cost fee adjustment. no refunds will be
7703 Floyd Curl Drive                                                      by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please allow     issued after the completion of the first chapter, regardless of
San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900                                              four to six weeks for all refunds. specific refund policies may apply    sTarT DaTE.
                                                                           to all off-site programs. Contact our office for specific refund pol-
PAYMENT BY CHECK: To hold your space in any one of the con-                icy regarding any course.                                                TEXAS BRIEF: Unless enrolling in consecutive Texas Brief
tinuing education programs, please provide credit card information                                                                                  courses, no lunch is provided.
when preregistering. if payment by check is desired, the credit card       CONTINUUM, FOOTBALL DENTAL STUDY CLUBS AND
will not be charged, but will be “on hold” until the check is received     MULTIPLE SERIES REFUND POLICY: if you must cancel your                   CREDIT: The University of Texas Health science Center at san
by the Office of Continuing Dental Education.                              registration, please notify the Office of Continuing Dental              antonio, Dental school Continuing Dental Education Program is
                                                                           Education as soon as you determine you are unable to attend so           designated as a recognized provider by the Continuing Education
PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD: MasterCard, Visa, or Discover                      that a refund may be considered. Due to commitments to these             recognition Program (CErP) conducted under the auspices of the
Card only.                                                                 type of programs, any cancellation made prior to the start of the        american Dental association. The formal continuing dental educa-
                                                                           program will be subject to an administrative fee assessment plus         tion courses are accepted for Fellowship/Mastership and member-
ON-SITE CHECK-IN: Please check details of each course for                  any applicable nonrefundable deposits. any cancellation made             ship maintenance credit by the academy of General Dentistry.
designated time and location of course check-in. Participants can          one month or less prior to the course does not qualify for a refund.                   Dentist: all courses are acceptable for credit by the
pick up packets one hour prior to the beginning of the course.             However, participants may choose to place their tuition minus an         academy of General Dentistry and are offered in cooperation with
same day walk-in enrollments will be accommodated on a                     administrative, applicable nonrefundable deposits, and any direct        the Texas Chapter of aGD.
space-available basis.                                                     cost fee assessment’s into a holding account for future use. “no                       Dental Technician: Courses are approved for
                                                                           shows” will not qualify for refunds. Written notification is required    documented credit hours by the national Board for Certification.
CONFIRMATION: Your registration confirmation will be mailed                within five business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the                      Auxiliary: Courses are approved by the Texas
from our registrar within 5-7 working days upon receipt of payment.        refund process. Please allow four to six weeks for all refunds.          Dental Hygienists’ association and the Dental assisting national
You will also receive a listing of nearby hotels at this time. This will   Deposits and football tickets are nonrefundable. specific refund         Board, inc.
be followed by a final confirmation letter designating the details and     policies apply to all continuum, study clubs, and on-going series        Individuals should consult with their State Boards regarding
location of the course within 10 days of the program date. a map of        programs. Contact our office for specific refund policy regarding        recognition of courses acceptable for relicensure.
the campus and parking information is on the Health science                any course.
Center website http://www.uthscsa.edu. Proof of payment and                                                                                         DOCUMENTATION OF COURSE CREDIT HOURS: a $10.00
Certificate of attendance will be issued on day of course to those         TO REQUEST A REFUND: if you must cancel your registration,               administration processing fee will be charged for requests of
participants who have preregistered and prepaid. replacements or           please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as       documentation of continuing dental education course credit hours.
additional copies of the Certificate of attendance can be issued,          you determine you are unable to attend so that your refund may be        a written request must be accompanied with payment. all
however, participants will be charged an administrative fee of             considered. Written notification is required within five business        participants are provided an official certificate of attendance at the
$10.00. Participants who pay on the day of the course will be              days by mail, fax or e-mail to initiate the refund process. a written    time of the course. This document is acceptable by the irs and
mailed their receipt of Payment and Certificate of attendance.             request is required to process any refund or transfer. Contact our       state board of dental examiners as proof of attendance to the
                                                                           office for specific refund policy regarding any course.                  course. Course attendance is finalized at the completion of
TUITION DISCOUNT: *recipients of the Kenneth D. rudd CDE                                                                                            individual sessions or programs. any requested audit by state den-
Participant award may deduct 10% from the tuition of designated            COURSE CHANGES/CANCELLATION: The Office of Continuing                    tal boards will require participant authorization to release
courses. This special tuition discount is offered to the participants      Dental Education reserves the right to: (1) limit registration; (2)      information.
who have attended at least 100 continuing dental education hours           refuse admission by refunding the course fee; (3) change the
of courses sponsored by the Office of Continuing Dental                    location, date and starting time of the program, course content or       EMERGENCY CONTACT: Telephone numbers for the Office of
Education, The University of Texas Health science Center at                faculty and such change will not entitle the registered participant to   Continuing Dental Education 210-567-3177. To contact a partici-
san antonio, Dental school.                                                a refund; (4) cancel any course no less than one week prior to the       pant in the event of an emergency and there is not an answer, call
                                                                           course should circumstances make this necessary, at which time           the University Police at (210) 567-2800. Offsite location numbers
ACCOMMODATING PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS: if you are                        registered participants will be notified by telephone using the          will be provide with final confirmation letter.
a person with special needs and desire special accommodations,             number provided on the registration form; (5) remove the
please advise us at the time of registering for the course. requests       participant from the premises if the patron’s conduct endangers or       LOCATION: The University of Texas Health science Center at san
will be kept confidential. individuals with speech or hearing impair-      disrupts other attendees, speakers, or staff.                            antonio is located at Medical Drive and Floyd Curl Drive. The main
ments can contact the Office of CDE by using TDD Message-relay                                                                                      entrance to the complex is at Floyd Curl Drive (opposite Methodist
Texas. if you have a TDD, 1-800-735-2989. if you do not have a             The Office of Continuing Dental Education cannot be held                 Hospital). This entrance is open all hours, weekends and
TDD, call 1-800-735-2988.                                                  responsible for the cost of a nonrefundable airline ticket or flight     after hours.
                                                                           change in the event of a course cancellation or the rescheduling of
AFFILIATIONS: The University of Texas Health science Center at             the program.                                                             COMPLIMENTARY PARKING: For those of you who will be driv-
san antonio, Dental school is a member of the american Dental                                                                                       ing to campus, the security officer at the main gate will instruct you
Education association.                                                     Upon registering in any Continuing Dental Education activity, the        where to park. More than likely, you will be directed to park in the
                                                                           participant agrees that the University of Texas Health science           Visitors Lot. Bring the parking ticket issued at the tollgate to the
CONCERNS, COMPLAINTS & SUGGESTIONS                                         Center san antonio and their affiliates, and all personnel               Visitors Lot with you for validation at the time of course check-in.
To assure an optimal educational experience, the Office Of                 associated with the program are not responsible or liable for any        The validated ticket will be given to the parking lot attendant when
Continuing Dental Education and the Dental school’s Committee              injuries or other damages sustained by the attendee in connection        you exit at the completion of the course.
on Continuing Dental Education encourage course participants,              with the scheduled activity, and the participant hereby releases
faculty and staff to register concerns, complaints or suggestions for      each of them from any claims against them arising directly or            LATE ENTRY DOORS TO THE DENTAL SCHOOL: The main
formal review and, if appropriate, subsequent action. To warrant a         indirectly from any such injury or damage.                               doors to the Dental school are locked during the weekends and
fair and expeditious review, contact the Office of Continuing Dental                                                                                evenings after working hours. CDE course participants should go
Education for the appropriate form.                                        The registered participant grants permission to the Office               to the entrance doors by the Cafeteria located around the corner
                                                                           of Continuing Dental Education (and its designees and agents) to         (to the left of the Dental school). To gain entrance, push the inter -
GENERAL REFUND POLICY: if you must cancel your registration,               utilize the participants image, likeness, actions and/or statements      com button located to the right as you enter, and a security officer
please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as         in any live or recorded audio, video, or photographic display or         will assist you.
you determine you are unable to attend so that a refund may be             other transmission, exhibition, publication, or reproduction
considered. any cancellation made prior to the start of the program        made of, about, or at, the activity without further authorization        Updated July 14, 2008
will be subject to an administrative fee assessment of $32.00. any         or compensation.
cancellation made one week or less prior to the course does not
qualify for a refund. However, participants may choose to place            Participants may not use video or audio recording devices during
their tuition minus an administrative and direct cost fee assessment       the course or scheduled event.
into a holding account for future use. “no shows” will not qualify
for refunds. Written notification by mail, fax or e-mail is required       registering for any Continuing Dental Education activity
within five business days to initiate the refund process. Please           constitutes acceptance of these terms.                                   The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an
allow four to six weeks for all refunds. specific refund policies                                                                                   ADA CERP Recognized Provider
apply to all off-site, continuum, and on-going series programs.            TWO STEP INSTANT SAVINGS: Two step instant savings does
Contact our office for specific refund policy regarding any course.        not apply to any course that has already been discounted. This dis-
                                                                           count does not apply to Continuum, Football, Dental study Clubs
OFF SITE PROGRAM REFUND POLICY: if you must cancel your                    and Multiple series courses. register within 60 days of the course
registration, please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education      and receive a 20% discount. register within 30 days of the course
as soon as you determine you are unable to attend so that a refund         and receive a 15% discount.


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The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Continuing Dental Education - MSC 7930
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900

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P.O. 716846 Mail Date-7/5/2009
Continuing Dental Education Catalog




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