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Presenting our November CE Event in Arlington Virginia
near Washington, DC & Bethesda, MD 

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 Hands-On & Lecture Course

 Lecture Only Course

 New Course

3 Course Topics
Oral Surgery, Esthetics & Forensic Dentistry

NOVEMBER

Date   Course  
14th Friday & 
15th Saturday 
  Atraumatic and Efficient Oral Surgery: New Concepts and Technology for the General Dentist 2-Day
with Dr. Karl Koerner
(Location: Arlington, VA)

14th Friday    Solving Restorative Problems
with Dr. Marvin Fier
(Location: Arlington, VA)

15th Saturday    The Art and Science Of Forensic Dentistry
with Dr. Laurence Dobrin

(Location: Arlington, VA) 


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ATRAUMATIC AND EFFICIENT ORAL SURGERY:
New Concepts and Technology for the 
Gener
al Dentist  (HANDS-ON)  (Arlington, VA) 

2-Day Continuous Hands-On Course 

Presenter: Karl R. Koerner, DDS, MS

Date: Friday, November 14, 2014 &  Saturday, November 15, 2014


Time: (Day 1) 8:30am - 4:30pm (Day 2) 8:30am - 4:30pm

AGD Coding

CE Credits: 14
AGD Code: 311
Subject: Exodontia Participation

Tuition: Dentists $1,185
Advanced Registration $100 off by 10/31/14

*Breakfast & Lunch Included

*Limited to 24 Attendees

Sponsored by: Dowell Dental Products, 
                        Hu-Friedy & DenMat


 

Course Description:

Implants and esthetic bridges require atraumatic extractions. The emphasis of this presentation is on routine extractions that become more difficult than expected

The presentation will cover:

  • Advanced instruments and procedures as taught in modern oral surgery residency
  • How to avoid or manage many common complications, such as bleeding problems with patients on anticoagulants
  • Managing infections

Single extraction expertise will be taken to the next level for socket preservations, multiple extractions with alveoplasty, frenectomies, exostosis removal and other minor dentoalveolar procedures.

This course will enable the general dentist to:

  • Broaden the range of surgery procedures done in the office
  • Better avoid or treat common surgical complications
  • Do surgery procedures more quickly and predictably
  • More clearly understand surgical "standards of care"
  • Have a better grasp of what surgery procedures need to be referred
  • Do socket bone grafts according to current, commonly used techniques

Hands-On Portion:

 The hands-on portion will be performed on life-like dentoform models
, performing surgery procedures that are a prelude to doing them on patients. The principles and techniques from the discussion will be realistically implemented on the models.   

THE FOLLOWING WILL BE PERFORMED ON THE MODELS DURING THE HANDS-ON PORTION:

  • Surgical extractions
  • Socket preservation with bone graft material and barrier membrane
  • Partial bony impactions performed with flap reflection
  • Bone removal to avoid sensitive anatomic structure
  • Preventing a dry socket
  • Multiple extractions followed by alveoplasty and continuous-lock suturing
  • Other minor oral surgery procedures

This course will enable the general dentist to:

  • Go back to the office with superior knowledge
  • Have a solid feel for soft tissue incisions, bone removal and placement of bone graft material
  • Know first-hand how various surgical materials are used and/or manipulated
  • Receive one-on-one instruction and feedback on a number of procedures
  • Understand what current "standards of care" are regarding several surgeries commonly done in a general practice

About the Speaker:
Karl R. Koerner, DDS, MS

Dr. Karl Koerner has presented hundreds of didactic and participation oral surgery courses at international, national, and regional meetings and at the state level for many dental associations and AGD groups. He is currently Head of The Department of Oral Surgery at the Scottsdale Center for Dental Education where he teaches and coordinates the oral surgery curriculum. Dr. Koerner limits his practice to minor oral surgery procedures including exondontia and implants.

Dr. Koerner graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry, completed a general practice residency in the U.S. Army, and has a Masters Degree in Education.

Dr. Koerner is the author of many articles on various aspects of oral surgery for the general dentist and has authored and co-authored many books. He has been featured in several video tapes for the profession including three made recently with Dr. Gordon Christensen on exondontia, third molar surgery and medical emergencies. He is past president of the Utah Dental Association and the Utah Academy of General Dentistry.


Here's What Past Attendees Have Said About This Course :

"All those pearls of his knowledge and experiences that he shared will benefit me tremendously in my career. I can see myself doing 3rds extraction faster now." --Dr. Meesun Lim, Annandale, VA

"Very helpful course. Dr. Koerner is an excellent teacher sharing the little secrets which are amazing to know. I will recommend this course to my friends!" --Dr. Vipasha Desai, Newington, CT

"Good course, very detailed and practical.  Dr. Koerner is one of the greatest clinicians I have ever met.  Thanks for the course." --Dr. Fuming Li, Millville, NJ

"Dr. Koerner is awesome, very good at answering questions, encouraging people, patient with everyone, knowledgeable." --Dr. Krithika Jayaprakash, Vernon, CT

"Excellent course - really informative.  The information given will have an immediate impact on how I do Oral Surgery." --Dr. Craig Henry, West Hempstead, NY

"Great course that teaches concepts that I can easily bring to my office on Monday." --Dr. Juana Feliz, Trinity, Florida

"Dr. Koerner's presentation was clear, concise and helpful. After 25 years of performing oral surgery as a GP, I feel renewed and refreshed" "I am satisfied with my interaction with the sponsor"

"Dr. Koerner was very responsive and well organized. I have done a good bit of surgery in 36 years but still learned a lot."




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SOLVING RESTORATIVE PROBLEMS  (HANDS-ON) 
(Arlington, VA)  

Presenter: Marvin A. Fier, DDS, FASDA,
                 ABAD, FACD, FICD 

Date: Friday, November 14, 2014

Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

AGD Coding

CE Credits: 6
AGD Code: 780
Subject: Esthetics & Cosmetics Participation

Tuition: Dentist $445  |  Staff $245
Advanced Registration $100 off by 11/7/14

*Breakfast & Lunch Included

*Limited to 24 Attendees

Sponsored by: Kuraray/Noritake   





Course Description: 

In clinical practice, what at first seems routine, often isn’t. Patients can present with situations far from ideal and yet we are called upon to treat them. This presentation will take you on a journey with multiple patients who easily could have shown up in your office. 

Diagnosis, treatment planning, case presentations, and finally, how excellent results were obtained even with less than desirable beginnings will be discussed.  This is real-life dentistry that we all have to deal with in our practices.   

Morning Lecture: 

In the morning we’ll cover many recent advances in aesthetic and restorative dentistry.  We will demystify some of the newer composite and adhesive materials we have available.  We’ll discuss the basic principles of Aesthetic Dentistry and how to create beautiful, natural looking anterior and posterior tooth colored restorations predictably, successfully, and easier than ever.  Predictability leads to lower stress levels, higher profits, and happier patients.

You will learn: 
  • The benefits of the new chameleon composite technology
  • How to reduce time spent on achieving lifelike restorations
  • How to reduce technique sensitivity no matter how you bond
  • How to achieve zero post-op sensitivity in your restorations
  • How to treat patients with hypersensitive teeth 
  • Which composites polish fastest and easiest, and retain their initial shine
  • How to solve dilemmas with no perfect solution
    AND as a bonus…
  • The latest material and technique for removing white spot lesions

AFTERNOON HANDS-ON:

Materials and equipment will be provided. AND as a bonus...you'll learn how to give patients relief from dentures that continually hurt. 

On typodonts, you will work with materials simulating multiple real-life clinical situations, including:
  • New delivery system for popular self-etch adhesive
  • Class 1 or Class 2 restorations using state-of-the-art matrix system ensuring good contacts
  • Class 3 or Class 4 restorations using chameleon composite
  • Class 3 or Class 4 restorations using chameleon composite
  • Class 5 restoration using unique, highly-filled and polishable flowable
Join us for a memorable learning experience. Whether you are starting out or a seasoned clinician,                   you will leave with knowledge and techniques you can use in your practice immediately.     

About the Speaker:
Marvin A. Fier, DDS, FASDA, ABAD, FACD, FICD

Dr. Fier is a practicing clinician and highly respected lecturer in the US and internationally on multiple topics including aesthetics, restorative dentistry, and practice management.  He presents CE courses at many dental schools, learning centers, and prestigious conferences in the USA and internationally. He is the executive vice-president of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, and has been honored with Fellowships in the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists, International Acaedmy of Dental-Facial Esthetics, and the Academy of Dentistry International.  Dr. Fier is a contributing editor for REALITY, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of DENTISTRY TODAY. 

He publishes regularly, and his contributions to the dental literature have been in the areas of aesthetics, restorative dentistry, case presentation, hypnosis, and how dentistry affects the quality of life.  For the past twelve years, he has been listed in DENTISTRY TODAY’S list of the best   lecturers, “Leaders in Continuing Education.” 

Here's What Past Attendees Have Said About This Course :

"Wouldn't change anything -- I loved it!"

"Dr. Fier perfectly met my professional/personal learning objectives"

"I would highly recommend this course to other professionals"

"Very good speaker, I enjoyed the small class"

"Dr. Fier did an excellent job of educating and holding my attention." 

"overall very pleased"

"Very motivational speaker -- well presented"

“Good course, competent and entertaining guy – engaging presenter” 

“Nice wide ranging course. From technique to philosophy. Very down to earth, real world dentistry”

“Please bring him back” 

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THE REALITY OF THE ART AND SCIENCE OF 
FORENSIC DENTISTRY 
 (Arlington, VA)  

Presenter: Laurence A. Dobrin, DMD,
                 FAAFS, FASDC

Date: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

AGD Coding

CE Credits: 6
AGD Code: 145
Subject: Forensic Dentistry Lecture

Tuition: Dentists $245  |  Staff $175
Advanced Registration $50 off by 11/7/14

*Breakfast & Lunch Included

Course Description:

     •  The six major areas of forensic dentistry are reviewed in detail
     •  Actual cases are presented for in-depth appreciation of how the forensic dentist is involved with
        the legal system
     •  Current technology that is utilized to assist the 
forensic dentist will be discussed
     •  Audience participation will be encouraged to 
challenge those in attendance with identification
        processing, courtroom testimony, and 
knowledge of the commitment and personality to become
        a forensic dentist.

About the Speaker:
Laurence A. Dobrin DMD, FAAFS, FASDC


Dr. Laurence A. Dobrin is the Chief Forensic Dentist for the five boroughs of New York City, Office of Chief Medical Examiner NYC. He is also a forensic dental consultant to the Regional Medical Examiner of the State of New Jersey, a forensic dental consultant for the Union County Medical Examiner in New jersey, and the County of Rockland, New York, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner's forensic dentist. Dr. Dobrin is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology. He is a member and Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a member and former Secretary of the American Society of Forensic Odontology, a member and former President of the New York Society of Forensic Dentistry, a Fellow of the American College of Dentistry, a Fellow and former president of the American Society of Dentistry for Children. 

Dr. Dobrin is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey Dental School Department of Pediatric Dentistry.  He was appointed for twelve years on the Union County Commission of Child Abuse and Missing Children and served as their Treasurer for all those years.  For the past twenty two years, and currently, he is a certified provider for the New York State Education Department, Division of Professional License, for the training and recognition of Child Abuse and Neglect. He provides courtroom testimony as an expert in child abuse cases and as an expert in forensic odontology.  Dr. Dobrin is the Director of Dental Operations on the Medical Examiner Special Operations Response Team for the City of New York.

Dr. Dobrin is also a member of the Federal Governments’ Disaster Mortuary Response Team-Region 2, and the Forensic Dental Chief of the Regional Mass Fatality Response System.  He has been involved in the identification of victims of disaster events since 1990, including both World Trade Center Disasters, flights US Air 405 and American Airlines 587, deployed to the Katrina Hurricane 2005, the Hudson Air Collision 2008, the Bronx Bus Disaster 2011, and many other incidents throughout the NJ/NY region.  Dr. Dobrin maintains a private dental practice in Roselle Park, New Jersey for the past 35 years. 


Here's What Past Attendees Have Said About This Course :

"My first forensics course; very informative.  Dr. Dobrin gives an excellent presentation."

Loved it!  Very organized and informative.  Dr. Dobrin is an excellent speaker.  He exemplified his immense knowledge and experience as it pertains to forensics." --Dr. Peter Magoulas, Shrewsbury, NJ

"Dr. Dobrin is so knowledgeable and has been involved in so many cases" --Dr. Cynthia Kaufman,

"I Felt this course was very interesting and very educational.  I'd highly recommend it." --Ms. Amanda Wallace, Mt. Carmel Estates, PA

"He is a very good speaker.  It was a very interesting topic and he did a fantastic job of explaining the course material." --Dr. Rushabh Shah, Hamilton, NJ

"Awesome!  Very interesting and informative.  Dr. Dobrin is a fabulous instructor!"

"I think it is a valuable course to take to gain knowledge of abuse and the need for prompt notification.  I think Dr. Dobrin was excellent as far as a speaker and well known forensic dentist."

"Dr. Dobrin was a great speaker.  I loved the pictures and info given." --Ms. Kelli Tori, Doylestown, PA


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