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WIND2019

Scientific Program

A total of 5 CE Credits awarded for completion of this program.


Multidisciplinary Management of Aesthetic Cases Dr. Nuria Otero

Speaker: Dr. Nuria Otero, DMD

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.
About the Speaker: Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Prosthodontics | Dental Degree from Boston University, Goldman School of Dental Medicine | Recipient of David Baraban Award for Academic and Clinical Excellence | Aventura Dental Arts
Course Length
: 45 minutes
Course Description
:

This 45 minute lecture on comprehensive management of aesthetic cases is a course designed to empower clinicians to absorb the knowledge base and technical skills required to perform ceramic aesthetic restorations following predictable protocols that will ensure and improve the final long-term success of a case. Detailed step-by-step clinical procedures and interdisciplinary approach will be described during this course. Esthetics in dentistry involves many aspects: morphological and optical details, function in relation to shape, and how these factors can affect the final esthetic result and the biological integration. You will learn in this course how to effectively meet patient expectations and previsualize the final treatment plan before starting any aesthetic treatment. We will also give you tips to develop great communication between patient, clinician and lab technician. Theoretical concepts will be illustrated with multiple clinical cases during the lecture. Clinical pictures and videos will be used.

Course Objectives:
  • Aesthetic protocol in the management of anterior complex cases
  • Direct and Indirect Mock-up, an important diagnostic tool
  • Aesthetic parameters and tips you need to know to reproduce natural results in the final ceramic restoration
  • Emergence profile
  • Multidisciplinary aesthetic cases, step by step
  • Veneers: clinical cases managed in conjunction with orthodontic and periodontal treatment
  • Implant anterior cases
  • Tissue management and abutment design

Perio Therapy and Review of New Classifications for
Periodontal Disease Dr. Hana Hobbs

Speaker: Dr. Hana Hobbs, DDS, MS, PA

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology | Dental Degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry | Certificate in Periodontology and Masters in Oral Biology, University of California | Assistant Professor at UNC School of Dentistry Periodontology | Nuimage Surgical Center

Course Length: 30 minutes

Course Description:
This course will review the New American and European Academy of Periodontology classification system adopted in 2018. It will also cover the indication for Laser Assisted New Attachment procedure and the keys to successful outcomes with case presentations. The keys to implant success including implant position, abutment emergence and the types of abutments to choose for esthetic and best embrasure form will be covered. Also included are soft and hard tissue procedures in periodontics to regenerate defects and periodontal plastic surgery to improve restorative outcomes.

Course Objectives

  • What is LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedures) and LAPIP (Laser Assisted Peri-Implantitis Procedure)
  • What is the mechanism of action of the lasers - comparison of different lasers wavelength and modality of treatment
  • What are the indications for laser therapy (procedures with case presentations and photos/x-rays)
  • How the laser works - keys to success
  • Steps in Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure
  • What is the Maintenance Protocol after LANAP?
  • The dimensions needed for implant placement
  • Perio and restorative treatment in comprehensive care therapy
  • Periodontal plastic surgery to complement all facets of dentistry

5 Evidence-Based Life Hacks for Professional and
Personal Wellness Nancy Jergins

Speaker: Nancy Jergins

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: trained journalist | Amazon Bestselling author of “Wise Words Mom” | dental spouse | dental office team member | dental office and dental association marketer and consultant

Course Length: 30 minutes

Course Description
Women dentists are accomplished, dedicated, and impressive... they're also often professionally overwhelmed, personally exhausted, and relationally worn out. In this short but powerful presentation, Nancy Jergins, a trained journalist and researcher, will give five scientifically-based life hacks you can start using today to better handle your professional stress; increase your mental and physical reserves, and find more joy in your work life and personal life. She'll counter the questionable, social media driven advice that promises, but doesn't deliver; and she'll instead offer real solutions, anchored in science, that can get women dentists closer to the fulfilling life they've worked so hard to lead.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn evidence-based wellness habits to enhance your professional productivity
  • Identify the most effective ways to boost physical and mental wellness with the least amount of time and effort
  • Explore the lifestyle aspects unique to women dentists and scientifically proven ways to address them

The Temporomandibular Joint: Function and Dysfunction Dr. Jeanne K Bailey

Speaker: Dr. Jeanne K. Bailey, DDS

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Dental Degree from West Virginia University School of Dentistry | President of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain | first female to receive AACP Fellowship status | ABCP Diplomate (DABCP) | ABCDSM Diplomate (DABCDSM) | American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine Diplomate (DABDSM) | American Academy of Pain Management Diplomate (DAAPM) | clinical practitioner with WV Sleep and TMJ Treatment Center

Course Length: 45 minutes

Course Description:
Dr. Jeanne K. Bailey will present an overview of a normal Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) versus a dysfunctional Temporomandibular Joint. The causes of a dysfunctional TMJ and the effects of TMJ abnormalities will be described. Simple assessment tools will be reviewed to assist doctors in proper diagnosis and documentation.

Course Objectives:

  • Review craniofacial anatomy
  • Describe and illustrate normal Temporomandibular Joint
  • Describe and illustrate the abnormal Temporomandibular Joint
  • Define causes and effects of abnormalities

Consequences of Head and Neck Cancer Dr. Nancy Bouchard

Speaker: Dr. Nancy Bouchard, DDS, MHP, RDH

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Dental Degree from University of Maryland Dental School | former long-time dental hygienist | former faculty member at Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists and Boston University Dental School | General Dentist

Course Length: 45 minutes

Course Description:
Once a patient has been diagnosed with head and neck cancer, dental professionals are important ambassadors for the short and long-term care of our patients. This lecture will provide strategies for aiding the patient through the difficult journey of the cancer treatments and beyond. Many people are surviving for years afterward. All need to be vigilant in their care.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the hard and soft tissues changes that occur during head and neck cancer treatment
  • Expound the dental care necessary before, during, and after cancer treatments
  • Explain the integrative care necessary for patients to reach their ultimate quality of life after treatment

Extractions Made Easy for the General Dentist Dr. Samira “Sam” Meymand

Speaker: Dr. Samira "Sam" Meymand, DDS/MPH

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Dental Degree from Baylor College of Dentistry| Achieved rank of Commander in the United States Navy, 11 years active duty | Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency at the prestigious National Capital Consortium, Naval Hospital Bethesda, Maryland | Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry | Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery | Trauma and emergency patients staff at Orange Park Medical Center, Baptist Hospital and Memorial Hospital

Course Length: 45 minutes

Course Description:
Discuss the clinical pearls and techniques for general dentist to take out regular teeth and minimally impacted teeth.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn techniques of extraction
  • Learn when to place stitches and what kind of stitches
  • Review x-rays and discuss teeth that should be easy

Fab Results, Glowing and Lifted with Neurotoxins Dr. Andrea Asseff

Speaker: Dr. Andrea Asseff, DMD

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Dental Degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine | Experience with cosmetic procedures, Neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin) and Derma Fillers | General Dentist, Hollywood, FL

Course Length: 30 minutes

Course Description:
This course includes a presentation of neurotoxin cases before and after.

Course Objectives:

  • Show before and after cases of neurotoxin in the female upper face
  • Show before and after cases of neurotoxin with a gummy smile
  • Show before and after cases or neurotoxin in the male upper face
  • Show before and after cases of neurotoxin in the lower face

3D Printing as it Relates to the Future of Dentistry Dr. Kathy Ferguson

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Ferguson

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

About the Speaker: Dental Degree from the University of Florida College of Dentistry | former co-director for dental implant training programs in Texas and Florida | Diplomate of the ICOI | Diplomate of the ABOI | Fellow of the AGD | Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Florida

Course Length: 45 minutes

Course Description:
The course will dive into the current applications of 3D printing in the dental office.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn the science behind 3D printing
  • Learn how 3D printing will affect dentistry
  • Learn costs associated with 3D printing
  • Learn about savings that can be achieved by utilizing 3D printing
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