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The Greater Capital District Dental Symposium is Live and In Person

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Timothy Bizga, DDS, FAGD

Timothy M. Bizga, DDS, FAGD

For Dentists and anyone interested from the dental team

full day program on the following two topics:

COMPETITIVE EDGE PROSTHODONTICS

A Review of “Best-Practice” Techniques for

Executing Complex Cases in Your Office 

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

The purpose of this course is to review key concepts and provide clinical pearls for the dental professional who provides esthetic, implant, and complex restorative procedures to their patients. By course end, attendees will leave with practical knowledge that you can begin

incorporating into your practice the very next day. Case reviews and products will be discussed.

 

  • Review prep design (anterior and posterior teeth) for both direct and indirect applications

  • Discuss direct and indirect material selection

  • Gain understanding of when, how, and why to sequence larger case workflows

  • Review occlusion principles and smile design concepts

 

"EFFICIENT FUNDAMENTAL DENTISTRY: Pathways In Procedural Mastery in “Bread and Butter” Dentistry"

In today’s dental practice, 40% of revenues come from crown and bridge procedures. In addition, a staggering 45% of all billed direct restorative procedures are Class II’s! The goal of this course is to teach efficiency while imparting competency in these key areas: the single-unit crown and posterior composite dentistry. By course end, the audience will be able to select appropriate indirect materials and the glues we choose to hold them. Furthermore, attendees will be able to utilize knowledge of the newest direct restorative materials to perform and restore more competently and efficiently.

Clinical tips and brand suggestions will be include

  • Review principles of tooth preparation

  • Learn current methods for tissue management and Impressioning for crowns and bridge

  • Review the latest array of indirect material choices

  • Learn proper cement selection

  • Discuss adhesion and compare/contrast 7 generations of dental adhesives

  • Review criteria for properly placed matrix band and wedge and review matrix systems

  • Shortcuts and pearls for composites success

Dr. Bizga is a general dentist practicing in Cleveland, Ohio. His background in dentistry is lengthy and diverse. Once a former chairside assistant, he also worked as a dental lab technician, making his perspective unique among others in the field of dentistry. He received his DDS from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where he is also an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor. He is currently a member of the American Dental Association and a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry.

 

Dr. Bizga is a Certified John Maxwell Speaker/Trainer/Coach, a certified DISC profile trainer, clinical consultant for The Dental Advisor, and Director of Education at Smile Source. Dr. Bizga gives back to the community via dental missions around the world.

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Radi Masri, DDS, MS, PhD

Radi Masri, DDS, MS, PhD

“The Changing World of Implant Dentistry: Todays Digital Solutions & Treating Complex Rehab Cases”

For Dentists and anyone interested from the dental team

 

This is a course designed for Restorative Doctors which focuses on the use of digital technology in treatment planning and overall treatment with dental implants including complex rehabilitation. A review of several clinical treatments with different scenarios will be used to demonstrate the clinical workflow, available technologies, and contemporary methods for treatment.

 

Objectives:

  • Learn the different technologies available to plan and execute treatment using dental implants

  • Understand clinical workflow for implant planning and restoration including best methods for communication among implant team members including restorative dentists, surgeons, and laboratory technicians

  • Understand the space requirements and material recommended for treatment of dental implants

  • Understand which products are ideal to make these cases a reality

Dr. Masri is a tenured Professor at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and School of Medicine. He is the Program Director of the Advanced Education Program in Prosthodontics and the Director of the Division of Prosthodontics at the Department of Advanced Oral Sciences and Therapeutics. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Prosthodontics, as Past President of the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, and the President of the American Board of Prosthodontics.

 

Dr. Masri is heavily involved in developing and implementing cutting edge technologies used in oral health care. He lectures nationally and internationally and serves as an external examiner for international dental schools in the field of prosthodontics. Dr. Masri is the author of the first book on the applications of digital technologies in the dental field. He has authored numerous scientific papers, holds several patents, and currently supervises a federally funded research laboratory. Dr. Masri received many honors including the 2013 American College of Prosthodontist (ACP) Clinician Researcher Award, the 2015 Maryland LIFE Award for the most promising technology, the 2018 ACP  Distinguished Service Award and the 2021 Wilson Elkins Endowed Professorship.

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Jaime Murphy, RDH
Kristina Dion, RDH
LeaAnne Haney, RDH, CPHDH

This dynamic team of Dental Hygienist educators are presenting a Full Day Program

with two excellent topics 

MEDICAL EMERGENCIES: Are You Ready?

Presented By: Kristina Dion, RDH and Jaime Murphy, RDH

 

Course Description:

In this course, participants will engage in the review of the most common Medical Emergencies that occur in the dental setting. Discussion will include tools to prepare your office in the event of a Medical Emergency.

Objectives:

  • Gain understanding of the process of care during a Medical Emergency

    • Staff Roles

    • Actions Plans

    • Follow Up

  • Understand and recognize the most common Medical Emergencies in the dental office.

  • Learn the proper documentation needed when a Medical Emergency has occurred in your office.

  • Review recommended supplies to handle the most common Medical Emergencies seen in dental settings.

  • Discuss recommendations for routine evaluation of staff and supply preparedness.

 

BRUSH UP, ON YOUR ROLL IN PREVENTION!

The Complete Dental Hygiene Visit

Presented By: LeaAnne Haney, RDH, CPHDH and Jaime Murphy, RDH

 

Course Description:

Information you need to know!  Join Jaime and LeaAnne for a fun and interactive educational presentation that will enhance your patient’s preventive visit. Rebooting the 2016 ADHA Dental Hygiene Standard of Care for 2022. We will explore better communication tools, risk assessments and tips for successful patient engagement. Learn strategies and guidance for proper application and documenting the current preventive ADA CDT codes and how to apply them when making a dental hygiene treatment plan for your patients.

Course Objectives:

  • Construct dental hygiene treatment plans using the ADHA’s Dental Hygiene Process of Care as a guide

  • Demonstrate the use and learn the value of a dental risk assessment while creating your dental hygiene treatment plan

  • Discover motivational interviewing techniques to create and engage better learning opportunities and set your patients up for success and better oral health outcomes

  • Using the list of current ADA CDT Codes the participant will gain comprehensive knowledge regarding the correct use of the preventive codes at the dental hygiene visit.

  • Participant will be able to confidently and accurately maintain consistent documentation, submit the correct ADA CDT codes to dental benefit carriers to reduce errors, prevent costly mistakes, improve legitimate reimbursement. and prevent malpractice claims.

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Thursday Schedule

General Membership Meeting 6:30 pm

Members Reception and Installation of Officers

Friday Schedule

Exhibit Hall Opens at 7:30 am

Courses 9 am -4:30 pm with lunch from 12:15 to 1:30 pm

Tuition:

Third District and ADA dentist members:           290.00

Non-ADA Dentists:                                             390.00

Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants,

     all Office staff                                                190.00     

 

Albany Marriott 189 Wolf Road, Albany     

All Full Day Courses earning 7 m.c.e.                                                

Registration Table at the Marriott

Confirmation,  Course Evaluations and CE Certificates
are sent to the email address you use at registration.
Each attendee must have their own email address.
Be sure to check your inbox and spam folder.

Sponsors and Exhibits
Supporting the GCDDS
provides these excellent courses

Sponsorship Opportunities

NEW  Online Booth Selection

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The Third District Dental Society is back to live and in person.

We invite you back to Exhibitor Hall at the Albany Marriott on October 7, 2022

 

The Third District Dental Society’s Greater Capital District Dental Symposium will be held on October 7, 2022 In Person at the Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Road in Albany, NY.

 

After two years of virtual we are pleased to be back in-person for the Third District Dental Society’s Greater Capital District Dental Symposium. The Symposium has been well attended event for member dentists, their hygienists, dental assistants and office staff, as well as dental professionals from surrounding dental societies.

 

If you have not attended our meeting in the past, this is the year to reserve your place in Exhibitor’s Hall to present your service or products to our fine dental professionals and increase your client base. In this economy, everyone needs at least one more client.  What a great opportunity to have face to face contact with your future client in a relaxed setting.

 

To all our returning Sponsors and Exhibitors, we appreciate your past support and look forward to seeing you again.  You will see changes to the Sponsorship Levels and benefits to provide you with publicity and many extras not available to general exhibitors.

 

The Membership Installation Reception is held immediately after the General Meeting on Thursday evening. Ruby Sponsorships for the event are being offered to put your company’s name in front of many of our members that may not be attending the full day Friday programs.

 

There are Two Spaces left. Contact Director@Third-District.org to reserve your exhibit space.

Booth Locations
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