Greater Capital District Dental Symposium - Attendee Registration

Thu, September 27 2018, 3:00 PM - Fri, September 28 2018, 5:00 PM [EST]

189 Wolf Road, Albany, NY, United States

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ADA MEMBER DENTIST - THURSDAY 8a to 3p - Making Moderate Sedation Safe in the Dental Office Setting by Robert Peskin, DDS (7 m.c.e) Partial Approval -$500.00

Sales end on -09/28/2018

This is a FULL DAY 8am to 3pm course

NON ADA MEMBER DENTIST - THURSDAY 8a to 3p - Making Moderate Sedation Safe in the Dental Office Setting by Robert Peskin, DDS (7 m.c.e) Partial Approval - $650.00

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This is a FULL DAY 8am to 3pm course

ADA MEMBER DENTIST - THURSDAY 3p to 6p Dental Implant Innovations by Alexander Choe, DMD (4 m.c.e) Partial Approval -$60.00

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NON ADA MEMBER DENTIST - THURSDAY 3p to 6p Dental Implant Innovations by Alexander Choe, DMD (4 m.c.e) Partial Approval - $130.00

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DENTAL STAFF - THURSDAY 3p to 6p Dental Implant Innovations by Alexander Choe, DMD (4 m.c.e) Partial Approval -$60.00

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ADA MEMBER DENTIST - FRIDAY Partial Approval - $290.00

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NON ADA DENTIST - FRIDAY Partial Approval -$390.00

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DENTAL STAFF - FRIDAY Partial Approval - $150.00

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THIRD DISTRICT MEMBERS ONLY - NOT ATTENDING ANY COURSES: Attending THURSDAYS General Membership Meeting 6PM and/or Reception 6:30PM ONLY (Not attending course) Partial Approval -Free

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Event Information

Thu, September 27 2018, 3:00 PM - Fri, September 28 2018, 5:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

Thursday Schedule:

8am to 3pm                     Making Moderate Sedation Safe in the Dental Office Setting  by Robert Peskin, DDS - This is a FULL DAY course** (7 m.c.e.)

3pm to 6 pm                    Dental Implant Innovations by Alex Choe, DDS (4 m.c.e.)

6pm                                    General Membership Meeting *Third District Members Only

6:30pm                             Membership Reception *Third District Members Only

 

Course Descriptions:

Dental Implant Innovations:  Explore the Newest Trends in Implant Therapy by Alexander Choe, DDS (4 m.c.e.)

Dental Implant therapy has revolutionized how we practice dentistry today. Research in implantology helped develop new techniques, materials, and implant design to improve implant success. We will review the newest innovations on both surgical and prosthetic fronts of implant therapy.

 

Making Moderate Sedation Safe in the Dental Office Setting by Robert Peskin, DDS  (Course begins at 8am) (7 m.c.e.)

This full-day course reviews the advanced concepts and techniques necessary for the safe administration of moderate sedation, administered both enterally and parenterally, in the dental office setting.  In addition, management of emergencies that may arise from the use of moderate sedation will be discussed in detail.  **NOTE:  Tuition for this course differs from the regular Thursday course tuition:  ADA members $500  Non ADA $650

 

 Friday Schedule:

7:30 am                               Exhibitor Hall opens

 9:00 – Noon                       Morning sessions

 12:15 – 1:15 pm              Luncheon

 1:15 – 2 pm                       Exhibitor Hall

 2:00 - 5 pm                        Afternoon sessions

 

Course Descriptions:

The Time is Now:  Success with Digital Impressions and CAD/CAM Restorations by Jack Griffin, Jr DMD

Digital impressions and CAD/CAM restorations have become an everyday reality for modern dentistry. Whether lab or office made, a large percentage of all porcelain restorations inserted today are designed and milled This course is intended to “de-mystify” the world of digital dentistry while reviewing various choices in digital impression taking, porcelain selection, preparations for success, and CAD/CAM fabrication. The techniques taught for preparation, porcelain selection, and cementation applies universally to most all porcelain systems. We will discuss and show cases that may make you change the types of restorations you currently offer.

 

Indirectly Speaking:  State of the Art Concepts in Crown and Bridge by Ron Kaminer, DDS

For dentists, crown and bridge represents much of what is done in our daily practice.  Changes in materials and technology have streamlined the daily workflow in many practices worldwide. During this program, we will discuss the how technology can improve our diagnostic skills, perfect communication with our patients and laboratories and ultimately lead to more predictable state of the art Dentistry.

 

The Magic of Prevention:  A Comprehensive Program Reviewing the Latest Materials in Hygiene by William Paveletz, DMD

Caries infection has increased in young adult populations and continues to be a major disease for children. This course discusses the impact of Nano Technology on today’s preventative and restorative materials. Attendees will have a “hands-on forum” to provide their dental teams with new findings on today’s desensitizers, sealants, and fluoride treatments to combat patient’s current symptoms and prevention of future issues.

 

Cutting Edge Dental Billing and Coding and Evolve Your Practice into a Wellness Center by Christine Taxin

Many practices find it a challenge to remain compliant with insurance rules and regulations. Diagnostic and procedure codes change annually, privacy issues continue to increase, and patient insurance coverage varies while practices try to determine how best to incorporate these influences and remain profitable. Join us in this interactive, informational course and be empowered to take charge of your office’s dental claim billing. Christine Taxin, licensed by the ADA to share ADA CDT Codes and a member of National Association of Dental Plans, shares the ins, outs, and secrets of dental insurance.

 

Lunch:

All are accompanied with rolls, butter, beverage and dessert

Strawberry Fields Salad:  grilled chicken breast on a bed of field greens, candied pecans, crumbled bleu cheese, sliced strawberries, mandarin oranges, raspberry vinaigrette

 

Mango Chicken: grilled chicken breast with mango barbeque sauce finished with pineapple and mango salsa

 

 Grilled Balsamic Vegetables with a crispy risotto cake

 

Things to Know:

 

  • Name Bagdges will be mailed around September 13th.  Registrations after this date, please pick up the name tag upon arrival.  There is a $5 fee to replace a name badge.
  • Friday is a full day course -- no half day tuition available
  • Tuition rates include contintenal breakfast and plated lunch
  • CE Certificates and evaluations are the only proof of attendance.  Please be sure to turn your certificate in as you leave the course.  NYSDA registry is notified of CE credits.
  • License numbers are not required
  • Cancellation by August 30th for full tuition refund.  No refunds given after this date.

 

  

 

 

Cancellation policy

Cancellation by August 30th for full tuition refund.  No refunds issued after this date.

Event Location

Event Speakers

Jack Griffin, DDS

The Time is NOW: Success with Digital Impressions and CAD/CAM Restorations

Ron Kaminer, DDS

Indirectly Speaking: State of the Art Concepts in Crown and Bridge

William Paveletz, DMD

The Magic Of Prevention: A Comprehensive Program Reviewing the Latest Materials in Hygiene

Christine Taxin

Cutting-Edge Dental Billing and Coding and Evolve your Practice into a Wellness Center

Robert Peskin, DDS

Sedation in the Dental Office

Alexander Choe, DDS

Dental Implant Innovations: Explore the Newest Trends in Implant Therapy