Dental Conference Registration

Dental Conference Registration

Criteria for credit has been approved by the Dental Board of California for license renewal for dentists, registered dental hygienists, Academy of General Dentistry for fellowship and mastership degrees, accreditation for certified dental assistants and registered assistants and registered dental technicians.

All lectures will be held at UCSF Fresno in the Auditorium located at:
155 N. Fresno St
Fresno, CA 93701

2020 Courses

  Date Speaker/Topic/Cost Units
02/14/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
LON MC RAE, DDS
ONE STAGE IMPLANT & IMPROVED IMMEDIATE LOADING
Patients today are demanding a replacement of a tooth that can be performed in one day. Most implants are performed because a single tooth is being extracted and most of them are performed in a 3 stage approach leaving the patient without a tooth for up to 12 months. Dr. McRae has developed a technique that can deliver a one tooth replacement in the same day from simple techniques.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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03/13/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
TONY TOMARO, DDS
CREATING A DIGITAL WORKFLOW IN DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT
Digital Technology is rapidly changing the way clinical dentistry is performed. If we can diagnose issues earlier can we redefine our approach to oral care? In Dentistry, it relates to creating more efficient diagnostics that results in better decision making and ultimately a higher quality of care. The digital workflow is rapidly expanding, resulting in a greater quality of treatment for our patients. Dr. Tomaro will present a complete digital workflow from the initial phone call, new patient examination, hygiene, treatment planning, and completed treatment.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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04/17/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
GARY RADZ, DDS
TIPS, TRICKS & TECHNIQUES FOR
ESTHETIC BASED GENERAL DENTISTRY
Dentistry now has a wide variety of new materials and technologies available to help dentist to provide better dentistry faster and more predictably. This fast paced program is designed to share many useful materials now available as well as the tips and techniques to add speed and predictability. Additionally, new technologies with are discussed with a focus on the practical application and integration of these technologies to increase profitability and patient satisfaction.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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04/24/2020
12:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
LIONHEART SAFETY
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) FOR
HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (HCP)
Course is a video-based, Instructor-led course that teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support. This course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED.
BLS for Healthcare Providers teaches skills using the American Heart Association’s proven Practice-While-Watching technique, which allows Instructors to observe students, provide feedback and guide students’ acquisition of skills.

TUITION: ALL $80

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 05/08/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
RON KAMINER, DDS
INDIRECTLY SPEAKING: STATE OF THE ART CONCEPTS IN CROWN & BRIDGE
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.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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06/12/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
CHAD DUPLANTIS, DDS
CROSSING THAT BRIDGE: A LOOK INTO THE EVER
CHANGING WORLD OF DENTAL IMPLANTS
FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER
As we all know, implants have become a mainstay of the dental practice over the past several years. The success rate affords us many options when it comes to replacing missing teeth. This course will help the dental team realize the many possibilities of implant dentistry. We will discuss the failures of treatment in the past, and the successes with implants. We will talk about the single implant restorations, but spend the majority of the time on treating full arches and complex implant cases. We will also discuss the role of the entire team in this process. By the end of the course, the dentist should feel confident that he or she can treatment plan these better. The dentist and team will also realize the rewards of completing such cases. This course is designed for all members of the dental team looking to expand their knowledge and confidence with dental implant restorations.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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07/10/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
RAYMOND BERTOLOTTI, DDS
SUPRAGINGIVAL ESTHETIC DENTISTRY
Yes, you can grow your practice by attracting good quality patients by providing healthier, more predictable dentistry. Today most patients are clamoring for healthier version of everything, from food, medicine, and life style! Those patients want Supra-gingival Healthy Adhesive Dentistry.
Supra-gingival healthy dentistry provides evidence based, healthier biocompatible dentistry, and how it can truly protect your patients’ overall wellness. This will be followed by breakthrough HOW TO, and step-by-step techniques which make adhesive dentistry easier, faster and more predictable than ever before.
Supra-gingival Healthy Adhesive Dentistry allow clinicians the satisfaction of providing healthier, minimally invasive dentistry with less pain and more durability. It helps make loyal patients who repeat and refer. Supra-gingival techniques can be applied to anterior, posterior, direct and indirect restorative and esthetic dentistry.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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08/07/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
RICHARD LIPSCOMB, DDS
SMALL DIAMETER IMPLANTS C + B & LOOSE DENTURE APPLICATIONS
This course features a comprehensive overview of the scientific aspects and clinical applications of small diameter implants (SDI). These implants are easy to place, create minimal soft or hard-tissue trauma to the patient, and have the ability to be immediately loaded and provide function. In addition, this service can be rendered to a wider spectrum of patients due to their affordability and the fact that they are well tolerated by otherwise medically compromised patients. During the hands-on portion of the course, attendees will place SDI into mandible dental models, simulating the surgical placement.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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9/18/2020
8:30am-4:30pm
RM 136
DOUGLAS L. LAMBERT, DDS, FACD, FASD, FASDA, FICD, ABAD
MAKE ME SMILE: DIRECT COMPOSITE EXPERIENCE &
BAD BOUNCES: TACKLING TRAUMA WITH SPORTS DENTISTRY
In today’s competitive market, many patients are seeking to achieve an esthetically pleasing smile, yet may have limited resources. The option of composite resins may offer the patient the most simple and cost-effective way to achieve an esthetic change in the mouth. Even though composites have reached widespread use within the dental community, their proper use is not always as simplistic as it might seem. This program will offer conservative solutions based on clinical fundamentals, coupled with the integration of current technologies and materials, to yield simple, reproducible, and efficient techniques for composite restorations.
We are in an age of active lifestyles, with an emphasis on participating in sporting activities at both the youth and adult levels. Not surprisingly, athletic injuries to the orofacial region and the dentition are on the rise. Unique and timely techniques employed for diagnosing, treating, and restoring these accidents are paramount in the successful long-term results. Are you prepared for immediate action following a dental trauma?

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $172, RDH/CDT: $146, RDA: $126, RESIDENTS:$113

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10/16/2020
8:30am-12:30pm
RM 136
DIRK PALOUTZIAN
DENTAL PRACTICE ACT
This course will provide the information to satisfy the requirement for renewal of your dental license. An update on new areas of the law applicable to the dental team will be presented, especially where changes have been made. Examples from previous and ongoing litigation will be presented to illustrate what can happen.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $129, RDH/CDT: $124, RDA: $114, RESIDENTS:$99

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 11/12/2020
or
11/13/2020
1:00pm-5:00pm
RM 136

LESLIE CANHAM
INFECTION CONTROL & OSHA REVIEW
This fast paced, entertaining program is designed to meet annual OSHA training and California infection control license renewal requirements. Attendees will learn how evaluate their existing infection control practices and compare to CDC recommendations. This program will motivate the participant to strive for infection control and safety excellence. CLASS WILL SATISFY A CALIFORNIA STATE LICENSE REQUIREMENT FOR INFECTION CONTROL

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $129, RDH/CDT: $124, RDA: $114, RESIDENTS:$99

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12/11/2020
or
12/18/2020
8:30am-12:30pm
RM 136

DAVID FUENTES, PHARM D
ARMEN NALBANDYAN, PHARM D
PHARMACOLOGY 2020
To provide the dental practitioner updated information on potential clinical pharmacology dilemmas. Focus will be on the pharmacology of antibiotic and analgesics used in dental practice. The course will review new products, changes in current products, and provide information on potential medical misadventure (side effect, drug-drug interactions, and allergies). The course will also review information required from the dental patient to assure the most appropriate medication therapy and outcomes are achieved.

TUITION: DDS/DMD: $129, RDH/CDT: $124, RDA: $114, RESIDENTS:$99

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