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Spring 2015 Continuing Dental Education Schedule


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D: Dentists
H: Hygienists
A: Dental Assistants
L: Laboratory Technicians

Spring 2015
DateTitleAudiencePresenters

Mar. 14, 2015

Implant-Retained Overdentures: Hands-On Course


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

This presentation reviews the current approaches to rehabilitating the edentulous jaw using dental implants. In the afternoon hands-on participants will familiarize themselves with the related procedural steps and prosthetic components.

Hands-on workshop limited to 20 participants



Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Samer Abi-Nader

Mar. 21-22, 2015

McGill Endodontic Symposium


Full-day didactic; half-day hands-on

The goal of this symposium is to provide current and unbiased knowledge on the concepts and techniques of endodontic treatment. You will benefit from lectures given by a team of McGill-based endodontic faculty as well as by endodontic faculty from other leading universities. 



Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

Day 1: D, H, A 

Day 2: D

Bassel Kano

Tom Pagonis

Sami Chogle

Herb H. Borsuk

Robert J. David

Chafic Safi

David Baker

Fadi Kano

Mar. 28, 2015

Fundamentals of Periodontal Surgical Therapy


Full-day didactic

Fundamentals of Periodontal Surgical Therapy will give the participant the opportunity to go through the diagnostic, treatment planning, and executive process of applying various surgical therapies within the realm of periodontics. 


Course Location

2001 McGill College Ave., Room 222 (second floor) Montreal, Qc H3A 1G1 

D

Sam Malkinson

Apr. 11, 2015

Peri-Implant Diseases and Complications


Full-day didactic

This course will review some of the problems that we see with implants over time from a periodontal perspective, strategies to prevent implant complications and the management of complications, as well as review the relevant literature. 


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D, H, A

Gordon Schwartz

Karen Fung

Alison McGuire

Apr. 18, 2015

Current Concepts in Dentoalveolar and Third-Molar Surgery


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

This course offers a didactic and hands-on review of the management of third-molar and complex dentoalveolar surgery. Participants will gain proficient knowledge in the pre-operative evaluation of complex dental extractions and the most effective methods of surgical management. 


                


Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Antoine Chehade

Marc Shenouda

Genevieve Bonin

Apr. 25, 20145

Treating Worn Smiles


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

This presentation reviews the main causes of occlusal breakdown in your patients and will discuss ways to engage your patients and get them enrolled in their treatment, as well as review treatment protocol from start to finish. This full-day lecture and hands-on workshop will teach you how to be predictable in restoring worn dentitions and allow you to enhance your Functional Cosmetic practice. 

Hands-on workshop limited to 30 participants


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 222 (second floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

John R. Nosti

May 2, 2015

Myth-Busting: Occlusion and Occluding


Full-day didactic

This course will address the controversy and expose the myths surrounding occulusion and occluding. You and your patients will benefit immediately as the role of function and parafunction and the methods of parafunctional control are thoroughly explored. 


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D, H, A

Barry Glassman