Previous Course Offerings

Winter 2017

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

All instruments for our hands-on courses are graciously provided by:

 

WINTER 2017
DATE TITLE AUDIENCE PRESENTERS

Feb. 18, 2017

Ergonomics in the Clinical Environment 


Half-day hands-on and lecture

The focus of this workshop is to review common ergonomic risk factors associated with the dentistry profession, familiarize workers (dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants) with basic ergonomic principles and brainstorm solutions that promote healthy individualized workspaces. 


Course Location

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

D, H, A

 

Marie-Lyne Grenier

 

Mar. 18, 2017

Fundamentals of Periodontal Surgical Therapy 


Full day hands-on and lecture

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. After a brief introduction, a discussion about pre-surgical assessment will follow. The participants will then be introduced to their patients for the day – fresh pig jaws. 

  


Course Location

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

D $799
H $799
A $799

Sam Malkinson

Mar. 25, 2017

 

Implant-Retained Overdentures: Hands-on Course 


Full day hands-on and lecture

Implant therapy has dramatically broadened the prosthetic treatment spectrum for the completely edentulous patient experiencing retention problems with conventional dentures. Excellent long-term results have been reported using both implant-retained and implant-supported restorative modalities. This presentation reviews the current approaches to rehabilitating the edentulous jaw using dental implants.

  


Course Location

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

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

$299 (am only), $799 (full day) $199 (others, am only) 

Samer Abi Nader

Apr. 1, 2017

Premalignant Lesions and Oral Cancer: What Dentists Must Know 


Full day lecture

Leukoplakia, Erythroplakia and Erythroleukoplakia are oral premalignant lesions that predispose to the development of Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC), the most common malignancy of the oral cavity. This course will prepare members of the dental team to play an active role in the diagnosis and management of these diseases. 


Course Location

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

D $399
H $199
A $199

Michel El Hakim

Adel Kauzman 

Apr. 8, 2017

Advanced Periodontal Surgery 


Full day hands-on and lecture

Advanced Periodontal Surgery will give the participant the opportunity to go through the diagnostic, treatment planning, and executive process of applying various advanced surgical therapies within the realm of periodontics. After a brief introduction, a discussion about pre-surgical assessment will follow. The participants will then be introduced to their patients for the day – fresh pig jaws.

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Course Location

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

D, H, A

$799 (dentists, full day) 

Sam Malkinson

June 9-11, 2017

The Use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Dentistry 


Full Weekend 3 day hands-on and lecture

Radiology plays an important role in both diagnosis and treatment planning of patients. With the introduction of Cone Beam CT (CBCT), a new era of three dimensional imaging has begun in dentistry. This three-day course in cone beam CT technology (CBCT) will include a didactic portion and a hands-on clinical portion that utilizes the CBCT unit at McGill University Faculty of Dentistry.  


Course Location

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

D

Small & Large Field $1799 (3 days) Small Field $899 (1.5 days) 

Didem Dagdeviren

 

Apr 29, 2017

Legacy or Modern? A Review of Fixed Prosthodontic Concepts 


Full-day lecture

There is no larger frustration than complications or failures in our treatment. When we combine the narratives "art and science", one must think of the skill set necessary to fabricate predictable and long lasting indirect restorations. Successfully treating our patients with fixed prosthodontics mandates that we have a comprehensive understanding of not only occlusion and materials, but also a mastery of mechanical concepts and a healthy respect for the remaining tooth structure. 


Course Location

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

D $399
H $199
A $199

Lane M. Ochi

 

May 6, 2017

Complete Dentures


Full-day lecture

Complete dentures are still an excellent treatment choice for edentulous patients, restoring oral function and aesthetics favourably in many cases. Procedures and principles involved in complete denture fabrication are also essential for providing implant-assisted prostheses. This type of treatment, however, has limitations and potential for problems, which can be consequent to treatment planning, impression technique, bite registration and other steps. 


Course Location

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

D $399
H $199
A $199

Raphael de Souza

Faleh Tamimi

Fall 2016

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

All instruments for our hands-on courses are graciously provided by:

Fall 2016
Date Title Audience Presenters

Oct. 15 2016

The Art and Science of Direct Esthetic Restorations 


Full-day lecture & hands-on course

This course is intended to improve your knowledge and your skills when performing direct composite procedures. It combines lectures, live demonstrations and hands-on experience with the ultimate objective of sharing with practitioners a clinically conservative and predictable approach applicable in daily practice.

 


Course Location

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

D

Cathia Bergeron 

Laurie St-Pierre 

Oct. 18 2016
Oct. 29 2016
Nov. 15 2016
Mar. 18 2017
Apr. 8 2017
Apr. 13 2017
Apr. 20 2017
May. 4 2017
Jun. 1 2017

Working With Patients: Periodontal Surgery 


Evening or morning hands-on workshop

A completely novel initiative, the “Working With Patients: Periodontal Surgery” series will take a maximum of 8 participants, and through the course of the year, teach them how to identify, treatment plan, perform, and post-operatively manage periodontal surgical cases, among their own patients. Included in this series are the concurrent McGill Continuing Education Courses of Fundamentals of Periodontics, Fundamentals of Periodontal Surgery, and Advanced Periodontal Surgery. Participants are required to attend these courses in order to be ready for the clinical sessions. 

 


Course Location

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

D

Sam Malkinson

 

Oct. 22, 2016

Infection Prevention and Control in the Dental Office 


Morning lecture

As dental licensing bodies require more stringent application of infection prevention practices, patients are becoming increasingly aware of the risks of infectious disease transmission as well as safety issues inherent in receiving dental treatment. As a result, dental offices must be able to apply increasingly complex policies and practice guidelines in order to promote a safe and professional treatment environment that not only complies with regulatory bodies but inspires patient confidence. 


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Wendy Somerville

Oct. 29, 2016

Fundamentals of Periodontics 


Full-day lecture

Using an active learning approach, Fundamentals of Periodontics will give participants the basic didactic and translational understanding necessary to manage cases of inflammatory periodontal disease. 

 


Course Location

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

D, H, A

 

Sam Malkinson

Nov. 4-5, 2016

Gold Inlays & Onlays: Complete Overview of Tucker Technique from Cavity Prep to Polish 


X2 Full-day hands-on & lecutre

This two day hands-on course will cover all the steps required to produce outstanding conservative cast gold restoration. The lecture portion of the course will cover every aspect in detail. Case selection, basic principles, cavity preparation variation through an extensive selection of clinical cases, impression technique, provisional restoration, evaluation of lab work, seating and finishing. Hands-on portion will give participants the opportunity to prepare several cavity designs on model and learn how to take precise impressions. 


Course Location

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

D

Hugo Ciaburro

Nov. 12, 2016

Tooth Preparation: A New Twist to an Old Story 


Full day hands-on and lecture

Tooth preparation is the single most important aspect of restorative dentistry because it establishes the foundation for all our restorations. The objective of the course is to provide the clinician with a predictable and systematic approach that would assure a successful treatment in various situations.  


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Samer Abi Nader

Nov. 26, 2016

How to Plan Dental Implant Treatments


Full day hands-on and lecture

Implants are becoming a routine treatment option for replacing missing teeth. Successful management of dental implant cases requires appropriate treatment planning. In order to plan these cases properly, it is necessary to understand the limitations and associated risk factors. In addition, planning treatments with dental implants requires specific skills that are unique to this treatment modality. This includes knowledge of the components required for the treatment and the ability to use dental implant catalogues. 


Course Location

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

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

 

Faleh Tamimi

Nicholas Makhoul 

 

Spring/Summer 2016

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

All instruments for our hands-on courses are graciously provided by:

SPRING 2016
Date Title Audience Presenters

Mar. 12 2016

Update on Pediatric Pulp Therapy and Stainless Steel Crown Techniques: A Practical Course


Full-day hands-on course

The goal of this hands-on course is to provide clinicians with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and clinical skills in pediatric dentistry through one-on-one interactions with experienced clinicians.


         


Course Location

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

D

Jeffrey A. Dean

Nabil Ouatik

Ali B. Attaie

Mar. 16 2016

Ergonomics in the Clinical Environment


Evening Workshop

The focus of this workshop is to review common ergonomic risk factors associated with the dentistry profession, familiarize workers (dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants) with basic ergonomic principles and brainstorm solutions that promote healthy individualized workspaces.


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Marie-Lyne Grenier

Sara Saunders

 

Mar. 19, 2016

Implant-Retained Overdentures: Hands-On Course


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

Implant therapy has dramatically broadened the prosthetic treatment spectrum for the completely edentulous patient experiencing retention problems with conventional dentures. This presentation reviews the current approaches to rehabilitating the edentulous jaw using dental implants.



Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Montreal, QC H3A 1G1 - AM: room 102 (first floor); PM: room 222 (second floor)

D, H, A

Samer Abi-Nader

Apr. 2, 2016

Pharmacology in Dentistry


Full-day didactic

Part science and part art, delivering dental therapies to our patients requires a working knowledge of many things, including pharmacology. By the end of the session, we should be able to more confidently use pharmacology for the safe and effective treatment of our patients.



Course Location

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

D, H, A

 

Peter Nkansah

Apr. 9, 2016

Temporary Restorations on Dental Implants: Hands-On Course


Full-day hands on

Dental implants are becoming a routine treatment option for replacing missing teeth. Prosthetic restoration of dental implants requires specific knowledge and skills related to impression-taking and fabrication of temporary restorations. This includes knowledge on the components required to take the impressions and pour the models as well as the components needed to fabricate the temporary restorations.



Course Location

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

D

Faleh Tamimi

Apr. 16, 2016

Endodontics From A to Z and Cleaning and Shaping Workshop


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

Nonsurgical root canal treatment outcomes vary based on a myriad of clinical and biological factors. This presentation will review basic principles and explain techniques of modern endodontic therapy. Additionally, it will describe an approach to difficult cases and complications often encountered during endodontic treatments. This will help the clinican to select proper cases and manage problem situations. Also, this presentation will provide an update on advances in endodontic surgery, its indications and contraindications.



Course Location

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

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Bassel Kano

Apr. 23, 2016

Regenerative Periodontal Therapy: Management of Bone Defects


Full-day hands-on 

In this course, the diagnosis, case selection and treatment planning of periodontal bone defects will be discussed. Treatment options, materials available as well as the indications and contraindications of regenerative therapy will also be outlined. In the afternoon, participants will practice regenerative techniques on models of vertical bone defects and furcation-involved teeth.


  


Course Location

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

D

Dr. Lauren Spevack

 

Apr. 30, 2016

For the Love of Dentistry: Recognize and Prevent Burnout


Full-day didactic

The dentist deals daily with meticulous intraoral details as he or she strives for the perfection that we are taught to attain; but "perfection" is indeed an essentially unachievable goal. This is an ideal course to bring your spouse and/or your key staff members. The goal is to truly become even more appreciative of our profession and allow you to enjoy all your patient encounters no matter how difficult they may have previously seemed.


Course Location

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

D, H, A

 

Barry Glassman

May. 7, 2016

Implant Treatment Planning in the Esthetic Zone and Immediate Implants


Full-day didactic 

Successful placement and restoration of dental implants in the esthetic zone requires careful and often complex treatment planning and sequencing dental implant therapy. A vast array of treatment options are available to the clinician ranging from conventional delayed implant placement - to immediate implant placement - to the use of pink ceramic. Understanding the limitations and associated risk factors of each treatment modality will allow the clinicians, both from the surgical and restorative perspective, to develop a proper treatment plan.


Course Location

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

D, H, A

 

Dr. Lauren Spevack

Dr. Meng François Seng

SUMMER 2016
DATE TITLE AUDIENCE PRESENTER

June. 4, 2016

Current Concepts in the Management of Extraction Sockets 


Full day hands-on 

After a tooth extraction, bone resorption of varying amounts always occurs since the edentulous site of the alveolar process undergoes both qualitative and quantitative changes. In order to have a correct implant positioning, esthetically and prosthetically-driven with a correct crown- to-root ratio, adequate width of the surgical site is essential. Participants will learn in the workshop the techniques to minimize soft and hard tissue shrinkage in order to attain an ideal aesthetic outcome. Pigs jaws will be used to practice the techniques of minimally invasive tooth extraction, as well as the preparation and placement of biomaterials to achieve optimal ridge preservation. 



Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 102 (1st floor) and Room 222 (2nd floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D

Daniele Cardaropoli

July. 25, 2016

CANCELLED

Endodontic Diagnostic Terminology: Including Instrumentation and Obturation Modalities for Each Diagnosis


Half day presentation

Course held in collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, Virginia) as part of their Montreal and Quebec City CE Land Tour

This is an informative lecture to familiarize the participants with the standardized endodontic diagnostic terminology, the radiographic presentation, along with the signs and symptoms associated with each diagnosis. Pertinent treatment plans will be discussed for each patient as well as instrumentation and obturation modalities for that case. We will review all appropriate endodontic procedures necessary to ensure a successful outcome.


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 547 (4th floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D, H, A

Clara M. Spatafore

July. 26, 2016

CANCELLED

Keeping the Love Affair Alive: Hiring, Training, Maintaining, Releasing Staff Members


Half day presentation

Course held in collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, Virginia) as part of their Montreal and Quebec City CE Land Tour

Staff turnover in the dental office is one of the main reasons for stress, low morale and decreased production. This lecture will help the practitioner identify, recruit and maintain qualified staff. We will discuss the importance of office manuals, employee reviews, goal setting and rewards as well as discipline in the dental office.


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 547 (5th floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D, H, A

Clara M. Spatafore

Fall 2015

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

All instruments for our hands-on courses are graciously provided by:

 

FALL 2015
DATE TITLE AUDIENCE PRESENTERS

Oct. 24, 2015

The Review and Treatment of the Most Common Oral Conditions


Half-day didactic

This course aims to review the most common oral conditions encountered in the oral cavity and to examine and discuss the currently accepted therapeutic management. 


Course Location

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

AM: D, H, A

 

Ying Wai Sia

 

October. 31, 2015

Advanced Periodontal Surgery


Full-day hands-on

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



Course Location

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

 

Sam Malkinson

Nov. 7, 2015

 

#ModernEndodontics: Are We Really Better Off Today?


Full-day didactic

In this course, we will review some of the history of endodontic science and materials to see what is, and what is not, grounded in  outcomes that are meaningful to patients.


   


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Scott T. Weed

Nov. 14, 2015

Complications et solutions en endodontie


Cours didactique d'une demi-journée EN FRANÇAIS

Cette présentation permettra au dentiste de mieux évaluer et gérer les complications et difficultés en endodontie. les sujets discutés seront entre autre, le perforations iatrogéniques, canaux blogués, apex ouvert, canaux introuvables, instruments séparés, re-traitements et le réveil aïgue.


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Bassel Kano

Nov. 14, 2015

The Use of Scanners in Clinical Practice


Half-day didactic 

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to properly understand and appreciate the many benefits of using different intraoral scanners and especially, realize how it can benefit their patients.


Course Location

2001 McGill College Avenue, Room 547 (5th floor), Montreal, QC H3A 1G1

D, H, A

Eric Caron

Nov. 21, 2015

How to Plan Dental Implant Treatments


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

Implants are becoming a routine treatment option for replacing missing teeth. Successful management of dental implant cases requires appropriate treatment planning. In order to plan these cases properly, it is necessary to understand the limitations and associated risk factors.


Course Location

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

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Faleh Tamimi

Nicholas Makhoul

 

Nov 28, 2015

The Critical Role of Dentists in Sleep Therapy


Full-day didactic

Dentists can play a critically important role in both the diagnosis and treatment of patients with various levels of sleep-disturbed breathing. Our one-day comprehensive review will introduce the principles of sleep medicine, the diagnostic procedures, all treatment alternatives, and practice management for sleep disorders in a dental practice. Of course there will be emphasis on oral appliance therapy and patient management.


Course Location

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

D, H, A

Barry Glassman

Spring 2015


Download the Spring 2015 Brochure (English)

Téléchargez la brochure de printemps 2015 (anglais)

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

Spring 2015
Date Title Audience Presenters

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

Winter 2014


Download the Winter 2014 Brochure (English)

Téléchargez la brochure d'hiver 2014 (anglais)

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

Winter 2014
Date Title Audience Presenters

Jan. 31 - Feb. 1, 2014

All-on-4 Continuum

Module II: Case Selection and Treatment Planning


Half-day web-based Jan. 31, full-day Feb. 1



Course Location Jan. 31

Web-based

Course Location Feb. 1

To be confirmed

D

Dr, Lesley David

Dr. John P. Zarb

Feb. 8, 2014

Dental Photography and Marketing Your Practice with an Attractive Website


All-day didactic

Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D, H, A

Dr. James Fondriest

Feb. 21 - 23, 2014

Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification


BLS Certification Feb. 21, ACLS Recertification Feb. 22, ACLS Certification Feb. 22-23


Course Location

Arnold and Biema Steinberg Medical Simulation Centre
3575 Parc Avenue, Suite 5640
Montreal, QC H2X 3P9

Feb. 21: D, H, A

Feb. 22 - 23: D

 

Feb. 28, 2014

Applying Evidence-Based Dentistry to Clinical Practice


All-day didactic


Course Location

e-classroom, RM-23
Redpath Library Building
3459 rue McTavish
Montreal, QC H3A 0C9

D, H

Ms. Angella Lambrou

Mr. Martin Morris

Dr. Ben Balevi

Mar. 7 - 8, 2014

Atraumatic Tooth Extraction and Extraction Socket Management


Didactic Mar. 7, HANDS-ON Mar. 8

Attendance on Mar. 7 is a pre-requisite for hands-on workshop. Hands-on limited to 20 participants.

Download list of Instruments and Materials


        


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

Mar. 7: D, H, A

Mar. 8: D

Dr, Ralf F. Schuler

Mar. 15, 2014

The Transformation of Endodontics in the 21st Century


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Didactic lecture is a prerequisite for hands-on workshop. Hands-on limited to 25 participants.


 

Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Stephen Cohen

Mar. 21, 2014

The Two-Edged Sword: Transitioning Into and Out of Dental Practice


Half-day didactic


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D

Dr. Bernard Dolansky

Mar. 22, 2014

Strategies to Preserve Pulp Vitality in Children and Adults


Didactic in the morning, didactic and HANDS-ON in the afternoon



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D, H, A

Dr. Imad About

Dr. Nabil Ouatik

Dr. Denis Robert

Mar. 29, 2014

A Critical Assessment of Dental Materials: Composites, Adhesives and Light Curing


All-day didactic


   


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D, H, A

Dr. Jack L. Ferracane

Apr. 5, 2014

Current Concepts in Dentoalveolar and Third Molar Surgery


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Didactic lecture is a prerequisite for hands-on workshop. Hands-on limited to 25 participants.



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Antoine Chehade

Dr. Marc Shenouda

Dr. Geneviève Bonin

Apr. 11 - 12, 2014

New Trends in Caries Detection and Management Using Minimal Intervention


Didactic and HANDS-ON Apr. 11, didactic Apr. 12


   


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

Apr. 11: D, H

Apr. 12: D, H, A

Dr. Justine Kolker

Dr. Cathia Bergeron

Dr. Marcela Hernandez

May 2 - 3, 2014

All-on-4 Continuum

Module III: Advanced Treatment Options for the Edentulous Arch


HANDS-ON workshops both days


 


Course Location May 2

Arnold and Biema Steinberg Medical Simulation Centre
3575 Parc Avenue, Suite 5640
Montreal, QC H2X 3P9

Course Location May 3

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D

Dr. Reena M. Talwar

Dr. Romeo Paculanan

Fall 2013 Courses


Download the Fall 2013 Brochure (English)

Téléchargez la brochure d'automne 2013 (anglais)

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

Fall 2013
Date Title Audience Presenters

Sept. 27, 2013

Clinical Applications of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in General Dental Practice


All-Day Didactic

Afternoon Panel Discussion followed by Wine-and-Cheese Tasting


          


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building, Room 1/12
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D, H, A

Dr. Marie Dagenais

Dr. Jean-Marc Retrouvey

Dr. Michel El-Hakim

Dr. Zovinar der Khatchadourian

Dr. Matthew Miller

Dr. Ali Fakhry

Oct. 4, 2013

Tooth Preparation: A New Twist to An Old Story


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Course limited to 20 partcipants



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D

Dr. Samer Abi Nader

Oct. 5, 2013

Concepts de préparation coronaire: Quand le succès dépend de la pile...


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Course limited to 20 partcipants



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

D

Dr. Samer Abi Nader

Nov. 1, 2013

Foundations for Endodontically-Treated Teeth


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Hands-on limited to 30 participants


  


Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Robert Loney

Dr. Richard Price

Nov. 8 - 9, 2013

Periodontal Symposium: Optimizing Teamwork and Enhancing Patient Care


Didactic November 8, HANDS-ON November 9

Hands-on limited to 30 participants


      


Course Location Nov. 8

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

Course Location Nov. 9

John Abbott College (Stewart East Building)
21275 Lakeshore Road
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 3L9


Download list of Instruments and Materials

Nov. 8: D, H, A

Nov. 9: D, H

Dr. Louis Drouin

Dr. Ali Fakhry

Dr. Douglas Hamilton

Ms. Catherine McConnell

Ms. Mila Peskir

Nov. 15 - 16, 2013

All-on-4 Continuum

Module I: Rehabilitation Concepts for the Completely Edentulous Patient


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Hands-on limited to 25 particpants



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Lesley David

Dr. John P. Zarb

Nov. 22, 2013

Virtual Surgical Planning in Orthognathic and Reconstructive Maxillofacial Surgery


All-day didactic


    


Course Location

The Ritz Carlton Montreal
1228 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3G 1H6

A preferential room rate is available for attendees.

D

Dr. Sean Edwards

Dr. Antoine Chehade

Dr. Nicholas Makhoul

Nov. 23, 2013

The Current Thinking Around Implant Maintenance: When to Intervene and When It Is Too Late


All-Day Didactic

Event Jointly-Held with Université de Montréal


    


Course Location

Université de Montreal, Pavillon Roger-Gaudry
2900, boul. Édouard-Monpetit, Montreal, QC
Entrance L-300, local D-225

D, H, A

Dr. Kirsten Warrer

Nov. 29, 2013

Implant-Retained Overdentures: Hands-On Course


Didactic in the morning, HANDS-ON in the afternoon

Hands-on limited to 20 participants



Course Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7

AM: D, H, A

PM: D

Dr. Samer Abi Nader

Dr. Ali Fakhry

Dr. Jocelyne Feine

Winter 2013 Courses

 

Download the Winter 2013 brochure (English-French)

Téléchargez la brochure d'hiver 2013 (anglais-français)

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

Winter 2013
Date Title Audience Presenters

Jan. 19, 2013

The Applications of 3-D Stereolythic Models in Implant Dentistry

Hands-on workshop


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D,L

Dr. Joel Berger

Dr. Ian Aires

Mr. Daniel R. Llop

Jan. 26, 2013

Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency

Module IV: Management of space problems in the Developing Dentition

Hands-on workshop


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon

AM: D,H,A

PM: D

Dr. Marie-Eve Asselin

Dr. Normand Bach

Dr. Irwin Fried

Dr. Duy-Dat Vu

Feb. 1, 2013

The Art and Science of Direct Esthetic Restorations

Hands-on workshop


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


All day hands-on

D

Dr. Cathia Bergeron

Feb. 8, 2013

Managing Surgical and Prosthodontic Complications in IMPLANT Dentistry

          


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


Didactic

D,H,A,L

Dr. Hassan Moghadam

Mar. 9, 2013

Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency

Module V: Management of Traumatic Injuries in the Primary & Mixed Dentitions

Hands-on workshop

     


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download list of Instruments and Materials

AM: D,H,A

PM: D

Dr. Marie-Eve Asselin

Dr. Cathy Vu

Dr. Duy-Dat Vu

Mar. 22, 2013

Finding Evidence Based Answers to Clinical Questions in a Busy Dental Practice

Hands-on workshop


Location

Life Sciences Library
3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, 3rd Floor
Montreal, QC H3G 1Y6

D,H

Ms. Angella Lambrou

Apr. 5-6, 2013

Creating Endodontic Excellence / Shaping and Cleaning Workshop

Hands-on workshop


Location

Hotel Omni
1050 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3A 2R6


Didactic April 5, hands-on April 6

Apr. 5: D,H,A

Apr. 6: D

Dr. Clifford J. Ruddle

April 13, 2013

Optimizing Esthetics of In-Office CAD/CAM Restorations

Hands-on workshop

Apr. 20, 2013

Optimizing Esthetic Outcomes with Anterior Single Tooth Implants

Hands-on workshop

     


Location

Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street
Montreal, QC H3A 0C7


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download list of Instruments and Materials

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D

Dr. Chris Barwacz

Dr. Ali Fakhry

Fall 2012 Courses

 

Download the Fall 2012 brochure.

Téléchargez la brochure d'automne 2012.

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

Fall 2012
Date Title Audience Presenters

Sept. 22,2012

Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency

Module I: Infant Oral Health, Behaviour Management and Anxiety


Half-day didactic

D,H,A,L

Dr. Marie-Eve Asselin

Dr. Irwin Fried

Sept. 29, 2012

McGill Symposium on Dental Technology and Communication


Didactic

D,H,A,L

Dr. Samer Abi Nader

Mr. Antonello Remartini

Mr. Olivier Tric

Oct. 12, 2012

 

Ernie Ambrose Lectureship Series: Homecoming 2012


Half-day didactic

D

Dr. Emanuel Alvaro

Dr. Ben Balevi

Dr. Tom Iwanowski

Dr. Brenda Joy

Oct. 20, 2012

Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency

Module II: Review of Restorative Options and Materials - all things considered

Hands-on workshop

     


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download course documents:

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D

Dr. Marie-Eve Asselin

Dr. Irwin Fried

Dr. Duy-Dat Vu

Oct. 26-27, 2012

Premalignant Lesions and Oral Cancer: What Dentists Must Know (October 26) and Soft Tissue Biopsy Workshop (October 27)

Hands-on workshop


Didactic October 26, hands-on October 27


Download list of Instruments and Materials

Oct. 26: D,H,A,L

Oct. 27: D

Dr. Michel El-Hakim

Dr. Adel Kauzman

Dr. Peter Chauvin

Dr. Michèle Tremblay

Nov. 2, 2012

Biologic, Biomechanical and Esthetic Concepts for the Restoration of Teeth and Endosseous Implants: An Interdisciplinary Approach

     


Didactic

D,H,A,L

Dr. Neil Starr

Nov. 9, 2012

Advances in Dental Pharmacology: Medicated and Complicated Dental Patients


Didactic

D,H,A,L

Ms. Karen Baker

Nov. 17, 2012

Implant-Retained Overdentures: Hands-on Course

Hands-on workshop

    


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download list of Instruments and Materials

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D

Dr. Samer Abi Nader

Dr. Chris Barwacz

Dr. Jocelyne Feine

Nov. 24, 2012

Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency

Module III: Pulp Therapy in the Primary and Immature Permanent Dentitions

Hands-on workshop

     


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download list of Instruments and Materials

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D

Dr. Marie-Eve Asselin

Dr. Irwin Fried

Dr. Cathy Vu

Dr. Duy-Dat Vu

Nov. 30, 2012

Symposium on Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD): Diagnosis and Treatment


Half-day didactic

D,H,A,L

Dr. Patrick Arcache

Dr. Brian Freund

Dr. Donald Taylor

Ms. Erin Cox

Dec. 8, 2012

Soft and Hard Tissue Lasers in Dentistry: Seeing the Light

         

Hands-on workshop


Didactic in the morning, hands-on in the afternoon


Download list of Instruments and Materials

AM: D,H,A,L

PM: D

Dr. Glenn van As


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