DENTAL EDUCATION UF CONTINUING - COMMITTED TO DENTAL EXCELLENCE

 
DENTAL EDUCATION UF CONTINUING - COMMITTED TO DENTAL EXCELLENCE
COMMITTED TO
            DENTAL EXCELLENCE

  UF CONTINUING
DENTAL EDUCATION

   2018-19 COURSE GUIDE | CE.DENTAL.UFL.EDU
DENTAL EDUCATION UF CONTINUING - COMMITTED TO DENTAL EXCELLENCE
UF College
                                                                                                                    of Dentistry
                                FROM THE DEAN                                                                       A. Isabel Garcia, DDS, MPH
                                                                                                                    Dean
                                                                                                                    James Haddix, DMD
                                                                                                                    Assistant Dean of Continuing
    “GO GREATER”
                                                                                                                    Dental Education
    In fall 2017, the University of Florida launched the Go                                                         Lori Murton, CPP, CeP
                                                                                                                    Assistant Director
    Greater capital campaign to provide a way for donors to
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    give through the university to enrich the lives of citizens                                                     Printing: Alta Systems
    across our state, the nation and the world. With a goal of $3
    bilion, the campaign encourages committed Gators to go
    even greater in support of students, faculty, improving UF’s                                                    TEAM TRAINING DISCOUNT
                                                                                                                    SAVE $25 on each team member
    programs and to better serve society.                                                                           who registers at the same time.

    While capital campaigns are extremely important to UF                                                           EARLY BIRD: SAVE $50 (or more)
                                                                                                                    off selected courses.
    and to the College of Dentistry, we can apply the idea of                                                       LOCATIONS: All courses are held at the
    going greater to other aspects of our lives as well. As part                                                    University of Florida College of Dentistry,
                                                                                                                    unless otherwise specified.
    of a preeminent university, UF Continuing Dental Education (CDE) strives to
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    go greater each year by offering dentists and dental auxiliaries a roster of courses                            UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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    of dentistry. The go greater mindset pushes CDE to update our core courses                                      888-550-4590 (toll-free)
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    health care treatment.
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    As you look through this 2018-2019 Course Guide, you’ll find courses designed
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                                                                                                                    these popular high-quality, high-impact
                                                                                                                    participation courses. Of particular note are
    A. Isabel Garcia                                                                                                the “A La Carte” sections of the AGD Master
    Dean                                                                                                            Track program. These sections allow you to
                                                                                                                    interact with the highest caliber of “life-long”
                                                                                                                    learners, while giving you a preview into UF’s
                                                                                                                    unique 25-month Comprehensive Dentistry
                                                                                                                    Program.

                                                                                                                    LIVE PATIENT TREATMENT COURSE
                                                                                                                    For the Ultimate CDE Experience

                                                                                                                    Football Championship CE Series (FCS)

                                    University of Florida is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental
                                    Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education.
                                    ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of
                                    credit hours by boards of dentistry. University of Florida designates each activity for the listed credit hours of
                                    continuing education credits. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or
                                    to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/goto/cerp

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2018-2019                  COURSE                GUIDE

                   UF Continuing Dental Education
                                 COMMITTED                        TO         DENTAL                     EXCELLENCE

                                                                                                                          Football Championship
                                                                                                                                CE Series
                                                                                                                           Look for the FCS logo for
                                                                                                                         world-class courses scheduled
                                                                                                                          during home-game Fridays.
                                                                                                                                  See page 13.

ADVANCED EDUCATION 4-6                                  IMPLANT DENTISTRY 16-19                                    PERIODONTOLOGY 25
Executive Practice Management Cohort VII 4              New Course 16                                              *Management of Root Exposure: Gingival Recession in
Comprehensive Dentistry Program Class 30 — FL AGD       Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Training for Dental          the 21st Century 25
   MasterTrack Course 5                                    Implants: Multiple Live Patient Experiences 16
                                                                                                                   PHARMACOLOGY 26
Internship/Fellowship/Preceptorships 6                      *Biologic Complications in Implant Dentistry 17
                                                                                                                   *Drugs in Dentistry Update 26
                                                        *Implant-Based Planning and Treatment Options for
AFFILIATIONS 6                                             Full-Arch Fixed Restorations 17                         PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 26-28
FDC Gator Dentist Reception 6
                                                             Management of Ridge Deficiencies:                    *Social Media Marketing & Online Reviews 26
UFCD Dental Fall Weekend 6                                  Graft and Graft-less Options 18                        *Associateships: When is it Time, Where to Begin and
ASDA Spring Synergy Weekend 6                           *Hard-Tissue Grafting Options for the Single or Adjacent      How to Make it Successful 27
AIRWAY 7                                                   Missing Tooth Site 18                                   3rd Annual Practice Management Symposium and EPM
Basic Airway Management for Dentists 7                  *Soft Tissue Grafting Options for the Single or Adjacent      Alumni Reunion 27
                                                           Missing Tooth Site 19                                   Embezzlement: “Show Me the Money!”
DENTAL AUXILIARY 7-9                                                                                                  When ‘Gut Feeling’ Turns into Reality 28
Professional Career Path for Dental Assistants 7        LASER 19-20
*Fundamentals of Dental Assisting 8                     *Utilize Today’s Dental Lasers in Managing Periodontal/    RADIOLOGY 28-29
                                                           Soft Tissue Conditions in the Dental Practice 19        Cone Beam Computed Tomography 28
**Radiology for Dental Auxiliary 8
                                                        User-Friendly Crown Lengthening Procedures to              Maximizing Important Information Seen in Panoramic
**Expanded Functions for Dental Auxiliary 9
                                                           Enhance Excellent Restorative Dentistry 20                Radiographs 29
DENTAL HYGIENE 9-11                                                                                                Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Mini-Residency 29
                                                        LICENSE RENEWAL 20
**Local Anesthesia for Today’s Dental Hygienist 9
                                                        *License Renewal Seminar: Updated to include OSHA,         RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY 30-31
*Implant Maintenance & Appropriate Chemotherapeutics       Risk Management & Record Keeping 20                     *Demystifying Attachment Dentistry: The All Day
   for the Advanced Periodontal Patient 10
                                                                                                                      Attachment Dentistry Ultimate Course 30
*14th Annual Dental Hygiene Symposium 10                NITROUS OXIDE 21
                                                        **Nitrous Oxide Psychosedation 21                             M ultidisciplinary Esthetic Resolutions for
*Advanced Ultrasonic Instrumentation in                                                                               Anterior Dentition 30
   Periodontal Management 11
                                                        ORAL MEDICINE 21-22                                           * Restorative Dentistry Update: From Conventional
ENDONTICS 11                                            *Oral Systemic Connection: New Insights and Keeping           to Digital Dentistry 31
*R2C™ — The Root to Crown Solution 11                      You Informed 21                                         *Treating Common Esthetic Challenges with
                                                        Oral Oncology Clerkship 22                                    Composite Resins 31
ESTHETIC DENTISTRY 12
*Botulinum Toxin 12                                     ORAL PATHOLOGY 22-23                                       REGISTRATION FORM 32
                                                           *An Update on Oral Pathology 22
GENERAL DENTISTRY 12-15                                                                                            2018-19 CALENDAR 33-34
                                                        *16th Annual Oral Pathology Symposium 23
*Update for 2018: Medical Emergencies in the                                                                       TRAVEL 35
   Dental Office 12                                     ORAL SURGERY 23
*Football Championship CE Series 13                        *Basic Oral Surgery and Grafting for the               CUSTOM SCHEDULED 35
*Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office 14                General Practitioner 23                                Board Remediation
*14th Annual General Dentist Symposium &                ORTHODONTICS 24                                            WEB-BASED COURSES 35
   CDP Reunion 14                                       Orthodontics for the General or Pediatric Dentist 24       CONFLICT OF INTEREST
*Dentistry Update 2018: The Best of Everything 15                                                                  We declare that neither we nor any member of our family
*Boomer Dentistry AND Managing Implant Mucositis        PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY 24-25                                  members have a financial arrangement or affiliation with any
                                                        Pediatric Dentistry Practicum 24                           corporate organization offering financial support or grant monies
   Versus Peri-Implantitis 15                                                                                      for this continuing dental education program greater than $999,
                                                        Pediatric Dentistry Mini-Residency 25                      nor do we have a financial interest greater than $1,000 in any
                                                                                                                   commercial product(s).

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*TEAM TRAINING These courses are recommended for team training **CERTIFICATION COURSE
DENTAL EDUCATION UF CONTINUING - COMMITTED TO DENTAL EXCELLENCE
ADVANCED EDUCATION
    Executive Practice Management™ Program for Dentists EPM 7: Bridging the Knowledge
    Gap from Clinical Dentist to Business Owner
    COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                           MORE INFORMATION
    The Executive Practice Management™ Program for Dentists, offered             Dr. Annelise Driscoll, 407-252-0471, drannelisedriscoll@gmail.com.
    by the University of Florida College of Dentistry, is designed to prepare
                                                                                 Full details, including application, course description, objectives, refund &
    dentists to become business owners and executive entrepreneurs
                                                                                 cancellation policies on-line http://epmfordentists.com
    within their dental practices. The curriculum designed for this 13-month
    program focuses on the critical components of business ownership             *NOTE: First session is Friday-Sunday and last session is Friday-Saturday.
    not taught within traditional dental education (DMD/DDS) programs.           Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to
    This program will equip dentists with the leadership tools that will         Patterson Dental and Berryhill, Hoffman, Getsee & DeMeola, LLC for unrestricted
    dramatically enhance your practice success.                                  educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.
    Upon completion of this program, students will have a significant
    understanding of:
                                                                                  ST. PETERSBURG             TUITION*                    FACULTY
    • Finance, financial management and financial planning                        DENTAL CENTER              $17,905 – Payable with      Annelise Ydstebo
    • Overall practice operations, compliance & efficiencies                      COURSE # 200010            an initial                  Driscoll, MBA, PhD
                                                                                  October 2018 –             non-refundable depos-
    • Human resources and staff management                                                                                               CEUs
                                                                                  October 2019               it of $2,500
    • Practice sales, marketing and systems                                                                  and $1,185 monthly
                                                                                                                                         189 contact hours
                                                                                  Saturday – Sunday          attendance fees.            Participation
                                                                                  9 am - 5 pm
    COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                                                        • CDP Alumni Discount       AGD # 550
                                                                                  LOCATION                   • Post 9/11 GI Bill
    The program develops business skills to enable dentists to increase                                      See website for details
                                                                                  University Partnership
    practice efficiencies and focus on serving patient’s needs. Practices that                               epmfordentists.com
                                                                                  Center at
    are soundly managed by knowledgeable dental entrepreneurs create              St. Petersburg College
    solid financial growth and sustainability allowing dentists to focus on       9200 113th St. N,
    providing affordable, high-quality care for patients.                         Seminole, FL 33772

    PREREQUISITES
    Candidates must be practicing, actively-licensed dentists, newly
    graduated dentists, or graduating dentists in dental school, and
    be accepted to this program by the University of Florida College                                   *Breakfast/Networking Lunch included
    of Dentistry.

                                                                                                       Executive Practice
                                                                                                       Management™
                                                                                                       Program
                                                                                                       for Dentists

      October 2018 – October 2019 | http://epmfordentists.com

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DENTAL EDUCATION UF CONTINUING - COMMITTED TO DENTAL EXCELLENCE
ADVANCED EDUCATION
FL AGD MasterTrack Course:
Comprehensive Dentistry Program Class 30
“As past president of FL AGD, a graduate of CDP-22 and visiting faculty for CDP-23 – CDP-29, I cannot overstate the value and
strength of this program. The personal enjoyment and professional growth derived from this program can best be illustrated
by the number of individuals who have been repeat participants. I would like to encourage you to contact Dr. Jim Haddix,
program director, or any of the other helpful people in the Office of Continuing Dental Education concerning questions about
the program. We look forward to hearing from you!” TONY MENENDEZ, DDS, MAGD, AGD REGIONAL DIRCTOR

COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                                  COURSE DIRECTOR
UF College of Dentistry has been offering this unique program for                   James Haddix, DMD, Associate Professor, Endodontics, Director of
over 38 years providing dentists an opportunity to:                                 the Comprehensive Dentistry Program at UF and Assistant Dean of
                                                                                    Continuing Dental Education.
• Earn 600 credits toward a Mastership in the Academy of General
  Dentistry MAGD                                                                    FACULTY
• Seek Diplomate status with the American Board of General                          Courses are presented by a variety of instructors including UF faculty,
  Dentists upon successful completion                                               other nationally-recognized experts and private practitioners who are
• Interact with instructors specializing in different fields; with                  known for their standards of excellence.
  evidence-based, research supported insights into the latest
  advancements in the profession                                                      GAINESVILLE                 TUITION*                  FACULTY
• Network with practitioners nationally and internationally                           COURSE # 200001             $27,475 Payable           Applications and full
                                                                                      June 2018 –                 with an initial non-      details are available
• Compile a body of reference material for practical, immediate                       June 2020                   refundable deposit        by calling
  use in your practice                                                                Fri.-Sat. 8 am - 5 pm
                                                                                                                  of $2,500 and $999        1-888-550-4590
                                                                                                                  monthly attendance        toll free or online at
• Expand knowledge for newly licensed dentists or introduce new                       Sun. 8 am - noon
                                                                                                                  fees                      www.ce.dental.ufl.
  skills for experienced dentists                                                     LOCATION                                              edu
COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                                     University of Florida
                                                                                                                                            CEUs
                                                                                      College of Dentistry
This 25-month postgraduate course in comprehensive dentistry                                                                                600 contact hours
                                                                                      Gainesville
provides the general practitioner an organized and structured                                                                               Participation
educational program of dental sciences in a format that offers
something for everyone. Classes meet one weekend per month
on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (including breakfast/lunch on Fri/
Sat and breakfast on Sun). Classes consist of lectures, discussion,
in-office projects, literature review, and intensive hands-on                                              *Breakfast/Networking Lunch included
participation utilizing the College of Dentistry’s state-of-the-art
Simulation Lab.

The course curriculum parallels the requirements for Mastership in
the Academy of General Dentistry. A certificate of completion is
awarded each candidate meeting all requirements.

                                                                                       AGD MasterTrack Courses
                                                                                       may be your answer. Course
                                                                                       topics & dates available online
                                                                                       at www.ce.dental.ufl.edu.
     Attention: AGD FELLOWS & CDP ALUMNI
                                                                                       Each 20 CEU Section

     Just a few courses short                                                          only $1,219*
                                                                                       CDP Alumni Courtesy Fee
                           of your AGD Mastership requirements?
                                                                                       only $1,099.*

                                                                                       To Register Call
                                                                                       1-888-550-4590
                                                                                                              TOLL FREE

                                                                                        *on a Space-Available basis

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.
Bookmark www.ce.dental.ufl.edu for the latest info, financial disclosures, and complete details.                                                                     5
ADVANCED EDUCATION                                                        AFFILIATIONS

    Advanced Education CE: US and
    International Dentists and Dental Scholars
                                                                              n   Gator Dentist Reception | JUNE 22, 2018
    n   Internship | 1 YEAR                                                   At the FDC, Gaylord Hotel, Orlando, Florida
    An educational experience that lasts one year and includes limited        All alumni, donors, friends and their guests are invited.
    patient care. Internships are open to any dentist (U.S./International)    No RSVP necessary!
    with a dental degree; topics can be either general dentistry or           Sponsored by The Academy of Alumni & Friends
    dental specialties.                                                       Save the Date: June 27-29, 2019

    n   Fellowship | 1 YEAR
    An educational experience that lasts one year and includes limited
    patient care. Fellowships are open to any dentist with a dental degree
    (U.S./International) and a specialty degree. The topic is a special-
    interest area in your specialty.

    n   Preceptorship | 1 MONTH - 12 MONTHS
    An educational experience that lasts between one month and a year.        n   Dental Fall Weekend | NOVEMBER 17, 2018
    No direct patient care is included in this experience. Preceptorships
    are intended for dentists with dental degrees and others who have         UFCD Dental Fall weekend in Gainesville, Florida.
    earned a terminal degree (U.S./International). Topics can be either       Multidisciplinary Esthetic Resolutions for Anterior Dentition
    general dentistry, dental specialties or research topics.                 by Patricia Pereira, DDS, PhD
                                                                              For more information or to register online, visit our web site at
    n   Mini-Residency | 1- 4 WEEKS                                           www.ce.dental.ufl.edu. Contact: (888) 550-4590; ce@dental.ufl.edu.
                                                                              Sponsored by The Academy of Alumni & Friends Program # 190184
    A custom-study program that lasts less than one month. No direct
    patient care is included in this experience. Mini-residencies are
    intended for dentists with a dental degree (U.S./International), topics
    include dental specialties listed below.

    FACULTY
    Courses will be presented by UF Faculty, who are known for their
    standards of excellence.
                                                                              THE AMERICAN STUDENT DENTAL ASSOCIATION
    *NOTE to Internationally-Educated Dentists:
    These programs WILL NOT prepare dentists to become licensed               Established in 1971, the American Student Dental Association has
    to practice dentistry in Florida. If you are interested in practicing     addressed the needs of dental students nationwide for more than 40
    dentistry in Florida, you will need a dental degree from an ADA-          years. It is the nation’s largest organization of dental students with a
    accredited dental school in order to be eligible to take the Florida      membership that boasts more than 86 percent of all students. ASDA
    Dental License examination.                                               enjoys a close, fraternal relationship with the ADA yet maintains
                                                                              political and financial autonomy; it is an association administered by
                                                                              and for the students.

     INTERNSHIP/             LOCATION                   PRECEPTORSHIP/        n   Spring Synergy Weekend | MARCH 29, 2019
     FELLOWSHIP              University of Florida      MINI-RESIDENCY
                                                                              Integrating UFCD into the Practice World: ASDA Vendor
     July 1, 2019 –          College of Dentistry       Custom scheduled
     June 30, 2020           Gainesville                                      Fair, Celebration of Science and UFCD CDE in Gainesville,
     APPLICATION
                                                                              Florida. CE presentation by Nico Geurs, DDS, MS. All alumni,
     DEADLINE                 Complete details, including specialties         donors, friends, private practitioners and UFCD faculty, staff &
     January 31, 2019         and application form, are online at             students are invited. For more information or to register online, visit
                              www.ce.dental.ufl.edu                           our web site at www.ce.dental.ufl.edu. Program # 190149

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AIRWAY MANAGEMENT                                                                        DENTAL AUXILIARY

Basic Airway Management Course for                                                        Professional Career Path for
Dentists: Changes to Anesthesia Rules                                                     Dental Assistants
COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                                        If you have no experience
Any dentist performing sedation or providing care to a sedated patient                    p8 – FUNDAMENTALS OF
should be able to provide airway management and ventilation for a                         DENTAL ASSISTING
patient encountering respiratory distress. The goal of the basic airway                   What can a career in Dental
course is to educate the practitioner in basic airway assessment via                      Assisting offer you?
history and physical assessment of the patient and to review relevant
anatomy, physiology, and equipment. The practitioner will learn the                       This course provides an
motor skills necessary to initiate basic airway management with                           introduction to basic dental
regards to relieving obstruction, insertion of airway adjuncts, mask                      assisting theory and skills for
ventilation, and intubation. Motor skills will be developed under                         pre-dental students planning to
supervision utilizing simulation. Participants will complete a post-                      participate in the UFCD Dental
course evaluation of their airway skills.                                                 Clinic Volunteer Program; and for
                                                                                          individuals seeking an entry-level
COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                                         dental assisting position in a dental
                                                                                          office. This is a hybrid course that
• Describe basic airway anatomy                                                           includes online instruction and
• Review basic pulmonary physiology and understand the effects of                         one weekend of classroom, lab,
  sedation on respiration                                                                 and clinic instruction and practice.
• Review basic airway exam                                                                The course includes certification
• Identify patients with an abnormal pre-sedation airway evaluation                       in OSHA, Bloodborne Pathogens,
  and how this affects sedation risk                                                      Infectious Waste Management, and
• Understand the role of monitoring in respiratory surveillance                           HIPAA. Student participants who
  including observation, auscultation, pulse oximetry and end-tidal                       complete this course receive a certificate of participation for all basic
  CO2 monitoring                                                                          dental assisting functions and are eligible to enroll in the Expanded
• Describe clinical situations in which oxygen, bag-valve-mask                            Functions Dental Assistant or Radiology certification courses.
  ventilation or intubation may be needed, and review various
  airway-related emergency situations that may occur with sedated                         If you have experience
  patients, including laryngospasm, foreign-body obstruction,                             CERTIFICATION COURSES FOR DENTAL AUXILIARY
  emesis and aspiration, and bronchospasm                                                 Florida does not license dental assistants and there is no examination
• Demonstrate understanding of indications for utilization of                             requirement. However, prior to the performance of expanded duties as
  airway equipment and describe sizing and placement for the                              defined by rule of the Board, the dental assistant must possess formal
  following: oxygen, stethoscope, bag-valve-mask, oropharyngeal                           training. This certification training falls into two categories:
  and nasopharyngeal airways, laryngeal mask airway (LMA),
  endotracheal tube (ETT), bougie, stylet, laryngoscope; glidescope,                      p8 – RADIOLOGY FOR DENTAL AUXILIARY:
  Yankauer suction                                                                        CERTIFICATION COURSE
• Review basic techniques of ventilation using simulated experiences
                                                                                          Radiography certification is obtained through the Department of
• Review basic techniques of intubation using simulated experiences                       Health by submitting documentation of successful completion of a
  with LMA, ETT                                                                           Board approved certification course; after completing three months of
• Demonstrate confirming tube placement and ventilation using                             on-the-job training through assisting in the positioning and exposing
  chest rise and EtCO2                                                                    of dental radiographic film under the direct supervision of a Florida
• Teamwork in emergency response                                                          licensed dentist. Department of Health application and fee is required,
                                                                                          in addition.
BONUS ($159 Value) Free 4 CEU Online Course “Treatment of
Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office”                                                 p9 – EXPANDED FUNCTIONS FOR DENTAL AUXILIARY:
                                                                                          CERTIFICATION COURSE
 GAINESVILLE                 REGISTRATION*               CEUs
 COURSE # 180237.04          Regular Fee      $899       4 contact hours                  Formal training which is required for certification in order to legally
 September 28, 2018          Early Bird Fee** $849       Participation                    perform certain remediable tasks. Rules 64B5- 16.005 and 16.006,
 COURSE # 190131.01                                                                       Florida Administrative Code, defines Remediable tasks (expanded
                             FACULTY                     BONUS CEUS
 January 25, 2019                                                                         functions) delegable to dental hygienists and dental assistants and the
                             Nikolaus Gravenstein,        4 contact hours
 COURSE # 190131.02          MD                           Online                          level of supervision required.
 April 26, 2019              John Hardeman,
 COURSE # 190225.01                                      AGD # 142
                             MD, DDS
 September 27, 2019
 Fri. 1 pm - 5 pm

                            *Snacks included (no lunch)
                        **Up to 1 month before course date

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.
Bookmark www.ce.dental.ufl.edu for the latest info, financial disclosures, and complete details.                                                                      7
DENTAL AUXILIARY                                                                DENTAL AUXILIARY
    CERTIFICATION CONTINUUM                                                         CERTIFICATION CONTINUUM

    Fundamentals of Dental Assisting                                                Radiology for Dental Auxiliary:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                              Certification Course
    This course provides an introduction to basic dental assisting theory and       This course is approved for Certification for Dental Radiographers
    skills for pre-dental students planning to participate in the UFCD Dental       per Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 64B5-9.011.
    Clinic Volunteer Program; and for individuals seeking an entry-level
    dental assisting position in a dental office. This is a hybrid course that      PREREQUISITE / LIMIT
    includes self-study via required text, workbook, DVD and completion
    of the prerequiste online courses below, PLUS one weekend of class-             At least three months of continuous on-the-job training through
    room, lab, and clinic instruction and practice. The course includes certi-      assisting in the positioning and exposing of dental radiographic film
    fication in OSHA, Bloodborne Pathogens, Infectious Waste Management,            under the direct supervision of a licensed dentist OR have completed
    and HIPAA.                                                                      the Fundamentals of Dental Assisting course, and be at least 18 years of
                                                                                    age, (Chapter 64B5-9.011). Signed acknowledgement of meeting these
    Students who complete this course receive a certificate of participation        prerequisites is required. Participants may be dismissed from course if
    for all introductory dental assisting skills needed to be considered for        found lacking appropriate dental experience.
    an “on-the-job trained or OJT” position in a dental office. Completion
    of this course is a pre-requisite for the Expanded Functions Dental             NOTE: Required prerequisites listed on course webpage at ce.dental.
    Assistant and/or Radiology certification courses offer by UFCD                  ufl.edu/courses
    Continuing Dental Education Department. Individuals who have
    completed the UFCD Professional Career Path for Dental Assistants               REGISTER EARLY
    program (Fundamentals, EFDA, and Radiology) or who are trained                  Limit is 20 participants, and course fills quickly.
    on the job, and who have a minimum of 3,500 hours of approved
    work experience may apply to take the Dental Assisting National
    Board (DANB) Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) credentialing exam. An
                                                                                    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    alternative pathway for DANB CDA exam eligibility is to complete a              One of the few courses taught by full-time dental radiologists, this
    Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) accredited dental assisting           course is specifically designed to make a complex subject much
    program such as the ten-month Dental Assisting Program offered at               easier to comprehend. Safety factors for protecting the operator
    Santa Fe College, Gainesville, Florida. The successful completion of such       and patient will be stressed.
    a program provides eligibility for the DANB CDA exam immediately upon
                                                                                    Once you register, the link to the online lectures will be delivered to your
    graduation and without the requisite 3,500 hours of approved dental
                                                                                    email. These lectures are video-recorded and web-streamed for self-
    assisting work experience.
                                                                                    paced, stop-and-go, pause-and–rewind, or fast-forward viewing.
    COURSE OBJECTIVES
                                                                                    To complete the course, you must register for a one-day Saturday
    At the completion of the course participants will be able to:                   hands-on clinical workshop (included in course fee) at the University
    • Participate in the UFCD Dental Clinic Volunteer Program                       of Florida College of Dentistry. You’ll be given the registration links
    • Seek an entry-level dental assisting position in a dental office              for your choice of workshop date in the web-based course.
    • Meet prerequisite for registering for Expanded Functions Dental               The mandatory workshop provides individualized hands-on clinical
      Assistant and Radiology certification courses                                 experience with mannequins to test proficiency in taking x-rays and
    NOTE: Required prerequisites listed on course webpage at ce.dental.ufl.         knowledge of Radiation Safety.
    edu/courses
                                                                                    COURSE OBJECTIVES
                                                                                    This course is a review for dental auxiliaries to reacquaint them with the
     GAINESVILLE                COURSE LIMIT                FACULTY                 necessary background material and fundamental principles needed for
     COURSE # 180248.02         30 Participants             Melissa Orobitg, CDA,   certification in radiology safety as currently required by Florida law.
     July 14-15, 2018                                       CRDH, BHSc, Director
                                REGISTRATION*
     COURSE # 190187            Regular Fee     $549        CEUs
     February 16-17, 2019       Early Bird Fee**$499        14 contact hours          GAINESVILLE                            COURSE LIMIT
                                                            Participation             COURSE # 180278.03                     20 Participants
     COURSE # 200020.01                                                               July 7, 2018
     July 20-21, 2019                                                                                                        REGISTRATION*
                                                                                      COURSE # 180278.04                     Regular Auxiliary Fee		    $449
     Sat.-Sun. 8 am - 4 pm                                                            October 27, 2018                       Early Bird Auxiliary Fee** $399
                                                                                      COURSE # 190159                        FACULTY
                                                                                      March 2, 2019                          Deeba Kashtwari, DDS, MS
                                                                                                                             Glenda Guarino, CDA, BPM, MHA,
                                                                                      COURSE # 200017.01
                                                                                                                             Coordinator of the Radiology Lab,
                               *Networking Lunch included                             July 27, 2019
                                                                                                                             Professor Emeritus, Santa Fe College
                            **Up to 1 month before course date
                                                                                      COURSE # 200017.02                     Mae Bell Wilson, CDA, AS
                                                                                      November 9, 2019
                                                                                                                             CEUS
                                                                                      Sat. 8 am - 5 pm                       14 contact hours
                                                                                                                             Participation

                                                                                                              *Networking Lunch included
                                                                                                           **Up to 1 month before course date

8                                                                                                 R E G I S T E R A T : W W W.C E . D E N TA L . U F L . E D U
DENTAL AUXILIARY                                                                                     DENTAL HYGIENE
CERTIFICATION CONTINUUM

Expanded Functions for Dental Auxiliary:                                                             Local Anesthesia for Today’s Dental
Certification Course                                                                                 Hygienist: Certification Course
36-hour Certification Course including Fabrication of Provisional Crowns.                            COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is approved for certification and training in Expanded                                   Today’s dental hygienist must be knowledgeable in all aspects of the
Functions for dental auxiliaries in Florida and Georgia per Florida Statutes,                        hygiene profession including providing local anesthesia administration
Section 466.024(6) and Board of Dentistry Rule 64B5-16.005.                                          to provide comfort to the dental patient. Presented by the *ADA CERP
                                                                                                     recognized University of Florida Office of Continuing Dental Education
PREREQUISITE                                                                                         and utilizing University of Florida faculty, this course provides
Minimum of three months of experience as a chair-side assistant                                      the participant with the mechanics to create a positive patient
or hygienist OR completion of the Fundamentals of Dental Assisting                                   environment with competent pain and anxiety management.
Course (p. 8). A form will be provided upon registration to certify                                  All aspects of local anesthesia are explored from pharmacology to
experience. Attendance of both Phase 2 & 3 is required for                                           anatomy and managing all dental patients requiring local anesthesia.
certification (Saturday-Sunday).                                                                     Special emphasis is placed on administering anesthesia to a
COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                                                   periodontal patient. Practice management aspects are provided with
                                                                                                     “pearls” to utilize quality local anesthesia administration by the dental
This three phase participation course is designed to teach the auxiliary                             hygienist as a practice builder involving today’s demanding patient.
to perform those expanded functions listed below. This course will
include those duties which may be performed under the supervision of a                               As with any hands-on training course, the participant should realize that
dentist and for which formal training is required.                                                   competency, and ultimately proficiency, in the administration of local anes-
                                                                                                     thesia requires repeated administration and periodic self-reeducation.
Phase I: Online Instruction. Students must complete all of the online
modular sessions and quizzes prior to attending the first clinical session.                          COURSE GOALS
Phase 2: Part I Clinical Instruction. Students will participate in a review                          The goals of this class are to assist the dental hygienist to become
of the online modules, complete the written examination and begin                                    knowledgeable in:
clinical participation.                                                                              • the use and administration of local anesthetics in all aspects of
Phase 3: Part II Clinical Instruction. Students will continue with clinical                            dentistry including periodontal patients
participation and complete a final clinical examination.                                             • the pharmacology, neurophysiology, neurochemistry and anatomy
                                                                                                       related to the administration of local anesthetics in a practical
Certificates will be awarded upon demonstration of competency and                                      common sense approach
satisfactory completion of written and clinical examinations.
                                                                                                     • in the physical and psychological evaluation of the patient prior to
COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                                                      receiving local anesthetic or dental treatment
To provide training for certification in the following expanded functions:                           • the side effects, complications and the management of those problems
• Laws & Rules                          • Placing intra-coronal provisional                            associated with local anesthetics to maintain safety as a priority
• Infection Control                       (temp.) restorations                                       COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Taking impressions for study casts • Placing bases and liners
                                                                                                     At the conclusion of the course, the participant will be trained in:
• Topical application of fluoride       • Suture removal
                                                                                                     • Scope of pain and anxiety           • Armamentarium
  (incl. foam & varnish)                • Application of pit & fissure
                                                                                                       control                             • Physical and psychological
• Placing & removing rubber dams sealants
• Placing and removing                  • Preliminary charting                                       • Neurophysiology                       evaluation
  periodontal dressings                 • Packing & removing retraction cord                         • Pharmacology of local                  ...and more
• Polishing clinical crowns for         • Fabricating provisional crowns                               anesthetics and vasoconstrictors
  removal of stains                     • Cementing provisional crowns
                                                                                                       Continuing Dental Education at UFCD expresses appreciation to Florida
• Polishing amalgam restorations          and bridges with temporary
                                                                                                       Probe and PerioSciences for unrestricted educational grants, which helped
• Placing and removing matrices           cement
                                                                                                       make this course possible.
***All necessary supplies and instruments will be provided. Please
bring your own safety glasses if you need special glasses.
                                                                                                     GAINESVILLE               COURSE LIMIT               FACULTY
NOTE: Required prerequisites listed at ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses                                     COURSE # 180275.03        30 Participants            Samuel B. Low, DDS,
                                                                                                     September 21-23, 2018                                MS, MEd, Course
                                                                                                                               REGISTRATION*
 GAINESVILLE                       REGISTRATION*                      CEUs                                                                                Director
                                                                                                     COURSE # 190130.01        Regular Fee
 See dates online.                 Regular                            36 contact hours               January 25-27, 2019       $1,449                     CEUs
 7:30 am Sign-in                   Auxiliary Fee $999                 Participation                                            Early Bird Fee**           60 contact hours
                                                                                                     COURSE # 190130.02
 Sat.-Sun. 8 am – 5 pm             Early Bird Fee** $899                                                                       $1,299                     Participation
                                                                      FACULTY                        June 7-9, 2019
 COURSE LIMIT                                                         Gail Schneider Childs,
                                                                                                     COURSE # 200003
 30 Participants                                                      MPH, RDH, Director
                                                                                                     September 27-29, 2019
 Standard cancellation policy does not apply to this course. Refunds, less $110, will be processed
 for registrants who cancel less than 14 days before the course starting date. Refunds cannot be     Fri. 1 pm - 6 pm          NOTE: Required prerequisites listed on course
 given for cancellations on or after the course starting date. Accepts Post 9/11 GI Bill & MYCAA     Sat.-Sun. 8 am - 5 pm     webpage at ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses
 Scholarships.

                                        *Lunch included                                                       *Breakfast and Networking Lunch included on Saturday-Sunday
                              **Up to 1 month before course date                                                           **Up to 1 month before course date

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.
Bookmark www.ce.dental.ufl.edu for the latest info, financial disclosures, and complete details.                                                                                    9
DENTAL HYGIENE                                                               DENTAL HYGIENE
     Implant Maintenance & Appropriate                                            14th Annual Dental Hygiene Symposium
     Chemotherapeutics for the Advanced                                           COURSE DESCRIPTION
     Periodontal Patient                                                          This popular program will give you new and practical information on a
                                                                                  broad range of topics of specific interest to dental hygienists. Brought
     PERIODONTAL MAINTENANCE OF DENTAL IMPLANTS                                   to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-
                                                                                  topic, multi-speaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidence-based
     The increase in dental implant therapy has been exponential in the last
                                                                                  information in an engaging and concise one-day program.
     twenty years however our knowledge on how to maintain the health of
     the fixtures has not kept pace. This program will define the components      n John Hardeman, MD, DDS
     of an implant system, review an assortment of implant systems and              Medical Evaluation and Management of the Dental Patient. What You Need
     explore some of the most accepted methods of patient and professional          to Know. What You Need to Do.
     maintenance. Recommendations of oral hygiene measures will be given.
                                                                                  n Leda Mugayar, DDS
     Additionally this course will review the parameters of health between
                                                                                    Silver Diamine Fluoride: Let’s Talk About It
     natural teeth and implant fixtures and discuss state of the art monitoring
     techniques to help ensure maintenance of health of the dental implant.       n Judy Bendit, RDH, BS
                                                                                   The Myths, Legends and Realities of OTC Products
     COURSE OBJECTIVES
     After attending this program the attendee should be able to:                 FOR MORE INFORMATION
     • Recognize the components of dental implant systems                         • Vendor Fair and door prizes
     • Recognize the procedures of normal hygiene visits
                                                                                  See website for full details: www.ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses
     • Delineate the differences between the soft tissue attachment to
       teeth and implant surfaces
                                                                                  Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation
     • Appreciate some of the modern monitoring methods                           to 3M, Delta Dental, Henry Schein and Philips North America
     • Recognize the procedures recommended for an implant hygiene visits         for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this
                                                                                  course possible.
     CHEMOTHERAPEUTICS FOR THE ADVANCED
     PERIODONTAL PATIENT
     Not all patients that need or require surgical periodontal care are can-      GAINESVILLE                 REGISTRATION*             CEUs
     didates for this form of therapy. A variety of factors preclude them          COURSE # 180296             Regular Fee               6 contact hours
     from receiving or pursuing surgery to correct their problems. This            August 25, 2018             RDH              $279     Lecture
     population of patients may benefit from a variety of chemotherapeutic                                     Early Bird Fee** $229
                                                                                   Sat. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm                                AGD # 690
     pharmacologic agents currently available to affect host modulation            7:30 am check-in &
     and address their disease. This program will explore the rationale and        breakfast
     appropriate usage of pharmacologic agents used as adjuncts to tradi-
     tional modes of periodontal therapy as well as DNA culturing to assist
     your selection of medications.

     COURSE OBJECTIVES
                                                                                                        *Networking Breakfast/Lunch included
     After attending this program the attendee should be able to:                                        **Up to 1 month before course date
     • Recognize the etiology of periodontal disease
     • Recognize the patients that can most benefit from adjunctive
       pharmacotherapeutic medications
     • Understand the methods to determine which medications may be                                                     MARK YOUR
       most advantageous for their patients                                                                  AUG        CALENDAR:
     RECOMMENDED FOR                                                                                         24         15th Annual Dental
                                                                                                            2019        Hygiene Symposium
     Dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, office staff
     Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation
     to Colgate for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make
     this course possible.

     GAINESVILLE              REGISTRATION*              FACULTY
     COURSE # 180254          Regular Fee                Gregory E. Oxford,
     August 3, 2018           Dentists    $399           DDS, MS, PhD
                              Auxiliaries $299
     Sat. 8 am - 3 pm                                    CEUs
                              Early Bird Fee**           6 contact hours
                              Dentists      $349         Lecture
                              Auxiliaries   $249
                                                         AGD # 495

                            *Networking Lunch included
                         **Up to 1 month before course date

10                                                                                               R E G I S T E R A T : W W W.C E . D E N TA L . U F L . E D U
DENTAL HYGIENE                                                                           ENDONTICS
Advanced Ultrasonic Instrumentation                                                       R2C™ — The Root to Crown Solution
in Periodontal Management                                                                 The Endodontic CE Solution from Diagnosis through Restoration
Leave traditional root planing behind and move into a new
                                                                                          COURSE DESCRIPTION
era of periodontal care.
                                                                                          Each step of endodontically treating and restoring a tooth is
COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                                        connected. This course walks through each step of root canal
                                                                                          therapy- with each building on the success of the previous phase.
Micro-thin ultrasonic instrumentation decreases fatigue and enhances                      From diagnostic protocol through coronal restoration, learn
efficiency with new topical anesthetics and techniques to manage                          techniques for clinical success at every step needed to take the
difficult access, including the pesky furcation! Incorporating power                      patient out of pain, restore function to the tooth while maintaining
driven instrumentation into the periodontal component of the practice                     the proper aesthetic, and enhance long term success.
provides a time effective adjunct to definitive root planing and the
biofilm removal process of the periodic supportive maintenance.                           COURSE OBJECTIVES
Enhance your armamentarium in treating today’s initial and recare                         After this lecture course, the participants will be able to:
periodontal patient where surgical therapy may not be feasible. By
incorporating a combination of both ultrasonic instrumentation in                         • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning — A complete understanding of
tandem with air glycine technologies, the participant is taken to new                       the factors of each case
heights in providing a synergistic level of care.                                         • Endodontic Access — Creating a proper access cavity is critical
                                                                                          • Antibacterial Dressings — Inter-appointment medicaments and
COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                                           temporizing teeth
• Determine which device will work best for you to achieve effective                      • Shaping Utilizing the Most Advanced File Technology Choices for
  results                                                                                   imparting an appropriate shape to the canal
• Explore techniques to remove biofilm and calculus in the least                          • Irrigation — Importance of removal of infection-causing bacteria
  accessible areas, such as furcas, and how to enhance patient                            • Obturation — Pros and Cons of sealers and obturation techniques
  comfort with thin tip technology                                                        • Coronal restoration of the Endodontically Treated Tooth Choosing
• Learn power driven instrumentation and how to incorporate it into                         between direct vs. indirect restoration
  the periodontal component of the practice
• Understand how to provide local anesthesia without mandibular                           Continuing Dental Education at UFCD expresses appreciation to
  blocks and painful palatal injections                                                   DENTSPLY Tulsa Dental Specialties for exhibitor support, which
                                                                                          helped make this course possible.
• Provide ergonomic techniques to decrease physical fatigue and
  enhance time efficiency
                                                                                           SEMINOLE                 REGISTRATION*               FACULTY
Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its
                                                                                           COURSE # 181016          Regular Fee                 Reza Farshey, DMD
appreciation to Florida Probe and PerioScience for unrestricted
                                                                                           September 22, 2018       Dentists    $329
educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.                                                                                  CEUs
                                                                                                                    Auxiliaries $249
                                                                                           8 am - 4:00 pm                                       7 contact hours
                                                                                                                    Early Bird Fee**
                                                                                                                                                AGD # 070
                                                                                                                    Dentists      $279
 GAINESVILLE                 REGISTRATION*              FACULTY                                                     Auxiliaries   $199
 COURSE # 190178             Regular Fee                Samuel B. Low, DDS,
 January 12, 2019            Dentists    $549           MS, MEd                                                     NOTE: Auxillary must
                             Auxiliaries $399                                                                       be in attendance with
 Sat. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm                                 CEUs                                                        their DN.
                             Early Bird Fee**           7 contact hours
                             Dentists      $499         Participation
                             Auxiliaries   $349
                                                        AGD # 495

                                                                                                                   *Networking Lunch included
                                                                                                                **Up to 1 month before course date

                           *Networking Lunch included
                        **Up to 1 month before course date

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.
Bookmark www.ce.dental.ufl.edu for the latest info, financial disclosures, and complete details.                                                                    11
ESTHETIC DENTISTRY                                                            GENERAL DENTISTRY
     Botulinum Toxin: The HOW & WHY to                                             Update for 2018: Medical Emergencies in
     Incorporate it into Your Dental Practice                                      the Dental Office
                                                                                   New Algorithms and Routes of Administration for
     COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                            Emergency Drugs, How to Save a Life (Including Your Own)
     This day and a half course (10 hours) will provide an introduction
     to Botulinum Toxin Type A, focusing on both the cosmetic and                  COURSE DESCRIPTION
     therapeutic uses to provide comprehensive patient care and “Total             A crisis situation can — and likely will — occur at some time in your
     Facial Aesthetics” in your dental practice.                                   practice. Many potential medical emergencies can be prevented. Gain a
     The presentation will include a review of pertinent facial anatomy and        comprehensive command of the essential knowledge and skills needed to
     muscle physiology and Botulinum Toxin’s mechanism of action. Specific         handle a life threatening medical crisis.
     areas of treatment will be explained and demonstrated. The integration        There are more medically compromised patients coming to our offices
     of Botulinum Toxin in a dental environment will be discussed, from the        than ever before. Acquire “up to the minute” actions for dealing with a
     patient consultation to the evaluation and diagnosis and finally to the       medical emergency while challenging preconceived or outdated ideas.
     treatment with before and after case presentations.                           Daniel Pompa, DDS — Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, ADA Consultant
     Detailed information will be provided concerning the safety and risk          and Seminar Series Speaker — discusses the prevention, preparation,
     concerns when using Botulinum Toxin, along with the management                recognition and management of medical emergencies. Delivered in an
     and treatment of complications, dilution protocols, sterile injection         interactive, high energy, multimedia presentation frequently described
     techniques and proper placement for desired outcomes.                         by attendees as “highly informative,” “engaging,” and “exceptional.” A
                                                                                   step-by-step medical approach using basic physical diagnostic methods
     During the course, you will gain valuable insight and pearls on the           is reviewed, giving the attendee a clear understanding of these medical
     “how to” of incorporating Botulinum Toxin into your dental practice.          findings. We will explore the “Conversational History” and how it will
     The potential for practice growth and profitability will be explored,         uncover medical issues not revealed by the standard health history
     as well as implementation with staff training and incorporation into          form. Additionally, the participant will learn simple, non-invasive critical
     treatment plans.                                                              tests that can reduce overall risks. We clearly delineate indications for
     In the hands-on workshop, you will have the opportunity to diagnose,          emergency drug use and proper dosages, as well as demonstrate how
     map and treat a model patient with one-on-one mentored instruction.           to assemble and maintain an ideal emergency drug kit. The newest
     Upon completion of the full-day program, you will have the confidence         techniques for drug administration will be shown for participants to
     and skills to begin implementing Botulinum Toxin treatments into your         hone their skills utilizing simulation models and real drugs. Dr. Pompa
     dental practice.                                                              may incorporate live demonstrations to enhance the learning experience
                                                                                   depending on the venue format.
     COURSE OBJECTIVES
                                                                                   We clearly delineate indications for emergency drug use and proper
     • Understand the benefits of adding Botulinum Toxin to your practice          dosages, as well as demonstrate how to assemble and maintain an ideal
     • Review current trends in the cosmetic industry                              emergency drug kit. The newest techniques for drug administration will be
     • Define “Total Facial Aesthetics” concept                                    shown for participants to hone their skills utilizing simulation models and
     • Understand patient assessment and consultation for Botulinum Toxin          real drugs. Dr. Pompa may incorporate live demonstrations to enhance
       treatments                                                                  the learning experience depending on the venue format.
     • In-depth review of facial anatomy and muscle action to ensure               Attendees will receive and review color-coded instructional cards
       treatments are safe and effective                                           depicting the most common life-threatening situations with algorithms
     • Learn proper sterile techniques for storage, preparation, dilution and      providing an easy to follow action plan for both dentist and team
       injection of Botulinum Toxin                                                members. We will also review the legal and moral obligations that are
     • Explain how to diagnose and treat the “gummy smile”                         presented during a medical crisis.
     • Learn therapeutic treatment for bruxism to relieve TMJ syndrome
     • Understand how to incorporate various treatments to optimize dental         Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to
       treatment plans                                                             Colgate, DDS Labs and TD Bank for an unrestricted grant, which
     • And more...see website for full details: www.ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses      helped, in part, to make this course possible.
     Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation
     to Allergan for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make          SEMINOLE                  REGISTRATION*              FACULTY
     this course possible.                                                          COURSE # 190157.01        Regular Fee                Daniel G. Pompa, DDS
                                                                                    November 17, 2018         Dentists    $329
                                                                                    Fri. 8 am - 4 pm          Auxiliaries $229           CEUs
      GAINESVILLE                 REGISTRATION*               FACULTY                                                                    7 contact hours
      COURSE # 190227             Regular Fee      $2245      Tracy Shaw, DMD       CORAL GABLES              Early Bird Fee**           Lecture
      February 22-23, 2019        Early Bird Fee** $2045                            COURSE # 190157.02        Dentists       $279
                                                              CEUs                  May 24, 2019                                         AGD # 142
                                                                                                              Auxiliaries    $179
                                  COURSE LIMIT                12 contact hours
      Fri. 8 am - 5 pm                                                              Fri. 8 am - 4 pm
                                  15 Participants             Participation
      Sat. 8 am - noon
                                                              AGD #780

                                                                                                            *Networking Lunch included
                                                                                                         **Up to 1 month before course date
             *Includes Breakfast and Networking Lunch Friday, Breakfast Saturday
                             **Up to 1 month before course date

12                                                                                               R E G I S T E R A T : W W W.C E . D E N TA L . U F L . E D U
FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP CE SERIES
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                                                                                                              SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 | PG 18
                                                                                                                Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS
                                                                                                            Management of Ridge Deficiencies:
                                                                                                              Graft and Graft-less Options
                                                                                                               SEPTEMBER 14, 2018 | PG 22
                                                                                                            Indraneel Bhattacharyya, DDS, MSD
                                                                                                               An Update on Oral Pathology
                                                                                                                OCTOBER 5, 2018 | PG 17
                                                                                                                Luiz H. Gonzaga, DDS, MS
                                                                                                       Biologic Complications in Implant Dentistry
                                                                                                               NOVEMBER 2, 2018 | PG 31
                                                                                                                UF Gators Homecoming
                                                                                                                   Alex Delgado, DDS
                                                                                                              Restorative Dentistry Update:
                                                                                                          From Conventional to Digital Dentistry
                                                                                                                NOVEMBER 9, 2018 | PG 23
                                                                                                                 John Hardeman, MD, DDS
                                                                                                              Basic Oral Surgery and Grafting
                                                                                                                for the General Practitioner
                                                                                                               NOVEMBER 17, 2018 | PG 30
                                                                                                                    Dental Fall Weekend
                                                                                                                 Patricia Pereira, DDS, PhD
                                                                                                           Multidisciplinary Esthetic Resolutions
                                                                                                                   for Anterior Dentition

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GENERAL DENTISTRY                                                             GENERAL DENTISTRY
     Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office                                      14th Annual General Dentist Symposium &
     High Fidelity Interactive Simulation                                          CDP Reunion
     Exercises and Debriefing Discussions for                                      COURSE DESCRIPTION
     the Dental Team                                                               This popular program will give you new and practical information on a
                                                                                   broad range of topics of specific interest to general dentists. Brought
     COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                            to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-
     As medical science advances, it is expected that dentists will encounter      topic, multi-speaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidence-based
     an increase in the number of medically complex patients seeking               information in an engaging and concise one-day program.
     routine dental care. Dentists are frequently challenged by the medically      n Leda Mugayar, DDS
     compromised patients who present for treatment. Not only is it difficult        Managing Early Childhood Caries : Should I Call SOS or SDF ?
     to keep up with the medical knowledge necessary to understand the
                                                                                   n John Hardeman, MD, DDS
     status of your patients, it is sometimes difficult to decide which medical
                                                                                    Medical Evaluation and Management of the Dental Patient. What You Need
     issues are important to your dental care, and which issues should alert
                                                                                    to Know. What You Need to Do.
     you to the possibility of a medical emergency occurring.
                                                                                   n Jean-Francois Roulet, DDS, PhD
     Moreover, the active treatment of a medical emergency in the office
                                                                                    Ceramics – An Update
     setting can be intimidating and confusing not only to dentists, but to
     any health care practitioner. Preparation, via reading and lectures is        n Patricia Pereira, DDS, PhD
     helpful but is no substitute for real experience in a lifelike situation.      Resin Luting Cements: Uncomplicating the Complicated
     For this reason, we have developed an emergency preparedness                  FOR MORE INFORMATION
     course with high fidelity simulations so that dentists and their staffs
                                                                                   • Vendor Fair and door prizes
     can practice simulated emergency care in a real clinical environment.
     Utilizing the University of Florida Medical Education Simulation Center,      See website for full details: www.ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses
     dentists and their staff members will participate in a number of
     emergency scenarios, followed by discussion of the various principles         Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation
     involved in identifying and responding to medical emergencies that            to 3M, Delta Dental, Florida Probe, Henry Schein and Philips North
     may be encountered in dental offices. We will also discuss emergency          America for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this
     preparedness, and suggest practical ways you and your office staff            course possible.
     can remain in a constant state of readiness. Since team function is an
     important aspect of emergency care, this presentation is designed to be
     taken by the entire dental team.                                                GAINESVILLE                REGISTRATION*             CEUs
                                                                                     COURSE # 180295            Regular Fee $449          6 contact hours
     COURSE OBJECTIVES                                                               August 25, 2018                                      Lecture
                                                                                                                Early Bird Fee** $399
     In this presentation you will:                                                  Sat. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm                               AGD # 250
     • Participate along with your staff and other attendees in hands-
       on simulations of a variety of medical emergencies for which a
       dental office should be prepared including syncope, angina attack,
       MI, cardiac arrhythmia, stroke, hypertensive episode, airway
       obstruction, seizure, local anesthetic overdose, epinephrine
       reaction, hypoglycemia, asthma attack, hyperventilation, and
       allergic reaction/anaphylaxis                                                                    *Networking Breakfast/Lunch included
                                                                                                         **Up to 1 month before course date
     • Render emergency care in real time in a stress-free simulated
       surgical environment; respond to variations in patient response
     • Assign roles and direct your team in rescuing your patient                                                      MARK YOUR
     • Define medical risk assessment and learn its relevance to the                                          AUG      CALENDAR:
       dental patient                                                                                         24       15th Annual General
                                                                                                                       Dentist Symposium &
     • Understand the stress reaction and how it affects dental patients                                      2019
                                                                                                                       CDP Reunion
     • And More! See website for details — www.ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses

      GAINESVILLE              REGISTRATION*            FACULTY
      COURSE # 180244.02       Regular Fee              Nikolaus Gravenstein, MD
      October 26, 2018         Dentists    $899         John Hardeman, MD, DDS
                               Auxiliaries $299
      COURSE # 200011                                   CEUs
      November 1, 2019         Early Bird Fee**         9.5 contact hours total
                               Dentists       $849      5.5 Participation &
      Fri. 12 pm - 6 pm                                 4 Online
                               Auxiliaries    $249
                                                        AGD # 142

                               *Snacks included (no lunch)
                           **Up to 1 month before course date

14                                                                                               R E G I S T E R A T : W W W.C E . D E N TA L . U F L . E D U
GENERAL DENTISTRY                                                                        GENERAL DENTISTRY
 Dentistry Update 2018:                                                                   Boomer Dentistry AND Managing Implant
 The Best of Everything                                                                   Mucositis Versus Peri-Implantitis
 The Bottom Line on Outstanding Products and Concepts                                     Boomer Dentistry: Managing Dental Conditions
 that are Routinely Used in Practice                                                      of the “Boomer Generation”
 COURSE DESCRIPTION                                                                       COURSE DESCRIPTION
 A fast-paced course designed for the general practitioner                                The over “sixty” population will increase significantly during the next
 encompassing all areas of dentistry. Come learn real world tips from                     decade and with that comes an increased frequency of oral conditions
 Dr. Michael R. Dorociak, a practicing clinician who focuses on the best                  associated with the “Baby Boomer Generation.” Two primary areas of
 materials, devices, and techniques in dentistry. As a Project Director                   concern surrounding chronic inflammation are periodontitis, with over
 and Chairman of the Board for Gordon J. Christensen Clinicians                           40% having tooth loss disease, and Xerostomia, with the compromised
 Report, Dr. Dorociak will present the latest research and cutting edge                   lifestyle resulting from associated symptoms and root caries.
 information in a practical, entertaining, and highly useful format. With
 the leadership of Dr. Gordon Christensen, Clinicians Report is the
                                                                                          COURSE OBJECTIVES
 original and only independent dental product testing organization.                       • Standardizing the collection of periodontal data in an efficient
                                                                                            manner and reviewing successful parameters to determine tooth
 • Are digital scanners better than conventional impressions? Which
                                                                                            survival in short and long term prognosis
   ones are working well?
                                                                                          • Developing “realistic” non-surgical therapies and the respective
 • What are the newer instruments in restorative dentistry and oral
                                                                                            re-evaluation with emphasis on “new” anti-inflammatory systems
   surgery?
                                                                                            including micro-ultrasonic and laser technology, and nutraceuticals
 • Are the new Universal Composites and Universal Adhesives really                          such as probiotics and anti-oxidants
   working? Are dual-cure restorative resins the newest trend?
 • What are the latest developments in zirconia crowns?                                   Managing Implant Mucositis Versus Peri-Implantitis
 • Why are zirconia crowns coming off?                                                    Perplexed by the elusive inflamed dental implant?
 • What are the best materials and concepts for fixed prosthodontics?                     Confused by the various treatment strategies?

 Take home practice management, endodontic, and restorative pearls.                       COURSE DESCRIPTION
 All this and many more highly relevant topics in all areas of dentistry.                 Inflammation around dental endosseous implants ranges from
 This course is designed for those who operate in the trenches on a                       mucositis to bone loss implantitis. Recent studies reveal that implant
 routine basis. You will come away with an appreciation of what works                     success depends on quality prevention and maintenance while failure
 and what is best for your practice. Come and enjoy the hottest topics                    rates continue to be at an all time high. The dental team including the
 in dentistry. The objective is simple: Learn today and use tomorrow!                     dental hygienist requires the adequate systems and tools to enhance
                                                                                          the longevity of implant health.
 COURSE OBJECTIVES
                                                                                          COURSE OBJECTIVES
 • Discover a new passion for dentistry
                                                                                          Build your confidence in implant management by:
 • Evaluate new products and techniques
                                                                                          • Enhancing your diagnostic skills for implantitis versus mucositis
 • Decide what technology is best suited for your practice                                • Considering local versus systemic antibiotics in detoxification/
 • Perform procedures faster, easier, and with higher quality                               decontamination
 • Go home reinvigorated about new concepts                                               • Creating innovative at home oral hygiene systems that enhance
 • Motivate patients toward acceptance of new treatment options                             compliance
 • Discover ways to make your practice more profitable and enjoyable                      • Incorporating safe techniques for at-the-chair ultrasonic debridement
                                                                                          See website for complete details — www.ce.dental.ufl.edu/courses

 SEMINOLE                   REGISTRATION*               FACULTY
                                                                                          Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its
                                                                                          appreciation to Florida Probe, Patterson Dental and PerioScience
 COURSE # 180250            Regular Fee                 Michael R. Dorociak,
                                                                                          for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this
 September 15, 2018         Dentists    $349            DDS, MAGD, Chairman
                                                        of the Board and
                                                                                          course possible.
                            Auxiliaries $249
 COURSE # 200015
                                                        Project Director
 September 21, 2019         Early Bird Fee**            Gordon J. Christensen
                            Dentists      $299          Clinicians Report                   ORLANDO                  REGISTRATION*              FACULTY
 Sat. 8 am - 4 pm
                            Auxiliaries   $199                                              COURSE # 180322          Regular Fee                Samuel B. Low, DDS,
                                                        CEUs
                                                                                            November 16, 2018        Dentists    $379           MS, MEd
                                                        7 contact hours
                                                                                                                     Auxiliaries $249
                                                        Lecture                             GAINESVILLE                                         CEUs
                                                                                            COURSE # 200002          Early Bird Fee**           7 contact hours
                                                        AGD # 250
                                                                                            November 15, 2019        Dentists       $329        Lecture
                                                                                                                     Auxiliaries    $199
                                                                                            Fri. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm                              AGD # 495

                          *Networking Lunch included
                       **Up to 1 month before course date
                                                                                                                   *Networking Lunch included
                                                                                                                **Up to 1 month before course date

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.
Bookmark www.ce.dental.ufl.edu for the latest info, financial disclosures, and complete details.                                                                      15
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