Friday, November 9, 2007
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building
The Toronto Academy of Dentistry 416-967-5649 *www.tordent.com
A Hands-On Experience
EXHIBIT FLOOR OPENS 10 am – 6 pm
The Toronto Academy of Dentistry, a respected leader and resource to the dental profession in the Metropolitan Toronto Area since 1890, is dedicated to enhancing the professional lives of its members through guidance, education and service.
The Winter Clinic is the place that you will find exciting new products, learn vital new information and enjoy novel presentations and demonstrations.
Where We Are and Where We Are Going? — Dentistry at a Crossroads
Asbjorn Jokstad, DDS, Ph.D. Toronto, Ontario Evidence Based Dentistry
David Mock, DDS, Ph.D., F.R.C.D.(C) Toronto, Ontario Dental School Can be Fun! Dental Education in Canada
Irwin W. Fefergrad, BA, BCL, LLB Toronto, Ontario Internationally Trained Professionals
Gerry Ross, DDS Tottenham, Ontario The Use of Low Level Laser for Pain Relief, Wound Healing, Nerve Regeneration and Muscle Relaxation in Dentistry
Michael Holmes Toronto, Ontario Is Risk a Four-letter Word?
Sara Solomon, BSc, DMD Toronto, Ontario George Chaker, CPT Toronto, Ontario Dentistry: A Pain in the Neck… and Back
Neal Kravitz, DMD, MS Chantilly, Virginia Temporary Anchorage Devices: The Future of Orthodontic Interdisciplinary Treatment
Dani Botbyl, RDH, Clinical Educator Welland, Ontario Contemporary Ultrasonic Instrumentation
Amber Brown, MD Barrie, Ontario Revolutionary Aesthetic Procedures… New Opportunities
THE HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE!
Visit these informative Hands-on Presentations on the Exhibit floor!
ABELSoft Corporation Clinical Practice Enhanced Through Technology
Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. TBA
Dentsply Canada Ltd. TBA
Global Microscopes — Newfields Posture Performance Possibilities See The Difference In 2 Uniforms TBA
Innova Corporation New Alternatives for Crown & Bridge Implant Restorations
Kodak Dental Systems Digital Demonstration
Nexgen Lasers Inc. HydraFacial: The Complete Skin Station
Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. TBA
Obtura Spartan Endo And Endo Restorative Mini Clinics
Pro-Art Dental Laboratory Limited Smile Design
Shaw Group of Dental Laboratories Jan Walsh Caricatures
AN ALL-STAR LINE-UP OF SPEAKERS
Dr. Paul Homoly, CSP Charlotte, North Carolina Making It Easy for Patients to Say “Yes”
James Dunn, DDS Loma Linda, California Conservative Aesthetic Dentistry in an Extreme Makeover World
Dani Botbyl, RDH, Clinical Educator Niagara, Ontario A Unique Workshop: Hands on with the Cavitron Ultrasonic System.
Gregory J. Folse, DDS Lafayette Louisiana Geriatric/Special Needs Patients: When, Where and How to Treat
Howard Tenenbaum, DDS, Dip Perio, Ph.D., FRCD(C) Toronto, Ontario New Insights on Common Oral Conditions… Treatment vs Prevention
Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH Richardson, Texas Creating the Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam and Its Not What You Say… Or Is It?
Dale A. Miles, BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C) Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Diplomate, American Board of Oral Medicine Fountainhills, Arizona Digital X-ray imaging: Making Sense of Your Sensors “Magic Shadows”: Visualization Replaces Interpretation — Cone Beam Imaging for Dentistry
Maria Ryan, DDS, Ph.D. Stony Brook, New York Clinical Applications for Host Modulatory Therapy
Neal Kravitz, DMD, MS Chantilly, Virginia Interdisciplinary Treatment with Temporary Anchorage Devices: A Collection of Case-Reports for the Restorative Dentist
Uche Odiatu, DMD Toronto, Ontario Worn Out and Hypersensitive! A Fresh Look at Erosion and Abrasion
Laurie Slater Toronto, Ontario The Evolution of Dental Treatment… an Endangered Species or Survival of the Fittest
John A. Khademi, DDS, MS Durango, Colorado Endodontic Access, Cleaning, Shaping and Obturation
Reena Talwar, DDS, Ph.D. Toronto, Ontario Implant surgical planning — the Nobel Guide System
Robert Cowie, DDS Jacksonville, Florida What They Didn’t Teach You in Dental School About Impression Materials and Techniques
Steven C. Steinberg, DDS Skokie, Illinois A Paradigm Shift in Modern Management of Dental Caries — an Evidence Based Approach
Harvey Taub, DDS Toronto, Ontario
Jack Gryfe, DDS Toronto, Ontario The Three “W’s” of Referral: What, Why and When
Ken Anusavice, Ph.D., DMD Gainesville, Florida Tips and Tricks for Extending the Survival Time of Dental Restorations: Criteria for Placement, Replacement, and Repair
Avoiding Crown and Bridge Failures by Systematic Observation of Lab-processed and Previously Failed Ceramic and Metal-Ceramic Prostheses
Robert L. Vanarsdall, DDS Philadelphia, PA Update on Ectopically Positioned Teeth
Interdisciplinary Treatment with Special Emphasis On Orthodontics and Periodontics
Dr. John O’keefe Ottawa, Ontario
Dr. Arthur Conn, Dental Advisor Medical Devices Bureau, Health Canada
Dr. Paul Santerre University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario
Dr. Bernie Teitelbaum Dental Industry Association of Canada Toronto, Ontario
Shady materials: There’s more than meets the eye. You trust scientists to generate ideas for new materials and test them through rigorous research. You trust responsible manufacturers to convert these ideas into quality products that perform as well as you expect them to perform. You trust government and professional regulators to put safeguards in place to reduce the risks inherent in placing these materials in the mouths of your patients.
Is your trust in these processes well founded? Despite all the safeguards in place, knock-off products still find their way on to the Canadian market and some dubious suppliers sell materials that are not approved for sale in this country. Should you care about the risks posed by these products? What should you look out for to avoid this type of trouble? Sponsored by American College of Dentists.