May 25-27, 2013—Memorial Day Weekend
Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Dental College of Georgia and the
Division of Continuing Education
Lee Ann Brady, D.M.D.
Franklin Shull, D.M.D.
|Weekend at a Glance|
|Saturday||7:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.||• Anterior Esthetic Techniques and Materials|
|Sunday||7:45 a.m. – noon||• Avoiding Esthetic and Restorative Failures|
|Monday||7:45 – noon
9:30 a.m. Break
(please check out of resort during 9:30 a.m. break)
|• Advancements in Esthetic Dentistry|
|We gratefully acknowledge sponsorship from IVOCLAR and Komet USA.|
This presentation will provide key diagnostic elements for treatment planning patients with esthetic needs and desires that are necessary to achieve predictable results. Appropriate diagnosis, treatment planning, risk management, and materials selection will be covered. Protocols for diagnosis, preparation, shade determination, material selection, laboratory communication, and delivery will be discussed for many cases ranging from simple to complex giving the participant more confidence in treating their own future cases.
At the completion of this program, participants should be able to:
•Select the appropriate restorative material to meet the esthetic and functional needs of the patient
•Develop a strategy for proper tooth preparation and margin placement
•Manage soft tissue and adhesive protocols to ensure proper placement of esthetic restorations
•Recognize risk factors that relate to esthetic and restorative success or failure
•Choose the best restorative material to meet the functional and esthetic needs
•Communicate more effectively with referring specialists and our laboratory technicians
Dentists, auxiliaries and other dental professionals
|Saturday, May 25, 2013|
|7:45||Welcome and Introduction to Course – Dr. Barry Hammond|
|8:00||Anterior Esthetic Techniques and Materials – Dr. Lee Ann Brady
Accomplishing exquisite anterior restorative results is a combination of preparation technique and materials selection. This program will present guidelines for margin placement and tooth reduction to accomplish the proposed tooth position, contour and color of the new restoration as well as assuring functional success. Esthetic and functional parameters of the many categories of restorative materials will be discussed to facilitate appropriate selection, and an efficient and effective process for streamlining tooth preparation.
|10:15||Anterior Esthetic Techniques and Materials (continues) – Dr. Lee Ann Brady|
|Sunday, May 26, 2013|
|7:45||Avoiding Esthetic and Restorative Failures – Dr. Lee Ann Brady
More and more of the dentistry done every day is driven by esthetic outcomes. Even our routine procedures are expected to deliver esthetic results, with restorations disappearing against the landscape of the natural teeth. How do we meet the demands we place on ourselves as well as the expectation of our patients? This program will address treatment planning (including risk assessment), restorative techniques, and laboratory communication as potential causes of failure, and present a systematic approach for examination, diagnosis, and treatment planning to minimize surprises and maximize case success.
|10:00||Avoiding Esthetic and Restorative Failures (continues) – Dr. Lee Ann Brady|
|Monday, May 27, 2013|
|7:45||Advancements in Esthetic Dentistry – Dr. Franklin Shull
The art of esthetic dentistry has been around for many years now, however it remains to be one of the most challenging to master. New materials and techniques along with the advancements in computer aided lab design recently have offered solutions to many problems of the past. We will explore ways to simplify your esthetic cases and deliver long lasting, functional restorations.
|9:30||Break (please check out of resort at this time)|
|10:00||Advancements in Esthetic Dentistry (continues) – Dr. Franklin Shull|
|11:45||Questions and Answers|
|Lee Ann Brady, D.M.D., a private practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. She has worked in a variety of practice models from small fee-for-service offices to large insurance-dependent practices, as an associate and as a practice owner. From 2005 to 2008, Dr. Brady held the positions of Resident Faculty and Clinical Director for The L.D. Pankey Institute. In 2008 she moved to Scottsdale, Arizona to join Dr. Frank Spear in the formation of Spear Education and the expansion of his . She served as Executive VP of Clinical Education until June 2011. Dr. Brady is the clinical editor for the Seattle Study Club Journal, a guest faculty member at The L.D. Pankey Institute, and President of Lee Ann Brady, LLC.|
|Franklin Shull, D.M.D., completed his dental training at the Medical University of SC and a general practice residency program at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital. He maintains a private practice in Lexington, SC and is part of the teaching faculty at Augusta University, Palmetto Richland Hospital, and The L.D. Pankey Institute. Dr. Shull is a member of numerous dental organizations and has served as past president of the Greater Columbia Dental Association and the SC Academy of General Dentistry. He has published multiple articles on esthetic dentistry and dental materials and lectures on esthetic dentistry, dental materials, and dental photography.|
|Barry D. Hammond, D.M.D. earned his dental degree from the Medical University of South Carolina and completed a general practice residency in Chapel Hill, N.C. He maintained a private practice for 15 years, emphasizing restorative and esthetic dentistry. Dr. Hammond is an L.D. Pankey Institute alumnus and taught for several years with the Ross Nash Institute for Dental Learning in Charlotte, N.C. He joined the Augusta University faculty in 2006 and is an Associate Professor in the Department of General Dentistry and serves as the Director of Dental Continuing Education for the Dental College of Georgia.|
The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University 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.
Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/cerp
The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University designates this activity for 12.0 continuing education credits. 01/01/10 – 12/31/13 The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 01/01/10 – 12/31/13.
|REGISTRATION FEES||Registering Before April 25||After April 25|
FOUR CONVENIENT WAYS TO REGISTER
with payment by credit card
Call the Division of Continuing Education at
Location and Lodging—Hilton Head Island, SC
Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in a lush, subtropical setting, Hilton Head offers a unique blend of unspoiled natural beauty complemented by first-class amenities and activities. Visitors can enjoy miles of wide sandy beach, ideal for sailing, cycling and strolling. Sports enthusiasts will find the perfect setting for outdoor activities including golf and tennis. The island has 21 championship golf courses and 200 tennis courts. Shopping also abounds with more than 100 outlet stores. Equally enticing, the historic cities of Beaufort and Savannah are just 45 minutes away.
Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort
This oceanfront paradise is a perfect getaway. Lush meandering gardens surrounded by peaceful lagoons are the ideal setting to relax and unwind. Three miles of white sandy beaches are at your doorstep.
Reservations will be made by individuals by calling Central Reservations at 800-843-6664. Attendees must refer to Augusta University Clinical Advances Dental Program. Reservations must be received on or before the specified Cut-off Date and Time. The Omni Resort has created a link that will allow you to make your online reservations for the program scheduled May 25-27, 2013. Rooms have been reserved at the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort for course registrants at a special rate of $225 per night, single or double occupancy. The block of rooms will be released April 26, 2013.
Or print the Lodging Form and mail with your deposit directly to Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, Hilton Head Island, 23 Ocean Lane, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29928. Phone: 843-842-8000.
Or You may print the Lodging Form and fax with payment of deposit by credit card to FAX# 843-341-8033.
The Augusta University Division of Continuing Education complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act. If you require special services, facilities or dietary considerations (vegetarian or otherwise) to support your participation in this continuing education program, contact the conference coordinator at 800-221-6437 or 706-721-3967
Although every effort will be made to have a comfortable temperature in the meeting room, we realize that everyone’s comfort zone is different. Please bring a jacket or sweater in case the room is too cool for your comfort.