Programming Complex Restorative Cases: A "Global" Approach &
Sleep Prosthodontics: A Biologic Approach to Bruxism, GERD and TMD
Guest Speaker: Jeffrey S. Rouse , D.D. S.
October 25, 2013
Savannah Marriott Riverfront, Savannah, GA
October 26, 2013
Gwinnett Convention Center, Duluth, GA
Dental College of Georgia and
Division of Professional and Community Education
Jeffrey S. Rouse, D.D.S. maintains a full-time private practice and Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. After graduation, Dr. Rouse completed a 2-year General Practice Residency at the University of Connecticut Health Science Center. He practiced family dentistry for twelve years before returning to school. In 2004, Dr. Rouse received his specialty certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He is a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, the American College of Prosthodontists, past president of the Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry and the Excellence in Restorative Dental Education “Los Guapos” Seattle Study Club.
Dr. Rouse has written numerous journal articles including the “Annual Review of Selected Dental Literature” in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry and has contributed chapters on porcelain veneers and anterior ceramic crowns to a dental textbook. Dr. Rouse lectures nationally and internationally on a wide variety of topics ranging from dental esthetics to dental sleep medicine. Recently, Dr. Rouse was appointed among the 2013 keynotes at the 20th annual Seattle Study Club Symposium, Naples, FL.
Married to Dr. Lisa Rouse, a general and family dentist, with whom he practices at Rouse Signature Dentistry. They reside in San Antonio, Texas.
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introduction to Course – Dr. Barry D. Hammond
Programming Complex Restorative Cases: A “Global” Approach - Dr. Jeffrey Rouse
Historically, dentists collect large amounts of data, mount casts, and wax teeth based on an occlusal philosophy. They are then expected to make a “global” treatment plan based on a lot of “regional” diagnoses, i.e. caries status, periodontal health, occlusal scheme, etc. It is the purpose of this lecture to present a diagnostic method based on the concept of “global” diagnosis. The guidelines will be distilled into the “CORE Questions” required to diagnose and provide interdisciplinary treatment of the complex restorative patient.
Sleep Prosthodontics: Understanding the WHY Rather Than Treating the HOW
The popular opinion that malocclusion promotes nocturnal bruxism, tooth wear and oral muscle pain appears to be incorrect. Airway disturbances during sleep rather than occlusal interferences appear to be the link. This presentation provides a review of the current scientific literature on occlusion and sleep disturbances. Upper airway resistance has been associated with TMD, chronic fatigue and bruxism. Obstructive sleep apnea related bruxers will be classically more damaging to their teeth and have greater health risks. The Bruxism TRIAD — sleep bruxism, GERD, and apnea — will be explored.
Questions and Answers
This presentation is intended to provide the dental practitioner with practical guidelines and principals to aid in the diagnosis and treatment planning of the complex esthetic, restorative patient. Numerous cases will be discussed to illustrate the implementation of these concepts into our daily practices as well as across interdisciplinary modalities of care. The diagnostic aspect will be further expanded to include the effects of Sleep Breathing Disturbances on our patients’ dental health and overall well-being. This part of the program will challenge our traditional way of thinking and hopefully motivate us as clinicians to become more aware of the consequences of this disorder, and our role as health care providers to provide early recognition and make appropriate referrals.
Following completion of this course, the participants should be able to:
Dentists, auxiliaries, and other dental professionals
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The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University designates this activity each day for 7.0 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.
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.
Friday’s program will be held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront in Oglethorpe A&B
Conference Room, 100 General McIntosh Boulevard, Savannah, GA 31401. See the Savannah
Marriott Riverfront web site for details and map.
Discover a new standard among Savannah, GA hotels at the Savannah Riverfront Marriott. Located on the Historic Riverfront, our hotel in Savannah, GA, is connected to world-famous River Street via the Riverwalk. Walk throughout the Historic District and enjoy beautiful squares, historic house museums, art galleries and antique shops. Experience the Marriott and enjoy prime access to River Street and beautiful waterfront views, along with renowned Marriott service, during your next trip to Savannah.
Saturday’s program will be held at the Gwinnett Convention Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, Georgia 30097. See the Gwinnett Center web site for details and map.
Located conveniently off I-85 for easy interstate access, Gwinnett Center is just over a half hour drive from the Atlanta airport. Situated in the ever-growing and changing Gwinnett County. Gwinnett Center is surrounded by endless amenities to enhance your event experience including the latest and greatest in shopping, dining, entertainment and hospitality. Enjoy complimentary parking and access to Wi-Fi throughout the campus.
Thursday night: Rooms have been reserved at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront for course registrants at a special rate of $169 per night plus 13% and $1.75 occupancy tax per room per night, single or double occupancy. The block of rooms will be open until September 18, 2013. The address is Savannah Marriott Riverfront, 100 General McIntosh Boulevard, Savannah, Georgia 31401.
Friday night: Rooms have been reserved at the Hilton Garden Inn Johns Creek for course registrants at a special rate of $89 per night plus 13% tax, single or double occupancy. The block of rooms will be open until October 11, 2013. The address is Hilton Garden Inn Johns Creek, 11695 Medlock Bridge Road, Duluth, GA 30097. Phone: 770-476-1966; Fax: 770-476-3133.
REGISTRATION AND FEE
The registration fee is $195 and includes scientific session, continental breakfast, lunch and two breaks. The registration fee, less $75 administrative charge, is refundable if notice of cancellation is received by October 11, 2013. Send registration form to: Division of Continuing Education, Augusta University, Augusta, GA 30912.
FOUR CONVENIENT WAYS TO REGISTER
Friday, October 25
Saturday, October 26
with payment by credit card
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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 light wrap in case the room is too cool for your comfort.
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.