Agenda

This conference has been approved for 6 Category 1 Core Course credits by the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario.

 

0745 Breakfast and Registration
0830 Welcome Remarks
Dr. Howard Tenenbaum
Moderators: Drs. David Segal & Bruce Freeman
0840 In With The New But Not Necessarily Out With The Old:
Periodontics Classification System 2017
Michael Goldberg
0925 Vaping Versus Smoking – What You Need To Know To Talk To Your Patients
Karen Burgess
1010 Break with Exhibitors
1030 What’s Old And What’s New: Evolution Of Old And New Paradigms
Bobby Baig
1115 Breakout workshops #1 (Small group seminars)

  1. Computer Guided Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery
    Brian Rittenberg, Karl Cuddy
  2. The ‘High’ And ‘Lows’ Of Recreational Drugs: Past, Present And Future
    Deepika Chugh, Nadia Marchese
  3. Advanced TMJ Surgery And The Mount Sinai Hospital Centre For Excellence In TMJ Reconstructive Surgery
    Dave Psutka
    This workshop will not be repeated in the afternoon
  4. Complications Related To Administration Of Local Anaesthetics
    Drew Moncarz
  5. Periodontal Diagnosis: The New And The Old
    Faryn Berger, Vanessa Mendes
  6. Digital Dentistry Workshop: Workflow: What’s Old And New: Occlusion Assessment: Dentures: Impressions
    Bobby Baig
1215 Lunch
1315 Breakout workshops #2 (Small group seminars)

  1. Computer Guided Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery
    Brian Rittenberg, Karl Cuddy
  2. The ‘High’ And ‘Lows’ Of Recreational Drugs: Past, Present And Future
    Deepika Chugh, Nadia Marchese
  3. Complications Related To Administration Of Local Anaesthetics
    Drew Moncarz
  4. Periodontal Diagnosis: The New And The Old
    Faryn Berger, Vanessa Mendes
  5. Digital Dentistry Workshop: Workflow: What’s Old And New: Occlusion Assessment: Dentures: Impressions
    Bobby Baig
Moderators: Drs. David Segal & Bruce Freeman
1415 Minimal and Moderate Sedation in Ontario:
RCDS(O) Standard of Practice
Andrew Moncarz
1500 Break
1530 Tissue Management and Hemostasis: Review of Traditional and Contemporary Techniques.
Brian Rittenberg and Karl Cuddy
1615 Closing remarks
Dr. Howard Tenenbaum
1630 End