The following are the dates for the 2018/2019 Sioux City Dental Society Courses. The details will be mailed and posted in the next couple weeks. But please mark your calendars for the following dates:
Please be patient as we put all the details together for an announcement to come.
Click the link below to view the handout for the lecture on Friday February 9 – Medical Assessment and Common Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office by Dr. Bob Bosack:
Also, as a reminder the morning Infection Control course offering will begin at 8am.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
The Sioux City Dental Society will hold two courses this Friday.
We look forward to seeing you there. Also, just to clarify the January Implant course will now be held on April 20 after the weather postponement.
The two courses scheduled for Friday January 12 have been postponed due to potential weather and travel issues for the speaker. The postponements are as follows:
The January 12, 2018 SCDS meeting will consist of two courses:
Do you ever wonder what keeps your patients from accepting more effective comprehensive treatment options? Are you or your team members sometimes challenged in the clinical processes or treatment discussions related to full mouth reconstruction or single tooth implants
This course will help you maximize the treatment discussion opportunities that occur during the hygiene visit. Both you and your team members will learn simple processes that you will be able to immediately implement to help you increase case acceptance.
Implant placement and restorative techniques in the esthetic zone, esthetic risk assessment and case difficulty will also be discussed. Optimizing esthetic outcomes in implant dentistry from the findings of the 5th ITI Consensus Conference to consistently complete implant restorations with a minimum of complications will be reviewed.
Dr. Makrauer, his patients, and his team have benefited from the interdisciplinary care process. He has had extensive training in cosmetic, and implant reconstructive dentistry, and maintains a full time practice in Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
He speaks National and Internationally on Practice management and Implant restorative dentistry. Dr. Makrauer is a part time clinical instructor at the Kornberg School of Dentistry. Additionally, he has been published in a national peer review dental journal, The Compendium, and has also been published in Starget. Dr. Makrauer maintains memberships with numerous dental organizations and is a Fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI) of Basel, Switzerland and a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Makrauer is also the past president of the Eastern Dental Society.
Plan to attend our next SCDS course on November 10: Dr. Tom Dudney-
Dr. Dudney’s bio from his office website: Thomas E. Dudney, DMD is a 1977 graduate of University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Dentistry. He has served in the past as the Clinical Director for the Aesthetic Advantage hands-on programs taught by Dr. Larry Rosenthal at New York University and the Eastman Dental Clinic in London as well as the clinical Director for the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies (CCADS) live patient hands-on programs taught in the US, Canada, and the UK. Presently he is the clinical director for the newly formed Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) hands-on programs. In addition to teaching hands-on programs, he has presented workshops and lectures at dental meetings and has authored several articles on aesthetic and restorative dentistry.
The 2017/2018 course schedule is being released today. Be sure to download the schedule form found HERE. All courses begin at 8am, registration with refreshments begins at 7:30am at the Marina Inn. Take advantage of high quality affordable continuing education for the entire dental team.
October 13th, 2017
November 10th, 2017
January 12th, 2018
February 9th, 2018
March 9th, 2018
Implants are becoming more and more a part of our everyday treatment planning for our patients. When dentists first started doing implants, we we re just glad if we got good osseointegration. Now, we just putting a tooth back in an edentulous spot is not the standard of car. Implant restorations now need to look like they grew there and they need to function like real teeth.
It is my belief that implant treatment planning should be prosthetically driven. Implant success is dependent upon a good team effort: the prosthetic dentist, the surgeon, and the lab technician.
This lecture will cover:
INFECTION CONTROL TO BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE