54th Annual Colonel Allyn D. Burke Memorial Dental Symposium
Saturday, June 29
Monterey Conference Center 1 Portola Plaza, Monterey, CA 93940
Silver Diamine Fluoride + Glass Ionomer Cement = SMART
Jeremy A. Horst, DDS, MS, PhD
The ADA is encouraging dentists to use silver diamine fluoride (SDF) specifically and to prioritize non-restorative treatments generally. While SDF and complimentary techniques are faster and less invasive, monitoring outcomes and patient decisions are fundamentally different. This lecture will focus on the integration of SDF and other non-restorative treatments, such as glass ionomer sealants, ART and the Hall technique, into practice. Dr. Horst will examine clinical protocols, as well as the clinical trials and the studies behind them. Monitoring for responses and building these methods into a comprehensive treatment plan will be a major focus.
Diagnosis and Management of Periodontitis and Peri-implantitis for the General Dentist
Richard Nathan, DMD, MS
Given the fact that millions of dental implants have already been placed and are in the recall programs of the nation’s dental offices, it is imperative that the general dentist has a working knowledge of the diagnosis and management of periodontitis and peri-implantitis. This lecture will focus on subjects including the etiology, signs and symptoms of periodontitis and peri-implantitis, as well as non-surgical, laser and surgical therapy for the management of these diseases. Dr. Nathan will examine the cofactors that may predispose patients to future implant failure, present a chairside crown lengthening technique and discuss the systemic host disease connection.
Clinical Treatment Planning and Problem Solving: When it Doesn’t Go by the Book
Robert A. Lowe, DDS
In today’s world, the clinical practice of restorative dentistry is an exciting and challenging endeavor for the “wet-gloved practitioner.” Consistent, predictable, clinical techniques to create quality dental restorations in a time-efficient manner form the basis of every procedure that we perform for our patients. Every day we are faced with clinical situations whose solutions don’t fit textbook situations. It is important that we, as clinicians, offer as many possible solutions to the patient so that the treatment can be customized to fit their specific goals. Dr. Lowe will discuss creative ways to handle clinical situations that don’t necessarily follow the textbook, helping the practitioner out of situations that can waste time and money, let alone avert a clinical failure.
Who Should Attend
This informative program is open to all dentists and allied dental professionals.
Tuition: $495 Dentists; $295 Allied Dental Professionals
Program: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Check-in & Breakfast: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
Location: Monterey Conference Center, 1 Portola Plaza, Monterey CA 93940
Credits: This activity is designated for 14 units of continuing education credit.
Program includes continental breakfast and lunch each day.
Jeremy Alan Horst, DDS, MS, PhD, is a practicing pediatric dentist and biochemist. He studies the mechanisms of silver diamine fluoride and other tools to fight dental caries, using cutting-edge technologies such as genome sequencing and micro CT imaging. Dr. Horst also led the assembly of the UCSF guidelines on silver diamine fluoride.
Richard Nathan, DMD, MS, is a professor of periodontics at both UCSF and the Dugoni School of Dentistry and was a private practitioner for 35 years. Dr. Nathan has lectured internationally on periodontics and has published articles in the Journal of Oral Surgery and the Journal of the California Dental Association. He received his dental degree from Tufts and an MS in oral biology and certificate in periodontics from UCSF.
Robert A. Lowe, DDS, graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University School of Dentistry and served as a clinical professor in restorative dentistry until its closure in 1993. He maintains a private practice in Charlotte, North Carolina, lectures internationally and publishes on aesthetic and restorative dentistry. Dr. Lowe has fellowships in the AGD, ICD, ADI, ACD, IADFE and ASDA. He received the Gordon Christensen Outstanding Lecturer Award and earned diplomate status on the American Board of Esthetic Dentistry.
University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry wishes to acknowledge and thank GC America and Orascoptic for their generous support of this program.
NEW LOCATION: MONTEREY CONFERENCE CENTER
STAY AT THE PORTOLA HOTEL AND SPA
Enjoy Monterey by staying at the Portola Hotel & Spa directly adjacent to the Monterey Conference Center. There is a limited room block with our group rate starting at $225 for single or double rooms. To take advantage of this special rate, visit dental.pacific.edu/burke2019 to make an online reservation or call (888) 222-5851 and mention “2019 Dugoni School of Dentistry Burke Program.” Hotel reservation deadline is June 6, 2019.
All rooms are based on availability and may sell out prior to the deadline.