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Wednesday, October 13

Jimmy Stegall, CDT, BA, MPA
3 Appointment Digital Dentures
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – 2 hours
Opening General Session
Sponsored by: 
Dentsply Sirona

At the completion of this program, participants will understand: clinical records / what is needed for success, and how to obtain them/ denture impressions / where we are today /a simple systematic approach to a 3 appoint digital denture / denture fabrication methods and how current Cad-Cam technologies have improved them. As well as the latest 3D printed denture materials that are stronger than anything ever used-Utilizing a functional Try-in, and why it’s better. This session will include removable clinical tips & tricks for a less stressful experience and result.

Markus Fischer
The Benefits of Measuring Occlusal Forces
3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. – 1 hour
General Session
Sponsored by: 
Kube Innovation

Course description coming soon.

Thursday, October 14

Finlay Sutton, BDS, DGDP (UK), MSc, MFDS RCS Ed, MRD RCS Ed, PhD, FDS (Rest Dent) RCS Ed
The 7 Pillars of Denture Wisdom
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – 2 hours
Opening Keynote Session
Sponsored by: 
Schottlander & Wren Dental

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Have improved understanding of modern complete denture, partial denture and implant supported removable denture construction.
  2. Have a greater understanding that well-made removable dentures can be a valid alternative to implant supported restorations.
  3. Make RPDs which function like removable “resin bonded” bridges – the Scandinavian approach.
  4. The use of RPDs in the heavily restored and failing dentition
  5. Have increased understanding of impression techniques and accurate recording of centric relation with gothic arch tracing.
  6. Be able to give patients’ dentures that look like age appropriate, beautiful, natural teeth
  7. Learn how to use attachments such as Locators® in the best way.
  8. Have better patient outcomes through improved communication.

Chris Bormes, MICOI
Implant Supported and Retained Full Arch Removable Treatment Options
10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – 1.5 hours
General Session
Sponsored by: 
Preat Corp.

How, where, when, and why different treatment options are chosen for the edentulous patient.  Treatment options covered will be Overdenture Bars, such as Hader, Plunger Loc, Sagix, and Locator as well as Overdenture Studs, such as RT-x, Clix, Locator, O-Rings, and Magnets.

Gene Royzengurt, LD, BTSc
Implant Supported Restorations: Solutions for Problematic Cases
2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. – 1 hour
Concurrent Session
Sponsored by: 
VITA North America

Course description coming soon.

Friday, October 15

Jeremiah Naas, LD, CDT
Partials on a Different Level
10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – 1 hour
Concurrent Session – Clinical Track
Sponsored by: 
Preat Corp., Kettenbach and Primotec

Understanding how to deal with patients that gag and how to work with unfavorable situations. 

Nicole Rose Yen
Leveraging Patient Records to Identify Opportunity
10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – 1 hour
Concurrent Session – Management Track
Sponsored by: Breakaway Bookkeeping & Advising

It is helpful to review a clinic’s client lifetime value (CLV) to see if the practice is optimizing its existing patient care. The calculation requires answers to a few key questions, such as how long patients stay with the practice and the total amount produced per patient. The exercise itself can help you project what adding a patient does to a practice’s bottom line. Each aspect of CLV gives insight into how much each patient moves the financial needle as well as identify missed opportunities in a practice, such as collection efficacy and patient loyalty, and can provide insight to strategic decisions.

Examples of Opportunities: 
Retiring denturist is offering to sell his patient records –
What is it worth to you? Do you have capacity? Marketing dollars spent in acquiring new patients. What is the ROI?