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Friday, May 10





           John Barksdale, DDS
           Guided Implant Placement for the General Dentist
           Time:  8:15 - 11:15 am
           Course Code:  F 300
           Fee:  Dentists $70   All Others $15

           Quick Summary:  Learn the ease and advantages of guided implant surgery using a 3D custom surgical guide.


           Course Description:  This lecture will guide the dentist through a protocol for case selection, how to 3D plan cus-
           tom surgical guides, the ease of guided implant placement using a custom guide, and the advantages of the guided
           surgical technique.  Case reviews will be included.  If this lecture whets your appetite for more, be sure to sched-
           ule the live patient demonstration and hands-on workshop for the afternoon.

           Learning Objectives: Proper case selection for guided implant placement.  The steps for 3D planning custom
           surgical guides.  Advantages of a guided implant placement technique.

           Course most appropriate for:  Dentists, Hygienists, and Clinical Assistants
           C.E. Hours:  3 clinical hours
           Academy of General Dentistry Code:  691, 696, 697, 704



           Jeffrey P. Okeson, DMD
           Understanding Temporomandibular Disorders: The Facts and Fantasies
           Time:  8:15 - 11:15 am
           Course Code:  F 310
           Fee:  Dentists $70   All Others $15

           Quick Summary:  Most dentists agree that TMD is one of the most confusing and frustrating disciplines of den-
           tistry.  Yet, you have patients with symptoms who could benefit from your care.  From one of the premier speakers
           on the subject comes a common sense, easily digestible explanation of what, how, and when to treat.

           Course Description:  This course will present a sound, straightforward approach to the differential diagnosis of
           TMD.  Etiologic factors which will allow the clinician to select the most appropriate and effective treatment for
           the patient.  Dr. Okeson will separate the facts from the fantasies regarding TMD.

           Learning Objectives: To identify those pain disorders that will likely respond to your therapy from those that will
           not.  Understand the relationship between occlusion and temporo-mandibular disorders.  Identify the most favor-
           able condylar position for restorative dentistry and TMD.

           Course most appropriate for:  Dentists, Hygienists, Clinical & Business Assistants,
           and Laboratory Technicians
           C.E. Hours:  3 clinical hours
           Academy of General Dentistry Code:  180, 182, 201, 202
















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