9th Annual John Mink Legacy Conference: Less is More: Trends in Minimally Invasive Dentistry (Nov. 2020)

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Begin Date: 
Saturday, November 7, 2020 - 8:45am to 4:00pm
Location: 
Online

   

 

CE Credits: 6.25 credit hours
Tuition: $230 dentist; $135 auxiliary; $25 resident/DMD student
Location: Log in from the comfort of your home or office. On the Wednesday before the course, you will receive an email with login instructions. 
Schedule: Online meeting room opens at 8:45 am ET for registration; Course: 9 am–4 pm ET
Speaker: Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD
Educational Method: Online Live Lecture and PowerPoint Presentation
Intended Audience: This course is appropriate for general dentists, pediatric dentists, dental hygienists and dental team members.
Questions: Pam Calvert, Program Coordinator, 859-323-8187 or pam.calvert@uky.edu  |  Meagan Castro, Staff Assistant, 859-323-8155 or meagan.castro@uky.edu
Online registration closes: 3:30 pm on November 6, 2020

Course Description 

Session 1: Be SMART: Improve Your Practice with Silver Diamine Fluoride, Glass Ionomer Cement, and the Hall Technique
Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) is a revolutionary approach to combating caries in a non-invasive manner. Following a widely publicized 2016 feature in the New York Times, there has been tremendous interest surrounding the use of SDF from patients and dentists. Learn the principles of case selection, informed consent, treatment planning, and a clinical protocol for SDF. Learn how to restore cavities in a quick, effective, and painless way using Glass Ionomer Cement, stainless steel crowns, and SDF, known as Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (SMART) and the Hall Technique. Find out how offering minimally-invasive options like SDF, SMART, and Hall crowns can attract new patients, improve patient satisfaction, and increase internal marketing and word of mouth referrals to your practice.

Session 2: Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Treatment Options for Enamel Defects
Unsightly congenital enamel defects and acquired white spot lesions can be troublesome for many patients. Historically, these blemishes have been treated with invasive and costly resin bondings and veneers. Dealing with enamel defects can prove particularly troublesome for young patients, which when left untreated, often become a source of embarrassment for the patient. Or worse, some lesions may progress to cavitations, particularly post-orthodontic white spot lesions. This course will review three simple and painless options to manage enamel defects. MI Paste, ICON Resin Infiltration, and etch/bleach seal can improve or even completely reverse the appearance of congenital enamel defects and white spot lesions while preserving tooth structure and repairing the patient’s natural enamel.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
  •  Describe the evidence for using SDF and SMART to treat and prevent dental caries
  • Describe the evidence for the Hall Technique
  • Describe the evidence for using MI Paste, ICON Resin Infiltration, and Etch/Bleach/Seal
  • Review informed consent, coding, and billing
  • Describe case selection, materials, and clinical protocol for each procedure
  • Review the pros and cons for each technique 

Presentation Agenda

  • 8:45 am - Virtual Meeting Room Opens
  • 9 am -  Presentation 1
  • 10:15 am - Morning Break (7 minutes)
  • 10:22 am - Presentation 1 Continues
  • 12 pm - Lunch Break (30 minutes) 
  • 12:30 pm - Presentation 2
  • 2:15 pm - Afternoon Break (7 minutes)
  • 2:22 pm - Presentation 2 Continues
  • 3:45 pm - Q&A
  • 4 pm -  Presentation Concludes

Speaker

Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD
Dr. Jeanette MacLean is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, owner of Affiliated Children’s Dental Specialists in Glendale, Arizona, and mother of two. She received her dental degree, with honors, from the University of Southern California in 2003 and completed her specialty training in pediatric dentistry in 2005 at Sunrise Children’s Hospital through the University of Nevada School of Medicine. Dr. MacLean has become an internationally recognized advocate and expert on minimally invasive dentistry, appearing in newspapers, magazines, television, and continuing education lectures on this hot topic. Most notably, she was featured in the July 2016 New York Times article “A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills,” which brought national attention to the option of treating cavities non-invasively with silver diamine fluoride.

Conflict of Interest 

Our speaker has no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service and or company that will be discussed on considered during this presentation. If they do, this has been noted in the promotional material and will be made available to participants at the start of the program. The staff of the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry have no relevant financial relationships to disclose pertaining to this course. Members of the CE planning committee have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Refund Policy

A full refund, less a $50 processing fee, will be issued for all cancellations received in writing two weeks prior to the course date. A 50% refund less a $50 processing fee will be given for cancellations received in writing one week prior to the course date, with no refund thereafter. Refunds cannot be given for cancellations on or after the course starting date. Please note that a written request must be received before a refund may be processed. Registrants may choose to receive a full tuition credit toward another course taken within the academic year.

Cancellation Policy

UK College of Dentistry Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel or modify a course when circumstances warrant, including insufficient enrollment. Dates, faculty or course content will be changed only when unavoidable. If a course has been cancelled, participants will be notified and a refund will be issued. Continuing Dental Education cannot be responsible for non-refundable airfare or other expenses in the event of a course cancellation.

ADA CERP Info

University of Kentucky College of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. UK College of Dentistry University of Kentucky College of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. UK College of Dentistry’s current term of recognition is May 2019 through December 2023. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP. The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry designates the November 7, 2020, activity for 6.25 hours of continuing education credits.  

Registration Options

Due to the Continuing Education staff working remotely, only online registration is available at this time. 

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