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JANUARY 22, 2022 – ST GEORGE, UT

TICKET PRICE - SATURDAY SUMMIT

$129.00

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DAY OF CE's

WHEN

JANUARY 22, 2022

8 AM-5 PM

WHERE

DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY DENTAL HYGIENE

TAYLOR HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER

TOPICS

PERIODONTICS,
DENTRIX, XYLITOL,
AND PATHOLOGY

LAST YEARS SPEAKERS

MEET & NETWORK WITH THESE AMAZING PROFESSIONALS AT DENTALCON RDH SUMMIT!

2022 SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

Janet Press, RDH

New Classification Systems in Perio

Julie Seager, RDH, BSDH

Going beyond the basic of Xylitol

Ashley Gillespie, CDA

Understanding Practice Management Software for Hygienist

Frances Tyron, RDH, BS

Visual SRP for Definitive, Non-Surgical Treatment of Periodontal Disease

Robert Timothy, DDS, MS Board Certified ABOMR

Recognizing Pathology on Panoramic Radiographs

PRE-SUMMIT COURSES

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE FOR PRE-EVENT CERTIFICATIONS


These courses are individually held from the Saturday Summit.

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FRIDAY, JAN. 21

8:00 - 5:00 PM

Laser Certification -Laser Practice Refinement - $495

(pre-event add-on course)

8 Hour Program

Lecture, Examination, Hands –on Simulation Workshop

Lunch included

Digital computer projection Lecture, Hands-on clinical simulation workshop; live camera Instruction with laser hand-piece, fiber-optic, anddental typodonts, live Diode laser simulation exercises, video. This program will also focus on the successful implementation of the Diode laserinto the dental office.

The Program will provide the following:

  • “Laser Certification Training- Laser Practice Refinement” Certificates of Completion. Approved AGD PACE Course provider 8 CE Credit Hours. The program is recognized Nationally and the Speaker is approved provider Laser requirement for Nevada State Board Dental Examiners.
  • Equipment Assistant Manager
  • Program supplies
  • 18+ Diode Laser’s
  • Kilgore Dental Typodonts
  • Laser Handpieces
  • Professional Laser instructional Video’s and photography
  • Live document camera demonstration training in Laser instrumentation ergonomics, instrument placement, instrument treatment action.

The Hands-on simulation workshop will include provision of the following:

Janet Press, RDH

FRIDAY, JAN. 21

9:00 - 11:00 AM

CPR/AED - $45

(pre-event add-on course)

CPR/AED certification is designed for the general workplace or public. Those who would typically sign up for this course include: personal trainers, factory workers, government employee, or community member looking to become certified in CPR and AED (defibrillator).

  • CPR for adult, child and infant, use of the AED, rescue breathing, compressions only CPR, and airway obstructions.
  • A certification card good for 2 years will be issued at the end of the course

Topics included are:

2 Hour Program

Rob Hooper, EMT

SATURDAY SUMMIT AGENDA

8 CE's AVAILABLE DURING THE ONE-DAY SUMMIT

4 COURSES, LUNCH, AND NETWORKING

SATURDAY, JAN 22

8:00 - 10:00 AM

New Classification Systems in Perio

Periodontal Infection is one of the most common chronic inflammatory conditions afflicting humans world-wide.The explosion of new scientific information indicates Gingival inflammation in response to microbial biofilms isconsidered the key risk factor for the onset of periodontitis. Gingival inflammation is now seen as a necessaryprerequisite for the subsequent development of periodontitis and progressive attachment loss around teeth.Discover how this information represents a first step towards adoption of precision medicine concepts to themanagement of these infections.

Learning Objectives

  • Define periodontal health
  • Recognize the absolute necessity for clinical diagnosis of Gingivitis
  • Discuss the Goals associated to the concept of Periodontal Staging a patient’s severity, extent andcomplexity of disease.
  • Discuss the Goals associated to the concept of Periodontal Grading a patient’s estimated future risk andpotential health impact on systemic disease and the reverse.

SATURDAY, JAN 22

10:00 - 12:00 PM

Going Beyond the Basic of Xylitol

sponsored by XLEAR

This course will give a basic overview of xylitol’s oral benefits but will delve deeper into why it is so effective at providing dry-mouth relief for our patients as well as keeping us healthy during cold and flu season.

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course the participant will be able to:
  • Understand xylitol’s mechanism of action
  • Discuss the role of xylitol in dry mouth relief
  • Have knowledge of dental concerns unique to patients suffering from dry mouth and xerostomia
  • Understand how xylitol can improve respiratory health
  • Be familiar with the latest research in this specialized area
  • Appreciate how this knowledge applies to dental professionals

SATURDAY, JAN 22

12:00PM - 1:00 PM

Networking Lunch Provided

Ice Cream Social by SubZero Ice Cream

SATURDAY, JAN 22

1:00 - 3:00 PM

Understanding Practice Management Software for Hygienist

Oh No, my office manager is busy and I need help! Hygienists lose time and money waiting for answers, STOP IT! You are hindering your productivity and causing frustration for patients, knowing the basics in navigation for dental software will increase your production and give you a leg up on the competition.

Learning Objectives

  • Discover easy ways to find fee's for Patients
  • Take charge of your schedule
  • Find insurance coverage specifics quickly

It is well documented that there are significant limitations to conventional scaling and root planning techniques.


In this session we will explore the challenges clinicians face in conventional SRP scenarios and how the endoscope will not only improve the health of the patient, it will impact the quality of life for the clinician. Endoscopic Periodontal Therapy is the future for patients requiring SRP.

Visual SRP for Definitive, Non-Surgical Treatment of Periodontal Disease by OraVu

1:00 - 3:00 PM

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the challenges clinicians face in SRP scenarios
  • How endoscope improves patient health
  • How endoscope improves the quality of life for the clinician

SATURDAY, JAN 22

3:00 - 5:00 PM

Recognizing Pathology on Panoramic Radiographs

Panoramic or attempts to image the whole jaws were made shortly after the discovery x-rays in theearly 19 th century. The first commercially available machines were available in the early 1960’s.Since that time panoramic radiography has become an essential radiographic modality dentistrytoday. The importance of recognizing pathology in panoramic images is essential in utilizing thisincredible modality for the benefit of our patients.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the importance of quality control of all of radiographic images in our officies
  • Understand panoramic principles, applications, radiation dosimetry, risks and the importanceof applying selection criteria.
  • The interpretive process: Learn how to go through a panoramic image and Identify abnormalfindings and the importance of a systematic review.
  • Review 2D anatomy and the radiographic signs of disease

SPONSORS

SOUTHERN

UTAH CPR

Dr. Chris Neilson

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT

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YOU'RE IN GOOD COMPANY

I loved the hands on review of tools (ultrasonic tips) also a lot of great lectures!

Stacy T., RDH

The classes were great and the number of CE i also liked having class over lunch for more CE instead of a long lunch break!

Kiley N., RDH

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