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"CBCT, Surgical Guides & Prosthetic Components: The Accuracy of Guided Surgery from Single Tooth to Full Arch"

Jerome N. Peck, DLXT​

  • Description:As patient acceptance of dental implants continues to grow, so does demand.  Placing dental implants is a rapidly growing revenue source for dental practitioners and appropriate case planning is key to successful outcomes.  As a result, the use of cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) and surgical guides is becoming a standard of care. At the conclusion of the session you will understand:
  •   Dose and how it relates to image quality in a CBCT
  • The power of PACS and how to use it as a multidisciplinary, HIPPA compliant collaboration tool
  • In2Guide & OnDemand3D implant planning softwares
  • Successfully plan implant placement procedures using CBCT scans
  • Use surgical guides to consistently place implants at the proper angle
  •   Understand how computer-aided design assists in the manufacturing of custom abutments.  Requirements for single tooth implant - full understanding of premade provisional process. Full mouth reconstruction protocol - The benefits of using DSD (Digital Smile Design)

a) Removable locator overdenture attachment case protocol
b)
Removable overdenture using Conus abutments
c)
Fixed Hybrid Prosthesis
d)
Fixed Crown and Bridge
Jerome Peck
Jerome N. Peck received his radiographic training at the University   of the Pacific School of Dentistry from 1972-1974.  He was certified as a dental laboratory X-ray technologist (DLXT) in 1976 by UC Berkeley.  Mr. Peck is the CEO of C-Dental X-Ray Inc. which consists of 14 imaging centers that are considered leaders in both two and three dimensional imaging.  As a pioneer in the use of CBCT and 3D case planning software, Mr. Peck is often sought out to offer expert advice  on the use of 3D imaging for implant case planning and guided surgery.  He lectures nationally and internationally on airway analysis, radiation dosage and the application of CBCT and intraoral 3D scanning for implant case planning and guided surgery, from patient diagnosis to final prosthesis.
Dinner will be included - 2 CE Units
Date:
Tuesday, March 12, 2019  Time: 6:30PM    Location: Chef's Experience China Bistro - 22436 Foothill Blvd.  Hayward, CA 94541
Fees:
Members -
$45.00    Non-members - $90.00     Guests/Staff - $50.00
*All registrations MUST be made in advance by no later than March 4th & are not confirmed until payment is received in full.   *Attendees who No-Show or who fail to give 72 hours' notice for cancellation to the Central Office will not receive a refund.  No Walk-Ins will be guaranteed space.   *No Children Allowed at CE Events

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Sold Out! CA Dental Practice Act & Infection Control Course

​If you'd like to be placed on a waiting list, please call 510-782-5316.

​Join us for our CA Dental Practice Act & Infection Control Course on March 28th 2019! The California Dental Board mandates 4 hours of continuing education requirements for license renewal for each renewal cycle. All Dentists, Registered Dental Assistants, Registered Dental Hygienists, or other dental licensees renewing their dental license must complete 2 hours of continuing education in Dental Practice Act & Infection Control. Each course must be a minimum of 2 hours.
Leslie Canham

Presented by Leslie Canham, CDA, RDA
Leslie Canham is a Speaker and Consultant specializing in Infection Control, OSHA Compliance, Dental Practice Act, and HIPAA regulations.  Leslie has over 36 years of experience in dentistry, and is the founder of Leslie Seminars.  Leslie is moderator of the Infection Control Forum on Dentaltown.com, and is an active member of the Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures, the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, the Speaking Consulting Network, National Speakers Association, & CDA.  Leslie is authorized by the Department of Labor as OSHA Outreach Trainer in General Industry Standards.  4 CE Units
Date: Thursday, March 28th, 2019   Time: 9:00AM  Location: 405 Boulder Ct. Suite #600 Pleasanton, CA 94566
Fees:
CDA Member Dentists - $95.00   Non-CDA Members - $175.00   Auxiliary Members - $90.00

*All registrations MUST be made in advance by no later than March​ 19th & are not confirmed until payment is received in full.   *Attendees who No-Show or who fail to give 72 hours' notice for cancellation to the Central Office will not receive a refund.  No Walk-Ins will be guaranteed space.   *No Children Allowed

SOLD OUT!  Dental MBA Series  MBA Series

If you'd like to be placed on a waiting list, please call 510-782-5316. 

Members attending all 4 classes = $ 80 (Dinner Included at each course) Members attending individual courses = $ 35/per course (Dental MBA Certificates will not be awarded to members who attend less then the 4 full courses)         These courses will sell out quickly, and space is limited. Preference will be given to member dentists. If there are spaces available, then staff members and non-member dentists will be allowed to register closer to the event. The price for staff will be $25/per course  The price for a non-member dentist will be $50/per course. *Cancellations for any one of the Dental MBA seminars must be made seven (7) days before the seminar. If you have registered for all four courses and must cancel 1 or more, ​you will be charged the remaining difference of the $35 per individual course fee. You will not receive the Dental MBA Completion Certificate unless you attend all 4 courses.

*No shows or cancellations less then 7 days prior to the course will not receive a refund.   All Courses will be held at SACDS Central Office
405 Boulder Ct. Ste. #600 Pleasanton, CA 94566


"Becoming a dentist today isn't as hard as it used to be...in fact, it might be harder"

Anders Bjork, Vice President, Market Insights and Member Engagement

The profession of dentistry is in a period of transition. Economic pressure and generational change are fostering an environment of practice innovation, and new models of care delivery (particularly dental service organizations, or DSOs) are gaining acceptance in the marketplace, both influencing and being influenced by generational differences in new dentists.  This session will examine the social and economic factors influencing change in dentistry with an update on DSO growth (in the US but especially in California); a look at how dentistry and medicine are integrating; and a case example on how disruptive innovation is realigning the orthodontic market.
Learning objectives:

  •     Understand differences between the Millennial generation and other generations and how differences are influencing practice choices
  •     Learn about recent dental school graduate trends and practice intentions
  •     Recognize the trends in private equity-fueled DSO growth
  •     Identify how dentistry and medicine are integrating and potential professional implications
  •    Learn how innovation in the clear aligner product category could impact other areas of dentistry

Anders BjorkAnders Bjork, is Vice President, Market Insights and Member Engagement for CDA.  He has extensive experience in market intelligence, market research, competitive intelligence,  unstructured data analysis, market strategy, and innovation development.  His past employment experience includes providing  insights from data to guide his employer's strategies in  the integrated healthcare, health insurance, and ancillary benefits industries.  He earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and an MBA in healthcare management from the University of California at Davis' Graduate School of Management.

Dinner will be included - 2 Ce units
Date: Tuesday, September 24th 2019  Time: 6:30pm  Location: San Leandro Marina Community Center - 15301 Wicks Blvd San Leandro, CA 94579
Fees:
Members -
$45.00  Non-members - $90.00  Guests/staff - $50.00
*All registrations MUST be made in advance by no later than August 1st & are not confirmed until payment is received in full.  *Attendees who No-Show or who fail to give 72 hours' notice for cancellation to the Central Office will not receive a refund.  No Walk-Ins will be guaranteed space.  *No Children Allowed at CE Events

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CPR Re-Certification Courses

CPR Re-Certification Course Fees:
CDA Members & Staff - $90.00    Non-CDA Members - $165.00
March 4, 2019 - Pleasanton Location     Register Here
March 18, 2019 - Fremont Location   Register Here

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