Day 1 of this course will cover and help to implement treatment planning concepts for restorative, prosthodontic and rehabilitation procedures. Participants will learn
how to treatment plan as a team with staff, learn guidelines for treatment plans and esthetic procedures and how to increase patient acceptance of more complex
Day 2 will provide the opportunity to cover the importance of mounted study casts in treatment planning. Participants will learn how to make centric
records and orthotics (stabilizing splints), when and how to equilibrate, the clinical steps in increasing the OVD and how to fabricate custom incisal guides.
Dr. Terry Tanaka is a Clinical Professor at the University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, Department of Graduate Prosthodontics. He has a private
practice in prosthodontics in Chula Vista, California. Dr. Tanaka is the founder and director of the TMD and Restorative Dentistry Study Groups held at the University
of California, San Diego, School of Medicine since 1982. He has published numerous articles and is widely recognized as a research anatomist and for his teaching
of advanced restorative procedures. Dr. Tanaka holds Fellowships in the Academy of Dentistry International, American College of Dentists and the International College
of Dentists. Additionally he is a Master, Academy of General Dentistry and a Diplomate, American Board of Orofacial Pain. Dr. Tanaka is a member of the Pacific
Coast Society of Prosthodontists, American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, American Academy of Orofacial Pain and the American Equilibration Society.
At the completion of Day 1 of this seminar, participants will be knowledgeable in:
1. How to treatment plan as a team
2. Important guidelines used in formulating comprehensive treatment plans
3. Why procedures are performed and how they can increase the efficiency and quality of dentistry performed
4. Important guidelines for esthetic procedures
5. How to increase patient acceptance of more complex restorative procedures
At the completion of Day 2 of this seminar, participants
will be knowledgeable in:
1. Preparation of the Functional Analysis
2. Proper timing of occlusal adjustment procedures
3. Establishment of canine guidance and correction of cross-bite occlusions
4. Establishment of anterior tooth length using the esthetic guidelines
5. Formulation and staging treatment plans for complex wear problems.
Supplies: For the hands-on session on November 19, 2016 please bring magnification eyewear; standard high speed with friction grip and low speed with latch
(towards AGD Fellowship or Mastership)
8 hours of Fixed Prosthodonic lecture credit for those who attend the 11/18/16 lecture only; 16 hours of Fixed Prosthodontic participation credit for those who attend 11/18/16
lecture and 11/19/16 hands-on. (36 hours for those who complete an in-office protocol assignment and report).
Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine
Hoag Hall Auditorium, Bldg. 283
2800 College Avenue
Directions: Take I-55 North or South to the Alton exit #30, Route 140. (Route 140 becomes College Avenue)
PARKING: Available behind Hoag Hall, Lots A-3. No permit is necessary. Do not park in the clinic parking lot. You will be ticketed.
FRIDAY, November 18, 2016
7:45 am Registration
8:00 am – 10:30 am Lecture in Hoag Hall Auditorium (Bldg 283)
10:30 am – 10:45 am Break and Discuss
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch and Learn with the students
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Lecture in Hoag Hall Auditorium (Bldg 283)
3:00 pm – 3:15 pm Break and Discuss
3:15 pm – 5:00 pm Lecture in Hoag Hall Auditorium (Bldg 283)
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Set-up for Hands-on
7:30 pm – Dinner with seminar attendees & instructor
SATURDAY, November 19, 2016
7:45 am Registration
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Hands-on in Student Lab (Building 283)
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Lunch & Discuss
12:30 pm – 4:30 pm Hands-on in Student Lab (Building 283)
DEADLINE: November 14, 2016
May register for lecture only. 11/19/16 hands-on participation must take 11/18/16 lecture.
(Limited space for 11/19/16)
Protocol Reporting Session
Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 7:30 PM
at the Atrium Hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn)
restaurant Alton, IL
Call 309-692-1796 or Email
Hotel reservations based on availability. Identify yourself as attending the Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine AGD Programs.
Atrium Hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn) ♦ 3800 Homer Adams Parkway ♦ Alton, Illinois 62002 ♦ (618) 462-1220
Dentist 2 day participation course $595 $695
(limit 25 participants on 11/19/16)
Dentist 11/18/16 lecture only $225 $275
Staff (non-dentist) per day $50 $75
(must be accompanied by dentist)
SIU Instructors/Students 11/18/16 lecture N/C $10*
only and 11/19/16 observation only.
Must be registered for seminar.
(Observation will be permitted at participation course (includes faculty/students) if course limit is reached, but costs and attendee numbers must be approved by the course master.)
Lunch is included in all day seminar cost.
*Includes 1 year AGD student membership
Non-Members: Join AGD and receive seminar at AGD member cost.
Contact Dr. Susan Bishop for information.
Refunds are available for courses, minus $50 processing fee, will be granted if requested at least ten days prior to the start of the course.
Check appropriate line, or list number attending:
___AGD/ADA/Public Health Dentist $ _________
___Staff Member/AGD/ADA Dentist $ _________
___Non-AGD/ADA Dentist $ _________
___Staff Member/Non-AGD/ADA Dentist $ _________
___SIU/SDM Student/Resident $ _________
___SIU/SDM Faculty $ _________
TOTAL $ _________
AGD/ADA No. _________________________________________
Total Number Attending __________________________________
Amount Enclosed _______________________________________
Check Number _________________________________________
(Make check payable to the Central Illinois AGD)
City, State, Zip _________________________________________
Business Phone: ________________________________________
Home Phone: __________________________________________
Fax/E-mail Address: ____________________________________
___In Office Protocol
___Please send me a new AGD member packet.
If more than one person is attending, please list their names on a separate sheet of paper.
Return by 11/14/2016. (Limited attendance for second day on 11/19/16.)
Refunds are available for courses, minus $50 processing fee, will be granted if requested at least then days prior to the start of the course.
Return the completed registration form and check payable to CIAGD to:
Dr. Susan Bishop
7314 N. Edgewild Dr.
Peoria, IL 61614
Email: [email protected] for information.
Next CIAGD/SIUSDM Seminar: Pharmacology: Pediatrics & Geriatrics ~ Dr. Karen Baker & Oral Medicine & Pathology ~ Dr. John Olson – March 24-25, 2017