e-Advisor 2013 Winter Edition

Illinois and Wisconsin Mastertrack Presents Dr. Karl Koerner on Atraumatic and Efficient Exodontics – by Dr. William Lawley


On September 27-28, 2013 fifty dentists gathered at Bisco Institue in Schaumburg, IL. to interact in a fascinating participation course presented by Karl Koerner DDS,MS on Atraumatic and Efficient Exodontics.

Dr. Koerner received his DDS degree from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle, and completed a General Practice Residency in the US Army. He now practices in Utah as a general dentist who performs only oral surgery treatment. He has written four books on the subject and is published in five languages. In 2010 he was awarded The Academy of General Dentistry’s Weclew Award for his contributions to general dentistry and dental education.

A marvelously engineered model was employed as a fascinating tool to incorporate the principles prescribed by Dr. Koerner including: third molar extractions, bone grafting procedures, root tip extractions, pre-prosthetic procedures with a continuous suturing technique and a biopsy procedure. The luxators and their proper use into the PDL were discussed as was the piezo ultrasonic units to snap the PDL and expand or minimally excise the bone around the tooth.


The IL AGD Presents Contemporary Solutions for Restorative Dentistry

Dr. Lee Ann Brady

The IL AGD presents Contemporary Solutions for Restorative Dentistry with Dr. Lee Ann Brady on Wednesday February 19, 2014 (the day before the CDS MWM). Only $95 for AGD members!


American Dental Association Annual Session


The Illinois Academy of General Dentistry is proud to announce our members that were inducted as Fellows into The American College of Dentists, The International College of Dentists, and the Academy of Dentistry International this year in New Orleans.  All three organizations held their annual sessions in conjunction with the American Dental Association Annual Session in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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