“Tackling Big Issues in Little Teeth”-Season Pass #1
Date: Friday September 23, 2022
Time: 8 AM-4 PM (12-1 Lunch Hour)
Location: Ditka’s Restaurant in Oak Brook, IL
Speaker: Dr. Victoria Ursitti
CE Credits: 7 CE Lecture Credits
Tuition: (Breakfast and Lunch Included)
Hygienist or staff (AGD Dentist)-$65
Hygienist or staff (Non-AGD Dentist)-$85
All 4 Programs-Season Pass for AGD Members only $400!
$30 fee for late registration (within 7 days of the course) and for on-site registration
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Ursitti received her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Nutritional Sciences and earned her Dental Degree from Tufts University in Boston. She spent two years in New York City practicing General Dentistry at Cornell University-New York Hospital, before completing specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago
She worked as an associate for a few years until she opened All About Kids Dentistry in Arlington Heights, January 2002 and her second office Algonquin Kids Dentistry in 2016. She is a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and an active member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Illinois State Dental
Society and Chicago Dental Society. Last year, she served as President of the Illinois Society of Pediatric Dentists and is the current Director of the Northwest Suburban Branch for CDS.
While she enjoys speaking, both Dr. Ursitti and her staff, devote many hours to providing educational programs throughout the Community and working with underserved and developmentally disabled children. She is an avid downhill skier, enjoys walks with her dogs Burton and Vanna, golf and Italian cooking with her husband Patrick and son, Gianni, who graduated from St. Viator and is attending the University of Alabama. She’s still working on her “Roll Tide”! lol
To learn a comprehensive overview of treatments for children of all ages. The latest techniques, what to look for in exams and screening of the pediatric population, appropriate referrals for multidisciplinary care and to other health professionals.
Attendees will learn:
1. Infant Exams and the First Dental Exam.
2. Tongue-Ties and Lip-Ties.
3. Trending Dental Materials and Interim Therapies (SDF,RMGI, Glass Ionomers…)
4. Pulpotomies/Trauma/New Pediatric Guidelines
5. Stainless Steel, Strip and Zirconia Crowns.
6. Sleep-Disturbed Breathing/Apnea.
7. Behavior Management/Special Needs