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Thomas E. Dudney, DMD is a 1977 graduate of University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Dentistry. He has served as the Clinical Director for the Aesthetic Advantage hands-on programs taught by Dr. Larry Rosenthal at New York University and the Eastman Dental Clinic in London as well as the Clinical Director for the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies (CCADS) programs taught in the US, Canada, and the UK. He presently is serving as the Clinical Director for the new Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) programs. In addition to teaching and lecturing, Dr. Dudney has authored several articles on Aesthetic Dentistry. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Alabama Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Birmingham District Dental Society, the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, American Dental Association, the Catapult Group, and a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry. He maintains a private practice with emphasis on aesthetic and restorative dentistry in Birmingham, Alabama.
MACdentistry: The What, When, How, and Why of Current Indirect Restorative Materials, Adhesives, and Cements
As restorative materials, adhesives, and cements continue to evolve and improve, keeping up with the latest advancements is difficult. Patients continue to have high expectations for long term clinical success. Having an understanding and working knowledge of these materials will enable you to make sound decisions and drive that long term success. This half-day lecture will discuss factors affecting the selection of indirect restorative materials that will satisfy the aesthetic and functional goals of the patient as conservatively as possible. Cases will be used to demonstrate the use of these materials, bonding agents, and cements in different clinical situations.
Course Objectives: The attendees will understand:
• the factors that affect material selection
• how to choose Monolithic vs. layered restorations
• how to combine aesthetics and function with emax lithium Disilicate
• the advantages and disadvantages of full contour zirconia
• the benefits of the new universal adhesives
• what cements to use and why
• how to treat the tooth and the restoration when conventionally cementing or adhesively bonding
• the long term benefits of bioactive cements
Be Aware of Wear: A Systematic Approach to Diagnosing, Treatment Planning, and Restoring the Worn Dentition
One of the problems faced in restorative dentistry is that when teeth wear, they move. Understanding this concept, being able to recognize the different types of wear, and knowing the treatment options are instrumental in obtaining the desired results. This half-day lecture will discuss the etiologies and distinguishing characteristics of tooth wear, as well as a systematic approach to diagnosis and restoration illustrated with clinical cases. Multidisciplinary coordination and laboratory communication are key elements to successful treatment and will also be discussed.
Course Objectives: The attendees will:
• recognize the clinical signs of intrinsic and extrinsic erosion
• develop office protocols to help patients prevent and/ or treat acid erosion
• recognize the clinical signs of horizontal and vertical wear patterns
• design an occlusal scheme that fits the grinding patterns of the patient
Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2016, the day before the ISDS Annual Session
Location: Bloomington-Normal Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 201 Broadway St, Normal, IL
Time: 8am-4pm; Registration information will be available at ilagd.org
Credit hours: 7 lecture
At lunch: General Membership Meeting and Installation of IL AGD 2017 Officers and BOD, Greetings from the IL AGD Board of Directors and IL AGD President Dr. Sue Mayer and ISDS President Dr. Bradley Barnes
Registration Form: IL AGD & ISDS Members-please follow the instructions below to receive complimentary registration to this program.
IL AGD/ ISDS members: Please send 2 separate checks: one for the $100 deposit to reserve your seat and one for $35 for your lunch. IL AGD & ISDS members receive both checks back. Members of only one organization will receive only the deposit check back.
____$100 IL AGD and/or ISDS Members, deposit check to reserve your seat.*
Refunds will be issued prior to August 18, 2016. After August 18, 2016, the deposit check will be forfeited if member does not attend.
____$35 Luncheon (separate check)
____$135 ADA/AGD Members, non-Illinois (lunch included)**
____$315 Non-ADA/AGD members (lunch included)***
____$100 Late fee for all registrations if received after 8/18/16
____$175 Additional fee for at the door registration
City, State, Zip_____________________________________________________________
*The deposit and lunch checks will be returned to those dentists who are members of both IL AGD and ISDS .
**The deposit check will be returned to those dentists who are members of ISDS or IL AGD.
***Non ADA/AGD members may apply the registration fee to membership application if membership is applied for on or before 9/07/16.
Return Registration Form prior to August 29, 2016. Space is limited so register early!
Return the completed registration form and check(s) payable to IL AGD to: Dr. Susan Bishop, 7314 N. Edgewild Dr., Peoria, IL 61614
Your National AGA/ADA dues must be paid in full before you are eligible for the free seminar. If your membership cannot be confirmed by August 18, 2016, you will be subject to $100 late fee and/or $315 non-member fee.
IL AGD/ ISDS members: Please send 2 separate checks: one for the $100 deposit to reserve your seat and one for $35 for your lunch. AGD & ISDS members receive both checks back. Members of only one organization will receive only the deposit check back.
Refund Policy: Full tuition refund will be issued if any seminar is cancelled by the IL AGD. Full tuition refund (less $25 non-refundable registration fee) will be issued if cancellation is received 14 calendar days before the seminar. There will be no refund issued for any cancellation received 13 calendar days or less before the start of the seminar. The IL AGD reserves the right to change and/or cancel the locations or dates of seminars without prior notice.
Presenting programs of this nature is a group effort and would not be possible without the assistance of many individuals and/ or companies. A complete list will be available at the course site.
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February 22, 2017 IL AGD 24th Annual Ted Weclew Lecture at the ADA Auditorium