The 2005 ADAA Annual Conference.
We will be joined by members of the Academy of General Dentistry & the American Association of Women Dentists.
We invite you to participate in the educational and professional activities of the conference & to enjoy the cultural, recreational and social opportunities too.
Washington, D.C.--July 13-17, 2005
WEDNESDAY JULY 13
A01 Round Table Learning: A Hands-On Course
Participation Credit Hours: 3 Jennifer Blake, CDA, EFDA, FADAA
Time: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Maximum Enrollment: 40
Love your profession? Join in this very successful learning experience offered at major dental meetings around the country. Share your enthusiasm while you learn in this hands-on small group experience. Enjoy the opportunity to trade ideas with other dental assistants in your group while you are introduced to new products and techniques that will benefit your practice. You will come away energized with new ideas and lots of product samples for your office.
Jen Blake is the Director of Education and Professional Relations for the American Dental Assistants Association. Jen's career as a dental assistant has included private practice chairside assisting, teaching dental students how to work with expanded duff assistants, program administration for an ADA accredited dental assisting program and guest lecturing nationwide. She is a past national president of the ADAA.
Attendance is limited, so please register early!
THURSDAY JULY 14
A02 Oral Complications of Cancer Therapies: Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment
Lecture Credit Hours: 3 Susan E. Calderbank, DMD
Time: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with cancer. Is your office prepared to handle the needs of these patients? Oral complications resulting from anticancer therapies can significantly affect morbidity, patient tolerance of treatment options and quality of life. Dr. Calderbank will discuss radiation caries, salivary gland dysfunction, mucositis, and treatment rinses.
OTHER TOPICS INCLUDE:
> Bacterial, fungal and viral infections.
> Analyzing blood studies.
> Timing extractions and dental care.
Dr. Calderbank is an associate instructor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and maintains a private practice in Greenville, Pa. She holds fellowships in the Pierre Fauchard Society, the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists. An examiner for the Northeast Board of Dental Examiners, in 2003 Dr Calderbank received the Pennsylvania Dental Association's Special Public &trice Award in recognition of her commitment to raising awareness of the Oral Complications of Cancer Therapies.
FRIDAY JULY 15
A03 Infection Control is a Journey--Let OSAP Be Your Guide
Participation Credit Hours: 2 Sharon Baker, DMD; Charles Palenik, PhD; Therese Long, CAE; Andy Whitehead
Time: 9:15 AM-11:15 AM
Maximum Enrollment: 40
Back by popular demand, dentistry's resource for infection control and safety, OSAP, will take dental assistants on a whistle-stop tour of critical issues. Attendees will travel through four learning stations.
> Proper selection and use of surface disinfectants and barriers.
> Assuring sterile instruments are always provided chairside.
> Proper selection and use of personal protective equipment.
> Improving and maintaining compliance in the office.
Attendance is limited, so please register early!
A04 Fighting Plaque with a Healthy Back (Preventing Work-Related Pain in Dental Assisting)
Lecture Credit Hours: 3 Bethany Valachi, MS, PT, CEAS
Time: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Dental assistants face a unique set of musculoskeletal challenges when delivering dental care that can result in pain, injury or a career-ending disability. Developed by a physical therapist and clinical dentist, this dynamic seminar includes, but goes far beyond, dental ergonomics. A fusion of biomechanics, physiology, physical therapy and dental ergonomics--this one-of-a-kind course is as scientific as it is fun and immediately applicable. Assistants will learn numerous strategies in the operatory to prevent and reduce work-related pain. This is an important course for all dental assistants concerned with their musculoskeletal health and career longevity.
Ms. Valachi is a physical therapist, certified ergonomics assessment specialist and co-founder of Posturedontics[R] with Keith Valachi DDS. She has published in many dental journals including JADA and is author of ADAA's home study course The Ergonomics of Dental Assisting.
SATURDAY JULY 16
A05 Women Working with Women
Lecture Credit Hours: 3 Linda L. Miles, CSP, CMC
Time: 8:00 AM-11:00 AM
Knowing the five basic components to promoting trust and creating a supportive environment is key to feeling comfortable approaching others, learning new things and working efficiently as a team. These issues are imperative to improving the communication within your professional and personal environments. Both male and female dentists and assistants are encouraged to attend, as these issues are pertinent to every dental practice and will provide easy-to-implement ideas to improve loyalty, staff harmony and patient retention!
> How your attitude affects the practice attitude.
> Teamwork--what it really means.
> Tapping into your strengths.
> Eliminating the inner and outer circles.
> Accountability issues.
Linda Miles is CEO of Linda L. Miles and Associates, an Inc. 500 company, which brings exceptional growth to dental practices worldwide. Many of her clients rank in the top 5% of dental practices in North America. Ms. Miles serves on the editorial advisory board of Dental Practice Report and on the Board of Directors of the ADAA Foundation. She is author of the highly acclaimed practice management text book Dynamic Dentistry.
This course is presented jointly by the ADAA and the AAWD.
ADAA Meeting at a Glance
All ADAA events will take place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Attendees should register via the AGD/ADAA form located in this brochure. ADAA registrants should pick up their materials at the AGD/ADAA registration area at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
Wednesday, July 13 3:00 PM-6:30 PM Credentialing 5:00 PM-6:00 PM New Delegate Orientation 5:00 PM-10:00 PM Board of Trustees Meeting Thursday, July 14 7:00 AM-7:30 AM Credentialing 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Silent Auction Tables 9:00 AM-10:15 AM District Caucuses 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Convocation/1st House of Delegates 4:45 PM-6:15 PM Membership Summit 7:00 PM-10:00 PM ADAAF Mystery Play Friday, July 15 6:30 AM-8:00 AM Balloting 8:00 AM-9:00 AM Gala Ticket Exchange 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Silent Auction Tables 8:00 AM-9:00 AM ADAA/DANB Forum 4:45 PM-6:00 PM Reference Committees 1 & 2 6:15 PM-7:30 PM District Caucuses Saturday, July 16 7:30 AM-8:00 AM 2nd Balloting (if needed) 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Silent Auction Tables 11:30 AM-1:00 PM Access to Care Luncheon 1:45 PM-2:00 PM Credentialing 2:00 PM-4:30 PM 2nd House of Delegates 6:30 PM-11:00 PM President's Gala Sunday, July 17 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Board of Trustees Meeting
About Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. is not only the proud home of the nation's capital, it is a sophisticated city in its own right. The heart of the city houses many well-known monuments and inspiring memorials. Just off the mall, yon will find the soul of D.C. with its trendy and historic neighborhoods, like Georgetown and Dupont Circle, along with world class and grass-roots theatres, extensive shopping, restaurants boasting cuisine from every corner of the world and entertainment of every sort. No one experiences Washington, D.C. in exactly the same way and one never gets bored while visiting this magnificent city.
A Note About Booking Hotel Rooms
In order to contract for hotel rooms, the ADAA is contractually obligated to fill its block of rooms. If we do not (and attendees book at other hotels), then we pay exorbitant attrition fees to make up the difference. This in turn can affect registration fees and the number of rooms held for attendees in the future. Support your organization by staying within the block of rooms at the Omni Shoreham.
NOTE: AGD is headquartered at the Marriott Wardman Park nearby.
Cell Phones: Cell phones and pagers should be turned off when courses or meetings are in session.
Dress Code: The dress code for the duration of the meeting is business casual. Jeans, sneakers and athletic wear are unacceptable.
NEW Exhibit Hall Hours Thursday, July 14 3:00 PM-7:00 PM Friday, July 15 10:00 AM-5:00 PM ** Saturday, July 16 10:00 AM-5:00 PM ** ** Exclusive hours from 11:00 am-2:00 PM!
Several pricing options are available for purchase based upon your dates of travel. You may choose a 5% discount off the lowest applicable fare by calling United's toll-free number (800-521-4041) and referring to the Meeting ID #551SI or a 10% discount is available off the unrestricted coach fares when purchased 7 days in advance. An additional 5% discount will apply when you purchase your tickets at least 30 days in advance of your travel date. Or you may choose Area Pricing, set air fare prices based upon geographical locations. Discounts apply on United, United Express, United code share flights (UA*) operated by US Airways, US Airways Express, and Air Canada scheduled service. Dedicated reservationists are on duty 7 days a week, 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM EST. Book early to take advantage of promotional fares that give you the greatest discount. Mileage Plus members receive full credit for all miles flown to this meeting.
If you wish to book your reservations online, United is offering a 10% discount on selected flights. Click on www.united.com to make reservations and enter 551SI in the e-certificate or promotional code block on the itinerary page. The Academy's discount will automatically be applied.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (Alexandria, Va.) (recommended airport)
Distance: 9 miles east of downtown Washington, D.C. (closest in proximity to hotels)
Drive Time: approximately 16 minutes (weather and traffic permitting)
Limousine: (typical minimum charge) approximately $30-35 for a sedan
Super Shuttle: (typical minimum charge) $12 per person, per trip ($24 round-trip); each additional person is $8 per trip if part of the same group
Taxi: (typical minimum charge) approximately $18
Subway: $1.10 (from airport to hotel)
Washington Dulles International Airport (Sterling, Va.)
Distance: 26 miles west of Washington, D.C.
Drive Time: approximately 45 minutes (weather and traffic permitting)
Limousine: (typical minimum charge) approximately $50-55 for a sedan
Super Shuttle: (typical minimum charge) $25 per person, per trip ($50 round-trip); each additional person is $8 per trip if part of the same group
Taxi: (typical minimum charge) approximately $63
Washington, D.C. Metro (transit)
Closest subway station: Woodley Park Metro Red line (directly in front of Marriott Wardman, walking distance to both hotels). (Please visit www.metroopensdoors.com for more information.)
Wednesday, July 13 - Sunday, July 17 Code Key: C = Capsule Clinic L = Lecture P = Participation, Hands-on A = Dental Assisting Date Clinician Code CDE Basic Science > 010 7/13 Blake A01 3 7/14 Crossley L01 3 7/14 Crossley L02 3 7/15 Valachi A04 3 7/15 Leinfelder L08 6 7/15 Wynn L10 3 7/16 Glazer L14 3 7/16 Hart/Robev L21 3 Endodontics > 070 7/15 Yu P13 7 7/17 Niemczyk L19 6 Electives > 130 7/13-7/14 Shackelford P02 14 7/13-7/14 White P04 14 7/13-7/14 Region 17 P30 14 7/14 McAllister C02 2 7/14 Walinski C05 2 7/14 Harte C06 2 7/15 OSAP Panel A03 2 7/15 Williams C15 3 7/16 McCracken C18 2 7/16 Christensen C21 2 7/17 Bursryn P29 7 Myofascial Pain/Occlusion > 180 7/14-7/16 Becker/Solow/Blazek P11 21 7/14 Hassan C08 2 7/15 McCoy C11 2 7/16 Huband C19 2 Operative Dentistry > 250 7/13 Blank P03 7 7/14 Ward C07 2 7/16 Johnson C20 2 7/17 Helvey P24 3 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery > 310 7/14-7/15 Koerner P10 14 7/17 Walter Reed Army Medical L18 3 Center Orthodontics > 370 7/13-7/14 Gray/Shuman P0I 13 7/15 Gerety P14 7 Pediatric Dentistry > 430 7/14-7/15 Thomas P09 12 7/16 Keels L15 6 Periodontics > 490 7/15-7/16 Rolfs P12 14 7/15 Johnson C14 2 7/16 Hempton P17 6 Practice Management > 550 7/14 Freydberg L05 3 7/14 Freydberg L06 3 7/15 Levin L07 6 7/15 Smith L11 3 7/16 Miles A05 3 7/16 DiDonato C16 2 7/16 Little L13 3 7/16 Buczko L16 3 7/17 Heppner L20 3 Prosthodontics / Fixed > 610 7/15 Bradigan C13 2 7/16 Huband C17 2 Implants > 690 7/14 Shafie C01 2 7/14 Sadan L04 3 7/15 Schardt-Sacco/Wong L22 3 7/15 Schneider P15 7 7/16 Langstaff C22 2 7/16-7/17 Hahn P23 14 Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis > 730 7/14 DeRossi C09 2 7/15 Malcmacher C12 2 7/15 Schardt-Sacco/Wong L09 3 7/16 Starr/Miller L12 3 7/16 Rusz/Paddock/Applequist P21 7 7/17 Carter P25 3 7/17 Hempton/Koralishn P26 3 7/17 Hempton/Koralishn P27 3 Special Patient Care > 750 7/13,7/17 Levy P05 12 7/14 Calderbank A02 3 7/16 Andresen P22 4 Esthetics > 780 7/14 Fete/ Hildebrand/Stanford C04 2 7/14 Sadan L03 3 7/14 Blicher P06 3 7/14 Blicher P07 3 7/14 Small P08 7 7/15 Malcmacher C10 2 7/15 Small P16 7 7/16 Drumm P19 3 7/16 Drumm P20 3 7/17 Alex P28 7 Date Title Basic Science > 010 7/13 Round Table Learning: A Hands-On Course 7/14 Pharmacologic Management of Post-Operative Dental Pain 7/14 Pharmacologic Management of Post-Operative Infections 7/15 Fighting Plaque with a Healthy Back (Preventing Work-Related Pain in Dental Assisting) 7/15 New Restorative Systems 7/15 Drugs in Dentistry Update--2005 7/16 What's Hot and What's Getting Hotter! 7/16 Dental Genetics and Stem Cell Research Endodontics > 070 7/15 How to Feel, Fill & Thrill Accessory Canals: Schilder-Yu Vertical Compaction of Warm Gutta-percha Technique 7/17 Endodontics Redefined Electives > 130 7/13-7/14 Dental Responders: An Introduction to Biodefense and Casualty Management 7/13-7/14 Lasers in Dentistry: A Two-Day Standard Proficiency Course 7/13-7/14 AGD Fellowship Examination Review Course 7/14 Planning for Success With Digital Imaging 7/14 Erbium Lasers in Dental Practice: Beyond the Hype 7/14 Dental Infection Control: Back to the Basics 7/15 Infection Control is a Journey--Let OSAP Be Your Guide 7/15 The Basics of Disaster Preparedness for the Dental Office 7/16 Laser Dentistry: The New "Lasix" 7/16 Current Treatments for Dentinal Hypersensitivity 7/17 CPR Certification Myofascial Pain/Occlusion > 180 7/14-7/16 The Pankey Institute 7/14 Appliance Therapy: Types and Indications 7/15 The Question of an Equilibration 7/16 Maxillofacial Prosthetics: What to Treat and Who to Refer Operative Dentistry > 250 7/13 The Art and Science of Exquisite Anterior Restorations 7/14 Unlocking the Keys to Successful Composite Restorations 7/16 Pain-Free Restorations 7/17 CAD/CAM Restorations: Uncovering the Mystery Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery > 310 7/14-7/15 Oral Surgery in General Practice: Faster, Easier, More Predictable 7/17 Maxillofacial Reconstruction of Military Casualties from Iraq and Afghanistan: The Walter Reed Army Medical Center Perspective Orthodontics > 370 7/13-7/14 Invisalign Certification 1 7/15 Case Finishing Mechanics/Straight Wire Technique Pediatric Dentistry > 430 7/14-7/15 Contemporary Issues in Pediatric Dentistry 7/16 Pediatric Dentistry--Are You Evaluating Everything You Should With Your Pediatric Periodontics > 490 7/15-7/16 Practical Periodontal Flap Surgery for Decathlon Dentistry 7/15 Powerful Perio-Drugs 7/16 Crown Lengthening Workshop Practice Management > 550 7/14 What the High-Tech Patient Visit Looks Like: The "Light at the End of the Tunnel" 7/14 Cyberdentistry--Using the Internet to Improve Patient Care and Enhance Your Practice 7/15 Teaming Up for Success: How Winning Teams Build Winning Practices 7/15 CDT 2005: Decoding the Code 7/16 Women Working With Women 7/16 Dental Fraud: Are You Protected? 7/16 Computer and Internet Security for Dental Professionals 7/16 "You Be the Judge"--A Risk Management Course 7/17 Business Management 2005 Prosthodontics / Fixed > 610 7/15 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ... Dental Amalgams in 2005 7/16 Restorative and Prosthetic Options for Xerostomic Patients Implants > 690 7/14 Common Problems Associated with Implant Treatment: Reasons & Solutions 7/14 Restoring Single Implants in the Esthetic Zone 7/15 Dental Implants: Systemic Diseases and Associated Factors Affecting Implants and Wound Healing; Adjunctive Treatment for Preparation of Implants 7/15 New Advances in Implant Overdentures: Happiness through Simplification 7/16 Dental Implants for the General Dentist 7/16-7/17 Hands-On Implant Placement Workshop Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis > 730 7/14 New Therapies for Oral Mucosal Disease 7/15 Treating Bad Breath with New Techniques and Materials 7/15 Medical Work-Up 7/16 Interdisciplinary Panel: The Tag Team--Sequencing the Dental Treatment Plan 7/16 Treatment Planning Complex, Multi-Disciplinary Cases 7/17 Charlie's a Tuna, but Radiology's a Pearl 7/17 Charting and Documentation Workshop 7/17 Charting and Documentation Workshop Special Patient Care > 750 7/13,7/17 Special Patient Care 7/14 Oral Complications of Cancer Therapies: Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment 7/16 Your Next Patient Has Autism Esthetics > 780 7/14 Dental Treatment Options for Patients Affected with Ectodermal Dysplasias 7/14 The All Ceramic Update in Esthetic Dentistry 7/14 Esthetic Temporaries with Ease, Speed and Accuracy 7/14 Esthetic Temporaries with Ease, Speed and Accuracy 7/14 Exceptional Esthetics Workshop 7/15 State of the Art Teeth Whitening--From Over-the- Counter to One Hour or Less! 7/15 Gold-Inlay Workshop 7/16 Esthetic Temporary Veneers with Ease and Accuracy 7/16 Esthetic Temporary Veneers with Ease and Accuracy 7/17 The Five Ps of Porcelain Veneers: A Unique Lecture and Hands-On Experience
ADAA PRESIDENT'S GALA (#A08)
Saturday, July 16th, 6:30 PM-11 PM
$80 in advance, $90 on-site
This always festive occasion features a delicious dinner, an introduction of the new officers and trustees and an opportunity for good fun at the close of this, our 81st Annual Conference. As always, the evening will include the installation of our new officers and board of trustees. A brief awards ceremony will also take place.
Please join us at the closing festivities of the Conference.
Cocktails--6:30 PM (cash bar) $80 Pre-registration; $90 on-site
Register for #A08 under Events on the Advance Registration Form.
MURDER SHE WROTE (#A06)
Murder Mystery Play
Thursday, July 14th 7 PM
$25 In Advance $35 On-Site
Welcome back class of '57 to D.C.'s School for the Gifted, 10-year High School Reunion. Behind those cat eye glasses and painted lips are some secrets just dying to come out. Join the fun, solve the mystery and discover who will drop before the sock hop. Always a conference laugh fest, this year's presentation from the ADAA Foundation Directors will feature the friends and family of ADAA members who write and act it and live and die for it! So come in costume ... roll up your jeans, put on your bobby socks, sweaters, scarves, poodle skirts, leather jackets and shades and boogie on down ... it'll kill ya!
Program Note: The Welcome Reception on Thursday, July 14, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM is now a ticketed event for ADAA attendees. Tickets may be purchased for $25 (#E02).
ACCESS TO CARE LUNCHEON (#A07)
Saturday, July 16
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
$25 in advance $35 on Site
The opportunities and rewards of volunteering in your professional capacity as a dental assistant will be presented and sponsored in part by Sunstar Butler. Speakers will discuss their experiences as volunteers throughout the world and the opportunity to network and find out how you might fit into this worthwhile endeavor will be developed.
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