Olivia Wann, RDA, JD
Olivia Wann, RDA, JD joined the dental profession in 1985 having served as an office manager and dental assistant. She graduated from St. Joseph’s College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration and with a Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Nashville School of Law. Currently, Ms. Wann and her team from Modern Practice Solutions provide onsite and online consulting, policy development, and training in the areas of OSHA, Infection Control, HIPAA, Chemical Dependency, Recordkeeping, and Human Resources.
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
“OSHA & Infection Control for Dental Offices”
CE Hours = 2 clinical
Whether a dental practice is concerned about an inspection or simply wants to be audit ready, this timely course will provide critical recommendations to determine your level of compliance. Olivia will help you promote a culture of safety so that you can achieve peace of mind.
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
“Chemical Dependency and Prescription Writing”
CE Hours = 1.5
This course addresses the opioid crisis and how you can comply with the revised prescription writing requirements. The course also discusses how to implement a drug-free workplace.
Michael Glick, DMD
Michael Glick, DMD, is a professor of Oral Medicine and a Past-Dean at the School of Medicine, University of Buffalo. He lectures extensively throughout the United States and internationally. Dr. Glick is a Past-President of the American Board of Oral Medicine and serves as the Editor of The Journal of the American Dental Association.
8:00 – 12:00 PM
“Treatment of the Medically Complex Dental Patient”
CE Hours = 2 academic/clinical
Dentists play an important role as primary healthcare professionals. The need to screen and monitor patients for underlying medical conditions, and are required to render dental care to an array of medically complex patients. Pertinent medical assessment of patients has become an essential part of dentistry, as even the most common medical problems may require modifications to routine dental care. This presentation will simplify this task by reviewing common medical disorders, and explaining and providing protocols for safe and appropriate dental care for patients with complex medical conditions.
1:00 – 4:00 PM
“The Oral-Systemic Health Connection”
CE Hours = 3 academic/clinical
During the past couple of decades, there has been a renewed interest in the association between oral infections and systemic diseases. As these associations are discussed in both the professional and the non-professional literature, patients are becoming aware of these associations and will sometimes ask their oral health care provider for more information. This presentation will help oral health care professionals evaluate studies discussing the associations between oral and non-oral conditions, and provide guidance on how to interpret and address these associations with their patients.
Dr. Riley Clark
Dr. Riley Clark holds a uniquely extensive background in dental implant education and experience. Prior to opening his private practice in Oregon, Dr. Clark practiced at the prestigious WhiteCap Institute, dental dental implant training center in Utah. During those years he performed thousands of implant surgeries and advanced bone grafting procedures. Dr. Clark is most well-known for his use of technology and digital workflows of implant dentistry.
8:00 – 11:30 AM
“Use of Technology and Dental Implant Planning”
CE Hours = 2 academic/clinical
This lecture will dive into the digital world of implant planning, surgery and restoration. It will include case presentations demonstrating pearls and pitfalls to clinical implantology, in the digital world. Objectives: Understand how STL and DICOM files enable thorough pre-operative planning; Understand differences between free-hand and guided surgery technique; and, Review several clinical cases where guided surgery was utilized.
Dr. Paul Clark
Dr. Paul Clark received his DMD from Oregon State School of Dentistry and completed his medical school, general surgery internship and OMFS residency at UCSF and San Francisco General Hospital. He was commisioned as a major in the USAF where he now acts as chief of oral surgery and director of facial trauma surgery. His practice interest is focused on AEGD resident training and orthognathic surgery and facial reconstruction after tumor ablation or traumatic injuries of the head and neck. Dr. Clark also works at WhiteCap Institute as a staff surgeon where his focus is on dental implant surgery, anesthesia and advanced bone grafting cases.
1:00 – 3:00 PM
“Core Four Principles in Bone Grafting”
CE Hours = 2 academic/clinical
This course will highlight proven successful approaches to grafting in the esthetic zone. The discussion includes examples and application of biologic and autologous membranes, principle-driven grafting substrate, thoughtful flap design, and a novel wound closure technique.
Dr. Kevin Arce
Dr. Kevin Arce is a Consultant and Chair, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He obtained his dental degree from Temple University School of Dentistry and a certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and medical degree from May Clinic School of Graduate Medical Educatino and May Medical School, respectively. Following his residency, Dr. Arce completed a fellowship in Head and Neck Surgery at Legacy Emmanuel Hospital, a Master of Clinical Research at Oregon Health & Science University and a Master of Academic Medicine from the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine.
3:00 – 5:00 PM
“Medicine-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws”
CE Hours = 2
Medication-related osteonecorsis of teh jaws (MRONJ) is an uncommon but serious complication of cancer treatment or management of osteoporosis. It consists of progressive bone destruction of the maxilla or mandible, typically in patients with a history of antiresorptive or antiangiogenic medications. In this course, we will discuss the diagnosis of MRONJ, its clinical characteristics and management strategies.