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Delaware Valley Study Club

 Delaware Valley Study Club

 

Greetings!

We invite you to participate in our fourth year of the Delaware Valley Study Club. Events will be held February 2020 through December 2020.  The Delaware Valley Study Club is committed to providing dentists and dental hygienists with the highest level of continuing education, while building relationships amongst peers in the dental field.

Presented to you is the 2020 curriculum.  The goal in developing our program is to promote and advance interdisciplinary treatment planning as the foundation of ideal, comprehensive care for our patients. This experience will motivate the clinician to learn more and do more for their patients and profession.  The tuition for the year is $495 for dentists, and $295 for dental hygienists.  This fee includes all meals, drinks and CEU’s in an elegant and comfortable environment.

Please fill out the registration form and submit it with the tuition payment made to the Delaware Valley Study Club by February  17, 2020.  Please mail the payment to the address below:

Delaware Valley Study Club 
Attention: Kathleen Cripps, Study Club Coordinator
860 1st Ave. Suite 3
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Please do not hesitate to call with any questions.  

Warm Regards,

Michael A. Bianchi, D.D.S and Andrew L. Kanter, D.M.D
Study Club Directors
Delaware Valley Study Club
610-888-2183

Curriculum 2020

Achieving academic excellence and optimal patient care through continuing education lectures and seminars for the entire dental team.


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, March 26, 2020

6:30PM – 8:30PM
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner)

Dental Services Organizations: Legal and Practical Considerations
Todd Rodriquez
Partner Fox Rothschild LLP

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: PAOMS
2CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
This program will discuss legal and practical considerations that should be taken into consideration when negotiating a DSO arrangement, including key contract terms and potential legal pitfalls.


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, April 23, 2020

6:30PM – 8:30PM
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner)

Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws 
Joseph F. Kern, DDS, MD

 

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: PAOMS
2CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
This lecture is intended to aid dentists of all specialties and hygienists to diagnose and treat Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws (MRONJ), effectively. We will define MRONJ and describe the currently accepted hypothesis for the pathophysiology of MRONJ. Focus will be paid to the causative medications, their mechanisms, indications for use, and their risk for MRONJ. We will discuss a “game plan” for the prevention and risk stratification of MRONJ. Finally, the current staging and treatment recommendations will be presented to aid in our treatment decisions.


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, May 28, 2020

6:30PM – 8:30PM
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner)

Dealing With Ridge Deficiencies: 
Current Options To Maximize Long-Term Outcomes

Neiva Rodrigo, DDS, MS

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: PAOMS
2CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
New treatment options and materials have been introduced to Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in recent years.  The aim of this presentation is to discuss possible advantages, disadvantages, and realistic short-and long-term expectations of these new techniques and materials.  At the end of this course, clinicians should be able to know and understand:

  • Rationale for new materials and techniques
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Bone instrumentation for maximum preservation
  • Material selection based on material properties and features
  • Implant selection based on site-specific design 


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, September 17, 2020

6:30PM – 8:30PM
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner) 

 CAD CAM Restorative Esthetic Zone
Bobby Birdi, DMD

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: Nobel Biocare
2CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
This presentation will provide an update on the use of CAD/CAM based restorations in the esthetic zone for both teeth and dental implants.Restorative design, material choice, and anterior treatment planning will be highlighted.Both digital and analog workflows will be showcased.


 

DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, October 15, 2020

6:30pm – 8:30pm
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner) 

Management of Pulp Exposures
Bekir Karabucak, DMD, MS 

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: PAOMS
2 CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
Management of pulpitis and pulp exposures could be a clinical challenge for dental practitioners. In the last decade, with the introduction of new bioactive cements and sealers, the rationale and methods of accepted endodontic techniques and treatment modalities have been changing, especially for vital pulp therapy, root canal obturation, perforation repair or endodontic microsurgery.
This presentation will explore the clinical diagnosis, treatment options in vital pulp therapy, and preferred choice of new bioactive materials.


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, November 12, 2020

6:30PM – 8:30PM
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner)

Benefits of Ultra Clean Surface
Michael Klein, DDS

Participants: DVSC Members
Sponsored by: Keystone Dental 
2 CEU

Location:
Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462

Description:
An Advance proprietary Surface combination of blast and etch with multi cleaning steps to produce a “Ultra Clean” surface. We will discuss the benefits of an “Ultra Clean” surface and how it enhances early osseointegration for immediate temporization and loading. 


DVSC MEMBERS

Thursday, December 3, 2020

6:30pm – 8:30pm
(6:00pm Registration/Dinner) 

Integrating Guided Implant Treatment Planning Into Your Practice
Vince Lancenese

Participants: DVSC MEMBERS
Sponsored by: Nobel Biocare
2CEU

Location:
Maggiano’s Little Italy 
205 Mall Blvd.
King of Prussia, PA 19406


Description:
This course is designed to provide clinicians with the necessary information and knowledge to successfully integrate guided implant planning into their practices. Participants should be able to immediately take learned information and apply it to multidisciplinary treatment planning, for increased case acceptance, improved patient outcomes, and practice growth.

  • Understand the “why” about necessary steps needed and what’s in it for ME?
  • Differentiate between straight-forward cases and more complex ones (single, multi, full arch)
  • Learn the diagnostic advantages of CBCT in combination with the DTX studio implant software (Virtual planning software).
  • Necessary anatomy to consider when determining treatment plan
  • Learn how to integrate, “fuse”, models and prosthetic wax-ups with CBCT dicom data sets.

Sponsors

Pennsylvania State Board of Dentistry has designated the Delaware Valley Study Club as an approved program provider for continuing education.

 

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