2016 Annual Meeting, June 3 & 4, 2016

“HOT TOPICS IN AESTHETIC AND RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY” with Dr. David Hornbrook

(16 hours CE/AGD Fixed Lecture Credit)

Dr. David HornbrookDavid Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live—patient, hands—on clinical education, as the founder and past director of LVI, Pac—live and the Hornbrook Group. He has been a guest faculty member of the post—graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Hornbrook lectures internationally on all facets of aesthetic and restorative dentistry and has published articles in all of the leading dental journals. A prolific researcher and materials enthusiast, he consults with numerous manufacturers on product development and refinement. Dr. Hornbrook’s warm and engaging style earns him the highest possible marks from participants and meeting sponsors.osure, and porcelain repair. Creating perfect ovate pontic sites following extraction. Simplified implant techniques with immediate extraction, placement, and provisionalization. Treating the worn dentition. The techniques learned can be incorporated into your practice immediately.

Optimizing success through materials choice, proper diagnosis and planning!

For the past decade, the search for invisible, beautiful dentistry has been the goal of both the clinician and the manufacturers. Coupled with the public’s quest for ideal aesthetics and a youthful, white smile, as the journey continues, it has also become more difficult. More difficult because our patients are more demanding for perfection today than ever before and more confusing because of the vast array of new materials and options available to provide this care.

The astute clinician, if he or she desires not only to provide beautiful aesthetics, but also for these aesthetics to continue to function long term, must be willing to take the steps necessary to truly understand the advantages, disadvantages, indications, and contraindications of these new materials. Without this knowledge, the quality of care delivered will be compromised.

Join Dr. David Hornbrook for this 2 day lecture as he explores our options for aesthetic, metal-free dentistry for our patients in applications including smile design, posterior restorative, bridge applications, and full mouth rehabilitation. Discussion will include updates of dentinal adhesion, ideal cementation of the new materials using the new resin cements, and addressing the role function plays in our decision making. This truly is the “Platinum Age” of dentistry and the potential for what we can offer to our patients, both aesthetically and functionally, is more exciting and rewarding than ever before.

Learning objectives and subjects covered will include:

  • Understanding the advantages of the new ceramics ideal for smile designs
  • The use of lasers to enhance the Aesthetic
  • Learning how to predictably choose the correct cements for different materials that enhance
  • Aesthetics and long term success
  • Understanding how we can truly be metal-free, even with posterior bridges
  • And much, much more…

Hands-on Training Sunday, June 5, 2016

(8 hrs. CE/AGD Fixed Participation Credit)

MORNING HANDS-ON SESSION

“Ensuring preparation success using the Smile designed Mock-up”

PACElogo2Smile Design and transfer of mock-up to the mouth using Luxatemp, and then prep into the Mock-up

Learning Objectives:

After This Course, you will be able to:

  • Provide a reliable and predictable technique to help patients make their own informed decisions about a potential result meeting their expectations.
  • Define the shape and scope of the restorative phase prior to providing treatment.
  • Utilization of a prep guide matrix to correctly prepare the teeth to achieve the desired smile design.
  • Provide a communicative tool between patient, operator and ceramist.

AFTERNOON HANDS ON SESSION

VENEER CEMENTATION WORKSHOP — Optimizing Predictability and Efficiency

Take the stress out of veneer cementation!
This hands-on workshop provides attendees the knowledge and expertise to predictably and efficiently cement anterior veneers. The clinician reviews provisionalization, adhesive bonding, finishing and polishing.
Learn a step-by-step, unique cementation process utilizing the “Tack and Wave” technique.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to predictably and confidently bond in all-ceramic veneers.
  • The rationale for the use of different adhesive agents and types of resin cements.
  • To implement the shade determination process.

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The 2016 NAGD Annual Meeting will be a 2 day meeting with exhibits on Friday only. There will also be 1-day hands on course held on Sunday, June 5, 2016.
June 3 & 4, 2016 (2-day lecture)
Lecture will be held at the Cornhusker Marriott
333 S. 13th Street, 402.474.7474
FRIDAY LECTURE SCHEDULE

(held at The Cornhusker Marriott)

7:15 am Registration/Breakfast
7:45 am Lecture Begins
11:45-1:15 pm

Extended Lunch Hour (A chance to visit the exhibitors)

1:15 pm Lecture Resumes
4 pm Exhibits Close
5:15 pm Lecture Adjourns
SATURDAY LECTURE SCHEDULE

7:15 am Registration/Breakfast
8 am – 5 pm Lecture
SUNDAY HANDS ON SCHEDULE
(held at UNMC College of Dentistry)

7:15 am Breakfast
8 am – 5 pm Hands-on Course

When / Where:

Lecture: Friday, June 3, 2016  |   7:45am-5:15pm.
Saturday, June 4, 2016 | 8:00 am-5:00 pm
The Cornhusker Marriott Hotel 333 S. 13th Street • Lincoln, NE
(8 hours CE/AGD Operative Lecture Credit).

Hands-on Course: 

(16 hrs. CE/AGD Operative Participation Credit)

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PLEASE NOTE: A $45 late fee will be charged if your registration is not received 20 calendar days prior to the meeting.

Course Fees

AGD Dentists: Fri. & Sat. Lecture. $1000 (Register by 2-29-16 and receive a $100 member only discount)
Non-AGD Dentists: Fri. & Sat. Lecture. $1750
AGD Dentists: Entire 3 day Event. $1950 (Register by 2-29-16 and receive a $300 member only discount) (Includes materials, meals and handouts. Lodging not included)
Non-AGD Dentist: Entire 3 day Event $2700 (Includes materials, meals and handouts. Lodging not included)
Staff Member/Assistants/Hygienists (Fri. & Sat. only). $200
Dental Students $70 (Fri. & Sat. only).
Lab Techs $325 (Fri. & Sat. only)

Important Notes:

  • Due to the popularity of the lecture and hands on course, we encourage you to register early and take advantage of the HUGE member discounts if you register by February 29th! Space will be limited to 35 doctors for the hands on course on Sunday. Register by May 10th to avoid a $45 late fee!
  • A block of sleeping rooms have been reserved at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel for $103 until May 13, 2016. Ask for the “Nebraska AGD” rate. To make reservations, call 1-866-706-7706.

The AGD-Nebraska is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry. The current term of approval extends from 1/1/2014 to 12/31/2017. Provider ID# 219313