What is a “Lunch and Learn Session”?
This part of the program is designed to offer wide-ranging, highly informative and clinically useful topics in an informal, small-group setting. To achieve this goal each facilitator will lead a small group discussion of about 60 minutes on a topic that is current, based on best evidence and will be of high value to the participants.
The ‘Lunch and Learn’ session will be held on Friday, August 17, 2018 from 1300 to 1415. It takes the form of an informal presentation and guided discussion around a table over lunch with 9 other dentists. It is a wonderful opportunity for registrants to engage with the facilitators and to share extensive knowledge in a more ‘intimate’ manner.
$35 per person
Facilitators and Selected Topics:
|Abbott, Paul||Differentiating the Different Types of Resorption|
|Andersson, Lars||Treatment Options When Tooth Ankylosis is Diagnosed After Trauma|
|Andreasen, Jens||Which is the Critical Cell Population in Relation to Healing After Trauma?|
|Bakland, Leif||Age-specific Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries|
|Bourguignon, Cecilia||Root Submergence and the Endodontist’s Role in the Preservation of Alveolar Bone in Children and Teenagers|
|Cohenca, Nestor||3D Imaging for Dental Trauma Patients|
|Day, Peter||What Should I Say to my Orthodontist? Orthodontic Implications of Traumatized Teeth|
|DiAngelis, Anthony||Confucius’ Thoughts on Documenting Traumatic Dental Injuries|
|Flores, Marie Therese||Searching for the Gold Standard for Managing Primary and Permanent Tooth Avulsions|
|Fouad, Ashraf||Contemporary Guidelines for Regenerative Endodontics|
|Goodacre, Charles||Should a Tooth be Retained by Root Canal Treatment or Extracted and an Implant Placed|
|Gutmann, James||Use of MTA in the Management and Retention of Traumatized Teeth|
|Hargreaves, Kenneth||Managing the Pain of Trauma|
|Harlamb, Stephen||Are all Mouthguards Equal?|
|Heithersay, Geoffrey||What is the Significance of Tooth Color Changes Following Dental Trauma|
|Hicks, Lamar||Repositioning, Replantation and Reduction (3Rs): Keys to Best Outcomes for True DT Emergencies|
|Holan, Gideon||Complications and Follow-up After TDI in Primary Incisors|
|Kahler, Bill||Efficacy of Treatment Approaches for Immature Permanent Teeth with Pulp Necrosis|
|Levin, Linda||When the First Guy gets it Wrong|
|Levin, Liran||Dental Trauma and Dental Implants: Long-Term Plan|
|Moule, Alex||Managing Trauma Induced Calcifications|
|Myers, Garry||Horizontal Root Fractures – Management Pearls|
|O’Connell, Anne||Toddlers, Tears and Trauma: Managing Trauma in the Primary Dentition and Managing Child and Parent Expectations|
|Sigurdssson, Asgeir||Contributing to the Team Managing Dental Trauma Injuries|
|Tsukiboshi, Mitshuhiro||Managing Exposed Pulp and Re-Bonding the Fragment Esthetically in Crown Fracture|
*Seats are limited to 10 per table. Please select the Lunch and Learn during the registration process if interested.