Spring 2019 Central Coast Dentistry Conference

  • Price : $100
  • Max Availability : 50
  • Difficulty : Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
  • Location : Paso Robles

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Join us on Friday, February 8 from 9:00am to 5:00pm in Paso Robles, CA at the historic Paso Robles Inn for the Spring 2019 Central Coast Dentistry Conference.

Each attendee will earn 5.5 CE credits, will receive a $100 Certificate to use towards any PREAT purchase, and will receive breakfast, lunch, and appetizers during a hosted Happy Hour.

Schedule of the Day:

  • 9:00-9:30am Welcome, Registration, and Breakfast (Provided)
  • 9:30-11:00am Removable Partial Dentures and Attachment Alternatives (1.5 Credits) by Chris Bormes, MICOI
  • 11:00-11:15am Morning Break
  • 11:15 -12:45pm Servicing Overdentures: Restore Retention, Reline Review, and More (1.5 Credits) by Ruben Arebalo, VP & Senior Technician
  • 12:45-1:30pm Lunch (Provided)
  • 1:30-3:00pm Tips and Protocols to Restore the Terminal Dentition (1.5 Credits) by Dr. Jeremy Lansford, DMD, MAGD & William “Butch” Houghton
  • 3:00-3:15pm Afternoon Break
  • 3:15-4:15pm Treating Orofacial Pain in Your Practice (1 Credit) by Dr. Daniel Lapidus, DDS
  • 4:15pm – 5:00pm Hors d’oeuvres & Happy Hour (Provided)

Course Descriptions:

Removable Partial Dentures and Attachment Alternatives
Presented by Chris Bormes, MICOI
(1.5 Credits)

Didactic review of theory of case design of removable partial dentures. The most common attachment connectors will be covered, as well as indications and contraindications for various attachment systems. Technical tips, troubleshooting, and common questions will be covered.

OBJECTIVES

  • Learn different options for treating partially edentulous patients
  • Rationale in choosing the proper precision attachment for each case based on specific patient parameters and limitations
  • High-level technical tricks and tips to using each different attachment system discussed.

Servicing Overdentures: Restore Retention, Reline Review, and More
Presented by Ruben Arebalo, VP & Senior Technician
(1.5 Credits)

Join in a review of the many problems clinicians and their patients experience with overdentures. Discuss why these problems happen and the alternative solutions available. Learn different techniques for chairside attachment pick up and relines. Discover how to prevent overdentures from being “locked in” and how to resolve an overdenture if it occurs.

OBJECTIVES

  • Troubleshooting techniques for complaints about lack of retention
  • Determine when relines are necessary and the steps necessary
  • Prevent overdentures from “locking in”
  • Determine which attachment best fits the patient’s specific needs

Tips and Protocols to Restore the Terminal Dentition
Presented by Dr. Jeremy Lansford, DMD, MAGD & William “Butch” Houghton
(1.5 Credits)

The speakers will discuss Lips, Tooth, Ridge (LTR) classification as well as describe tips and protocols for the appropriate restoration for each LTR classification. Helpful clinical tips will be presented with clinical cases.

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the different LTR classifications and how to identify them
  • Understand the appropriate restorative options for each LTR classification
  • Understanding the value of Gothic arch tracings in restoring large implant supported prostheses
  • Discuss tips and lessons learned from clinical cases of the presenters in restoring the terminal dentition

Treating Orofacial Pain in Your Practice
Presented by Dr. Daniel Lapidus, DDS
(1 Credit)

A brief review of TMJ symptoms, reviewing the demographics, anatomy, common diagnoses, their identification and treatment. There will be a focus on temporomandibular joint dysfunctions and issues affecting the muscles of mastication.

OBJECTIVES

  • Better identify TMJ conditions, myofascial pain, red flag conditions, and the best treatment protocols for each including: physical medicine options, splint therapy, and more invasive treatment options
  • Increase the ability to diagnose and treat common orofacial pain conditions in your practice

Instructors:

William “Butch” Houghton
William “Butch” Houghton started his dental career at a dental lab in 1972. In July of 1977 Butch opened his own lab, Atascadero Dental Lab, in Atascadero, CA with his wife, Kathryn. From 1976 to 1989, Butch completed Swissedent training, EPF training at Dentsply, attended partial design courses with Dr.  Jim Kratochvil (University of California [...]

William “Butch” Houghton

Dr. Jeremy Lansford, DMD, MAGD
Dr. Jeremy Lansford was born and raised in Porterville, CA graduating from Porterville High School in 1994. He then attended Cuesta College and California State University, Sacramento on his way to earning degrees in Biology and Chemistry graduating Cum Laude and being elected to the Blue Key National Honor Society.  Dr. Lansford then continued to [...]

Dr. Jeremy Lansford, DMD, MAGD

Dr. Daniel Lapidus
Dr. Daniel Lapidus was raised in Los Angeles, California. After graduating from the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2006, he completed an advanced education in general dentistry at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, and was the chief of clinical dentistry at Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma. After [...]

Dr. Daniel Lapidus

Ruben Arebalo, VP & Senior Technician
Ruben Arebalo has 14 years of dental laboratory experience with 10 years of digital design and edentulous, full-arch case planning skills. A graduate from the University of La Verne, Ruben is frequently sought out for technical advice and recognized as an expert in attachments and implantology. Ruben joined PREAT Corporation in 2008, was named Sr. [...]

Ruben Arebalo, VP & Senior Technician

Chris Bormes, MICOI
Chris Bormes graduated from Gonzaga University prior to attending the Dental Laboratory Technology program at City College of San Francisco.  Chris has earned both ICOI Fellowship and Mastership in Dental Technology; graduated from both Ticonium’s and Bego’s Partial Denture Programs; is a candidate for CDT in Complete Dentures; wrote the PREAT Corporation Technical Manual, and [...]

Chris Bormes, MICOI