since 1926

 

dentures

 

 

ROE Dental Laboratory Conference Center
7165 E. Pleasant Valley Rd, Independence, Ohio 44131

Descriptions of courses below - CEU Accreditation: CERP or Ohio State Dental Board

Registration Payment Form Click Here / Accommodation and Dining scroll to the bottom of the page

 

May 3, - 2 CEU Dr $35, 1 Team $0

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Fortune Mgmt: Understanding CEO Mentality & Breakthrough Results

6:00 - 8:30 PM

trios training

May 4, 2.5 CERP CEU $0 ADA/CERP

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The Latest in patient specific overdenture solutions Dentsply/Astra Sponsor

6:00 - 9:30

Dr. Alan Scott Douglas

 

July 21 & 22, 14 PACE CEU $995*

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Business of Dentistry Course The New Pt Exam & Consultation

8:00 - 4:30 x 2

Dr. Alan Scott Douglas

August 2, 2 CEU Doctor & Staff $0

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Digital Dentistry

Details Coming Soon

 

6:00 - 8:00

Dr. Stephen Poss

Aug 18-19, 14 CEU $800, staff 299

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Treatment Planning & Restoring the Edentulous PatientFocus on Parts !

5:30 - 8:00

John Heimke DMD DSD EVENT

Aug 18-19, 14 CEU $800, staff 299

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OAGD DSD Course Digital Smile Design Official DSD Training Course

8:00 - 4:30 x 2

John Heimke DMD DSD EVENT

Oct 13, 7 CEU CERP
$199
, 1 Free staff

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The General Practice Course - Restorative Updated CLINICIANS CHOICE

8:00-4:30 PM

 

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Course Details:

Trios Training

UNDERSTANDING THE CEO MENTALITY & BREAKTHROUGH RESULTS

May 3 - 6:00-6:30 Registration, -8:30 Lecture PM, 2.5 CERP CEU, $35/dr, $0/1 Team member register

Payment: Tiffany Boehme at 412-848-1573

During this information-packed workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Understand the C.E.O. mentality that wasn’t taught in dental school
  • Create vision and accountability in your practice
  • Learn how to measure, track, and interpret key performance indicators
  • in the practice
  • Learn what patients want and how to massively fulfill the need quickly
  • and elegantly
  • Fall in love with the business of dentistry today and commit to being a
  • fearless leader for your organizationKim McGuire Fortune Management

MEET YOUR SPEAKER

For over 15 years, Kim McGuire has been a practice management Executive Coach with Fortune Management, working with general and specialty dental practices. She coaches clients on teamwork, leadership and communication. Kim's passion for dental team growth and success comes through in her energetic presentations.

Curtis Crandall Fortune ManagementMEET YOUR HOST

Breaking into the dental industry in 2004 Curtis Crandall quickly saw a need to provide dentists with higher level business and management training. Curtis purchased his first dental practice in September of 2010 and was able to offer his expertise and knowledge in the areas of practice development and team growth. In the course of only three years, Curtis has tripled the practices revenue and formed a merger with another practice branding two separate offices in the Pittsburgh area.

 

Payment: Tiffany Boehme at 412-848-1573 or
fax to 412-202-0435 or
email fmpgh@fortunemgmt.com

 

Trios Training

 

THE LATEST IN PATIENT-SPECIFIC OVERDENTURE SOLUTIONS

May 4 - 6:00-6:30 Registration, -9:00 Lecture PM, 2.5 ADA / CERP CEU $0 register

Advancements in technologies are moving at a rapid pace and many clinicians are questioning the role that emerging technologies are playing in their practices. The goal of this program is to give clinicians the latest information and the tools necessary to succeed in integrating innovative technologies into their practices. You will learn the latest about state-of-the-art patient-specific overdenture solutions and how they are gaining popularity. The concept uses rigid telescopic principles to give your patients a pure implant-borne, palate free, removable result that is easy to clean. Integrating precision technology with today’s patient’s needs provides them the functionality and esthetics they demand and makes removable dentistry enjoyable again!
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to understand:

- Proper implant diagnostics: a collaborative approach

- The different attachment system options 

- Step-by-step instructions for the clinical team

- Overdenture fabrication and esthetics

Evolution and Advancements: From implant design to the latest in overdenture therapy

Innovation and technology are moving at a rapid pace with many developments impacting the role of implant therapy within the dental practice.

Today, the success of implant treatment is defined by both function and esthetics, whereby the design of the implant system plays a critical role for achieving predictable restoration of teeth, even for patients with poor bone quality. This program will discuss the role of implant design, biomechanics, and abutment options for achieving optimal results. The benefits of a design philosophy based on the natural dentition utilizing a site-specific, crown-down approach and further supported by an intuitive surgical protocol and a simple prosthetic workflow will be reviewed. 

The successful integration of new technologies within the practice will also be presented and include the latest in patient-specific overdenture solutions.  In particular, restorative treatment concepts based on telescopic principles are gaining in popularity due to their stability and ease of hygiene maintenance by the patient. We will discuss how offering this type of treatment can contribute to practice growth and patient satisfaction.
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:

- Recognize the role of implant biology, biomechanics and surface technology and how it relates to longevity in successful implant therapy.

- Understand how advancements in technology are allowing for simpler and more predictable incorporation of implant therapy into the practice.

- Understand the benefits of implant-supported, patient-specific restorative options for fully edentulous situations.

BIO: Dr. Alan Scott Douglas is a 1989 graduate of The University of Texas Dental School at San Antonio. Following graduation, Dr. Douglas completed a one-year residency in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at The University of Texas Dental School at San Antonio. Dr. Douglas then completed a General Practice Residency at The Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital. He is currently the program director for the AEGD residency program at the VA hospital, a position he has held for the past 20 years. Dr. Douglas has participated in numerous implant and dental materials studies, including a focus implant research project, an overdenture implant research study, a ceramic abutment study, a study on the 3.0mm implant and a study on a fixed but removable telescopic prosthesis. He has published numerous abstracts on his dental materials research.

ZUGA Dr. Krajekian

 

THE SECRETS OF DENTAL EXTRACTION AND SOCKET PRESERVATION

May 4 - 9:00-1:00 PM, Registration - 8:30, 4 CERP CEU $399 register

Payment contact Chris Moore, Zuga Medical (216) 315-6000

Course topics:

*Live patient demonstration
• Extraction fundamentals and medical management
• Advanced extraction techniques
• Bone grafting selection and placement
• Suturing techniques
• Managing complications
• Hands-on portion practicing extraction, socket grafting and suturing techniques

about Joseph Krajekian, DMD, MD, FAAOMS, DABOMS

Dr. Krajekian is a board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. He attended dental school at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, medical school at Drexel College of Medicine and completed his 6 year surgical training at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Dr. Krajekian was on staff at the Cleveland Clinic for over 8 years in addition to being Associate Clinical Professor at Case Western School of Dental Medicine for over 6 years. Being well versed in all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dr. Krajekian emphasizes utilizing the most advanced surgical techniques and technologies, including in-office 3D printing. He is at the forefront of utilizing virtual surgical planning in his reconstructive, orthognathic and dental implant surgeries. Dr. Krajekian is actively involved in teaching and lecturing locally, nationally and internationally and has numerous publications in various aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a contributor to the Cleveland Clinic Head and Neck Institute publication and currently serves as editor for numerous national and international journals.

AIM Advanced Implant Mentoring

BUSINESS OF DENTISTRY - THE NEW PATIENT EXAM AND CONSULTATION PROCESS

July 21-22, 2017, 14 CEU $995 by May 1st, $1495 after, Team Member $395 register

This 2-day course presents to Doctor and their entire TEAM a framework for the development/refinement of their own practice business model.

Course Objective

For the office that fully participates, they will leave the course with a better understanding of their business model, a framework for marketing to appropriate patients, and an overview of a New Patient Process for their practice.

- Attract, enroll, and retain patients that WANT the care that you and your TEAM can provide.

- Increase case acceptance on patients that have a higher new patient value.

- Participate in breakout sessions for plan development.

Visit our website www.advancedimplantmentoring.com
Contact Linda or Maggie for more information.
linda@advancedimplantmentoring.com

Mode of Instruction

Participate in breakout sessions for plan development. This program will be given in lecture and workshop format. Doctor Fee $995 if registered before May 1, 2017; $1495 after May 1, 2017
$395 each TEAM member/additional staff fee

Fees include continental breakfast, light lunch, refreshments, and dinner the first evening.

Bio: Mark Iacobelli DDS, FAGD, FICD, MIIF

Dr. Iacobelli graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry in 1982. Since then he has acquired and maintained his Fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry by completing numerous hours of continuing education. This continuing education has been highlighted by completing multi-year post-graduate programs in orthodontics (braces), neuromuscular and TMD treatments for jaw and head pain, esthetic and cosmetic dentistry, implant placement and restoration, and a one-year program for conscious sedation (intravenous anxiety control) which includes Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

AIM Advanced Implant Mentoring

TREATMENT PLANNING AND RESTORING THE EDENTULOUS PATIENT - BEST PARTS FOR BEST RESULT

Aug 23, 2 CEU $0 register

Course Objective

A didactic overview of the theory and criteria necessary for the dental team to decide when and how to restore the edentulous arch with a fixed detachable, overdenture bar, or overdenture stud prostheses.  The attendee will learn what information is necessary for treatment planning, how to communicate this with dental partners, why to choose patient specific certain treatment modalities and which attachment systems are best for each clinical indication.

Treatment options covered will be Precision Angled Screw Channels, Overdenture Bars, such as Hader, Plunger Loc, Sagix, and Locator as well as Overdenture Studs, such as RT-x, Clix, Locator, O-Rings, and Magnets.  Also discussed in detail will be the new revolutionary FT-x fixed option that does not utilize screws or cement.  The attendee will learn which restorative option is best for the patient as well as technical information, troubleshooting, and pitfalls to avoid.

How, where, when, and why different treatment options are chosen for the edentulous patient.  Treatment options covered will be Fixed Detachable--with both Titanium and Ceramic Suprastructures, Fixed Detachable with Precision Angled Screw Channels, Fixed Removable, and the new revolutionary FT-x fixed option that does not utilize screws or cement.  The attendee will learn which restorative option is best for the patient as well as technical information, troubleshooting, and pitfalls to avoid.

Bio: Mr. Chris Bormes

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; is a candidate for CDT in Complete Dentures; designed multiple attachments and restorative components; and wrote the PREAT Corporation Technical Manual.  Chris has lectured both nationally and internationally and is recognized as an expert in attachments and implantology.  Chris joined PREAT Corporation in 1997 and was named President in 2010.

 

DSD Digital Smile Design

DSD Official Training Course - by DSD Master Dr. John Heimki / OAGD Members & Open for Attendance

Aug 18-19, 14 CEU $800, Friday 8:00-4:00 - Saturday 8-4:00, staff 299, 14 CEUs register

The DSD Concept course 2D is the portal to Digital Dentistry and Digital Workflow. Utilizing Facial Aesthetics as a starting point and ending with a functional, aesthetic and emotionally fulfilling Smile designed with Natural Algorithms via Keynote and translated via a DSD Planning Center into a 3D form.

In this 2-day Comprehensive DSD course, Topics will Cover: DSD Protocol, Hands-on 2D DSD Projects via Keynote, Improved Diagnosis and Treatment Planning skills. DSD protocol is special in that it fosters True “Team Synergy” between the Restorative Dentist, Laboratory and Specialist. This results in more predictable treatment outcomes from simple Smile Cases to Full Mouth Rehabilitations involving natural teeth to dental implants. Finally, by learning DSD’s unique connection to the Emotional component of Dentistry, you will gain skills on how to Consult, Present, and Gain High Levels of Case Acceptance.

Day 1 - DSD Concept 8am-4pm

- Comprehensive overview of DSD Concept and Digital Dentistry Workflow. Then we dial it back and go step by step through each phase of DSD:

- DSD Photo and Video Protocol live patient

- Design, Plan, Sell/Motivate,Clinical performance

- Intro to Digital Dentistry; Scanning, DSD Planning Center-Nemo, Cad/Cam 

Day2 - Hands-On Skills Training 8-4pm

- Step by Step DSD 2D protocol via Keynote.

- Day 2 ends with the live patient from day 1 getting their motivational mock up and finally how to implement DSD in your practice.

- Note: Participants will need to bring a Macbook with Keynote installed, as this is a Mac Only Program.

 

CV John Heimke DMD General Dentistry is an accomplished Cosmetic - Implant Dentist with over 27 years of experience. Dr. Heimke is known for his exceptional talents and unique Skill sets in creating, amazing - Natural  Smiles. He focuses on FAD, Facial Aesthetic Designing and DSD, Digital Smile Design, Digital Dentistry. He is an expert in "The Aging Smile”, Smile Makeovers, Full Mouth Reconstruction, and treating Occlusal Disease, via Porcelain Veneers, Crowns, Bridges, Dental Implants, The Prettau Screw Retained Full Arch Implant Bridge, and Dentures.Dr. John Heimke is a 1989 graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, earning his degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). He also earned a graduate degree, Masters in Public Health (MPH) from Emory University. His Residency: Advanced Education Program in General Dentistry was completed at Ft. Benning, Ga., while serving in the U.S. Army Medical Department as a Captain. Dr. Heimke is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, and Fellow of The Pierre Fauchard Academy. Dr Heimke is a DentalXp Expert and presenter. He is a DSD Certified Instructor, DSD Master and  DSD Team member, Digital Smile Design. Dr. Heimke has been hi-lighted in numerous media, to include, TV, Radio, and Print. He is a visionary, teacher, lecturer, and humanitarian. 

DSD Master John Heimke

DSD Master John Heimke

 

 

Dr. Stace Lind Course ROE Dental Lab

THE GENERAL PRACTICE RESTORATIVE UPDATE 2016

Oct 13, 7 CEU $199, 1 Free staff CERP register

COURSE OUTLINE:
In every clinical setting there are bumps in the road, some large and some small, or ‘slowdowns’ which alter our time efficiency, decrease profitability, and can alter each patients ‘value’ in our delivery of care. From the simple procedure of the crown seat to a quality recording of a preparation, and from the decision of when to endodontically treat a tooth to the recommendation for an implant. When to bond and when to prep for a crown? How to bond teeth stronger and simplify our day to day restorative care and have our work look natural
and undistinguishable from those around it. These are all clinical challenges we face every day.

Making better choices and providing better dental care while decreasing the clinical challenges, will make each day better than what was happening prior to such knowledge. Making choices based upon ‘evidence based’ studies and clinically proven materials, methods, and techniques make all the difference in reducing the speed bumps and smooths out the highway for efficient clinical practice. Prepare for a wonderful lecture that will carry right into your clinic the next day you work.

THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED:

• Understanding the importance in creating value in the dentistry each office provides. Increasing
case acceptance and moving the treatment plans from the charts or computer into the chair

• Know the benefits of implants, bone preservation, and tissue options for each dentist
in their practice. The benefits of preserving tooth structure and minimizing our levels of
invasiveness

• Adhesion principles of the preparation, the bond, the placement, the cure, and finally the
finish. Improving anterior composites with improved composite choices and posterior composites which look great and better yet last

• Principles of chemistry and material science which will make each and every crown
appointment less timely and more efficient. Each crown seat will be much easier in your practice and principles of occlusion which will benefit each office and each patient

• Techniques, methods, materials, and principles
which will address many of the clinical challenges we face every week in our offices

BIO

Dr. Stace Lind has been in private practice for 21 years in Centennial, Colorado. Stace is a perpetual student since his graduation with his D.M.D. degree from the University of Louisville, Kentucky. He has since accomplished a diplomate status in Implantology, a certificate in Perio/Tissue Grafting, completed an advanced cosmetic dentistry program at LSU, and a three year Prosthodontic program at the University of Oregon. Dr. Lind was an instructor at the University of Colorado College at Denver in Dental Materials and Taught Oral Pathology for Dental Hygiene students for four years. He was an instructor at the Rocky Mountain Dental Institute and on the faculty at the University of Jamaica. Doctor Lind is a Master in the Academy of General Dentistry and along with numerous Fellowships in Honorary dental societies he also is on the Board of the AGD and runs the Master Track program for Colorado.

 

 

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Accommodations, Dining and Airports


Accomodations: (address and distance from laboratory)

#1 Embassy Suites 5800 Rockside Woods Blvd N. Independence - 8 Miles (216) 986-9900

#2 Courtyard 5051 W Creek Rd, Independence - 8 Miles (216) 901-9988

#3 Holiday Inn 6001 Rockside Rd, Independence - 8 Miles (216) 524-8050

#4 The Ritz-Carlton 1515 W 3rd St, Cleveland - 19 Miles (216) 696-5600

#5 Sheraton Cleveland Airport Hotel 5300 Riverside Dr - 14 Miles (216) 267-1500

(#1 - 3 are near the laboratory, #4 is downtown Cleveland, #5 near is near the Cleveland Airport)

Dining is ranked from : (fine to casual)

#1 Delmonico's Steakhouse 6001 Quarry Ln (216) 573-1991

#2 Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse 6901 # (Plaza behind Wendy's), 131 Rockside Rd (216) 520-0433

#3 Bonefish Grill 6150 Rockside Pl (216) 520-2606

#4 Winking Lizard Tavern 6111 Quarry Ln (216) 524-2226

Airports

#1 Cleveland hopkins CLE - 14 Miles

#2 Akron / Canton Airport - 42 Miles