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Oct 15 - 17, 2020 | Santa Rosa, California
16th Annual Coastal Dermatology Symposium is organized by Global Academy for Medical Education, LLC and will be held from Oct 15 - 17, 2020 at Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country, Santa Rosa, California, United States of America. The Coastal Dermatology Symposium, presented annually since 2005, is designed to provide high-quality continuing medical education featuring the latest updates in medical dermatology and the diagnosis and treatment of various dermatological conditions. The educational content is of interest to practicing dermatologists, dermatology residents, internists, family practitioners, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and other healthcare professionals who treat diseases of the skin. For the 16th Annual Coastal Dermatology Symposium, an internationally-known faculty and key thought leaders will present in-depth education and stimulate audience discussion on topics including Acne, Rosacea, Contact Dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis, Pediatric Dermatology, Skin Cancer, Psoriasis, Sunscreens, Eczema, and Dermoscopy. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Apr 24 - 25, 2021 | CE Credits 8 | USD $595 | Santa Rosa, California
Weekend in the Wine Country: Endo and Restorative Dentistry is organized by University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and will be held from Apr 24 - 25, 2021 at Vintners Resort, Santa Rosa, California, United States of America. Who Should Attend: This program is designed for all dentists and allied dental professionals. CE Credit: This activity is designated for 8 units of continuing education credit. Course Description: Join us for a rejuvenating weekend program at the refined Vintners Inn in Sonoma County. L. Stephen Buchanan, DDS; and Foroud Hakim, DDS will present lectures on Saturday and Sunday morning, leaving your afternoons free to enjoy the spa, local restaurants, and the multitude of wineries in Sonoma County. Presentations: Endodontics: Everything has Changed Except the Anatomy Everything in the field of endodontics-the concepts, the tools and the techniques, is changing at an accelerating rate so how do we discern which of these will improve our endodontic diagnoses and procedures and which will go by the wayside? The only thing that hasn't changed is the anatomy of our patient's roots and the complex root canal systems hidden within them because this is where the disease state lives. Fortunately, dental science marches on, bringing more profound changes in the last 5 years than the 20 before. This presentation will explore and demonstrate the best tools and practices from around the world, including dynamic guidance for calcified access, multi-sonic irrigation, heads-up microscopy, and how bio-ceramic filling materials used have greatly simplified our 3D obturation methods. You Will Learn: • How and when dynamic guidance can be used in endodontics to empower minimally-invasive access procedures and to control cutting accuracy to within 1/4 to 1/2 mm • How irrigation tools and techniques have advanced and how to use them • How heads-up microscopy can extend dentist's careers • How bio-ceramics can be used with simplified techniques to three dimensionally fill the most complex root canal systems in seconds Restorative Dentistry in Contemporary Practice: Overcoming Daily Challenges Faced by All Dentists One can argue that we are in the most rewarding era of restorative dental practice. The explosion in advanced material science, technologies, new deliveries and the digital era fulfill this promise, but also create a unique challenge for the contemporary practitioner. How does one keep up with this boom? What materials should we consider migrating towards? What technologies will truly improve efficiency and patient care? Some key topics in this presentation will include: • Contemporary adhesion principles • Eliminating sensitivity • Resin dentistry designed to last • Ceramic selection and delivery • Contemporary endodontic rehabilitation • Analogue and digital impression capture • Shade selection • Conservative/minimally invasive approach to rehabilitation • Efficiencies that go right to the bottom line You Will Learn: • Full proof and lasting adhesion • Case and tooth based composite selection including bulk fill scenarios • Discuss the materials and techniques for direct composite restorations. • Techniques to ensure predictable and accurate impression without remakes • Substrate, occlusion and esthetic demand based ceramic selection and delivery • Delivery tups and tricks for both direct and indirect applications