Synopsis: Direct composites are underappreciated in today’s world of implants and computer-assisted ceramics. Yet, composites can sometimes be less invasive and more natural. Esthetic treatments, including diastema closure, black triangle closure, Class II, III and IV composite restorations are just the start of what can be done with the Bioclear Technique. In this Introductory course, Clinicians will learn the benefits of injection molding utilizing the Bioclear matrix systems, the core principles and pillars of the Bioclear method including biofilm removal, matrix selection, heated composite, an infinity margin prep design and the rock start polish. Clinicians will also be able to participate in a hands-on learning exercise which will help demonstrate how these practices can be implemented into everyday clinical life.
Dr. Rafael Bustamante, DDS, graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2000 with a degree in Biochemistry and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Alberta in 2004. He adopted the use of the dental operating microscope in early 2005. He is certified in all levels, has completed the Master Track Accreditation and is on the Faculty at the Bioclear Learning Center. In a joint venture with CRD, he has supported the formation of the first Bioclear Study Club in Canada. He has participated in many virtual and live courses to clinicians from all over the continent introducing and teaching the Bioclear Method to them. He thrives on the quest for exactness in restorative dentistry and he feels most fulfilled when restoring teeth using the Bioclear Method or when performing either surgical or non-surgical endodontics. When he is not obsessing over tenths of a millimeter under the microscope, he is volunteering in the community, grilling anything over a roaring fire, reading a non-fiction book or enjoying a quiet evening with his wife and children.
Synopsis: Dr. Tom Roozendaal integrated in house CAD/CAM into his practice in 2006. This was used strictly for tooth borne prosthetics for several years. Due to his focus on implantology, he added a CBTC to his office in With recent advancements, the combination of these two pieces of technology, has allowed the dawn of complete chairside implant planning, placement and restoration. Dentists now have the power to prosthetically drive implant placement with digital scanning, surgical guide fabrication, temporary crowns or customized healing abutments and final restorations all in office, if desired and without the need for an external laboratory. This paradigm leads the way to comprehensive planning, increasing predictability in surgical placement, developing stable ideal emergence profiles, decreasing surgical appointments and increasing overall efficiencies. The results are enhanced esthetics, decreased chair time, better implant hygiene and satisfied patients.
An overview of digital scanning and available materials for milled restorations
Individual steps of the process of chairside implant treatment planning, surgery, healing and the final restoration
Clinical examples of each step from patients in his general dental practice
How the combination of a digital surface scan, when integrated with a CBCT image can lead to increased predictability, confidence and best results when placing and restoring implants
Address many of the complications with implant restorations start with less-than-ideal surgical placement. Attendees will see how this workflow can alleviate many of these challenges and lead to improved patient care
The Clinician: Dr. Tom Roozendaal is a General Dentist who practices on Vancouver Island in the Cowichan Valley. He graduated from UBC in 2001 and is an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He sat on the Research Submission Committee of the Academy of Osseointegration for 8 years and currently sits on the Clinical Innovations Committee of that same organization. Dr. Roozendaal is proud to be a General Dentist and is excited about the rapidly expanding realm of digital dentistry which can be integrated into any forward thinking practice. The complete digital workflow for implant planning, placement and restoration is a flagship procedure that Dr. Roozendaal is excited to present from the position of a surgical and restorative dentist.
Topic: “Clinical Applications of A Fully Integrated Digital Workflow”
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Speaker: Dr. Faraj Edher Location: Radisson President Hotel, 8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC Time: 6:00 p.m. (registration) 6:30 p.m. (dinner) 7:30 p.m. (lecture) Fee: Free (Members) $150 (Non-Members)
Outline: Advancements in technology and materials have changed the world of prosthodontics. Digital workflows allow for enhanced communication between clinicians, technicians, and patients – in addition to improved treatment outcomes. This presentation will give an overview of innovations and techniques that can be implemented to create a fully integrated digital workflow and achieve more predictable, efficient, and durable treatment outcomes.
Understanding how to utilize a digital workflow from treatment planning to final treatment outcomes
Overview on the applications of IOS, Virtual smile design, CBCT, and 3D Printing
Introducing innovative ways to combine steps in your workflows utilizing technology and modern materials
The Speaker: Dr.Faraj Edher, DDS, MSc, Dip Pros, FRCD(C), is a Specialist in Prosthodontics and the Founder of the BC Dental Study Club. He is the Director of the Digital Dentistry Institute, a global educational organization that conducts comprehensive training programs in digital dentistry and implant dentistry. He regularly gives presentations, seminars, and workshops, both locally and globally, focusing on digital dentistry, implant dentistry, treatment planning, and aesthetic rehabilitations. In addition to practicing full time in British Columbia – Canada, Dr. Edher is a Clinical Assistant Professor and guest lecturer at the University of British Columbia and has numerous publications in areas such as dental implants and digital dentistry.
Topic: “Management of Impacted Teeth” Speaker: Dr. Jason Choi & Dr. David Yang Location: Radisson President Hotel, 8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC Time: 6:00 p.m. (registration) 6:30 p.m. (dinner) 7:30 p.m. (lecture) Fee: Free (Members) $150 (Non-Members)
Sypnosis: Impacted teeth are common issues experienced by most dental patients. This lecture will discuss the diagnosis and management of impacted teeth. In addition the rational for extracting third molars will be discussed.
Dr. Jason Choi is a Certified Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery who provides the full scope of surgical treatment for the oral-facial complex. Dr. Choi completed his dental education at the University of Southern California and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training at Montefiore Medical Center in New York. Dr. David Yang is the Provincial Practice Leader of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for BC Cancer. He has a keen interest in jaw necrosis and implant reconstruction, topics on which he has presented locally and internationally.
Topic: “Laser Dentistry for Kids: Is pain free and needle free restoration really possible?” Speaker: Dr. Raylien Chao Location: Radisson Hotel Fee: Free (Limited to only CCDSBC Members)
Synopsis: A CO2 laser can perform hard and soft tissue procedure without local anesthetic – no needle! This adds some excitement to our existing tool box of chair-side behaviour management, nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and general anesthesia that are routinely used in pediatric dentistry. Besides prevention, one of the most important things in pediatric dentistry is to prepare our little ones with motivation to care for their oral health in the long run. Studies have shown that when the experience in childhood in dentistry is positive, people are more likely to carry forward good oral hygiene practice and routine dental care in adulthood. As a specialist, I have no problem doing dentistry the traditional way, but I am excited to share with you the science behind a CO2 laser and its application in pediatric dentistry that’s shaping a brand-new experience.
What is available for minimally invisible dentistry for children
The key differences when treating primary versus adult teeth
Basic science and application for a CO2 laser in hard tissue
Basic science and application for a CO2 laser in soft tissue
Topic: “Privacy Related Issues Arising For Dentists” Speaker: Ms. Suzanne M. Kennedy., LLB Location: Virtual (Zoom) Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fee: Free (Limited to CCDSBC Members only)
Outline: Suzanne Kennedy is a partner at Harris & Company who leads the firms Privacy Law group. Suzanne regularly advises clients on privacy compliance issues in the health and education sectors, providing support to dentists through the BC Dental Association. In this session, Suzanne will provide an overview of privacy related issues arising for dentists, including topical issues that have arisen in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. The topics covered will include:
An overview of the Personal Information Protection Act
Elements of privacy management program
Use of surveillance in a dental practice
Privacy breach management and reporting
COVID-19 and Vaccination Data collection
Suzanne has built a strong practice in access and privacy law. She advises both public and private sector employers on their responsibilities as they navigate the implications of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and other related legislation. Suzanne regularly provides one-on-one training to in-house privacy and access coordinators on responding to access requests, conducting internal investigations, and the use of internal system information. In addition to privacy law, Suzanne has extensive experience in education and health law. Suzanne has represented various healthcare and educational professionals and organizations, providing advice in a range of areas including employment, professional regulatory proceedings and compliance, court and administrative tribunal proceedings, procurement, and contract negotiations.
Topic: “Morse Taper Connections: A Surgical and Prosthetic Advantage in Everyday Implant Dentistry” Speaker: Dr. Joshua Shieh Location: Virtual (Zoom) Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fee: Free (Limited to CCDSBC Members only)
Objective: Discuss versatility, ease of use and clinical benefits in various clinical applications of teeth replacement with dental implants. We will have cases discussions covering:
Anterior immediate esthetic case
Premolar + GBR or soft tissue management case
Straight forward single molar / immediate molar
Full arch All on 4
Multiple implants + Soft Tissue + Sinus Lift
Dr. Joshua Shieh is a third generation clinician who’s family holds a tradition of dentistry since 1937. He graduated from South India’s acclaimed Dr. MGR Medical University in 2006 and was awarded the “Student Plaque Award for the Most Outstanding Student” by the International College of Dentists in Washington DC. He worked at various positions in management, clinical, and academics for 3 years at his alma mater and returned to complete his Master’s degree program in the subject of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in 2012. Dr. Shieh currently serves as a clinical instructor at the Oral Rehabilitation Centre, Grad Periodontics clinic at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto and volunteers as a committee member at the Ontario Dental Association. A fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI), member to the American Academy of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), commits his efforts with special interests in hard and soft tissue regeneration related to implant dentistry.
Topic: “Cementation Simplified” Speaker: Dr. Chuck Hudson Location: Virtual (Zoom) Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fee: Free (Limited to CCDSBC Members only)
Synopsis: Cements have evolved along with the indirect restorative materials used today, allowing simplified procedures and predictable clinical outcomes. This course explores common indirect substrates and their surface treatment protocols, and discusses conventional and resin cementation recommendations for each material. It is designed to simplify your cement selection and provide clinical tips for long term success
Identify common indirect restorative materials and discuss surface treatment protocols for each
Examine modern cement options for specific materials and clinical situations
Establish a simplified approach to your cementation decisions
Gather clinical tips for the cementation procedure to achieve predictable outcomes
Mr. Chuck Hudson, B. Eng, M. Eng., graduated from McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) in 1985, where he received a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, focusing on biomaterials. He joined 3M Canada in the research and development laboratory, working on the development of dental glass ionomers for 3M Dental. Currently, Chuck is Scientific Affairs Manager for 3M Oral Care in London, Ontario, Canada. He has over 30 years of experience in the North American dental industry. He has lectured throughout Canada, the US, and internationally on dental materials and techniques to enhance dental procedures.
Topic: “Prosthodontic Management of Implant Complications” Speaker: Dr. Alec Cheng
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Fee: Free (Limited to CCDSBC Members only)
Synopsis: Implants have become routine treatment in dentistry and is generally considered to be a safe procedure with a high success rate. However, like all other treatment modalities, complications do occur. This presentation will cover a wide variety of complications arising from implant treatment. The management of these complications from a prosthodontic perspective will be presented.
Dr. Alec Cheng, DDS (Toronto), MS (Iowa), Cert. Pros. (Iowa), FRCD(C), FCDS(BC),is in private prosthodontic practice in Vancouver and Surrey with a focus on implant and complex reconstructive dentistry. He is a highly sought after speaker and is actively involved in providing advanced education in prosthodontics to dental practitioners through study clubs. Besides dentistry, Dr. Cheng is serving actively in various non-profit organizations in the local community, striving to make a positive impact on those around him.
Topic: “Endodontic Diagnosis & Management of Longitudinal Fractures” Speaker: Dr. James Lin
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Fee: Free (Limited to CCDSBC Members only)
Synopsis: Having a correct diagnosis is of utmost importance in the practice of dentistry. One can argue that this is even more so the case in Endodontics as failure to properly diagnose will result in the delay of treatment, leading to inadequate resolution of pain and infection. During this pandemic, there are anecdotal reports that patients are experiencing more cracked or fractured teeth. Longitudinal fracture, a term that encompasses both cracked and fractured teeth, is a potentially vexing problem that is challenging to diagnose and manage. In this case-based lecture, Dr. Lin will review the current endodontic diagnostic terminology and discuss the assessment and management of longitudinal fractures.
After the lecture, the participants should:
Know the current endodontic diagnostic terminology describing the pulpal and periapical status
Be able to differentiate clinical and radiographic findings that mimic, but are not related to, endodontic pathoses
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Understand the classification describing the various types of longitudinal fractures
Gain insight in the assessment, management and determination of prognosis associated with different types of longitudinal fractures
Dr. James Lin, D.D.S., M.Sc., Diploma in Endodontics, F.R.C.D. (C)., is a certified specialist in Endodontics. He started university education at the University of Toronto and was accepted to both of its medical and dental schools. Dr. Lin elected to pursue dental training and received numerous academic awards, including being top of his class and graduating with honours in the Doctor of Dental Surgery program. After graduation, he practiced general dentistry for 12 years before embarking on his specialty training at the University of British Columbia (UBC) where he
received a Diploma in Endodontics and M.Sc. in Craniofacial Science. He is a clinical associate professor and served as the Director of Endodontics for the Doctor of Dental Medicine program at
UBC for 6 years. His endodontic research and academic work had been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and he co-authored two textbook chapters. Dr. Lin maintains a private practice in Vancouver specializing in Endodontics.