Clinical & Concord Dental Seminars

For more information about seminars titled, "Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy and Management," contact Concord Dental Seminars, (800) 603-8032. The course is taught by S.N. Bhaskar, DDS, MS, PhD, and will be taught at the following dates and locations:

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For more information about seminars titled, "Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy and Management," contact Concord Dental Seminars, (800) 603-8032. The course is taught by S.N. Bhaskar, DDS, MS, PhD, and will be taught at the following dates and locations:

- Newark, N.J. (Nov. 15), Scranton, Pa. (Nov. 16).

- Dr. Bhaskar will also conduct Clinical Dentistry Update 1996 in Miami on Dec. 6 and Orlando Dec. 7.

Concord Dental Seminars also offers the following speakers:

- Stanley Malamed, DDS, Emer-gency Medicine in Dentistry, Nashua, N.H. (Nov. 15), Boston (Nov. 16), Chicago (Dec. 13); The Renaissance in Local Anesthesia, Chicago (Dec. 14), Anchorage, Alaska (June 21).

- Myer Leonard, DDS, MD, Oral Surgery & All the Medicine You Wanted to Know Without Going to Medical School, Dearborn, Mich. (Oct. 25), Grand Rapids, Mich. (Oct. 26), South Bend, Ind. (Nov. 8), Chicago (Nov. 9).

Tufts University

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For more information about the courses below, contact Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, One Kneeland St., Boston, MA 02111; (617) 636-6629. All courses below are taught at the university campus.

- A New Horizon: The Role of the Dental Auxiliary in Implant Dentistry, Nov. 16, taught by Dr. Mohammad Moini.

- Instrumentation for Periodontal Assessment and Nonsurgical Therapy for Dentists and Dental Hygienists, Nov. 16, taught by Dr. Esther Wilkins.

Lansing Community College

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For more information about the courses below, contact Debra Plitchta, RDH, 3400 Continuing Dental Profes-sional ED., 419 N. Capital Ave., Lansing, MI 48901; (517) 483-1432.

- HIV/AIDS Update: A Multidisci-plinary Approach, Oct. 25, Center for Higher Education, Muskegon Com-munity College in Muskegon. Seven CE hours available.

- Latex Allergy/Sensitivity, Nov. 8, Radisson Hotel in Lansing; 7.5 CE hours available.

Florida

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Student American Dental Hygiene Association: For more information, contact the SADHA chapter in the Dental Hygiene Program at Tallahassee Community College, 444 Appleyard Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304-2895; (904) 922-8142. The course below is hosted at the college.

- Drugs and dental practice, Oct. 19, taught by Richard L. Wynn, PhD.

Florida Student American Dental Hy-gienists` Association: For more information, contact Carly Barnette, (407) 855-0477.

- Review course for dental hygiene national board examination, Nov. 1-3, Buena Vista Suites, Orlando.

Maryland

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Maryland Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information about annual session, contact Educational Designs, (510) 735-3238.

- Speakers and product exhibition will be presented Oct. 25-27, Hilton Inn, Columbia. Up to 18 hours of continuing education credit available.

Michigan

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Michigan Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information, contact Pamela Thompson, executive director, (517) 484-1352.

- 21st Century Healthcare, Mega-trends and Human Issues, taught by Virginia Woodward, Oct. 18, Grand Rapids.

New Jersey

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Bergen County Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information, contact Maria Workman, 80 Prospect Ave., Westwood, NJ 07675; (201) 666-0312.

- Intraoral Imaging, Oct. 10, Bergen Pines.

- Patient Motivating Skills, Nov. 24.

- Disease Transmission: Reducing Your Occupational Risk, Nov. 24.

New Mexico

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New Mexico Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information, contact Page Ann Kaupfe, RDH, (505) 821-0322. All seminars listed below are hosted at the Pinnacle Four Seasons Hotel in Albuquerque, N.M.

- Pain Control: A Pharmacological Review, Oct. 11.

- Nutrition and Oral Health, Oct. 11.

- Form and Function at the CEJ, Oct. 11.

- Professional Dental Hygiene Services for Elderly Clients: Special Needs, Special Care, Special Challenges with Special Rewards, Oct. 12.

- Oral Health Care for the Geriatric Population, Oct. 12.

New York

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Dental Hygienists` Association of the State of New York: For more information, contact Winnie Furnari, RDH, 5 Blueberry Lane, Highland Mills, NY 10930; (914) 928-2033.

- Empire Conference, Oct. 18-20, The Desmond Hotel, Albany, N.Y.

North Carolina

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North Carolina Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information about fall scientific session, contact Educational Designs, (510) 735-3238.

- Product exhibition and speakers will be presented Oct. 11-13, Sheraton Inn, Raleigh. Up to 15 hours of continuing education credit available.

Texas

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Texas Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information, contact Edu-cational Designs, (510) 735-3238.

- Demystifying Patient Compliance: Reality-Based Strategies for Success, taught by Jackie Tomlinson, RDH, Nov. 2, Midland Hilton, Midland.

Utah

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Utah Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information, contact Sheri Eurick, RDH, 3772 S. Cardiff Circle, Bountiful, UT 84010; (801) 299-0610. All seminars below are hosted by Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.

- Local Anesthesia Update, Oct. 25, taught by Ann Stillwell.

- CPR Recertification, Oct. 25, taught by Dr. Robert Soderberg.

- Keys to Management of the Patient with Risk Factors for Periodontal Infections, Oct. 26, Esther M. Wilkins, RDH, DMD.

Virginia

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Virginia Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information, contact Suzan S. Peters, RDH, 1127 Clearfield Road SW, Roanoke, VA 24015.

- How to Reduce Cancellations and Failures at the Recall, Nov. 2, Williamsburg, Va.

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