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:

- St. Louis (Aug. 9), Overland Park, Kan. (Aug. 10), Birmingham, Ala. (Aug. 23), Jackson, Miss. (Aug. 24).

- Manchester, N.H. (Sept. 20), Boston (Sept. 21).

Northwestern Dental School

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For more information about the courses listed below, contact Northwestern Dental School, Continuing Dental Education, 240 E. Huron #0365, Chi-cago, IL 60611; (312) 503-5484. All seminars are hosted at the university.

- Teamwork that pays: Marketing your practice through effective pain and anxiety management, Sept. 21-26, taught by Drs. Philip Weinstein and Peter Milgrom.

- Office emergencies and clinical pharmacology review, Oct. 25, taught by Drs. Hoffman, Mark Erickson, and Alexis Olsson.

- Contemporary Periodontics I&II, Oct. 27-26, taught by Dr. Kirk Noraian.

- The business of dentistry: Decisions that impact financial success, Nov. 1, taught by Dr. John Wagner.

- Lumps and bumps: All you forgot about oral pathology, Jan. 30-31, 1997, taught by Dr. Donald Hoffman.

- Drugs and Dental Practice, April 4, 1997, taught by Dr. Richard Wynn.

California

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Orange County Dental Hygienists` So-ciety: For more information, contact Educational Design, (510-735-3238).

- Demystifying Patient Compliance: Reality-Based Strategies for Success, taught by Jackie Tomlinson, RDH, Oct. 5, Waterfront Hilton, Huntington Beach.

Connecticut

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Connecticut Dental Hygienists` Asso-ciation: For more information about the Nutmeg Conference Sept. 19-21, contact Carol J. Ondeck, RDH, 137 Richfield Road, Bridgeport, CT 06606.

- Course topics include: a forum on public health, handpiece maintenance, tuberculosis update, and antimicrobial mouth-rinses, as well as several job-hunting courses.

Florida

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Florida Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information, contact Betty Dalton, RDH, 614 Golf Course Drive, Fort Walton, FL 32547; (904) 862-7641.

- Meet Your Florida Requirements, Sept. 27-29, Royal Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Fla.

International Assoication of Orofacial Myology: For more information, contact Marjorie Snow, RDH, 1935 Skyler Drive, Kalamazoo, MI 49008; (616) 343-9677.

- Assessment and Treatment of Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders, Sept. 19-22, Ramada Plaza Resort, Orlando.

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.

Hawaii

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Hawaii Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information about the fifth annual session on Jan. 18-19, 1997, contact Marilyn Roberts Nonaka, 1237 Mokuhano St., Honolulu, HI 96825-3030; (808) 396-9168.

- How much are dental hygiene services worth?, taught by Marge Reveal, RDH.

Idaho

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Idaho Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information about the association`s 33rd annual session, contact Tina Flournoy, RDH, 983 Hankins Road North, Twin Falls, ID 83301; (208) 733-2395.

- Continuing education speakers include Ray Padilla, DDS, and Denise Bowen, RDH, Oct. 3-5, Canyon Springs Park Hotel, Twin Falls.

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.

Massachusetts

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New England Chapter of the Ame-rican Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry: For more information, contact Gerald M. Winkler, DMD, (617) 341-WINK or fax (617) 341-9234.

- "Shades of Care for the Cosmetic-Aesthetic Practice" and "Understanding Unspoken Attitudes of Your Patients," Oct. 4-5, Lynnfield, Mass.

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.

- New Dental Technology and Trends, Oct. 10, Bergen Pines.

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

- NJDHA Annual Session, Oct. 23, Mt. Laurel.

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.

Ohio

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Northeastern Ohio Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information, contact Cathy Patterson, RDH, Dept. of Dental Hygiene, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH 44094; (216) 953-7190.

- A Critical Look at Periodontal Management Strategies and Dental Product Efficacy, Oct. 2, Lakeland Community College, Kirtland, Ohio.

Oklahoma

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Oklahoma Dental Hygienists` Association: For more information about the annual session Sept. 27-29, contact Educational Designs, (510) 735-3238.

- Speakers and product exhibits will be presented at the Adam`s Mark Hotel in Tulsa. Up to 16 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.

- Drugs Patients Take: Implications for Dentistry, July 20, Harrisonburg, Va.

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

Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information about the association`s scientific session Sept. 14-15 in Milwaukee, contact Nancy Miller, RDH, 4689 Esther Lane, Green Bay, WI 54311; (414) 866-3076.

- Sharpening Patient Assessment Skills, taught by Margaret Fehrenbach, RDH.

- Individualizing and Optimizing Your Periodontal Therapy, taught by Rebecca Van Horn, RDH.

- Inventive Community Dental Health, taught by Kathleen Logsdon, RDH.

Wyoming

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Wyoming Dental Hygienists` Associa-tion: For more information, contact Lori Kerrigan, RDH, 7017 Hawthorne Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82009; (307) 634-3497.

- Glove Associated Reactions and Infection Control Issues in Dentistry, taught by Dr. Wava Truscott, Sept. 13.

- The Cutting Edge: Technical Excellence with Professional Pizzaz, taught by Sherry Burns, RDH, and Cheryl Wiles, RDH, Sept. 14.

- Both seminars will be presented at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

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