Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Topic: Interceptive Orthodontics and Early Treatment Considerations
SPEAKER: Dr. Rachel Goldberg BSc, BSc (Dent), DMD, MSc(Ortho), FRCDC (Ortho)
Tuesday, April 20nd at 7:00pm (on Zoom)
- GARY GLASSMANN, DDS, FRCD(C)
“Systematic Endodontic Diagnostic Protocol”
A complete endodontic diagnosis must include both a pulpal and a periapical diagnosis for each tooth evaluated before endodontic treatment can be rendered. It is much like going on a reconnaissance mission, gathering as much information as possible and not relying on a single isolated piece of this information before endodontic treatment is provided. This presentation will take the participant on a diagnostic journey to be able to systematically and logically come to a proper decision on whether the patient’s symptoms are odontogenic in origin or coming from another source. In addition, the most common endodontic emergencies will be discussed and how best to treat them.
- To predictably carry out pulpal and periapical tests in a logical and efficient sequence
- To make a pulp and periapical diagnosis according to the American Association of Endodontists classification
- To discuss non odontogenic etiologies for facial pain
- To be able to treat the most common endodontic emergencies
Dr. Gary Glassman graduated from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in 1984 and was awarded the James B. Willmott Scholarship, the Mosby Scholarship and the George Hare Endodontic Scholarship for proficiency in Endodontics. A graduate of the Endodontology Program at Temple University in 1987, he received the Louis I. Grossman Study Club Award for academic and clinical proficiency in Endodontics.
The author of numerous publications, Dr. Glassman lectures globally on endodontics, is on staff at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in the graduate department of endodontics. As Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontic Programming from 2010-2017, Gary helped develop the dental school curriculum for the Oral Health Science program for the University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica.
Tuesday March 25th at 7:00pm
Robert C. Vogel, DDS
“State of the Art Topics & Techniques in Implant Dentistry to Increase Precision, Productivity and Ideal Patient Care”
This up to date scientifically based presentation covers cutting edge Topics, Components and Techniques in Implant Prosthetics to immediately incorporate into your practice. A Realist private practice strategy will be presented to increased Precision, Productivity and Profitability through a Team Approach. Simplified Treatment Planning, Digital vs Analog workflows and delivery of final restoration will be discussed along with
new options for Screw Retained restorations and selection of ideal restorative materials.
The Newest Prosthetic Components, Technologies an implant designs will be unveiled to simplify decision making, decrease healing time and provide ideal patient care.
*Confidence and Predictability with State-of-the-Art Implant Materials &Techniques.
*Improve Practice Productivity, Profitability and Reduce Complications.
*Integrate Advanced Techniques into Private Practice with Simplification.
*Allow more patients to benefit from implant-based treatment through ideal fee determination and presentation techniques.
Dr. Vogel graduated Dental School from Columbia University in New York City before completing residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mount Sinai Medical Center and Miami Children’s Hospital in Miami Florida.
He maintains a full-time private practice in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in Implant Prosthetics and Reconstructive Dentistry working closely as a team member with several specialists providing Implant based comprehensive treatment as well as conducting clinical trials and providing clinical advice to the Dental Attachment and Implant field. Dr. Vogel has developed and collaborated on the development of several prosthetic components and techniques currently in use in Implant Dentistry.
He lectures internationally on Implant Dentistry focusing on Simplification and Predictability of Implant Prosthetics through ideal Planning and Team Interaction. He has published numerous scientific articles in Implant Dentistry, is a Fellow of the International Team for Implantology and serves on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Osseointegration.
Sunday February 2, 2020 at 11:00
Brunch with Alumni and Students
Speaker: Dr. Peter Birek
“Periimplantitis (How to) Mind Your Implants
Location: Chaise Café, 691 Corydon Ave.
Wednesday November 6, 2019–Dinner Meeting with Alumni and Students
Speaker: Dr. Meredith Brownlee
“CBCT: Software Manipulation and Image Interpretation”
Location: La Brasserie Nonsuch Brewing Co.
125 Pacific Avenue
Tuesday September 24, 2019——Dinner Meeting with New Grads
Speaker: Dr. Yoav Keynan
“HIV – Treatment, Implications, and Oral Manifestations”
Location: ERA Bistro in the Canadian Human Rights Museum
November 7, 2018—–Dinner Meeting
“Allergies in Dentistry: Latex, Antibiotics, Anaesthetics, and Contact Dermatitis”
Speaker: Dr. Lana Rosenfield
Location: Nicolino’s 2077 Pembina Hwy.
September 24, 2018—Dinner Meeting with students
“Gem’s on Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner”
Speaker: Dr. David Rusen
Location: Chosabi Unit 6-605 Sterling Lyon Parkway
Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
Centennial Concert Hall
Featuring world renowned singer, songwriter, & composer
David D’Or with his quintet & violin soloist
Alexander (Sanya) Kroitor
THURSDAY APRIL 19TH, 2018
DR. HARVEY SPIEGEL
GOLD PLATE DINNER
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, 2018
“Supper-Then Straight to Sleep”
SPEAKERS: Mark Williams,Mark Younes
LOCATION: Charisma, 83 Sherbrook Street
November 22, 2017 Dinner Meeting
SPEAKER: DR. HODA HOSSEINI
September 26th, 2017- September Dinner Meeting (Including Spouses)
Human Rights Museum “A Dedication to Human Rights: The Plight of the Yazidis”
Speakers: Anita Neville, Nafiya Naso, & Michel Aziza
March 23rd, 2017 – Dinner Meeting at Glendale Golf and Country Club- “Getting ready for the next exciting stage of your life. Making sure you’re on Track” by Mr. Darryl Choptuik
February 15th, 2017 – Dinner Meeting “All you need to know about Health Data in Manitoba” by Dr. Alan Katz MBChB MSc CCFP
September 21st: Dinner Meeting with students “Intro to Laser Dentistry” by Dr. Les Rykiss at Merchant Kitchen
April 14th, 2016: Gold Plate – Location: Glendale Golf & Country Club Speaker: Dr. Catherine Chatterley-Members only
February 16th, 2016: Dinner meeting with students – Location: Merchant Kitchen 314 Donald St. Speaker: Dr. John Tsourounakis
December 12th, 2015: 50th Annual Memorial Lecture – Dr. Howard Farran: “The Business of Dentistry” at the RBC Convention Centre
November 24th, 2015: Dinner meeting – Shaarey Zedek Synagogue “Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program- Members only
September 21st, 2015: Dinner Meeting (with students)
“Guided Implant Surgery”
Speaker: Dr. Milan Madhavji
The Clay Oven (240-1600 Kenaston Blvd.), 6:30pm.- Members only
April 18, 2015: Grad Lunch
March 30th, 2015: Dinner Meeting – Speaker: Mr. Kyle Walters, General Manager, Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Topic: “Free Agency” and the 2015 Season
February 5th, 2015: Dinner Meeting (no students) – Speaker: Dr. John Embil Topic: Travel Related Diseases and Associated Medicine