If you have any questions regarding any of the upcoming seminars, please email to:
anthony.ferreri@nvda.org


Click here for information on “Wheelchair Transfer: A Health Care Provider’s Guide”

2015-2016 Northern Nevada Continuing Education Series, for more information, please click here:  NNDS CE Series Flyer 2015 2016.

2015 Laser Certification Course May 1-2, 2015 NDA Members: $895.00 ADA/Non Members: $1095.00 Please click on this link for registration form: 2015 Laser Certification Course Registration Form


Infection Control

April 04, 2014

Infection Control CE Courses (Some of which are online):

http://www.findaseminar.com/event1.asp?eventID=7547
http://www.ineedce.com/courses.aspx?cat=Infection+Control
http://www.ineedce.com/courses.aspx?cat=Infection+Control
http://www.dentistryiq.com/index/Continuing_Education.html


Implant Study Club

April 04, 2014

Implant Study Club at UNLV School of Dental Medicine
Geared towards New Dentists


Complementary tuition, up to 17 CEU’s
Click here for more information


Laser Certification Course

May 01, 2015
Registration Fee: $895.00

2015 Laser Certification Course

May 1st & 2nd, 2015

UNLV School of Dental Medicine

NDA Members: $895.00 Non Members $1095.00

PARTICIPATION COURSE IN LASER DENTISTRY – A STANDARD PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATION COURSE

Members only will be able to register online. Non Members please call 702-255-4211 to register over the phone. Candidates who successfully complete this course and its prerequisites* will receive a Certificate of Standard Proficiency in Dental Lasers recognized by the Academy of Laser Dentistry, an international organization with more than 1200 members in over 25 countries.

Has the hoopla surrounding the introduction of lasers to dentistry been more smoke than substance? Since 1990, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of SEVEN different wavelengths for dental use. These different wavelengths create a world of difference in how the lasers operate, and their usefulness in the oral cavity. The use of lasers for specific procedures found in everyday general practice will be highlighted. The first day will detail laser use in the following subject matters:

1) Non-Surgical, Surgical and Regenerative Periodontal Therapy
2) Surgical and Restorative Implantology
3) Fixed and Removable Prosthetics
4) Oral Medicine/Oral Surgery/Oral Pathology
5) Pediatric and Adolescent Operative Dentistry
7) Endodontics
8) Pedodontics/Orthodontics
9) Esthetic/Cosmetic Dentistry
10) Practice Management/Marketing

The second day workshop will give each participant hands-on experience with the various wavelengths, performing surgical procedures on in-vitro models. Real time videos of routine laser procedures will be part of the in-depth discussion of specific instrument settings and techniques for laser surgical procedures.

At the conclusion of the course, the participant will be familiar with the various wavelengths used in dentistry today, their effects on oral

tissues, and their uses for specific oral diseases and pathologies found in everyday practice. They will be able to incorporate this knowledge into a basis for determining which laser wavelength is most appropriate for their practice, and be able to incorporate hard and soft tissue laser dentistry into their practices first thing tomorrow morning.

*Standard Proficiency Certification will be awarded upon successfully completing an online examination administered by the Academy of Laser Dentistry. The candidate must own a laser or have access to a laser, and have taken a previous introductory laser course. The candidate must become a member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry. A free introductory course on lasers is available on the Academy of Laser Dentistry Website at:
www.laserdentistry.org/education/index.cfm

For more information on the Certification process, please visit www.LaserDentistry.org


Let's Talk About Infection Control & OSHA 2016

May 06, 2016

Infection Control & OSHA 2016 Includes the 4 hour training in Infection Control required by the NV State Board of Dental Examiners (NAC 631.178 for all Dentists and Hygienists license renewal Also NAC 631.260 for Dental Assistansts) Presenter: John A. Molinari, Ph.D. Friday, May 6, 2016 Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa - Reno 7:30am Check In 8:00 am - 2:00 pm - Course (lunch Included) 6 units of CE in Infection Control, OSHA training and bloodborne pathogens Hosted by Northern Nevada Dental Society ADA Dentists, Hygienist or Office Team Member: $75 per person Non-Member Dentists, Hygienists or office person: $135 per person register online at www.nndental.org


Precision, Productivity and Profitibility of Implant Prosthetics in Private Practice

March 27, 2015
Registration Fee: $250.00

This scientifically based fast moving presentation designed for private practice will cover state of the art Topics, Tips and step-by-step Techniques in Implant Prosthetics. A systematic approach to ideal Esthetic treatment of single teeth through fully edentulous patients will be presented emphasizing long-term stability, predictability and profitability. **This program is designed for the entire implant team stressing ideal interaction for simplification of even the most advanced Implant cases with reduced chairtime and increased predictability Contact: NNDS (phone)775.337.0296 (fax) 775.337-0298 or email: nnds@nndental.org


OSHA, Infection Control & Bloodborne Pathogens 2015

May 15, 2015

Continuing Education 6 hr. course to include the 4 hrs. of required Inf. Con-trol, your OSHA update, and bloodborne pathogens. Contact NNDS: (phone) 775.337-0296 (fax) 775.337.0298 (email) nnds@nndental.org


Today's Top Clinical Tips

March 11, 2016

"Today's Top Clinical Tips" This program can be beneficial for the entire dental clinical team. Dentistry is changing at a rapid pace. Being successful and efficient is about staying on top of the newest trends and clinical tips. In this program Dr. Brady will present the top clinical tips and techniques she is teaching. Some are old tried and true approaches that remain successful, while others introduce brand new materials and approaches. Tips will span the areas of prevention, posterior composites and indirect all ceramics. Learning Objectives:  Caries and Perio Prevention  Posterior Composite Efficiency and Effectiveness  Successful Bonding & Cementation  Improved Posterior All Ceramic Restorations About the Speaker Dr. Lee Ann Brady Dr. Lee Ann Brady lives in Phoenix, Arizona and owns Desert Sun Smiles Dental Care, a private restorative practice in Glendale, Arizona. Outside of her private practice, Dr. Brady teaches, presents at meetings internationally, and writes a clinical dental education blog on her website at www.leeannbrady.com. In 2010 she was recognized by Dental Products Report as one of the “Top 25 Women Dentists in the U.S.” in the category of dental educators. She is the clinical editor of the Seattle Study Club Journal, a Guest Presenter at The Pankey Institute, and teaches for the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Continuing Education. She has published articles in General Dentistry, Dentistry Today, Seattle Study Club Journal, Oral Health Journal (Canada), DentistryIQ, Women Dentist Journal, Dental Practice Report, Private Dentistry (UK), Journal of Dental Technology and other print and web publications. Dr. Brady is a frequent presenter at local, state, national and international dental meetings such as the ADA Annual Session, AACD Annual Meeting, Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting, Chicago Midwinter Meeting, Yankee Dental Congress, and Florida National Dental Congress. A lifelong learner, Dr. Brady dedicates countless hours to studying and understanding occlusion, restorative dentistry and dental materials performance. She enjoys researching and teaching these clinical disciplines as well as patient communications, case acceptance, and team development. She is passionate about solving complex cases, understanding the needs and concerns of her patients, facilitating the success of colleagues, and helping dentists find balance in their lives. www.leeannbrady.com www.clinicalmastery.com ADA/NDA/NNDS/NENDS Members: $260 (Or first office person) Members Additional Staff $130/person Non-ADA/NDA/NNDS/NENDS Non Members: $400 (or first office person) Non Members Additional Staff: $230/person Please visit nndental.org or call Lori Benvin, Executive Director at 775-337-0296


NNDS Monthly Dinner Meeting

March 10, 2016

“Mastering Anterior Implant Esthetics” Although implant dentistry is considered one of the most predictable treatments we offer, guaranteeing optimal anterior implant esthetics is tricky and often feels challenging to create predictably. We will discuss how to optimize the esthetics outcomes with advanced implant prosthetic techniques to make success predictable. Learning Objectives:  Advanced Implant Prosthetic Techniques  Fabricating Custom Implant Provisionals Our Guest Presenter: Lee Ann Brady, DMD Director of Education Clinical Mastery www.clinicalmastery.com / www.leeannbrady.com 2.5 CEU’s Please contact Lori Benvin, Executive Director NNDS at 775-337-0296 nnds@nndental.org nndental.org