Kansas Dental Association

Annual Meeting

June 7-9, 2012 Hotel at Old Town Wichita, Kansas


Thursday, June 7, 2012
9:00 am - 11:00 am 11:00 am – 5:00 pm 2:30 – 5:00 pm 5:00 – 6:30 pm Council and Committee Meetings Exhibit Set Up KDA Board of Delegates Welcome Social in Exhibit Hall

Council on Annual Session and Events Members
Dr. Gene McGill, Chair Dr. Craig Herre, KDA President Elect Dr. Rob Herwig Dr. Greg Kilbane Dr. Lucynda Raben Dr. Nicole Rogers Niki Gustafson, KDA Staff

Registration Information
Only one form per registrant; duplicate as necessary. Mastercard, Visa, and checks made payable to the Kansas Dental Association are accepted for payment. An entire office can send their forms together and make one payment. A $40 late fee will be charged for EACH registrant after May 28, 2012 EXCEPT for dental spouses/guests and dental students. A $50 processing fee will be charged for each on-site registration EXCEPT for dental spouses/guests and dental students.

Meeting Location
All programs and activities will be held at: Hotel at Oldtown Conference Center 830 East 1st Street Wichita, KS 67202 www.hotelatoldtown.com

Hotel Reservations
Room reservations for the meeting will be made by individual attendees directly with the Hotel at Oldtown reservations at (877) 265-3869. All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card. Reservations must be received on or before 5:00 PM, Tuesday, May 15, 2012. After this time, reservations will be based on a space-and-rate-available basis. The KDA does not reserve or put a hold on extra rooms. If any meeting attendee books a room outside the group block through a travel agency or discount site, please let a KDA Staff person know so we can have it credited towards the KDA’s block.

Friday, June 8, 2012
7:30 am – 3:30 pm Exhibit Hall Open 7:30 – 9:00 am Past Presidents’ Breakfast 8:30 am – noon Transitional Bonding: Non-traditional Direct Resin Restorations for Major Occlusal and Esthetic Changes – Corky Willhite, DDS Triage Dental Trauma: CPR for Permanent and Primary Teeth Kaneta Lott, DDS 10:00 – 10:30 am Break in Exhibit Hall Noon – 1:30 pm Lunch in Exhibit Hall 1:30 – 4:45 pm Composite Bonding: The “Ultimate Esthetics” Course – Corky Willhite, DDS Children Deserve the Best – Kaneta Lott, DDS 3:15 – 3:30 pm Break in Exhibit Hall 6:00 – 7:00 pm President’s Cocktail Reception 7:00 – 9:00 pm President’s Dinner Party

Saturday, June 9, 2012
7:00 - 9:00 am 9:00 am – noon American College of Dentistry Breakfast


Dentistry Isn’t Easy...Learn Secrets for Success in Conventional/Digital Dentistry and Perfecting Lab Communications – Robert Marbach, DDS Blood, Spit and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update Laney Kay, JD KDA Annual Business Meeting (lunch provided) followed by Board of Delegates

Noon – 3:30 pm

All refund and cancellation requests must be made in writing. A $50 handling fee, PER REGISTRANT, will be charged for all refunds prior to May 28, 2012. No refunds will be made after May 28, 2012 for any reason. Registrations may be transferred at any time without penalty.

Volunteer Hosts Needed
Spend time with an expert in your field. Sign up as a speaker host and receive a $50 discount on your registration fee. For information contact Niki Sadler at (785) 272-7360 or email niki@ksdental.org.

Exhibit Hours
Thursday, June 23 5:00 - 6:30 PM - Welcome Social in the Exhibit Hall Friday, June 24 7:30 - 3:30 PM We encourage you to visit the Exhibit Hall and show your appreciation for the support of these companies. We could not continue to provide this meeting with out them!

President’s Dinner Party
The KDA President’s Cocktail Reception and Dinner Party on Friday, June 8 is open to all meeting attendees and you do not have to be registered for the meeting to attend. Business attire is preferred.


About the Speakers
Laney Kay, JD of Entertaining Training, LLC. is a nationally known speaker and writer on technical and regulatory topics and women’s issues. Her expertise is in taking very complex, and/or incredibly boring, topics and making them both fun and informative. She is a featured consultant with the ADA’s CELL Seminar Series and has taught courses at multiple Hinman and ADA meetings, the TBSE, the Yankee Dental Congress, the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, the Pacific NW Dental Conference, the Texas Meeting, the SW Dental Conference, plus other national, state and district meetings, study clubs and in individual offices all over the country. Dr. Kaneta R. Lott has helped to shape the smiles of hundreds of children since 1984. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from Emory University and completed her residency at Emory University and Scottish Rite Hospitals. Her practice is in metropolitan Atlanta. A renowned national speaker and motivator, Dr. Lott lectures nationally on Pediatric Dentistry and Dental Traumatology. She is a consultant to the Georgia Board of Dentistry and the American Dental Association and has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the department of Pediatric Dentistry at The Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Lott is also a fellow with the American College of Dentists and The International College of Dentists. She is a member of numerous local, state, and national professional and civic organizations.

Robert Marbach, BA, CDT is a Past Board of Directors at The Pankey Institute. He is Founder of Authentic Dental Lab in San Antonio, TX. Mr. Marbach is a Board Certified Dental Technician currently working on his Masters in dental technology and has over 25 years of dental experience. In 1999 Bob received his Technical Certificate of Completion from the Pankey Institute. Mr. Marbach is a past member of the Advisory Board for The Canadian Journal of Dental Technology. He is also a member of the prestigious TEREC Group, a technical research consortium. Bob has lectured internationally for many years and his lecture has received approval from the Academy of General Dentistry. He has also received his Fellowship in the Academy of Dental Facial Esthetics and received the National Association of Dental Laboratories Inventor’s Award for developing and patenting the “Shade Wand”, a shade-taking light used by dentists worldwide. And, in 2011 he was inducted into the American Society For Advanced Dental Esthetics. Corky Willhite, DDS has achieved Fellowship by the Academy of General Dentistry and the American College of Dentists. He is one of 50 Fellows of over 6,000 American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry members worldwide and has served on their Board of Governors (currently American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry) and spent years as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is on the faculty of the Center for Esthetic Excellence in Chicago and post-graduate esthetic programs at Eastman Dental Center and the University of Minnesota. His private practice in suburban New Orleans, The Smile Design Center, is limited to Cosmetic Dentistry.


Friday, June 8 - 8:30 am - Noon - 3 CEu
Learn a practical technique using composite that offers many advantages over traditional composite or porcelain restorations. Patients—including those that need extensive changes for function and esthetics—love conservative treatment, whether for financial reasons or just because they don’t want their teeth “drilled down.” Requiring virtually no prep even for smile make-overs and full mouth rehabilitation cases, long-lasting results can be expected. This course is very different than other resin courses. It is NOT about how to layer the resins, tints and opaquers but covers additional information that will help any doctor master their Composite Bonding skills. After attending this course, participants should know: • • • • How to provide solutions for common problems (such as severe wear) Why porcelain isn’t always the best option…even in non-compliant patients How to build large composite restorations quickly and conservatively Practical occlusal principles for maximizing longevity

Friday, June 8 - 1:30 pm - 4:45 pm - 3 CEu
Composite is the most versatile material available for making minor or major changes in dental appearance. With proper technique, its function and longevity rivals porcelain while providing benefits other materials can’t match. So why are so few dentists maximizing this potential? A dentist’s success with basic operative restorations doesn’t always translate into success with more complex freehand restorations and full resin veneers. This comprehensive seminar will benefit each attendee by sharing an organized step-by-step approach that includes operative technique as well as vital diagnostic and marketing skills to achieve “Ultimate Esthetics” with freehand composite restorations. After attending this course, participants should know: • • • • Step-by-step procedure for individual tooth changes (Class IV, color change, etc.) Verbal skills that will gain patient interest and increase patient acceptance Relating occlusion and excellent function to cosmetic procedures to enhance value Polishing technique for an incredibly natural finish

One child per classroom may experience a traumatic dental injury. The primary care dentist needs to act quickly and skillfully. Triage treatment determines the prognosis. The program is designed to improve the participant’s ability to treat a traumatic dental injury and is designed for all attendees. Each participant will receive: • • • • • • • • Pre-packaged supply list Listing of the necessary radiographs Full understanding of the healing process Step-by step evaluation approach Logical evaluation form that reviews: Extra and intra-oral soft tissues, Facial and dental bones, Periodontia and tooth structures Listing of the necessary clinical tests Specialist referral list Timetable for follow-up treatment

This course will explore the additional skills needed to provide dental care to the pediatric patient. It will also improve the confidence of the staff and improve their rapport with the parent. It is recommended for the entire dental team. After attending this course, participants should be able to answer the following questions: • • • • • • • • How does the parent stop nighttime bottle-feeding? How can you get rid of the pacifier? What is the best way to introduce the child to the dental environment? At what age should a child have their first dental exam? Why do pediatric dentists do so many stainless steel crowns? When is pulp therapy necessary and effective? What are the benefits of bilateral and unilateral space maintainers? How do I take an impression and prevent the child from throwing up?


Saturday, June 9 - 9:00 am - Noon - 3 CEu
Let’s face it…most OSHA training courses are anything but fun. Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fast, it’s informative, it’s fun, and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. We’ll cover the newest infection control and HIPAA guidelines, new disease information, and other relevant regulations. After attending this course, participants should be able to: • • • • Understand the importance of standard precautions and the use of PPE in the dental office Recognize the importance of the CDC’s infection control guidelines and training for the dental health care worker Recognize the role of regulatory and risk management issues in dentistry Identify strategies that can prevent occupational exposures to blood and body fluids, ALL without being put to sleep!

Make Your Room Reservations NOW!
Hotel at Oldtown (877) 265-3869
Room rates are $119 plus tax for a standard room. Reservations must be made by 5:00 pm May 15, 2012. Mention you are with the “Kansas Dental Association” to get this rate. Included in your room rate is a full breakfast, so no continental breakfast will be provided in the conference center. However, coffee, tea and water will be available.


This detailed lecture and powerpoint presentation will discuss and illustrate the latest in CAD/CAM digital technology relating to you, your assistant, and your lab. Identify the basics of occlusion and how it relates to the success of anterior restorations and full mouth rehabilitation. Facing the esthetic challenges in your practice to decide today what type of restoration is best for your patient. View clinical secrets on preps, temps, impressions, cords, cements and why is shade selection difficult and how to get it right the first time. After attending this course, participants should be able to: • • Understand the difference between intraoral scanners vs. conventional impressions Identify the problems associated with color and lighting and how to improve our shade-taking ability • • • • • Trouble shoot impression techniques and materials to get perfect impressions Apply the communication tools needed to achieve optimal results between you and the lab Understand the basics of occlusion in restoring anterior teeth. Know what questions to ask and tools required to achieve excellent anterior esthetics See the differences in restorative products available and how to choose the best for your patient

Celebrate 140 Years of Kansas Dental Association
Please join us for an evening to celebrate the Kansas Dental Association and the 140 Years, 140 Stories project. Over the past year, the KDA has traveled the near and far corners of the state, photographing member dentists. We’ve “focused” on unique interests, hobbies, and distinct locations in which they practice. These photographs will be on display at the KDA President’s Cocktail Reception and Dinner, when we will unveil our photos to the KDA Membership. This compilation of photos will be arranged into a coffee table book later this year to be made available to KDA members. Each dentist’s photograph in the book will be in black and white and each are holding a number from 1 to 140 which corresponds to their page location in the book. These photographs and stories are an incredible array of passions and histories unique to each dentist, while demonstrating the common energy and passion of our great state. Please join us to celebrate the book during the Kansas Dental Association’s President’s Cocktail Reception and Dinner.


Welcome Social in Exhibit Hall
Thursday, June 7 4:00 to 5:30 pm / no charge ALL MEETING ATTENDEES Come early and join your colleagues for wine and hor d’ourves in the Exhibit Hall Thursday afternoon. Show the exhibitors how much the KDA appreciates their ongoing support. We could not continue to host this meeting without them! Join the executive committee in welcoming new members into the Kansas Dental Association and let them know you value their participation.

KDA Past Presidents’ Breakfast
Friday, June 8 7:00 to 8:30 am FORMER KDA PRESIDENTS The Past Presidents of the Kansas Dental Association will have their annual breakfast social on Friday morning. Reservations can be made by responding to an invitation sent by Dr. Nevin Waters to former KDA Presidents.

American College of Dentists
Saturday, June 9 7:00 to 8:30 am MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN COLLEgE OF DENTISTS The American College of Dentists will have a breakfast and business meeting on Saturday morning.

President’s Dinner Party & Cocktail Reception
Friday, June 8 6:00 to 9:00 pm / $50 ALL MEETING ATTENDEES & GUESTS The President’s Dinner Party and Cocktail Reception is an annual gala honoring the outgoing KDA President’s year of service to the association. Join your colleagues for an evening of friendship and commemoration and raise your glass to a successful year, as Dr. Hal Hale’s leadership term comes to an end. Two of your colleagues will also be honored for their contributions to organized dentistry. Dr. Brett Roufs will be presented with the Dentist of the Year Award and Dr. Mark Herzog with the Dr. Harry M. Klenda Award for Outstanding Council/Committee Service Award. Plan to be a part of this distinguished celebration. Business attire is recommended for the evening and guests do not have to be registered for the meeting to attend.


KDA Annual Meeting - June 7-9, 2012
PLEASE PRINT. Use one form per registrant. Each dentist, hygienist, assistant, office staff, student, spouse or lab technician must register on a separate form. NO EXCEPTIONS. Duplicate as necessary. However, one check or credit card number may be used to pay for the group of attendees. Please mark the box of the courses you plan to attend, even if there is no fee.

Registration Form
All applications must be made on this form. Return completed and signed application to: Kansas Dental Association 5200 SW Huntoon Topeka, Kansas 66604 FAX: (785) 272-2301

Attendee Information
Last Name: Degree: q DDS q DMD q RDH q CDA q Other First Name:

If you have any questions, call the KDA office at (785) 272-7360 CANCELLATION DEADLINE/PENALTIES/REFUNDS: A $40 late fee will be charged for EACH registrant after May 28, 2012 EXCEPT dental spouses/guests and dental students. No refunds will be made after May 28, 2012 for any reason. Any cancellations prior to this date are subject to a $50 handling fee PER REGISTRANT. ON-SITE REGISTRATIONS: A $50 processing fee will be charged for each on-site registration EXCEPT for dental spouses, guests and dental students. MEALS/BREAKS: Thursday’s Welcome Social, Friday’s lunch, and breaks in the Exhibit Hall are included in the registration fee. Breakfast will NOT be served either day but coffee, tea and water will be available.

ADA# (if applicable):

Mailing Address
Street or PO Box: City: Phone (daytime): Email: State: Fax: Zip:

Registration Category
q KDA Member Dentist q Non Member Dentist q Registered Dental Hygienist

*There is no “registration fee” for attending the President’s Dinner only, but the dinner cost of $50 will apply and is listed under Special Events/Meals to the right.

$ 325 $ 425 $ 185 $ 115

q Dental Spouse/Guest Exhibit Hall Only-No Lectures $ 40 q Dental Student q Exhibitor/Sponsor to Attend CE Course
$ 0

Special Events/Meals

Although some events have no fee, please register if attending for accurate event/meal planning purposes.

q Business Meeting / President’s Dinner Only* $ 0

q Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall

$ 0

q Dental Office Personnel/Lab Tech

q Past President’s Breakfast (by invitation) Must be a KDA Past President $ 0 q KDA President’s Dinner Party featuring 140 Stories Unveiling $ 50 q American College of Dentist Breakfast
$ 25

CE Programs

Please register for the courses you are planning to attend (one per time slot) for accurate event/room planning purposes.

Friday Morning Programs
Changes - Corky Willhite, DDS

8:30 am – Noon

q Transitional Bonding: Non-traditional Direct Resin Restorations for Major Occlusal and Esthetic q Triage Dental Trauma: CPR For Permanent and Primary Teeth - Kaneta Lott, DDS Friday Afternoon Programs

Payment Information
Registration Fee KDA President’s Dinner Party*

Do not fax application unless paying by credit card.

$ $ $ $

1:30 – 4:45 pm

*additional Dinner Party guests ____ at $50 each
Please attach the names of unregistered guests attending the dinner with you.

q Composite Bonding: The “Ultimate Esthetics” Course - Corky Willhite, DDS q Children Deserve the Best - Kaneta Lott, DDS Saturday Morning Programs

Total Payment Due

___ Check payable to Kansas Dental Association (Ck #__________ ) ___ Credit Card Information (Visa/MasterCard only) Name on Card: Card #: Signature: Exp. Date:

9:00 am – Noon

q Dentistry Isn’t Easy...Learn Secrets For Success in Conventional/Digital Dentistry and Perfecting Lab
Communications - Robert Marbach, BA, CDT

q Blood, Spit & Fears: A Painless OSHA Update - Laney Kay, JD

Prsrtd Std U.S. Postage PAID Topeka, KS 66604

KANSAS DENTAL ASSOCIATION 5200 SW Huntoon, Topeka, KS 66604 Tel: (785) 272-7360 Website: www.ksdental.org Fax: (785) 272-2301

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