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23403 E Mission Ave, Suite 218
Liberty Lake, WA, 99019

Phone: 509-838-0436
Fax: 509-838-5040











SPOKANE DISTRICT DENTAL SOCIETY PROGRAMS
Interested in partnering with SDDS on a special event, general membership meeting or continuing education program? Contact Wendy at wendy@spokanedentalsociety.org

Mark Your Calendar!

SPECIAL EVENTS

Dentists Only Happy Hour
We welcome you to join us for a fun happy hour on Thursday, April 18 at 5pm in the Riverbank Taphouse at Northern Quest Resort. We’ll be hosting drinks and yummy snacks (charcuterie pretzels, brat sliders and flatbreads).

Mix and mingle with your colleagues and meet new members of our Society.

RSVP at wendy@spokanedentalsociety.org



2nd Annual Staff Appreciation Party!

Friday, April 19
6:30pm
Northern Quest Resort
Dinner, dancing, raffles, photo booth & live music that will keep you on your feet!
Discounted rooms available

$40 per person
$75 VIP tickets (only 20 available)
*Limited number of VIP tickets will be sold which include: swag bag, drink tickets, raffle tickets and 3 random bags will be surprised with Northern Quest gift cards!
Contact Wendy to RSVP, wendy@spokanedentalsociety.org

RSVP HERE

SPONSOR HERE


2018-2019 SDDS MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
SDDS Members Only
No Cost to Attend
Program Starts at 6:00pm (doors open at 5:30pm)
Please RSVP with wendy@spokanedentalsociety.org
Location (unless otherwise noted): Empire Health Foundation’s Philanthropy Center
1020 W Riverside Ave
Next to Spokane Club
Meeting room is downstairs


March 12: Diagnosis & Therapeutic Management of Challenging Lesions, Dr. Steven Vincent


April: NO MEETING, Join us at the Inland Northwest Dental Conference!


May 14: SDDS Annual Elections, Presentation by UW School of Dentistry Dean and CE Presentation by Dr. Sara Gordon

Oral Cancer: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

How can you tell whether a lesion is dangerous or not? By reviewing some clinical cases that turned out to be oral cancer, and some that didn’t, you will learn more about your role in the early diagnosis of oral cancer and precancer. You will review the recent ADA evidence-based guideline on evaluating these types of diagnostic dilemmas, and what the guideline says about the use of diagnostic adjuncts such as light-based methods. You will also get some useful tips on submitting biopsies, from a clinician who has been on both ends of the biopsy process for many years - the scalpel and the microscope.

Sara Gordon DDS, MS
Professor of Oral Medicine and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Washington School of Dentistry

Dr Gordon graduated from Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry in eastern Canada. She had a private dental practice in Nova Scotia for 8 years before completing a 4-year Oral Pathology residency at the University of Western Ontario, near Toronto, where she received a Master of Science in Pathology with the first definitive study of foreign body gingivitis. A Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, she is also board certified in both Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology by the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and a Fellow in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr Gordon is active in organized dentistry leadership on a local and national level. She is a past president of the Canadian Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology and Oral Medicine, and currently incoming Chair of the Section on Academic Affairs of the American Dental Education Association. She has taught diagnostic sciences and pathology in Canada and the USA for over 30 years, published about 100 scientific papers and abstracts, and presented well over 100 continuing education courses. She came to Seattle as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in 2014 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she directed an oral pathology biopsy service.



CONTINUING EDUCATION


Dental Practice Transitions Seminar

The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection | 10 South Post Street | Spokane, WA 99201
Friday, March 15, 2019 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

You will learn about the legal, financial, logistical and emotional aspects of transitioning out of your full-time dental practice. Our team of experts will lecture and conduct Q&A sessions.
• The sequence of a Dental Practice Transition for Sellers
• How to Maximize the Value of Your Practice
• The Importance of the Allocation of Assets in the Practice Sale
• Legal Issues in Practice Transitions for Sellers
• Helping Your Buyer Get Bank Financing
• Real Estate Issues in a Practice Transition
Registration includes yourself and a spouse/significant other.
Refreshments, Breakfast, and Lunch also included.

Speakers include:
Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA, Practice Transition Broker, Omni Practice Group
Buck Reasor, DMD, Practice Transition Broker and dentist, Omni Practice Group
Brian Gosline, Lawyer, CPA, Brian G. Gosline, P.C.
Abby Marcy, VP, Healthcare Banking, Columbia Bank

To register, call Rose Chapman at 206-375-7973

"Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry: From Biological Background to Clinical Applications”
Dr. Richard Miron, the leading researcher of the PRF (platelet rich fibrin) process and its effect on wound healing.

For a more detailed biography of Dr. Miron, please visit site here

When: Saturday, March 23rd, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia Basin Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery conference room: 512 N Young St, Kennewick, WA 99336
What: 8 Hr Hands on CE training, lunch provided

COURSE OUTLINE:
Course time: ​​8:30am - 5:00pm (8 CE Hours)

Advanced PRF Education 1 day program - Live Demos, Phlebotomy training
Part 1​​ (8:30am-10:30am): Biology of Wound Healing. Understand the importance of vascularization for both soft and hard tissues.
Break​​ (10:30am-10:45am)
Part 2​​ (10:45am-12:00pm): Learn the history of PRF and the improvements made over the years.
Lunch ​​(12:00pm-1:00pm)
Part 3​​ (1:00pm-2:45pm): Biological background of PRF. Understand how lower centrifugation speeds (g-force) and time results in a superior fibrin scaffold with more leukocytes. Understand growth factor release and optimization of the PRF centrifuge to improve regeneration.
Break​​ (2:45pm-3:00pm)
Part 4 ​​(3:00pm-4:00pm): Clinical indications of PRF in dentistry. Discussion over its potential use in Extraction Socket Grafting, Sinus Augmentation Procedures, Gingival Recessions, Intrabony/Furcation Defect Regeneration, Implant Dentistry and Soft Tissue Management
Part 5 ​​(4:00pm-5:00pm) Phlebotomy Training & Live Demonstrations


Inland Northwest Dental Conference
April 18-20, 2019
Northern Quest Resort
www.indc-spokane.com
3 days of CE






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