23403 E Mission Ave, Suite 218
Liberty Lake, WA, 99019
|SPOKANE DISTRICT DENTAL SOCIETY PROGRAMS
|SDDS September 2019 Newsletter HERE
Interested in partnering with SDDS on a special event, general membership meeting or continuing education program? Contact Wendy at email@example.com
SDDS Foundation's 8th Annual Gala
Saturday, September 28th
The Historic Davenport Hotel
$1500 Table Sponsorship (includes 10 tickets)
Join us for an unforgettable night.
This formal affair will boast exhilarating aerial performers, fabulous food & libations, live music & dancing!
REGISTER ONLINE HERE
To RSVP or inquire about sponsorship, contact Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org
GALA SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION HERE
2019-2020 SDDS MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
SDDS Members Only
Program Starts at 6:00pm (doors open at 5:30pm)
Please RSVP with email@example.com
Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center (Spokane Valley)
Registration form HERE
November 12, 2019
CE Program: Solutions for Neck, Arm and Back Pain in Dental Professionals
Presented by: Kenneth R. Van Dyken, D.C.
January 14, 2020
CE Program: Developing and Leading High-performing Teams
Presented by: Jason Swain
March 10, 2020
CE Program: The Gut-Brain Connection
Presented by: Dr. Hunter Petersen
May 12, 2020
CE Program: Title TBD
Presented by: Roderick W. Tataryn, DDS, MS
Dr. Mark Paxton Dental Scholarship - Continuing Education Event for the Entire Dental Team
Friday, October 4, 2019
8:00am - Noon
$50 per person (Light breakfast and lunch are included)
All proceeds will benefit the Dr. Mark Paxton Dental Scholarship
Dr. Amy Doneen will be presenting at our first annual CE event benefitting the Dr. Mark Paxton Dental Scholarship Fund. Dr. Doneen is Medical Director, Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center and Co-Founder of The BaleDoneen Method.
The Bale/Doneen Method- “A Guarantee of Arterial Wellness: The Critical Role of Oral Health”
This course will elucidate essential elements for establishing and maintaining cardiovascular wellness. The dental profession is positioned to play a profound role in this regard. Oral health staff and providers will learn concurrent health issues and physical traits their patients may have which heighten CV risk. Attendees will be informed about the wisdom of utilizing technology to detect asymptomatic CV disease (CVD). This course will provide education regarding inflammation as the cause of CVD. A special focus will be directed toward oral health as a cause of arterial disease and potential trigger of CV events. The Bale/Doneen Method bridges the gap between medicine and dentistry to promote arterial wellness. Students of this course will be in position to enhance their own CV health as well as their patients.
1. Recognize health issues identifiable in a dental practice that are associated with increased CV risk.
2. Analyze the difference in determining CV event risk based on risk factors versus presence of atherosclerosis.
3. Comprehend inflammation as causal of arterial disease.
4. Appraise oral health as a potential driver of arterial inflammation.
5. Synthesize the above components into a method focused on assessing CV risk.
Spokane Practice Transition Seminar: So, You Want to Buy a Practice?
The Davenport Grand Hotel.
• How do you know if a practice is the right fit for you?
• How do you evaluate a practice?
• What's the process?
• What should you do in a chart audit?
• How to evaluate the opportunity in the practice?
• How do you get financing?
• Get in the mentality of a seller!
RSVP to Mike Dinsio at firstname.lastname@example.org.