Hinman Lectureship Series
October 25 2014 from 8:00 AM - 4:15 PM
As health care professionals our pre-eminent desire is to treat our patients with the most contemporary, yet proven procedures and materials. Dentists and dental laboratory technicians have watched as countless of the “latest and greatest” techniques and materials come to the forefront, usually amidst a flurry of interest and advertising hype, only to see the failure of many of these systems. Add to this fact that there is a constant barrage of new products being introduced to our profession, there has never been a time when the information we receive, even in many educational venues, has been so commercially biased. Considering all of these factors, one of our greatest challenges becomes deciding when, or if, we should incorporate new restorative options into our practices.
Gwinnett Convention Center
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
8 a.m. Welcome and Introduction to Course
– Dr. Barry D. Hammond
8:15 a.m. “A Look at New Restorative Materials through the
Lens of Proven Principles”
In this presentation we will pursue a completely
unbiased approach of evaluating new materials and
technologies using current evidence and proven
principles as our litmus test of when, where, and
if we should introduce them into our practices.
We will examine what the contemporary ceramic
materials may offer in the way of conservative
preparations, esthetics, efficiency, accuracy, and
even predictability. We will explore how the various
materials and technologies discussed may modify
our concepts of treatment planning and ideal
preparation design, as well as when traditional
restorations are still the best choice.
1 p.m. “Bonded Ceramic Restorations, Minus the Hype”
In this presentation we will discuss the practical,
real-world indications for bonded restorations
based on the defects that exist in the tooth and
the patient’s risk factors. We will examine the
preparation details critical for anterior and posterior
bonded ceramic restorations. These preparation
designs vary with the planned restorative material,
the luting resin system that will be utilized, the
character of the dental substrate to which they will
be bonded, and perhaps, most importantly, a clear
vision of risks vs. benefits based on the possible
modes of failure of the restoration. We will also
review veneer provisionalization techniques and
bonding procedures, as well as the various resin
cement systems available.
4:15 p.m. Adjourn
Click below to register online or call 267-291-1150 to register over the telephone.
Lodging rooms have been reserved at the Hilton Garden Inn for course
registrants at a special rate of $89 per night plus 13% tax, single or double
occupancy. The block of rooms will be open until October 1, 2014. When
calling please identify the group as “Georgia Regents University, Hinman
Lectureship.” The address for the Hilton Garden Inn, 2040 Sugarloaf Circle,
Duluth, GA 30097. 770-495-7600.
James C. Kessler, B.S., D.D.S.,
is a graduate of the
Oklahoma College of Dentistry and maintained a private
practice for 20 years. He is now in his 16th year of dental
education and has taught at the Medical University of
South Carolina, the University of Oklahoma, and served
as the Chairman of the Department of Education at the Pankey
Institute for Advanced Dental Education in Key Biscayne, Florida. In
2012 he returned to the University of Oklahoma to direct the newly
established Advanced Esthetics and Technology Program.
Dr. Kessler was honored as the 1987 and 2011 Alumnus of the Year for
the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. He has contributed
to four textbooks including the most recent fourth addition of
Shillingburg’s Fundamental of Fixed Prosthodontics and is past
president of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry.
Dr. Kessler enjoys producing technical illustrations and creates the
illustrations utilized in his presentations. An active lecturer for both
Dentists and Dental Laboratory Technician groups, he has presented
over 400 lectures throughout the United States as well as Canada,
Europe and Asia.
The College of Dental Medicine at Georgia
is an ADA CERP
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Association to assist dental professionals in
identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP
does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does
it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the
provider or to ADA CERP at ada.org/cerp
The College of Dental Medicine at Georgia Regents University
designates this activity for 7.0 continuing education credits.
01/01/14 – 12/31/17
The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are
accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of
acceptance extends from 01/01/14 – 12/31/17.
The registration fee, less $75 administrative charge, is refundable if notice of cancellation is received by October 11, 2014.