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Date
Location
Upcoming Event
September9/18/2014
- 12/31/2014
OSHA: A Short Review of the Big Three - Hepatitis/Aids/Tuberculosis
Instructions: Read and study the narrative. Complete the test and registration form at the end and mail along with registration fee. Course Description: This course will briefly review three diseases of importance to health care providers - hepatitis, AIDS, and tuberculosis. Many of the day-to-day efforts that practitioners employ to prevent patient and staff infections are of paramount importance when dealing with these potentially debilitating and deadly diseases.
9/19/2014
- 12/31/2014
Hepatitis - 1 Hour Self Study Course
Read and study the narrative. Complete the test and registration form at the end and mail along with registration fee. Course Description: This course will briefly review the major features of the disease hepatitis.
December12/12/2014
8:00 AM - 12/13/2014 12:00 PM
The Hyatt Regency Birmingham Wynfrey HotelFourth Annual Alabama Implant Symposium
Join us for the Fourth Annual Alabama Implant Symposium - Complications and Triumphs! Bring the family for a weekend of Christmas shopping at the Riverchase Galleria Mall while you learn from some of UAB’s outstanding faculty: Drs. Reddy, Geisinger, Geurs, Givan, Hsu, Kelly, Kinderknecht, Lemons, Liu, Louis, O’Neal, Sittiiavornwong, Vassilopoulos, Waite, and Wu. Contemporary dentistry offers many challenges in the management of seemingly simple and complex restorative cases. Thankfully there are many surgical and prosthetic options for the treatment of these patients. The clinician must navigate through a myriad of options to make the best decision for their patients.
January1/16/2015
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Embassy Suites - HooverLet's Grow Tooth . . . Excellent Clinical Dentistry Using Bioactive/Regenerative Materials
Let’s Grow Tooth… Excellent Clinical Dentistry Using Bioactive/Regenerative Materials Ever had a patient say “Doc, that tooth was never a problem until you fixed it”? Let’s stop the madness. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could make the tooth grow? With newer regenerative/bioactive materials we can stimulate dentin healing and self-repair in our direct and indirect restorations all while reducing sensitivity. These materials promote oral health by decreasing plaque, reduce bacterial accumulation, or promote cells to cause regeneration of tissues.
1/23/2015
8:00 AM - 1/24/2015 3:00 PM
UAB School of DentistryEvaluating and Handling Materials in Your Office: A Two-Day Handson Course
Part 1: Adhesives and Composites This course is designed for dentists who want a better understanding of the materials that they use in their office. The lecture component of the course will discuss the properties of dental materials that are relevant to clinical practice. The hands-on component of the course will focus on demonstrations of these properties. Additionally, participants can prepare samples with their materials or our materials and test selected properties with the equipment at the UAB Materials Testing facility.
1/30/2015
8:00 AM - 1/31/2015 5:00 PM
UAB School of DentistryA Review and Update in Minimal, Moderate, and Deep Sedation
This course is designed for dentists or physicians with previous training in minimal, moderate and/or deep sedation.
February2/27/2015
1:00 PM - 2/28/2015 5:00 PM
UAB School of DentistryBotox & Dermal Fillers for the Cosmetic Dentist
This course is designed for the dentist who is interested in safe, secure neurotoxin and dermal filler techniques presented in a lecture format. Clinical demonstrations will be performed in the anatomy lab. REQUIREMENTS: Licensed Dentist with a minimum of 5 yrs of clinical experience.
March3/5/2015
8:00 AM - 4/11/2015 3:00 PM
UAB School of DentistryAn Intensive Course in IV Sedation - 2015
Course Description: This course is designed to prepare the general dentist to incorporate techniques in intravenous conscious sedation into their practice. The course will include demonstrations, lectures, and an intensive mini-residency. There will be a total of 60 hours devoted to lecture and one week of clinical rotation (40 hours).





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