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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.
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.
1/30/2015
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.
February2/7/2015
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Hyatt Regency Birmingham Wynfrey HotelA Showcase Evening of Student Talent
The 3rd Annual Showcase Evening featuring students from UAB School of Dentistry will take place on Saturday, February 7th at the Hyatt Regency Wynfrey Hotel. Come enjoy the show as UAB's dental students display their talents with song, dance, music and comedy. Short films written and directed by students will also be featured. For those of you who didn’t make it last year, ask about it from someone who did attend. This is a professionally presented evening that will make you unbelievably proud of our students, our school and our profession. Over 200 people attended last year to rave reviews. This is an event that you will not want to miss and will undoubtedly become a regular part of your Alumni Weekend experience. Come once and you’ll never miss another one! It’s that good!
2/13/2015
8:00 AM - 2/14/2015 3:00 PM
UAB School of DentistryEvaluating and Handling Materials in Your Office: A Two-Day Handson Course
The course is a two day, in-depth lecture and hands-on course in Dental Composites and Adhesives. Dr. John Burgess, the Assistant Dean for Clinical Research and Head of the Division of Biomaterials, will be lecturing on new composite and adhesive materials, their indications and best clinical utilization techniques. Anterior, flowable, and bulk-fill composites as well as universal bonding materials are among the materials to be covered as well as matrix systems, wedges and bio-active liners.
2/27/2015
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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