Fall Wine Weekend at Wintergreen Resort

Friday, September 29, 2017 - Friday, September 29, 2017


Continuing Education

The CE Program will occur 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM on Friday, September 29, 2017 and 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM on Saturday, September 30, 2017 for a total of 7.00 CEUs.


Audience: Open to All
AGD Code: 690
Format: Lecture, Case Presentation, Question and Answer Session


Day 1: Friday, September 29th

Speaker: Dr. George Deeb


Presentation One Title: Bone Grafting to Facilitate Implant Placement


Presentation Description: The preferred risk-based approach to periodontics means that there are patients who are more likely to get periodontal disease and those in whom it is more important to prevent it. This presentation will give you the knowledge and materials to identify, educate, motivate and treat these patients most effectively.

Educational Objectives: Upon completion of the presentation, participants should be able to:
• Review the biology of bone graft healing and the current grafting materials available to the dental practitioner.
• Review the procedures available to correct horizontal and vertical alveolar ridge defects.
• Review the procedures available for grafting the maxillary sinus to facilitate implant placement.

Presentation Two Title: Guided Implant Surgery


Presentation Description: The Guided Implant Surgery lecture will familiarize participants with the different types of guided surgery available to practitioners and present cases where guided surgery was utilized for implant placement.

Educational Objectives: Upon completion of the presentation, participants should be able to:
• Recite the different types of guided surgery currently available to the dental practitioner.
• Understand
how to treatment plan and execute guided surgery implant cases using currently available digital technology.

Day 2: Saturday, September 30th

Speaker: Dr. Janina Golob-Deeb


Presentation Title: Corrections of Soft Tissue in Esthetic and Prosthetic Rehabilitations


Presentation Description: Soft tissue presents an important component in achieving long-term success in prosthetic rehabilitations. Symmetry and esthetic outcomes in visible zone are a result of harmoniously integrated soft and hard tissue components. Ability to correctly diagnose and identify therapies for correction of deficiencies and asymmetry as well as correcting excess display of soft tissue component are key elements in esthetic rehabilitation. This presentation will give you the knowledge and materials to identify, educate, motivate and treat these patients most effectively.

Educational Objectives: Upon completion of the presentation, participants should be able to:
Review the diagnosis of soft tissue conditions in relation to restorative treatment.
Review the procedures available to correct soft tissue concerns available to the dental practitioner.
Review the materials available to correct soft tissue defects.


Speaker: Dr. Sompop Bencharit


Presentation Title: Computer-Aided Implant Treatment Planning and Guided Surgery


Presentation Description: Recent development of digital technology allows clinicians to develop treatment plan for implant surgery based on definitive prosthetic design. Commercially available intra-oral scanners and implant planning software allow us to accurately examine patient's soft and hard tissue in concert with the dental implants and planned prostheses. This presentation will provide an overview and update in digital technology from diagnosis, treatment planning, and implant surgery. Emphasis will be made on computer-aided implant planning and guided surgery. We will discuss the workflow of in office fabrication of implant surgical guides using current 3D printing technology. Case based scenarios will be used to discuss the treatment plans as well as surgical and prosthetic procedures.

Educational Objectives: Upon completion of the presentation, participants should be able to:
• Recognize the applications of digital technology for dental implant treatment planning.
• Understand the digital workflow for implant surgical treatment planning.
• Understand the laboratory process and clinical applications of 3D printing technology for implant surgical guide fabrication.
• Recognize clinical applications, benefits, risks and limitations of implant guided surgeries.


VCU School of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental 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. VCU School of Dentistry designates this activity for a total of 7.00 continuing education credits.

Conflict of Interest

In accordance with the ADA CERP Standard V, everyone involved in planning or presenting this educational activity will be required to disclose any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests and this information will be made available to participants at the start of the activity.

As a continuing education provider, the VCU School of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education is responsible for ensuring the content, quality and scientific integrity of all continuing dental education activities for which credit is provided. We are also responsible for taking steps to protect against and/or disclose any conflict of interest of the faculty/instructors presenting those courses.


Remaining Spaces: 9

Registration Ends: 9/26/2017 10:00 AM


PLEASE NOTE: All participants must provide their unique e-mail address (ashley@dentistoffice.com) during registration. To ensure your ability to participate in all aspects of this course, do not use generic office addresses that are shared by multiple recipients (frontdesk@dentistoffice.com).


Join us for an enjoyable weekend at the Wintergreen Resort in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains. The beautiful Wintergreen Resort offers numerous fun activities for everyone!


Pampering at the Spa at Wintergreen
45 holes of Championship golf
An aquatics & fitness center
The Zip line experience.
The Plunge Tubing Park
The Discovery Ridge Adventure Center


The weekend begins with a Welcome Reception on Thursday night. Friday's activities include three hours of continuing education, lunch and a wine tour to local wineries. Saturday begins with breakfast, four hours of CE followed by free time in the afternoon to explore the Wintergreen Resort.

Registration Fee

Friday Only: Breakfast, CE Program, Lunch, and Wine Tour

Saturday Only: Breakfast, and CE Program

The Whole Weekend: Thursday Welcome Reception, Breakfast and CE Program Friday & Saturday, Friday Lunch, and Wine Tour

Plus One: Guest enjoys Thursday Welcome Reception, Friday Lunch, and Wine Tour

Dentist Team Member Guest
Friday Package Only $349 $249
Saturday Package Only $289 $189
The Whole Weekend $449 $349
Plus One $199


VCU School of Dentistry Full-time & Adjunct Faculty Members, full-time employees, and residents are eligible for a discount on the continuing education program. Please contact the CE office for specific information.

Hotel Accommodations

The Wintergreen Resort will be the venue for our weekend.

Click here for directions

Lodging accommodations are available Tuesday, September 26th through Monday, October 2nd at our contracted rate. You may choose from the selections below. Prices include a 10% resort fee and 10.3% sales tax.

Click here to open information on the Lodge Room - $199 per night

Click here to open information on the Two Bedroom Condo - $299 per night

*A two night minimum stay is required*

Cancellations and Refunds

The Office of Continuing Education reserves the right to end registration when the enrollment limit is reached and to cancel, modify or alter content, faculty or location for any course if circumstances indicate such a change is advisable. If the Office of Continuing Education finds it necessary to cancel a course, a full refund will be issued. No travel expenses will be refunded to the registrant in the event of course cancellation or cancellation of any registration.

Full registration refunds are issued if the registrant cancels in writing two weeks prior to a course. Cancellations processed during the two weeks prior to course date will be refunded registration minus a late cancellation fee of $75. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received three days prior to the day of the course or in the event of a no-show. Select courses may have individually specific cancellation fees and polices. These policies will be listed in the print materials (brochures, fliers, etc.) and on the individual course Web page.

A $50 fee will be assessed for all returned payments. Returned payments include returned checks and dishonored credit or debit card payments.

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