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Courses Dental Professionals - Illinois State Dental Society

Continuing Education

for the Entire

Team

2012

Courses for

Dental Professionals

2012 is a

licensure

year!

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Illinois State Dental Society

Committee on Dental Education

Committee Members:

Peter Pirmann, DDS, Chair

Charles Borden, DDS

Nikki Carls, RDH

Nezar Kassem, DDS

Peggy Richardson, DDS

Stacey Van Scoyoc, DDS

Kathy Ridley

Director

Kara Manfredo

Education and Conference

Services Assistant

Janell Marshall

Education and Membership

Assistant

Courses are held

throughout Illinois

Remember to use your $25

Continuing Education Voucher

For more information on the

expanded duties of dental auxiliary,

please refer to www.isds.org.

2012

2012 Illinois State Dental Society Continuing Education for the Entire Dental Team

January

7 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 8

11, 12 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10

March

9, 10 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10

10 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 8

10 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide - Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11

14, 15 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10

April

11, 12, 18 & 19 ~ Local Anesthesia Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9

13 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11

21 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 8

25 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11

May

11 ~ Oral Pathology for the Joy of It: You are the Object of My Infection – Mt. Vernon, IL . . . . . .Page 3

June

27, 28 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10

September

19, 20, 26 & 27 ~ Local Anesthesia Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9

22 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 8

28 ~ Avoid Liability: Know Your Patient’s Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment! –

Champaign, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4, 5

29 ~ U of I vs. Penn State Football game and Tailgate – Champaign, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5

October

10, 11 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10

16 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11

November

2 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide - Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

10 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

16, 17 ~ Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course – Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

17 ~ Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant – Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

17 ~ Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide - Alton, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Clinical Certification Courses for the Dental Auxiliary

Coronal Polishing and Application of Pit/Fissure Sealant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

Local Anesthesia Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

Administration and Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Lecture Courses for the Dental Team

Avoid Liability: Know Your Patient’s Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Oral Pathology for the Joy of It: You are the Object of my Infection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Cancellation Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 6


Oral Pathology for the Joy of It:

You are the Object of My Infection

Lecture Course for the Entire Dental Team

Target Audience: Dentists, Registered Dental Hygienists,

Dental Assistants and Front Office Staff

Friday, May 11, 2012

6 CE Credits

Holiday Inn ~ Mt. Vernon, IL

222 Potomac Boulevard • Mount Vernon, IL

For Sleeping Room Reservations, call 618-244-7100

8:00 am Registration

8:30 am to 4:00 pm Course

Continental breakfast and lunch are provided

Get ready to laugh, learn and make a difference in the lives of your patients.

Experience a day of oral pathology unlike any you’ve ever had! Dr. Svirsky is a storyteller extraordinaire whose subject just happens to be lumps, bumps, and

lesions. Oral diseases are dramatized with emphasis on recognition, diagnosis, and treatment with conventional and non-conventional remedies. Things you have

forgotten since dental school are presented in vivid color. Pre-malignant and malignant lesions along with new diagnostic techniques will be introduced. Lesions

seen more often as “boomers” get older and “dryer” such as herpes, aphthous ulcerations, Candidiasis, erosions and dry mouth will be reviewed with current

treatment modalities presented.

This day-long program will be presented in Dr. Svirsky’s interactive, entertaining, and often risqué style. Dr. Svirsky makes oral pathology FUN!

Objectives:

• Demonstrate a logical approach to the diagnosis of oral lesions.

• Recognize, diagnose and determine a treatment plan for selected oral diseases.

• Integrate therapeutic regimens used to treat oral diseases encountered in dental practices.

• Distinguishing good from bad.

• Manage xerostomia in our aging population.

• Applying practical clinical information immediately applicable to everyday practice.

Fees:

$150 Staff

$275 Member Dentist

$500 Non-Member Dentist

Course Presented by Dr. John Svirsky

Dr. John Svirsky is a board certified oral and maxillofacial pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, Virginia.

He received his dental degree in 1973 from VCU and went on to complete a general practice residency at Long Island Jewish Medical

Center/Queens Hospital Center, as well as an oral pathology residency from the Catholic Medical Center.

He is currently a professor of oral and maxillofacial pathology and maintains a private practice in oral medicine and oral

pathology. Dr. Svirsky has developed a broad background in research, published numerous articles in the dental literature, and earned a

master’s degree in adult education. He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. Dr. Svirsky is a

honorary member of the Thomas P. Hinman Dental Society

The Illinois State Dental Society 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 board of dentistry.

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Avoid Liability: Know Your Patient’s Medications

and Their Impact on Dental Treatment!

Lecture Course for the Entire Dental Team

Target Audience: Dentists, Registered Dental Hygienists,

Dental Assistants and Front Office Staff

Friday, September 28

6 CE Credits

Hilton Garden Inn

1501 S. Neil Street • Champaign, IL

For Sleeping Room Reservations, call 217-352-9970

8:00 am Registration

8:30 am to 4:00 pm Course

Continental breakfast & lunch provided

This program covers the indications, contraindications, and side effects of the most

common physician-prescribed medications. Are there any medications used in my

dental office that could adversely interact with drugs the patient is taking?

Do any of the patient’s medications cause adverse oral manifestations? What is the

most common and best oral analgesic to treat dental pain? What are the current

recommendations for antibiotic prophylaxis for patients with an orthopedic

prosthesis or heart problems who are receiving an invasive dental procedure?

These questions and more will be answered in this fast paced and entertaining

presentation and will provide the dental practitioner with a better

appreciation for the health profile of today’s dental patient and avoid liability

when providing dental treatment.

Some of the things you will learn:

• The medications that could adversely interact with dental drugs.

• Why your patient is taking their medications.

• What oral side effects may be caused by these drugs.

• The maximum doses for commonly prescribed pain medications.

• The antibiotic of choice for SBE prophylaxis.

• How to combine analgesics to maximize their effectiveness.

Mark your calendars and tell your staff you’re taking them to

Champaign for the weekend of September 28 & 29. Come for the

continuing education course and stay for the U of I vs. Penn State

football game on Saturday, September 29. The course will be held at

the Hilton Garden Inn, where a block of sleeping rooms have been

reserved for ISDS members and staff.

Fees:

$150 Staff

$275 Member Dentist

$500 Non-Member Dentist

Illinois State Dental Society designates this activity for 6 continuing

education credits.


Join us for U of I Football!

Harold L. Crossley, D.D.S., Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland Dental School. A native of Rhode Island,

Dr. Crossley received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island in 1964. He later was

awarded the Master of Science (1970) and Doctorate degrees (1972) in Pharmacology. The University of Maryland Dental

School in Baltimore awarded Dr. Crossley the D.D.S. degree in 1980. The liaison between the classroom and his dental practice

which he mentored on a part-time basis in the Dental School Intramural Faculty Practice produced a practical approach to

understanding the pharmacology of drugs used in the dental office.

Dr. Crossley has co-authored a number of articles and four books dealing with a variety of topics within the field of

pharmacology. Other areas of expertise include the pharmacology of street drugs and chemical dependency. He serves on

the Maryland State Dental Association’s Well-Being Committee. He is an active member of Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Kappa

Upsilon Honorary Dental Society, the American College of Dentists, and International College of Dentists. He was the recipient

of the 2008 Gordon Christensen Lecturer Recognition award, presented by the Chicago Dental Society. He has been a consultant

for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration and other law enforcement agencies since 1974. Drawing on this

unique background, Dr. Crossley has become nationally and internationally recognized as an expert on street drugs and

chemical dependency as well as the clinical pharmacology of dental drugs.

Join your colleagues for the first University of Illinois Big 10 conference game of the season with

Penn State Nittany Lions on September 29.

All ticket holders are invited to the ISDS tent located in the U of I official tailgate area two hours prior to kick-off for a tailgate party complete with food

and beverages. Purchase your tickets now for $70, this price includes a ticket to the football game and ISDS tailgate party. Already have tickets to the

game? Purchase a tailgate only ticket for $30 and join us for food, drinks and fun prior to the game.

Hotel rooms are scarce in Champaign/Urbana during football season. ISDS made special arrangements with Hilton Garden Inn and reserved a limited

number of rooms for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings for $179 per room. All reservations for these rooms must be made through the hotel

(217/352-9970). Again, these rooms are limited so call today and ask for the Illinois State Dental Society room block.

The Illinois State Dental Society 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 board of dentistry.

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Beginning in October 2006, the dental licensure renewal period extended from two years to three. This change affects both dentists and

dental hygienists. Continuing education (CE) requirements have been increased by one-third, and dentists will be required to show proof of

a minimum of 48 hours of continuing education over the three-year licensing period. Hygienists will be required to show proof of 36 hours

of continuing education over the three-year period.

As an Illinois licensed dental professional, it is your responsibility to keep evidence of your CE activities for five (5) years following the

license renewal in the event you are audited by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Division of Professional

Regulation. You should maintain your CE records in the same manner in which you keep Internal Revenue Service records.

CE sponsors are responsible for providing a proof of attendance and shall maintain attendance records for at least five

years. The proof of attendance shall contain the following:

• The name and address of the sponsor;

• The name, address and license number of the participant;

• A brief statement of the subject matter;

• The number of hours attended;

• An indication of whether the program fulfills CE requirements for dentist, dental hygienist or both;

• The date and place of the program; and

• The signature of the sponsor.

CE credit may be earned for completion of an individual study course (correspondence, audio or video course) sponsored by an approved

Illinois sponsor. Such courses shall include a test that the licensee must pass to obtain credit. No more than 50% of the required CE credit

hours during a prerenewal period may be acquired through correspondence/self study courses.

Also note, courses not acceptable for CE include, but are not limited to, estate planning, financial planning, investments and personal health.

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Illinois Dental Professional CE Record-Keeping

The Illinois State Dental Society no longer maintains members’ individual CE records. For your convenience, we have

prepared a form to log your CE credits on page 7. Store this sheet and your CE records in a file folder in the event of an audit. Feel

free to make additional copies of the log sheet.

For more information on Illinois CE requirements, please visit our website, www.isds.org or contact our office at 800/475-4737.

Cancellation/Refund Policy for ALL ISDS courses:

2012 is a

licensure

year!

ISDS reserves the right to cancel a course. In the case of course cancellation, your fee will be fully refunded or transferred to the next

course date. Individual cancellations received at least 15 days prior to the course will receive a full refund. After this period, only an

85% refund will be given. Cancellations must be made prior to the day of the course to receive the 85% refund. No refunds will be

granted for no-shows. A course credit will be given due to illness and weather conditions.


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Coronal Polishing & Pit/Fissure Sealants

Clinical Certification Course for Dental Auxiliary–Target Audience: Dental Assistants

January 7 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL FULL

March 10 – SIU School of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

April 21 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

September 22 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

November 10 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

November 17 – SIU School of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

All courses are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Continental breakfast and lunch are provided

This course will provide dental assistants with the proper educational requirements as stated in Illinois law for application of

pit and fissure sealants and coronal polishing which includes didactic study in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and dental

emergencies followed by a written exam. This course will also include two hours of clinical experience on pit and fissure

sealants and two hours on coronal polishing. The clinical instruction on coronal polishing will include work performed on a

human subject.

Each participant must agree to act as a patient for coronal polishing. In addition, each participant must follow the

OSHA guidelines for infection control and use of clinical Personal Protective Equipment (i.e., gloves, mask, eyewear and

clinic gown).

At completion of this course and prior to being permitted to perform these expanded functions in Illinois,

the dental assistant must meet the following requirements:

Dental assistant is 18 years of age and has been working as a dental assistant for at least 1,000 hours.

• The supervising dentist must personally observe the successful placement of six sealants on a patient(s) by the dental assistant.

• Successful participant will receive a certificate of completion.

Fees:

$315 Member or member dentist staff

$500 Non-member dentist staff

Instructors: Dr. Dickey, Dr. Schwenk, Barbara Davis, RDH, Dr. Perry, Dr. Bryniarski, Katherine Lutz, RDH

For All Dental Auxiliary Training Courses: Class size is limited and registration will be taken on first-come, first-served basis.


Local Anesthesia

Clinical Certification Course for Dental Auxiliary–Target Audience: Dental Hygienists

April 11, 12, 18 & 19 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago

September 19, 20, 26 & 27 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago

All courses are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Continental breakfast and lunch are provided

This four-day course will satisfy the State of Illinois expanded function training requirements to allow registered dental hygienists

to administer local anesthesia under the general supervision of a licensed dentist.

Course content provides a review of necessary knowledge on the uses and potential complications of administering local

anesthesia. A pre-course reading assignment from Dr. Stanley F. Malamed’s Handbook of Local Anesthesia (4 th or 5 th

edition) assures a foundation of understanding that is reinforced by lectures. Topics include the local anesthesia armamentarium,

neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, pharmacology of vasonconscriptors, mandibular and maxillary anatomy, the trigeminal nerve,

possible complications, post-treatment instructions, and accurate record keeping.

• Lab practice sessions emphasize grasp and technique and use sensor-active Frasaco/Practicon manikins and other injection

placement exercises.

• Injection instruction occurs in clinic and involves supervised administration of maxillary, mandibular and block injections

using xylocaine 2%, mepivicaine 3%, and topical benzocaine.

• In clinic, participants must agree to receive, as well as administer, injections in the clinic. Hygienists who are in the first trimester

of pregnancy or at medical risk for any other reason should seek the consent of their primary physician before registering.

• Course size is limited to 24 persons per session. While a test of basic knowledge based on pre-course reading is given on the

first course day, successful course completion is based solely on competency demonstrated in the clinic.

Fees:

$825 ISDS Dental Hygienist Member

$850 Non-member

Fees are payable in full two weeks prior to course date and include continental breakfast and lunch and course handouts.

(The Malamed text is not included in the fee and must be independently purchased.)

ISDS member dental hygienists can use their $25 CE voucher for this course.

Instructors: Dr. Flick, Dr. Miloro, Dr. Kolokythas, Dr. Skiba

The Illinois State Dental Society is an approved provider of continuing education in the State of Illinois. Illinois dental hygienists will earn 32 continuing education

credits when completing this course.

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Anesthesia/Sedation Assistant Monitoring

Clinical Certification Course for Dental Auxiliary–Target Audience: Dental Assistants & Hygienists

January 11, 12 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

March 9, 10 – SIU School of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

March 14, 15 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

June 27, 28 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

October 10, 11 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

November 16, 17 – SIU School of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

Course time will be announced on confirmation.

Continental breakfast and lunch are provided

12 Hour Course

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Fees:

$420 ISDS member

dentist staff

$600 Non-member

dentist staff

This course is offered as a continuing education experience for dental assistants who work in dental or oral surgery offices in the State of

Illinois where sedation or general anesthesia is administered. The course is designed to meet the requirements of the Illinois Dental Practice

Act and the Rules Administering the Dental Practice Act. This course includes both lecture and clinical exposure which is completed at one

of the two dental schools in Illinois. A certificate of completion will be issued upon course completion.

Prerequisite: Current CPR/BLS certificate.

Course Objectives and Competencies:

• The assistant will become familiar with the anatomy and physiology involved with monitoring and airway maintenance in the

sedated dental patient.

• The assistant will obtain a basic understanding of the physiology of the respiratory, cardiovascular and neurological systems

as they relate to anesthesia and sedation.

• The assistant will become familiar with the health questionnaire and its application for the evaluation of the patient undergoing

anesthesia/sedation and be able to link this information to the ASA classification.

• The assistant will develop an understanding of the levels of sedation/anesthesia and be able to recognize these levels in the

patient under dental sedation.

• The assistant will acquire the skills required for monitoring the sedated patient, including monitoring of blood pressure,

pulse, respirations temperature and level of consciousness.

• The assistant will learn to operate automated monitoring devices including the EKG and pulse-oximeter.

• The assistant will learn to complete the anesthesia record and make appropriate monitoring entries during the procedure

and during recovery.

• The assistant will learn basic management protocols for anesthesia related emergencies and become more competent in

assisting the dentist in their management.

Instructors: Dr. Flick, Dr. Milano, Dr. Punwani, Dr. Salzmann, Dr. Rawson and Dr. Misischia


Nitrous Oxide Monitoring & Administration

Clinical Certification Course for Dental Auxiliary: Target Audience: Dental Assistants & Dental Hygienists

March 10 – SIU College of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

April 13 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

April 25 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

October 16 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

November 2 – UIC College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL

November 17 – SIU School of Dental Medicine, Alton, IL

Time to be announced on confirmation

Continental breakfast and lunch are provided

6 hour course

This course for monitoring and administration of nitrous oxide by the

allied dental personnel will be designed to meet the certification

requirements of the state of Illinois for expanded functions. This course

will include both didactic and clinical components in the monitoring and

administration of nitrous oxide and advanced airway management. It will

provide instruction in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and dental

emergencies, as they relate to the use of Nitrous Oxide in the dental

office. This course is open to all qualified dental assistants for

monitoring and dental hygienists for administering. After successful

completion of this course the dental assistant can return to the private

office and provide expanded function for the dental team and the

monitoring of nitrous oxide, while the dental hygienists will be able to

start and stop the flow of gas.

Prerequisite: Must be currently certified in BLS for healthcare providers or its equivalent. A copy of your current BLS

card must accompany registration form.

Fee:

$220 ISDS Member or member dentist staff

$400 Non-member or non-member dentist staff

The Illinois State Dental Society is an approved provider of continuing education in the state of Illinois.

Illinois dental hygienists will earn 6 continuing education credits when completing this course.

Instructors: Dr. Punwani, Dr. Salzmann, and Dr. Goebel

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Auxiliary Course Instructors

Coronal Polishing & Pit/Fissure Sealants

Dr. Keith Dickey

Dr. Dickey attended Indiana University School of Dentistry.

He is an associate professor and Director for Continuing

Education and Alumni Services at Southern Illinois

University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Dickey is also a

Past President of the Illinois State Dental Society

and maintains a private practice of general dentistry in

East Alton, IL.

Dr. Debra Schwenk

Dr. Schwenk is currently Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs

at Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine

(SIU SDM), her alma mater, where she has taught full-time

for ten years and part-time for ten years. Previously, she

was Section Head of Community Dentistry and

coordinated the school’s community outreach activities,

which included teaching preventive procedures such as

sealants and coronal polishing to dental students. Previous to her full-time

teaching commitment, she owned her own general practice in Alton, Illinois.

She received a Master’s in Public Administration from SIUE in 2003.

Barbara Davis, RDH

Ms. Barbara Davis is a part-time clinical instructor at Lewis

and Clark Community College dental hygiene program and

recently retired as a dental hygienist at SIU School of

Dental Medicine after 25 years of service.

Dr. Richard Perry

Dr. Perry is retired as a faculty member at the University

of Illinois College of Dentistry where he served as clinical

associate professor in the Department of Restorative

Dentistry. He also served as clinic director of the

predoctoral university clinics. Dr. Perry is also a

Past President of the Illinois State Dental Society.

He currently practices in Oak Park.

Dr. James Bryniarski

Dr. Bryniarski is a 1978 graduate of the University of

Illinois College of Dentistry. He has been in private practice

in Chicago since 1978 and Clinical Assistant Professor in

the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the U of I College

of Dentistry since 1982. He is very active in his local

component, Chicago Dental Society and West Side Branch,

has served as President of his Branch and as Program Chair

for the CDS 2009 Midwinter Meeting. He is also Past President and Director of

the Dental Arts Club of Chicago.

Katherine Lutz, RDH

Katherine Lutz graduated from Prairie State College in 1991

with an Associate degree in Dental Hygiene. She is in her 20 th

year of practice. Currently she practices part-time in Oak

Park and River Forest, Illinois. She has been an instructor for

ISDS Expanded Duties Dental Course on Coronal Polishing

and Application of Pit and Fissure Sealants since its inception

in 2001. Over the years, Katherine has been involved in

dental health education at the grade school her children attend.

Local Anesthesia

Dr. William G. Flick

Dr. Flick has been on the part-time teaching faculty of the

UIC College of Dentistry since 1993, and has held prior

teaching appointments at Loyola University (1984-1993),

Cook County Hospital (1980-1984), and with the U.S. Air

Force (1977-1979). Dr. Flick has maintained an active

private practice in Chicago since 1979. After receiving his

BS and DDS degrees from the University of Illinois at

Chicago, and completing a residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Cook

County Hospital, Dr. Flick earned a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from

the UIC school of Public Health.

Dr. Michael Miloro

Dr. Miloro received his DMD degree from Tufts University

Dental School, and received his MD degree, General

Surgery internship, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

certificate from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Miloro

served on the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery faculty of The

Ohio State University, and was Program Director at the

University of Maryland at Baltimore. He spent seven years

at the University of Nebraska Medical Center as the Chief and Program Director

of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Miloro is a Diplomate of the American

Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and he serves on the Examination

Committee of ABOMS. Dr. Miloro is a Fellow of the American College of

Surgeons. He is currently head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at University

of Illinois Chicago Dental School.

Dr. Antonia Kolokythas

Dr. Kolokythas received her DDS from the University of

Thessalonica School of Dental Medicine in Greece in 1995,

and she joined the University of Illinois at Chicago

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1997. Dr.

Kolokythas completed an internship and residency in Oral

and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Illinois at

Chicago between 1997 and 2004, where she earned her

Certificate in Oral Surgery. Following her residency in Chicago, Dr. Kolokythas

completed a Fellowship in Head and Neck Oncology at the University of

Maryland at Baltimore. Dr. Kolokythas joined the University of California at

San Francisco as an Assistant Clinical Professor, and Fellow of Oncology, in the

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery between 2005 and 2006. Dr.

Kolokythas joined the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of OMS as

full time faculty in 2008.


Auxiliary Course Instructors

Dr. Thomas Skiba

Dr. Skiba earned a BSD and DDS from the University of

Illinois at Chicago. Following military service with the US

Army in Vietnam, he returned and completed a residency in

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at UIC and earned a MS degree

in OMS. He enjoyed private practice in Crystal Lake, Illinois

and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin following residency for thirty

two years. Dr. Skiba joined the faculty of the UIC College of

Dentistry in 2009. He teaches both undergraduates and OMS residents. He is

course director of the Dental Medicine course and for Dental Hygiene

Pharmacology. He is also the Director of the Undergraduate Oral Surgery Clinic.

Nitrous Oxide Monitoring and Administration

Dr. Indru Punwani

Dr. Punwani earned a DDS from the University of Bombay,

India; his MSD in pediatric dentistry from the University of

Pittsburgh; and a second DDS from the University of Bergen,

Norway.

A faculty member at the University of Illinois at Chicago

College of Dentistry Department of Pediatric Dentistry since

1972, he served as Post-Graduate Program Director for 25 years, and has been

Department Head since 1981. He also is a Clinical Professor in the UIC College of

Medicine Department of Pediatrics and is Chief of the Dental Service of the

University of Illinois Medical Center of Chicago. Dr. Punwani has authored

research abstracts and book chapters; presented nationally and internationally;

and mentored and provided research guidance to students and residents.

Dr. Larry Salzmann

Dr. Larry Salzmann received his DDS degree from

Northwestern University Dental School in 1979. After briefly

practicing in the Chicago area, he moved to Salt Lake City,

where he completed a Certificate Program in Pediatric

Dentistry at the Primary Children’s Medical Center in 1982.

Dr. Salzmann accepted a teaching position at Northwestern

University Dental School in the summer of 1982 where he

remained until the school closed in May of 2001. Dr. Salzmann is the

Predoctoral Program Director for Pediatric Dentistry at the UIC College of

Dentistry. He has maintained a private practice in Chicago for over 20 years.

Dr. William Goebel

Dr. Goebel is a Professor and former head of the section of

Diagnostic Sciences, Southern Illinois University School of

Dental Medicine. He holds staff positions at two hospitals

and conducts a private practice in addition to teaching duties

with responsibilities in the areas of Diagnosis, Medicine,

Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Anxiolysis.

He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, contributed

chapters in several books and has been invited to lecture at meetings throughout

the United States. He received his DDS and MSD degrees in Oral Diagnosis and

Oral Medicine from Indiana University School of Dentistry.

Anesthesia/Sedation

Dr. William G. Flick

Dr. Michael Miloro

Dr. Larry Salzmann

Dr. Indru Punwani

For all Dental Auxiliary Courses

Class size is limited and registration will be taken on first-come, first-served basis.

Visit www.isds.org for more information:

Dental auxiliary training requirements

• Prohibited Procedures of Dental Hygienists and Assistants

• Continuing Education Requirements

• Approved CE courses in the state of Illinois

• And much more!

Dr. Kenneth G. Rawson

Dr. Rawson is a 2005 graduate of Southern Illinois University

School of Dental Medicine and a member of the Madison

District Dental Society. As a board-certified pediatric dentist,

he serves as Section Head, Pediatric Dentistry, and Assistant

Professor, Pediatric Dentistry, at Southern Illinois School of

Dental Medicine.

Dr. Art J. Misischia

Dr. Misischia is Section Head and Clinical Associate Professor,

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, at SIU School of Dental

Medicine. He also serves as Adjunct Associate Professor, St.

Louis University, Department of Endodontics/Periodontics. Dr.

Misischia is a diplomate of both the American Board of Oral

and Maxillofacial Surgeons and the National Dental Board of

Anesthesiology.

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ISDS Meetings & Events

National Children’s Dental

Health Month

Rock Your Smile, February 2012

Give Kids A Smile Day

Friday, February 3

ISDS President-Elect’s Conference

For incoming officers of

components, branches and

specialty groups

April 13, Springfield

ISDS Capital Conference

Dentistry: Caring Hands

with a Mission

April 25-26

Hilton, Springfield

ISDS CE Course

Oral Pathology for the Joy of It:

You are the Object of My Infection

Dr. John A Svirsky

May 11, Mt. Vernon

ISDS Capital Conference

April 25-26

Dentistry: Caring Hands with a Mission

Hilton, Springfield

Join your colleagues for a Wednesday morning legislative briefing

followed by a bus trip to the State Capitol. The trip to the Capitol

gives members an opportunity to visit their legislators. After

returning to the hotel, an awards luncheon and general session

will be held.

148 th ISDS Annual Session

September 6-9

Dentistry: Caring Hands with a Mission

Renaissance, Schaumburg

Annual Session gives members the opportunity to participate in the

decision making process of the House of Delegates, exchange ideas

and join colleagues in business and social aspects of the society.

Questions about Capital Conference or Annual Session?

Contact Kara Manfredo at kmanfredo@isds.org.

2 nd Illinois Mission of Mercy

June 8-9

Lake County Fairgrounds, Grayslake

148 th ISDS Annual Session

Dentistry: Caring Hands

with a Mission

September 6-9

Renaissance, Schaumburg

ISDS CE Course/Fall Football

Weekend

Avoid Liability: Know Your Patient’s

Medications and Their Impact on

Dental Treatment!

Dr. Harold Crossley

September 28, Champaign

September 29, ISDS Tailgate

and U of I game

ISDS Board of Trustees Meetings

March 14-15, Springfield

June 13-14, Springfield

September 6, 9, Schaumburg

December 12-13, Springfield

The most current event

information on state, local,

branch and specialty meetings

is available on our Events

Calendar at www.ISDS.org.

Stay up-to-date on the latest ISDS

courses, meetings & events.

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!

A legislative reception will take place where members can

socialize with their legislators and colleagues.

On Thursday morning, a breakfast with keynote speaker is

scheduled followed by several additional presentations in the

general session.

Other dental organizations and specialty groups, including

DENT-IL-PAC, Governor’s Club, Alliance of the Illinois State Dental

Society, and International American College of Dentistry hold

meetings in conjunction with the ISDS Annual Session.


Registration Form

r Dentist r Dental Hygienist r Dental Assistant r Other______________

r Dental Lab Technician

ADA or ISDS Member #

First Name: Last Name:

Confirm to my: r Practice r Home

Address: Suite:

City: State: Zip:

Phone:

Fax:

e-mail:

Dental Assistants - Please provide employer dentist name:

Dietary Preference?

r None r Vegan r No beef r No dairy r Other_________________

Course Title & Date Fee

Less CE Voucher

Balance Due $

Check #_________________, payable to Illinois State Dental Society

Charge? r Mastercard r Visa r American Express r Discover

Card # Security Code:

Credit Card Mailing Address:

Signature: Exp. Date:

See Page 6 for Cancellation Policy.

To Register:

Quickest & Easiest Way:

On-line at www.isds.org

Mail:

Illinois State Dental Society

P.O. Box 376

Springfield, IL 62705

Fax:

217/525-8872 with

MasterCard, Visa

American Express or

Discover

Phone:

Call 800/475-4737

Kathy Ridley

Director

Kara Manfredo

Education and Conference

Services Assistant

Janell Marshall

Education and Membership

Assistant

Courses are held

throughout Illinois

Remember to use your $25

Continuing Education Voucher

For more information on the

expanded duties of dental auxiliary,

please refer to www.isds.org.


P.O. Box 376

Springfield, IL 62705

Accommodations:

Near SIU School of Dental Medicine

Holiday Inn

3800 Homer Adams Parkway

Alton, IL

618/462-1220

Ask for the “SIU School of Dental Medicine” rate.

Near UIC College of Dentistry

The Marriott at the Medical District/UIC

625 S Ashland Ave

Chicago, IL 312-491-1234

Offers a “UIC Guest Rate”

Hotel is within walking distance of College

Crowne Plaza Chicago Metro

Madison & Halsted

800-2-CROWNE

Offers a special rate to “UIC Guests”

ADA members can receive special member rates on

Chicago hotels by making reservations through the

ADA. Simply log onto www.ada.org and select

“Member Center” under “Member Benefits” select

“Chicago Hotel Reservations.”

PRESORT STANDARD

US POSTAGE PAID

SPRINGFIELD, IL

PERMIT NO. 575

SIU School of Dental Medicine – Located at

2800 College Avenue in Alton right off

of Route 140. The Amtrak station is within

one mile of the College for convenient

transportation from other Amtrak communities.

Free parking is available on Saturday

in the Clinic Parking Lot. More information

is sent with course confirmation.

UIC College of Dentistry – Located at 801 S.

Paulina near Little Italy, Greektown, and the

United Center, UIC is just a few miles from

downtown Chicago, Union and Metra stations.

The campus is easily reached via I-90

(Roosevelt-Taylor) or I-290 and I-55

(Damen/Ashland). An hourly rate public

parking ramp is located at Paulina and Taylor

Streets. Blue Line rapid transit service

(Douglas-Cermak Extension) is available

weekdays and weekends between the Medical

Center Station at Polk and Paulina Streets and

O’Hare Airport.

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