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  • Transplant Before Implant

    Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s)

    Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi, DDS, PhD|Implant is wonderful, but transplant is much more. In this presentation, the advantages of ATT over implant are discussed with showing plenty of cases.

    CE: 0

    Description: Implant is wonderful, but transplant is much more. In this presentation, the advantages of ATT over implant are discussed with showing plenty of cases.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Describe advantages of ATT over implant.

    - Discuss Intentional replantation and surgical extrusion. 


    Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi, DDS, PhD

    Dr. Tsukiboshi is a graduate of Osaka University School of Dentistry in 1976. He earned a PhD in dental materials from Kyoto University in 1980 and has been engaged in private practice since 1981. Dr. Tsukiboshi’s interest in dental traumatology and autotransplantation has led to extensive clinical involvement, course presentations and publications. Dr. Tsukiboshi has lectured extensively on dental trauma and autotransplantation; he has authored many articles and two textbooks, one on dental trauma in 1998 and one on autotransplantation in 2000. The books have been published in several languages, including English. Dr. Tsukiboshi is a visiting lecturer at Osaka University and Loma Linda University since 1998 and is the President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology in 2009 and 2010. Dr. Tsukiboshi is certified as an adjunctive assistant professor of Western University in USA since 2012 and a clinical professor of the dental school of Tohoku University since 2015.

    Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi, DDS, PhD

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Oral and Maxillofacial Injuries – Beyond the Teeth

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 1.25 credits offered

    Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi, DDS, PhD| The lecture will give an overview of examination and emergency management of patients presenting with bone and soft tissue injuries and present some epidemiologic data on the relation of oral injuries to body injuries and consequences for the society.

    CE: 1.25

    Description: When dentists are facing patients with injuries to the oral region it is important not only to have knowledge on how to diagnose and treat traumatic dental injuries but also be up to date on principles how patients with soft tissue injuries and bone fractures in the oral and maxillofacial region are diagnosed and managed today. The lecture will give an overview of examination and emergency management of patients presenting with bone and soft tissue injuries and present some epidemiologic data on the relation of oral injuries to body injuries and consequences for the society.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Describe the epidemiology and consequences of oral injuries in relation to body injuries.

    - Examine, diagnose and have understanding how bone and soft tissue injuries are treated today.

    - Discuss how to avoid and manage some complications with patients.

    Lars Andersson, DDS, PhD, Dr. Odont

    Dr. Andersson completed undergraduate and research training at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden and became Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 1981. He defended his doctoral thesis in 1988 on experimental and clinical studies on replantation of teeth and was appointed Docent in 1990. In the 1990s he chaired a national specialist training program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and directed an international implant training program. During the period 2002-2017, he was Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Kuwait University and since 2018 at Malmö University, Sweden. His main areas of clinical and research interests are trauma, orthognathic and implant surgery and he has published more than hundred articles in international Medline indexed scientific journals. Dr. Andersson has been textbook editor of four textbooks and chapter author in several textbooks in the fields of both Trauma and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He was Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal, Dental Traumatology from 2007-2015 and President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology 2011-2014.

    Lars Andersson, DDS, PhD, Dr. Odont

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Primary teeth – Extract? Retain? Replace?

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 0.75 credits offered

    Anne O'Connell| The dentist has to consider many options to achieve these outcomes but may encounter barriers to achieving success along the way. The objective of this talk will be to explore the various factors that influence decision making for a young child following a dental injury.

    CE: 0.75

    Description: Immediate and long-term complications can occur following an injury to primary teeth that may also have detrimental effect on the developing dentition. Clinical decisions on the best treatment for the tooth has to be balanced with best management option for the child. Preservation of the primary incisor in an aesthetic position until eruption of the unaffected successor is the intended outcome. Developing a positive attitude to the dental setting in the child and parents is also critical to maintain follow up visits and to prepare the child to be a motivated dental attendee throughout their lifetime. The dentist has to consider many options to achieve these outcomes but may encounter barriers to achieving success along the way. The objective of this talk will be to explore the various factors that influence decision making for a young child following a dental injury.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Identity options for each injury type

    - Define an empathetic approach in sharing information with the parents

    - Diagnose the various dental and luxation injuries in primary teeth

    Anne O'Connell

    Anne O’Connell is the Academic Consultant and Head of Child Dental Health and Director of the PG program in Pediatric Dentistry as well as Leader of the Trauma Team in the Dublin Dental School and Hospital, Ireland. She is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist who trained in the Eastman Dental Center with a further degree in Cariology from the University of Rochester, New York, USA. Previous academic positions include the Eastman Dental Center, the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Anne has numerous peer-reviewed publications in both basic science and clinical dentistry. Her areas of interest include restorative treatment for children, trauma, infant oral health and developmental defects of the dentition. Anne is renowned as speaker both nationally and internationally on these topics. She has extensive knowledge and clinical experience in advanced aesthetic restorative care and dental injuries in children. She is also active on numerous national and international dental and scientific committees/organizations. She is currently President- elect of the International Association of Dental Traumatology and Honorary Editor of International Association of Pediatric Dentistry. Anne also maintains a part-time private practice limited to Pediatric Dentistry in Dublin.

    Anne O'Connell

    I declare that I have proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation. Consulant: Providers of workshops for Nusule corwns and Honoarium for time to deliver training.

  • Regenerative Procedures for Immature Traumatized Teeth

    Contains 5 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    Kenneth M. Hargreaves, DDS, PhD| Considerable excitement exists for developing dental applications that employ postnatal stem cells and concepts of tissue engineering. A particular focus will include recent studies on the differential outcomes in immature teeth that have undergone trauma.

    CE: 1.00

    Description: Considerable excitement exists for developing dental applications that employ postnatal stem cells and concepts of tissue engineering. Although much remains to be done to advance this field, progress has been made in clinical regenerative endodontic procedures: literally, saving teeth by regenerating a pulp-dentin complex. This lecture will describe the current 2 status of regenerative endodontic procedures, their potential and predictors of healing success. Both clinical and basic studies will be reviewed to provide the practitioner with the latest information on this field with an emphasis on practical steps to be apply these procedures in treating selected patients. A particular focus will include recent studies on the differential outcomes in immature teeth that have undergone trauma.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Describe the three major steps in tissue engineering and how they apply to regenerating the pulp-dentin complex.

    - Cite the clinical principles needed for regenerative endodontic procedures.

    - Describe clinical outcomes of successful regenerative endodontic procedures.

    Kenneth M. Hargreaves, DDS, PhD

    Ken Hargreaves received his DDS from Georgetown University, his PhD in physiology from the Uniformed Services University, and his certificate in Endodontics from the University of Minnesota. He is professor and Chair of the Department of Endodontics and cross-appointed as professor in the Departments of Pharmacology, Surgery and Physiology at the University of Texas in San Antonio, maintains a private practice limited to endodontics and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontists. Ken has received an NIH MERIT Award for research, two IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards and the AAE Louis I. Grossman Award. Ken has published more than 160 articles, two textbooks and serves as editor of the Journal of Endodontics.

    Kenneth M. Hargreaves, DDS, PhD

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Root Resorption: Etiology and Treatment Considerations

    Contains 5 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    Fred Barnett, DMD| This presentation will address the etiology, diagnosis and clinical management of root resorption.

    CE: 1.00

    Description: Root resorption is a common sequelae after traumatic injuries to the periodontal ligament and/or dental pulp. The course of root resorption involves an elaborate interaction among inflammatory cells and mediators, resorbing ‘clastic’ cells, and hard tissue structures. Types of tooth resorption include internal and external resorption. Internal resorption has been categorized into internal replacement and internal inflammatory resorption. External resorption has been classified into four categories by its clinical and histologic manifestations: external surface, external inflammatory, replacement and ankylosis. This presentation will address the etiology, diagnosis and clinical management of root resorption.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Describe the etiology and pathogenesis of the different types of root resorption.

    - Develop a comprehensive treatment approach for teeth with root resorption.

    - Explain the challenges involved when a tooth becomes ankylosed in the growing child.

    Fred Barnett, DMD

    Dr. Barnett received his DMD degree in 1978 and his Certificate in Endodontics in 1981, both from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine. He received his Board Certification in Endodontics in 1988, has served as the Director of Postdoctoral Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently the Chairman of the Department of Dental Medicine and Chairman and Program Director of the IB Bender Postdoctoral Endodontic Program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Barnett has written numerous scientific and clinical papers and has lectured nationally and internationally on the Treatment of Endodontic Infections, Revascularization, Dental Trauma, Root Resorption and Contemporary Endodontic Treatment. Dr. Barnett is a Fellow of the International Association of Dental Traumatology, the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Dental Traumatology Journal, is a Director of the International Association of Dental Traumatology and is Associate Editor of the Journal of Endodontics. Dr. Barnett has been in private practice in Endodontics from 1981-2011.

    Fred Barnett, DMD

    I declare that I have proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation. Honorarium: Ultradent, Sybron, Carestream, Dentsply, Brasseler (Status: Ongoing)

  • Systematic Reviews for Best Evidence in Dental Traumatology – A Dream?

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 0.75 credits offered

    Danielle Clark, BSc, RDH, MSc Candidate| Systematic review and meta-analysis are deemed the highest levels of evidence to inform clinical decisions. The aim of the core outcome set is to decrease the diversity in the reporting of traumatic dental injuries. If new data is released with the core outcome set in mind, perhaps a systematic review may not be a dream after all.

    CE: 0.75

    Description: Systematic review and meta-analysis are deemed the highest levels of evidence to inform clinical decisions. This is the case for most disciplines. However, the field of dental trauma presents unique challenges when a systematic review is attempted. A systematic review is a process in which a defined scientific method is applied to the current literature to investigate a specific question. Normally, the best evidence arises from well-conducted clinical trials. When it comes to dental trauma, this is almost impossible. Ethically, it is difficult to conduct a clinical trial 2 to determine the effectiveness of dental trauma treatment. This is an important concept as these injuries often occur in children and the consequences of traumatic dental injuries are life long. Because of the lack of clinical trials, a high quality systematic review is difficult to conduct. In the present literature, there are several longitudinal prospective and retrospective cohort studies available. However, due to inconsistencies in reporting, the studies are not homogenous enough to compare via meta analysis. Despite this difficulty, the International Association of Dental Trauma has compiled existing evidence in combination with expert opinion to establish current dental trauma guidelines. Furthermore, in order to increase the level of existing evidence, a core outcome set has been published. The aim of the core outcome set is to decrease the diversity in the reporting of traumatic dental injuries. If new data is released with the core outcome set in mind, perhaps a systematic review may not be a dream after all.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Describe the purpose and value of a systematic review

    - Discuss how a systematic review is conducted.

    - Describe the limitations of a systematic review in the field of dental trauma.

    Danielle Clark, BSc, RDH, MSc Candidate

    Danielle Clark RDH, BSc received her Bachelor of Science degree with dental hygiene specialization at the University of Alberta and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in basic sciences. She is practicing dental hygiene at the University of Alberta’s Periodontology Specialty Clinic and serves as a clinical instructor within the division of periodontology. Danielle has published several research papers in the leading international journals in dentistry, dental hygiene and periodontology and has been lecturing both nationally and internationally. Danielle’s research interests include periodontology, implant dentistry, tooth hypersensitivity and oral health.

    Danielle Clark, BSc, RDH, MSc Candidate

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • The Role of Pediatric Dentists in Dental Trauma

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 0.5 credits offered

    Zafer Cehreli, DDS, PhD|This presentation will focus on many topics related to role that Pediatric Dentists play in the management of dentoalveolar injuries, including the value of specialty training in traumatized patients with behavior problems or special needs, emergency management and continued care during growth and development, and contributions within a multidisciplinary treatment group, and education of general dentists and public to prevent and manage acute dental trauma.

    CE: 0.5

    Description: Dental injuries commonly occur in childhood and adolescence and may often require intervention by qualified dentists. Pediatric Dentists receive specialty training in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of pediatric dental injuries, and serve in a variety of settings including hospitals, educational institutions and private offices. This presentation will focus on many topics related to role that Pediatric Dentists play in the management of dentoalveolar injuries, including the value of specialty training in traumatized patients with behavior problems or special needs, emergency management and continued care during growth and development, and contributions within a multidisciplinary treatment group, and education of general dentists and public to prevent and manage acute dental trauma.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Discuss the treatment and continued care of dental trauma in children and adolescents.

    - Describe different approaches to handling affected individuals with behavior management problems or special healthcare needs.

    - List treatment options, within a multidisciplinary treatment group, how to prevent and manage acute dental trauma.

    Zafer Cehreli, DDS, PhD

    Dr. Cehreli is professor of Pediatric Dentistry at Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, where he received his Dental Degree and Specialty Degree in Pediatric Dentistry. He has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and has served as a reviewer or editorial board member to many international journals. He is an active member of the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry, International Association of Dental Research, and he currently chairs the Education Committee of the International Association of Dental Traumatology. Dr. Cehreli has received several national and international awards in research. His clinical and research interests include pediatric and adolescent esthetic dentistry, advanced restorative techniques, pediatric endodontics and dental traumatology.

    Zafer Cehreli, DDS, PhD

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Towards Performance Requirements for Athletic Mouth Protectors

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 0.5 credits offered

    Christopher R Dennison|Focusing on injury biomechanics, the talk will begin by discussing typical paradigms used to assess head protection equipment with emphasis on the challenges associated with defining and justifying performance metrics. The talk will cover biomechanical research and open questions related to orofacial protection in impact sports and conclude with discourse on translating biomechanical research towards standardized test methods that quantify performance of mouth protectors.

    CE: 0.5

    Description: Mouth protectors, sometimes referred to as mouthguards, are used in many impact sports where there is risk of orofacial injury. Research assessing their efficacy as injury protection devices is commonly epidemiological and attempts to show whether or not their use results in net positive or negative effects on injury rate and severity. While statistical approaches can indicate trends in rate and severity, they cannot indicate the design attributes (e.g. material choice, extent of coverage of oral anatomy) that result in effective protection. This presents challenges when designing rigorous, biomechanically valid, engineering approaches for assessing the protective performance of mouth protectors. Such approaches are necessary to advance the goal of continual improvement in protective gear. Focusing on injury biomechanics, the talk will begin by discussing typical paradigms used to assess head protection equipment with emphasis on the challenges associated with defining and justifying performance metrics. The talk will cover biomechanical research and open questions related to orofacial protection in impact sports and conclude with discourse on translating biomechanical research towards standardized test methods that quantify performance of mouth protectors.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Inform on current discourse related to dental protection in the biomechanics community

    - Inform on current efforts towards developing performance standards.

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    Christopher R Dennison

    Chris Dennison is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Alberta, A tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Instrumentation, and a professional engineer in the province of Alberta (Canada). His research focuses on developing instrumentation and methods for studies in trauma biomechanics. He is an active participant in the North American standards community, focusing on equipment for head protection.

    Christopher R Dennison

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Trauma in Adults

    Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), 0.75 credits offered

    Fred Barnett, DMD|Dentoalveolar trauma to the permanent dentition is extremely distressing to the patient and parent. This presentation will review some of the more common dentoalveolar injuries and their management.

    CE: 0.75

    Description: Dentoalveolar trauma to the permanent dentition is extremely distressing to the patient and parent. These injuries often represent a complex diagnostic problem with a multitude of treatment options to choose from. As such, their management is often difficult for the dentist and often requires a multi-disciplinary approach. A traumatic dentoalveolar injury often will compromise the integrity of a previously healthy dentition and result in an unsightly appearance, affecting the self-esteem of the patient. Most injuries to the permanent dentition are caused by falls, sports-related contact, fights and motor vehicle accidents. The different kinds of tooth/root fractures and luxations may be combined in 54 different ways, each resulting in a trauma scenario with individual treatment demands and prognosis in regard to pulp and periodontal healing. This complexity explains that very few dentists in the world are fully updated on an “evidence based” approach to diagnosis and treatment of traumatic dental injuries. This presentation will review some of the more common dentoalveolar injuries and their management.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Identify some of the predisposing factors for dentoalveolar injuries.

    - Conduct a comprehensive historical review, clinical and radiographic examination

    - Describe the need for a multidisciplinary approach to most effectively manage some injuries.

    Fred Barnett, DMD

    Dr. Barnett received his DMD degree in 1978 and his Certificate in Endodontics in 1981, both from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine. He received his Board Certification in Endodontics in 1988, has served as the Director of Postdoctoral Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently the Chairman of the Department of Dental Medicine and Chairman and Program Director of the IB Bender Postdoctoral Endodontic Program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Barnett has written numerous scientific and clinical papers and has lectured nationally and internationally on the Treatment of Endodontic Infections, Revascularization, Dental Trauma, Root Resorption and Contemporary Endodontic Treatment. Dr. Barnett is a Fellow of the International Association of Dental Traumatology, the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Dental Traumatology Journal, is a Director of the International Association of Dental Traumatology and is Associate Editor of the Journal of Endodontics. Dr. Barnett has been in private practice in Endodontics from 1981-2011.

    Fred Barnett, DMD

    I declare that I have proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation. Honorarium: Ultradent, Sybron, Carestream, Dentsply, Brasseler (Status: Ongoing)

  • Connecting for Success: The Sports Dentistry Message. How to Talk to Athletes, Coaches, Parents, Trainers and Others

    Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s)

    Doug Lambert, DDS, FACD, FASDA, ABAD & Stephen C. Mills, DDS| In this presentation, we will discuss why sports dentistry is important to the world of sports medicine and to athletes specifically. We will cover what the facts are as to how effective we can be in the prevention of athletic injuries, and present how our messages can be targeted to different age groups, different populations, and the participants in all sports.

    CE: 0

    Description: The Academy for Sports Dentistry (ASD) was formed in 1983 by a small group of dentists who wanted to bring this niche of dentistry to the dental profession. Now as it was then, the basic message of the organization is that sports carry a risk of dental injury, and dentists must know how to treat these injuries and that prevention of injuries, especially with the use of athletic mouthguards, is effective and practical. Since its inception, the ASD’s mission has been to spread this message to a variety of different groups as well as other dentists. These include athletes themselves, sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, parents, coaches and sports administrators. We have partnered with other groups to try to bring our message to the public as well, including working in conjunction with three other dental groups on National Facial Protection Month which occurs every April. In addition, ASD has liaison relationships with The National Federation of State High School Associations, the NCAA, and the National Athletic Trainers Association which help us to alert the sports world about our message of prevention. In this presentation, we will discuss why sports dentistry is important to the world of sports medicine and to athletes specifically. We will cover what the facts are as to how effective we can be in the prevention of athletic injuries, and present how our messages can be targeted to different age groups, different populations, and the participants in all sports. Drs. Lambert and Mills have nearly sixty years of being involved in sports dentistry at all age and skill levels. Dr. Mills is a pediatric dentist and has educated and treated young athletes through collegiate players. Dr. Lambert has been involved with athletes of all ages and has worked with athletes at the professional level of various sports. He is currently the team dentist for the Minnesota Lynx of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Both are volunteer dentists for the United States Olympic Program.

    At the conclusion, participants should be able to: 

    - Explain the history of the Academy for Sports Dentistry and its primary message.

    - Describe to what extent dental injuries occur in sports and how effective prevention of sports injuries with mouthguards can be.

    - Describe which different athletic populations exist, and which messages resonate with each one

    Doug Lambert, DDS, FACD, FASDA, ABAD

    Douglas L. Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management and the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry where he received the Outstanding Senior Student Award and the Quintessence Award. He is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists, Pierre Fauchard Academy, Academy for Sports Dentistry, American Society for Dental Aesthetics, and a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry. He has been recognized as one of the Top Educators by Dentistry Today for 16 consecutive years and honored as a Top Dentist by Minneapolis/St. Paul and Minnesota Monthly magazines for 15 years. Dr. Lambert is a Past President of the Minneapolis District Dental Society, a Trustee to the Minnesota Dental Association for 6 years and has been a delegate to the ADA. He has authored numerous articles, presented lectures and hands-on seminars nationally and internationally, and is part of the education team for the Post-Graduate Course in Comprehensive, Esthetic and Implant Dentistry at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and the Catapult Group. He serves as an independent researcher for many dental manufacturers, and as the team dentist for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. Dr. Lambert’s practice in Edina, Minnesota emphasizes cosmetic, comprehensive, and sports dentistry. In his spare time, he enjoys relaxing with his family at their cabin in Wisconsin and playing a little golf.

    Stephen C. Mills, DDS

    Dr. Stephen Mills is a Board Certified pediatric Dentist and practices in Scarborough, Maine. He completed his DDS Degree at the SUNY at Buffalo School of Dentistry in 1981. After three years on active duty in the US Army he obtained his certificate in Pediatric Dentistry at the Department of Pediatric Dentistry of the University of Connecticut in 1987 and achieved board certification in Pediatric Dentistry in 1995. Dr. Mills’ current activities center on his interest in sports related orofacial injury treatment and prevention and his involvement with the Academy for Sports Dentistry (ASD). A past president and longtime board member, he is a Fellow of the ASD and was awarded the Academy’s Distinguished Member Award in 2015. He lectures widely on Sports Dentistry and Athletic Mouthguards and serves as a team dentist for the University of New England.

    Doug Lambert, DDS, FACD, FASDA, ABAD

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

    Stephen C. Mills, DDS

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.