Date: September 10, 2022
Location: Curio Collection by Hilton
106 Jefferson Street, Huntsville, AL
Time: Registration & Breakfast 7:30 am – Lunch 12:00 -12:30 (included w/ course fee)
Courses: 8:00 am to 2:30 pm
NBC CEUs: 4 hrs Scientific & 2 hrs Professional Development
Seating is Limited Register Early
Cancellation Policy: Registration fee will be fully refunded if cancelled 7 days before the meeting. If cancelled within 7 days 50% will be refunded. The balance is to cover food costs that must be paid by the Association. Thank you for your understanding.
Register before September 1st and Save $20
Members & their guests $75 per person – That’s only $12.50 per credit hour!
Non-Members $130 per person
The first 25 to register also receive a free item or gift card from a DLAA sponsor valued at $100
Register after September 1st
Members & their guests $95 per person
Non-Members $150 per person
Cory Glenn, DDS
Utilizing Digital & CAD/CAM Technologies to Grow Your Implant Restorations Business
- Learn the proper diagnostic information that you must gather before attempting an FMR and what differences there will be if you’re doing it with a digital vs analog approach.
- Explore quick and realistic ways to create smile simulations that will increase TX acceptance and help you identify what problems need to be addressed.
- Learn when and how to open the patient’s vertical dimension.
- Understand the process of digital smile design.
- Learn how to convert the 2D smile design into a digital 3D wax-up for free.
- Learn multiple ways to transfer your wax up into the patient’s mouth so they can approve the esthetics and “test drive” their rehab before prepping teeth.
- Explore how facial scanning can simplify the FMR process.
- Learn how you can stage treatment over time using composite or printed restorations.
- Understand the process of segmental preparations so that you never alter the VDO or occlusion.
- Explore the pros and cons of prepping the whole arch at once vs. prepping in segments.
- Learn methods to restore a FMR using composite when the patient’s budget won’t allow for ceramics.
- Discuss a staged approach to implant rehabs
Dr. Glenn is the VP of Technology for Blue Sky Bio, LLC (https://blueskybio.com/) where he focuses on product and software development as well as clinical customer support. He is one of the founders of Blue Sky Bio Academy online learning center. He speaks extensively about CAD/CAM, cone beam technology, guided dental implants, dental photography, digital smile design, complete dentures, and complex full-mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Glenn graduated from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry then completed the Lutheran Medical Center’s advanced program in general dentistry at the UT Memphis branch. He is a graduate of the Dental College of Georgia Maxi Course in Implant Dentistry and is credentialed as an Associate Fellow in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA
OSHA Compliance for the Dental Laboratory
Each year most businesses inspected by OSHA fail to meet the required standards. Dental laboratories can be reported anonymously by an employee to OSHA, by various others such as business neighbors, or referrals which could be another regulatory agency. Even the best policies and procedures (protocols) need to be assessed annually to ensure your laboratory is compliant.
Gary is President and Senior Compliance Advisor for SafeLink Consulting, Inc. He guides businesses in implementing employee health and safety programs and quality systems. Gary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, a Certified Quality Auditor, authorized DAMAS consultant, and a Certified Dental Technician. His education and experience as a dental laboratory owner have provided a unique understanding that enables him to help companies integrate compliance in a way that not only mitigates risk but also benefits the business. He is a conference speaker and business consultant specializing in health & safety, quality systems, and regulatory compliance throughout the U.S and internationally.
Dell Dine, CDT (retired)
Utilizing Key Performance Indicators & Visual Controls to Help Your Laboratory Run Smoother & More Profitability
- Saving Time
- Real-Time Updates
- Faster Problem Solving
- Using Visual Controls So No Problems Are Hidden
- Improved Accountability
- Improved Team Performance
- Waste Reduction
Dell Dine is currently an advisor with Weiss Advisors, a company committed to helping dental laboratory owners increase their profitability, wealth, personal Satisfaction, and free time by aligning business, personal, and financial goals while finding the sweet spot in their value system. Prior to Weiss Advisors, he was with National Dentex in various roles for over 30 years. He has worked as a lab owner, lab manager for NDX, Director of Research and Development for NDX, Chief Dental Technology Officer for Bego and CEO of Dell Dine and Associates, His certifications are former CDT, and certified Maus International Valuemax Advisor. He lives in Indianapolis with his Family.