DATE: APRIL 24TH 2021
LOCATION: VON BRAUN CENTER HUNTSVILLE, AL.
TIME: 8:00AM TO 12:30PM
4.5 CEU HRS AVAILABLE
GARY MORGAN—OSHA AND FDA COMPLIANCE, 2021
ADRIENNE SLEVIN — OPTIMIZING YOUR WORKFLOW WITH 3D PRINTING
MARK FERGUSON,CDT — Digital Implant Workflow
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OSHA and FDA, Compliance 2021.” 8am –9am SAFELINK
2020 was a tumultuous year for both OSHA and FDA due to the pandemic. Regulations take a long time to either create or modify, however both agencies had to react quickly to the unique circum-stances of the pandemic and address safety concerns for workers and patients.
In this presentation, Gary will discuss how compliance in 2021 has been affected. Discussion will focus on how the pandemic has placed OSHA requirements for infection control, personnel protec-tive equipment, training, and recordkeeping in the spotlight.
FDA was also quick to respond to the pandemic with Emergency Use Authorizations to enable getting certain medical devices on the market faster and many dental laboratories took advantage of the EUAs to man-ufacture products. The presentation will look at how printing medical devices is impacting FDA compliance. Gary will also discuss how both agencies are meeting their mandates for investigations and inspections and how dental labora-tories can be prepared if either agency contacts them.
Gary Morgan is the Senior Consultant , Vice President, and Co-Owner of SafeLink Consulting, Inc. Gary began lecturing on health and safety in 1989 and is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. Gary is also a certified DAMAS consultant and auditor. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician who, along with his wife Claudia, owned Morgan Dental Laboratory in Austin, Texas from 1975 until 2007. Active in the Dental Laboratory Association of Texas, Gary served on the Board of Directors for eight years and as President for both 1994 and 1995. As Legislative and Legal Affairs Chairman for DLAT 1987 – 2008, Gary represented members before govern-mental agencies, the State Board of Dental Examiners, and the Texas Legislature. Gary was appointed by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners to serve on the Dental Laboratory Certification Council from 2007-2013 and was elected Chairman in 2008. In 2008, NADL presented Gary with a Merit Award in Recognition of Contributions and Outstanding Service to the Dental Laboratory Profession and in 2009 he was honored with the DLAT Hall of Fame Award. He is also a Certified Quality Auditor with the American Society of Quality
Optimizing your workflow with 3D Printing 9:00 to 10:30 3D SYSTEMS
In this discussion we will learn about how 3D printing can be utilized to decrease costs and in-crease consistency and quality. We will explore different types of 3D printing technologies and materials as well as some of challenges that are faced when going digital. I will demonstrate live 3D printing and post processing to provide a fully rounded educational experience.
Adrienne Slevin is 3D Systems’ Dental Applications Engineer. Previously Director of Education and Technology at DAL, Inc. and lead CAD trainer for DT Technologies. She was a technician in a full service laboratory for 16 years and has used CAD/CAM technology for 13 years. A certified trainer in clinical and laboratory digital equipment and software, she’s helped over 150 laboratories and 55 dental offices become successful using digital equipment. She is a CAD/CAM expert with extensive experience and certifications in the industry’s leading laboratory and chairside workflows.
Digital Implant Workflow 10:30 to 12:00
Mark Ferguson will discuss CAD/CAM as it relates to implants. Mark will cover differences between analog and digital workflows, including differences in currently available intra-oral scanners. For greatest accuracy, should a model be and why or why not? Mark will also cover guided implant surgery and custom prosthetics for time of surgery.
Mark Ferguson is a trained dental technician. Mark comes from a family of dentists; his brother is a third-generation dentist. Mark started his dental technician training through his fathers tech, Lee Culp. Mark has worked with Matt Roberts at CMR in Idaho Falls, then worked at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. Mark began working with digital dentistry in 2003 and has been a beta tester for most Dental CAD systems on the market. Mark has been a CAD/CAM educator for 3Shape for the past 8 years, teaching a series of course around North America. Mark come to BioHorizons/Vulcan in February of 2016 from Core3dcentres where he was the Assistant Manager, USA, and Dental Solutions Integrator .