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Daniel Janowski joined other members of the Dental Arts Club in commending its president, Robert Moll. “Dr. Moll is doing a bang-up job as president,” Dan said. The Dental Arts Club meeting Jan. 27 was held at the Alpine Banquet Haus in Westchester. John Nowak and Tom Sarna presented a lecture entitled, “Endodontics: Case Difficulty Assessment.” Also in attendance were Richard Munaretto, Raymond Munaretto and Michael Munaretto from Cameo Endodontics in Elmwood Park.
Samuel Cascio will be honored with the Marshall H. Smulson, DDS, Humanitarian Award at the Ed Kelly 41st Annual Giant Awards Dinner June 29 at the White Eagle Banquet Hall in Niles. Tickets are $100 for this non-profit event. For information and an invitation email Paul Smulson or call 847.525.2729.
Our branch held a CPR class March 4 at the White Eagle Banquet Hall. The hands-on class was given by knowledgeable instructors from Learn for Life CPR. More than 60 dentists and their staffs attended. Members said these course offerings add value to professional memberships; they keep us informed and current with professional requirements.
Jane Lang is now in her own office. She purchased the practice from Ken Pittner, who practiced in Chicago’s Sauganash neighborhood for 50 years. Jane is a 2006 graduate from Creighton University School of Dentistry. She began practicing with Ken right out of dental school.
Our immediate past-president Spencer Bloom is now a member of the Board of the Illinois Academy of General Dentistry. He is also an alternate to its House of Delegates. Congratulations Spencer, and thank you for leading our branch this past year.
Chet Klos is our new branch president. We look forward to a year of informative topics and professional camaraderie.
A tradition of working for the dental profession. The Chicago Dental Society was organized in 1864 and incorporated in 1878. The objective of the Chicago Dental Society is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the intrest of the members of the profession and the public that it serves.
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