What’s that old adage about talking the talk and walking the walk? At the Midwinter Meeting, our experts do BOTH in the Live CE theater.
Located in the southeast corner of the Exhibit Hall, Midwinter Meeting attendees will have a bird’s eye view when three leading clinicians perform the techniques they’re teaching – as they’re teaching them. The Live CE theater uses cameras and plasma screens to broadcast the instructor’s technique to the audience as it is being practiced on site, in real time.
“There’s always a benefit to seeing how it’s done by an expert,” said Al Kleszynski, CDS’s Director of Scientific Programs. The use of current technology for this live-patient demonstration means that every seat in the house is a good one.
With Frank Milnar discussing restoratives, Ahmad Eslami and James Stein on implants, and Chicago’s own Fred Margolis on lasers, there is something for everyone in the Live TV Theater. Swing by on your way through the Exhibit Hall at the Midwinter Meeting, and see what strikes you.
Tickets are not required for admission, but attendees will have their badges scanned upon arrival and exit so that their presence is recorded and partial or full CE credit can be awarded.
And while you’re in the Exhibit Hall, spend some time browsing the booths. CDS is proud to offer 1 CE credit hour per day when you visit the Exhibit Hall. Look for signs with CE Codes near the Overlook Café no less than three hours after the Exhibit Hall opens.
Athletic dental injuries are on the rise and according our
recent survey of member dentists, basketball and hockey top the
list of sports that cause the most dental injury to patients.
Dr. Douglas Lambert taught a course on sports dentistry this
morning. He tells us about the most recent trends in this field and
how dentists should prepare for dental emergencies.
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A critical part of the Midwinter Meeting are the hundreds of
continuing education courses being offered to dentists and dental
Dr. Anthony "Rick" Cardoza is leading a class on forensic
dentistry this morning. Because of forensic fare on popular
television shows, Dr. Cardoza wants to set the record straight on
how this practice works with the legal system. He took a moment to
chat us before class began.
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The Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all dentists and
their staff who are exposed to bloodborne pathogens attend annual
The Chicago Medical Society is offering a two-hour training course,
"Bloodborne Pathogens & Beyond," for CDS members and their
staff at the discounted rate of $99 per person. This course will
satisfy most of your yearly OSHA requirement.
After attending this course, you will be able to
- Implement a training program for healthcare employees who may
be exposed to bloodborne pathogens.
- Identify appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Develop an emergency response plan
- Create a written exposure control plan for healthcare workers
assigned as first-aid providers
- Develop a strategy to prevent the spread of pandemic flu within
The remaining workshops for the year are:
- Friday, October 1: St. Francis Hospital (Evanston) at 2:00 to
- Wednesday, October 20: Oak Lawn Hilton at 9-11:00 a.m.
- Friday, October 22, Doubletree Hotel-Oak Brook at 9-11:00
- Friday, November 5: Hilton Garden Inn-Chicago Downtown at
- Monday, November 15: Advocate Lutheran General Hospital at 2-4
- Friday, December 10: Oak Lawn Hilton Hotel at 9-11:00 a.m.
To register, visit the
Chicago Medical Society's website
or call their education
department at (312) 670-2550, ext. 338.
Attend a great lecture from the comfort of your desk with our
first-ever webinar offering, "Direct Resin Pearls for the General
Practitioner," presented by Michael Morgan, DDS.Program
Direct resin has become the restorative material of choice in both
general and high-end esthetic practices. The explosion of demand by
patients for esthetic dental services has led to an array of new
dental products and treatments for practitioners to choose from.
Dr. Morgan's webinar will discuss direct resin pearls and composite
gems, including simplifying Class IV composites with life-like
esthetics, creating predictable multiple Class II resins and
decreasing chair time needed to complete Class I direct composites.
Both basic and advanced esthetic restorative treatment procedures
will be discussed, as well as marketing tips for attracting
esthetic-oriented patients. There will be a 15-minute Q&A
session following the presentation.When
Wednesday, October 27, at 2 p.m.
Can't make that time? A recording of the lecture will be posted
online for one week following the webinar. As long as you
registered in advance, you will still be able to claim CE credit
for watching the recorded lecture.CE
1 CE hourCost
Free to CE members; $30 for non-membersRegistration
Sign up now at the CDS website
Please check this
if you are a member who encounters any
problems with the online registration process.What is a webinar?
A lecture broadcast on the web that gives participants the chance
to interact with the speaker in real time.Technical requirements
You will need a computer with access to the Internet. Depending on
your set-up, you will also need to either call into a phone number
to hear and participate in the webinar or may be able to listen and
ask questions through your computer's microphone and
Before the webinar, you will receive a link for the webinar, along
with instructions on how to watch and participate.
CDS is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
ACA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist
dental professionals in identifying quality provider of continuing
dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual
courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit
hours by boards of dentistry. CDS designates this webinar for 1
continuing education credit.