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Oravital® Seminar Schedule

November 13, 2015 from 11:00am to 1:00 pm: ADIA - Aesthetic Design and Implant Academy

Dr. Jim Hyland is presenting on "Stop the Bleeding! Reduce Oral Systemic Risk."

Courtyard Toronto Northeast/Markham - Lower Level (Don Valley A&B Room)
7095 Woodbine Ave, Markham ON L3R 1A3
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Dr. Jim Hyland, DDS:
Stop the Bleeding! Reduce Oral Systemic Risk

  • Build deeper relationships and inspire your patients by enhancing patient care and wellness.
  • Learn four tests that will convince your periodontally affected patients that they require treatment.
  • Learn new research linking oral infection with systemic risk.
  • Treatment of periodontal disease and oral breath odour as biofilm diseases.
  • Effectively use microbiology testing and antibiotic rinses for predictable results in the treatment of periodontal disease and breath odour.
  • Get your patients involved in their oral health so they ask you "How are my gums? I don't want them to bleed!"

Dr. Jim Hyland, B.Sc., DDS, graduated from the U of T in 1976 and has always been one of the first to implement the latest techniques, research and philosophies in oral care. Dr. Hyland's experience, in addition to private practice, includes teaching at U of T Faculty of Dentistry, Seneca College, George Brown College as well as the dental staff member of the North York Hospital. He regularly lectures and writes on a variety of topics related to diagnosing and treatment of periodontal disease as an oral infection, interceptive preventive care, decreasing the oral systemic risk and breath odour. In 2014 he launched www.GumGuardians.com to educate the public about the connection between the health of their gums and physical wellbeing and to provide the latest information about how to prevent and to treat gum disease and breath odour.



December 4, 2015

2015 AGD Fellowtrack Courses
AGD Subject Code 490 (6 lecture hours) 8:30am - 4:00pm
Lakeshore Convention Centre, 806 Southdown Road, Mississauga, ON
Contact: ontarioagd@gmail.com    1 866 450 7232
Free with AGD membership

Dr. Jim Hyland, BSc DDS and Anne Bosy, RDH MEd MSc present:

Eliminate the Cause of Infection: Managing the Symptoms is Not Enough!

The reality of paradigm paralysis: the inability to see beyond the current models of thinking.

Biofilms that induce diseases like periodontitis resist clearance by host defences and when left undisturbed for some time become increasingly pathogenic. To improve the results in periodontal disease treatment or the treatment of halitosis, oral microbiological diagnostics are combined with adjunctive antibiotic rinses in addition to mechanical debridement.

By using a topical antibiotic application through a rinse and spit method, we can amplify the effect compared to systemic antibiotics used to treat periodontal disease and avoid almost all side effects and pharmacological interactions that may occur. This method of topical application is rapid and effective. The change in biofilm alters the inflammatory response from the polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMN's) and there is a significant amount of healing of gingivitis and periodontitis with with 4-7 mm pockets. Once the biofilm is within normal limits, a personalized maintenance system and a good oral hygiene program will keep oral biofilm under control.


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Recent Oravital Seminars:


May 1, 2015

2015 AGD Fellowtrack Courses
AGD Subject Code 490 (6 lecture hours) 8:30am - 4:00pm
Lakeshore Convention Centre, 806 Southdown Road, Mississauga, ON

Dr. Jim Hyland, BSc DDS and Anne Bosy, RDH MEd MSc present:

Eliminate the Cause of Infection: Managing the Symptoms is Not Enough!

The reality of paradigm paralysis: the inability to see beyond the current models of thinking.

Biofilms that induce diseases like periodontitis resist clearance by host defences and when left undisturbed for some time become increasingly pathogenic. To improve the results in periodontal disease treatment or the treatment of halitosis, oral microbiological diagnostics are combined with adjunctive antibiotic rinses in addition to mechanical debridement.

By using a topical antibiotic application through a rinse and spit method, we can amplify the effect compared to systemic antibiotics used to treat periodontal disease and avoid almost all side effects and pharmacological interactions that may occur. This method of topical application is rapid and effective. The change in biofilm alters the inflammatory response from the polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMN's) and there is a significant amount of healing of gingivitis and periodontitis with with 4-7 mm pockets. Once the biofilm is within normal limits, a personalized maintenance system and a good oral hygiene program will keep oral biofilm under control.


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Thursday April 9th - 6:30pm registration, 7pm start

Continuing Education Opportunity - presented by maxill and Oravital:
ROTSAERT Dental Laboratory in Hamilton
71 Emerald Street South, Hamilton ON L8N 2V4

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Stop the Bleeding!

Eliminate the Cause of Infection: Managing Symptoms Is Not Enough

Dr. Jim Hyland DDS

Build deeper relationships and inspire your patients by enhancing patient care and wellness. Discover new research linking oral infection with systemic risk. When you present periodontal disease as a serious condition and your patients understand how this disease will impact overall health, they will be more accepting of your treatment plan.

Learn four tests that will convince your periodontally affected patients that they require treatment and enhance patient compliance with your recommendations.

Effectively use microbiology testing and antibiotic rinses for predictable results in the treatment of periodontal disease and breath odour as biofilm diseases.

Transform your dental hygiene department from a "cleaning" system to a "healing force".

Get your patients involved in their oral health so they ask you "How are my gums? I don’t want them to bleed!"

'Best Practice' Decisions Should Not Be Costly Decisions!

Michelle Aubé-Simmonds RDH

Best Practice for Office Infection Control, Sterilization Monitoring, & Fluoride Varnish

The focus of a typical day in the dental office allows for the planning and delivery of high quality, patient/client centered care, but does not always allow for lengthy team conversing on topics that surround the day-to-day functions and materials of the dental office. 'Best Practice' must follow the regulatory bodies' standards of care, while product selection for best practice must be effective and controlled to prevent overstocking and over budget spending.


Presenters:

  • Dr. Jim Hyland BSc, DDS graduated from the U of T in 1976 and has always been one of the first to implement the latest techniques, research and philosophies in oral care. Dr. Hyland’s experience, in addition to private practice, includes teaching at U of T Faculty of Dentistry, Seneca College, George Brown College as well as the dental staff member of the North York Hospital. He regularly lectures and writes on a variety of topics related to diagnosing and treatment of periodontal disease as an oral infection, interceptive preventive care, decreasing the oral systemic risk and breath odour. In 2014 he launched www.GumGuardians.com to educate the public about the connection between the health of their gums and physical wellbeing and to provide the latest information about how to prevent and to treat gum disease and breath odour.
  • Michelle Aubé-Simmonds RDH is a professional and enthusiastic leader who has the ability to motivate and create a positive environment and uplifting learning atmosphere. Founder and owner of Positive Impact Dental Hygiene Consulting, graduate of Fanshawe, Algonquin and Holland College. past CDHO Portfolio Assessor, Fanshawe College Theory Educator, UWO Clinical Educator, maxill Dental Hygiene Product Advisor, Straumann Implant Speaker and Self-initiated Clinical Practitioner, Michelle's knowledge and experience speaks for itself. After 24 years, dental hygiene is still her passion. Her mission is to share her knowledge and deliver strategies to bridge the gap between 'Evidence Based Decision Making' and direct implementation of new knowledge into clinical practice. Through group and one-on-one learning, Michelle has helped hundreds of dental professionals reach Best Practice goals.

Thursday March 5th, 2015 - 6:30pm registration, 7pm start

Continuing Education Opportunity - presented by maxill and Oravital:
POW Laboratories in Woodstock
63 Ridgeway Circle, Woodstock ON N4V 1C9

An important course for the whole team!

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Intra-Oral Infection Control for Breath Odour and Periodontal Disease

Kerry Lepicek RDH

Infection control in the mouth is just as important as infection control in your office. Diagnose and treat oral infections in a visual and emotional way using objective tests that get patients/clients asking "How do I get healthy?". Learn how to introduce your patients to the oral-systemic concerns that are associated with bad breath, gingivitis and periodontal disease, and to show them how these issues can affect their overall health.

'Best Practice' Decisions Should Not Be Costly Decisions!

Michelle Aubé-Simmonds RDH

Best Practice for Office Infection Control, Sterilization Monitoring, & Fluoride Varnish

The focus of a typical day in the dental office allows for the planning and delivery of high quality, patient/client centered care, but does not always allow for lengthy team conversing on topics that surround the day-to-day functions and materials of the dental office. 'Best Practice' must follow the regulatory bodies' standards of care, while product selection for best practice must be effective and controlled to prevent overstocking and over budget spending.


Free Webcast Thursday, Dec 18, 2014 7:00-8:30pm CST

Dr. Jim Hyland DDS presents:

Stop the Bleeding!

Predictably and consistently control the cause of periodontal disease, breath odour and other links to oral systemic health.

If, as surveys suggest, 75% of patients have gum disease as defined by bleeding when tissues are touched then, by any measure, our treatment modalities fall short of effective disease management.

Physicians have zero tolerance for bleeding and patients readily accept this. It needs to be the same in dentistry.

In this fast paced event Dr Hyland presents the process for transforming the hygiene experience to tackle pathogenic biofilms that are the cause, rather than a symptom of, the infection.

In office biofilm control consisting of microbiological testing and antibiotic rinses coupled with unique home care technique are the 'one two punch' Dr. Hyland delivers in effective hygiene care.


DH Seminars - presented by maxill:


Thursday October 16, 2014 6:30 pm Ottawa ON

Thursday October 23, 2014 6:30 pm Toronto ON

Saturday November 15, 2014 9:00 AM Windsor ON

Thursday November 20, 2014 6:30 pm London ON

Saturday November 22, 2014 9:00 AM Niagara Falls ON


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Kerry Lepicek RDH: One Size Does Not Fit All!

The Role of Antibiotic and Antibacterial Mouth Rinses in NSPT, Based on Individualisation

When educating clients about the systemic links to oral health, are you offering supportive adjuncts that motivate your clients to change? How do you approach clients that are not showing desired results from early to advanced NSPT (non-surgical perio therapy)? How are you treating the complete range of mild to severe gingivitis? Clients need to see tangible change. Consider exploring a review of the microbiology of oral flora, and how mouth rinses can be used as supportive adjuncts to your existing therapy and/or as an overall support of the oral and systemic well-being of each of your clients.

One size does not fit all! Learn how to recognise various microbes and how to choose the appropriate mouth rinse to 'fit' that client's needs in both active treatment and maintenance of microbes. Not all mouth rinses will 'fit' your client's needs - just as not every mouth will present the same oral flora. Learn a criteria system to determine your client's needs. Receive the tools you need for chairside education and motivation, as well as the resources for in-office training to incorporate microbiology testing as part of your assessment phase of process of care.


 

Friday, June 13, 2014 2:00 to 4:30 pm

Dr. William Prusin, DDS, FADSA, FRCD(C):
TMJ and Craniofacial Treatment


Dr. Prusin will reveal how he uses minimal surgical intervention to help patients achieve a higher level of comfort, and describe methods he uses to treat TMJ and Craniofacial pain using a unique approach.


Dr. Jim Hyland, DDS:
Stop The Bleeding! Eliminate the Cause of Infection: Managing Symptoms is Not Enough


Do you own your patients' dental disease? Do your patients blame you for their periodontal problems? Does your practice maintain dental disease or promote health & wellness to your patients? Learn about Dr. Hyland's innovative script which clearly illustrates periodontal disease stages to patients, and the methods he uses to shift the responsibility of becoming healthy to the patient. Dr. Hyland will describe methods he uses in his dental practice to achieve patient wellness.