The 2021 PEAK Track II Fall Meeting will be at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel in Scranton from September 30 - October 3, 2021. The schedule is as follows:
Thursday - PEAK Presentations from Your Colleagues
Hear your colleagues present real-world examples of how they implemented lessons learned on endodontics, materials, and medical emergencies from Spring 2021. Nothing to present? Come anyway and participate in a tradition that makes PEAK meetings unique.
Thursday evening will feature an off-site social event.
Friday Evening - Oktoberfest at SBC
Join your colleagues at Susquehanna Brewing Company in Pittston for dinner, beer tastings, and outdoor games. Many thanks to Casey Dental for their support of this event.
Saturday - The Ten Commandments of Tooth Removal by Dr. Jonathan Spenn
A full-day program about everything related to exodontia that will include didactic learning as well as a hands-on portion at the end. This is a practical program about exodontia for general dentists, given by a general dentist who does primarily exodontia. Dr. Spenn will present a variety of topics and techniques to help you feel more prepared and confident in performing exodontia in your practice. The goal is to make exodontia easier, safer, more predictable, and more fun (for you and your patients). This program will review foundational information as well as give the latest guidelines regarding antibiotics, antithrombotics, bisphosphonates, etc.
- When to extract and when to retain teeth
- When to refer a patient and when to treat the patient yourself
- When and when not to prescribe antibiotics either pre- or post-operatively
- When to remove teeth non-surgically and when to do so surgically
Many thanks to Hu Friedy for providing the instruments for the hands-on portion
AGD Subject Code - 310 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Saturday Night - Dinner On Your Own
Enjoy the many options available to you in downtown Scranton!
Sunday - Avoiding Prosthetic Failures in Implant Dentistry: The Keys to Long-Term Success by Dr. George Schmidt
Long term success in implant dentistry is dependent on a number of factors. The key determinant being the stress forces placed on the implant system. This lecture will review the critical role occlusion plays in implant dentistry as well as how various forces and implant position determine success or failure. A discussion of how to properly treatment plan, design, communicate, and deliver restorations for maximum long-term success will be presented.
After this lecture the attendee will understand:
- The various types of prosthetic failure, their cause, and solution
- The importance of maximizing ideal implant location
- The role of occlusion in implant dentistry
- The importance of communication
- Common mistakes and how to avoid them
AGD Subject Code - 690 Implants
Registration Costs (early bird rates expire September 1, 2021):
Dentist (All inclusive) - Members $995.00, Nonmembers $1,095
1st Year Graduate or Resident (All inclusive) - Members $199, Nonmembers $219
2nd Year Graduate (All inclusive) - Members $398, Nonmembers $438
3rd Year Graduate (All inclusive) - Members $597, Nonmembers $657
4th Year Graduate (All inclusive) - Members $796, Nonmembers $876
Thursday Only (Host Home not included) - Members $225, Nonmembers $250
Friday Only (Evening Banquet not included) - Members $325, Nonmembers $350
Saturday Only - Members $325, Nonmembers $350
Sunday Only - Members $225, Nonmembers $250
Non-Dentist Staff - Thursday (Host Home not included) - $75
Non-Dentist Staff - Friday (Evening Banquet not included) - $100
Non-Dentist Staff - Saturday - $100
Non-Dentist Staff - Sunday - $75
Thursday Evening Event - Member or Guest - $75
Friday Evening Dinner - Member or Guest - $75