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JUNE 12-13, 2020 | CAMDEN ON THE LAKE


FOR THE MDA’S PREMIERE CONTINUING EDUCATION EVENT THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2020


6:30–8:30P FIRE AND ICE WELCOME RECEPTION AND EXHIBITS PREVIEW


8–10P BUNCO GAME NIGHT


FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2020 7:15–8AM


YOGA 8A 8–9A 9A–NOON


REGISTRATION/ EXHIBITS OPEN


BREAKFAST BAR


DR. THOMAS DUDNEY MACdentistry: The What, When, How, and Why of Current Indirect Restorative Materials, Adhesives and Cements


9A–NOON DR. PAUL HOMOLY Making It Easy For Patients To Say “Yes”


9A–NOON


LAURA HATCH, MS, FAADOM Build a Team that Rocks


10:15A–10:45A REFRESHMENT BREAK NOON–1:30P LUNCH


1:30–4:30P DR. THOMAS DUDNEY What’s a Dentist to Do?: Diagnosis, Treatment Options and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases


1:30–4:30P DR. PAUL HOMOLY Just Because You’re an Expert ... Doesn’t Make You Interesting


1:30–4:30P LAURA HATCH, MS, FAADOM Rock Customer Service from Front to Back


2:45–3:15P REFRESHMENT BREAK 4:30–6P 6–7P


RECONNECT RECEPTION NEW DENTIST SOCIAL HOUR


6P


AMERICAN COLLEGE OF DENTISTS RECEPTION AND DINNER


SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2020 8A


REGISTRATION OPEN 8 – 9A CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST


9A – NOON DR. THOMAS DUDNEY Be Aware of Wear: A Systematic Approach to Diagnosing, Treatment Planning and Restoring the Worn Dentition


9A – NOON GARY WILBERS Positive Culture Wins in Dentistry


9A – NOON


LAURA HATCH, MS, FAADOM Rock the Drama Out of Your Practice


10:15 – 10:45A REFRESHMENT BREAK NOON


CONFERENCE ENDS


BUY A TICKET.


BENEFIT THE FOUNDATION. MODENTAL.ORG/C4$


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