The Colorado Prosthodontic Society board of directors and I would like to sincerely welcome you to our 100th year of providing high quality continuing education. It is my honor to be the president for our centennial year and look forward to putting on a valuable speaker series for everyone. Our program of six seminars will provide a variety of topics with a focus on up to date trends and techniques in modern dentistry.
Our first speaker, Dr. Lou Graham, will provide us with the newest diagnostic techniques and restorative tips he uses in his office. In October we will have our Centennial breakfast at 8am to celebrate our 100th year continuing to be the oldest dental study club in the United States. Our speaker will be David Harris, who will provide us with tips on how to determine if embezzlement is occurring, how to prevent it and best hiring practices. Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, we ask that only doctors and their spouses be present at this lecture. Spouses can register at a special price for this one seminar. In November Dr. Bruce Crispin will provide us with an overview of CAD CAM technology and 3D printing which he utilizes in his office and training center. February 2020 our seminar series continues with Dr. John Nosti on how he manages and treats the worn dentition. Dr. Nosti will go over how he sets up these cases all the way to delivery of the final restorations. In March Dr. Jose Luis Ruiz will present on supragingival dentistry covering preparation techniques, temporization and material choice. We will end our speaker series with Dr. Justin Moody providing an overview of how he plans and executes the surgical and restorative phases for the terminal dentition.
I have found all of these speakers and topics to be influential in my practice and I hope they will be for you as well. Technology and modern minimally invasive techniques are the cornerstone of my practice philosophy and have kept dentistry fun while providing me new tools for the challenges dentistry brings. The Colorado Prosthodontic Society is committed to science and practice based continuing education without the corporate influence. It is my desire for every dentist who attends our seminar series that they will pick up some pearls to bring back to their practices so they can provide the highest level of care for their patients. I look forward to a great year of education!
Joshua Zenon DDS