C.E. AND EVENTS

Winter C.E. & Ski

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Steamboat Springs, CO
Sunday, February 14 - Tuesday, February 16, 2021

EVENT AGENDA

Sunday, Feb. 14

6:30-8:30 a.m.- Morning C.E. Session

4:30-6:30 p.m.- Evening C.E. Session

6:30 p.m. - Reception

Monday, Feb. 15

6:30-8:30 a.m- Morning C.E. Session 

4:30-6:30 p.m.- Evening C.E. Session

Tuesday, Feb 16

6:30-8:30 a.m- Morning C.E. Session 

4:30-6:30 p.m.- Evening C.E. Session


Register online

NOTE: This link will be directing you to the ADA website for your registration. Therefore, you will need to use your ADA username and password to access your information. If you do not have your ADA information, contact the ADA Member Service Center at 1.800.621.8099 (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST Monday through Friday) or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance.

Mail-in Registration Form

2021 Registration Fees
REGISTRATION CATEGORY Early Fee Fee After
1/15/21
On-Site
LDA Member $419 $469 $494
ADA Member $519 $569 $594
Non-Member $619 $669 $694
Hygienist $329 $379 $404
Assoc. mbr. $259 $309 $334
Other Dental Staff $279 $329 $354
Dental Student $249 $299 $324
Ret. Vol. Lic. $249 $299 $324
       
 
PRIVATE LDA RECEPTION
Early Fee Fee After
1/15/21
C.E. registrant FREE $32.95
Adult guest $34.95 $44.95
Child guest (10 or under) $19.95 $29.95
Child guest (2 or under) FREE FREE

Event Hotel 

The Steamboat Grand welcomes Louisiana Dental Association 2021 guests! Book your entire vacation online or contact Steamboat Grand Reservations at 877-269-2628. To search for lodging update your date range, number of people, and then click SEARCH. To view all room types, click VIEW OPTIONS next to The Steamboat Grand. The prices listed are for your entire length of stay BEFORE taxes and fees (19.2% total). Make your reservations by January 15, 2021. 

  • • A 3-Night Stay is required to receive the discounted room rate
  • • Valid for Stays: February 10th - 21st, 2021
  • • $50.00 per lodging unit is required at time of booking. 10 days after booking, 15% of the total reservation value is due. Final Payment is due 35 days prior to arrival.
  • • Reservations cancelled between time of reservation and 30 days prior to arrival forfeit 15% of the total reservation value. Cancellations within 30 days of arrival forfeit the entire amount
  • • If you are tax exempt please contact our accounting department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive a copy of the required forms that need to be filled out and returned for us remove taxes from your reservation.

Reserve Onlinehttps://bit.ly/2TZcxqw

Call to Reserve: 1-877-269-2628 (mention you are with the Louisiana Dental Association to receive special rates)

Guest Lodging Rates Per Night 

The Steamboat Grand  
Studio/Double Queen/Deluxe King $309  
One Bedroom Suite $349  
Deluxe/Double Queen One Bedroom $397  
Two Bedroom Suite $535  
Double Queen/King Two Bedroom  $555  
Deluxe Two Bedroom $649  
Three Bedroom $751  
Three Bedroom Penthouse $931  
Four Bedroom $991  
Four Bedroom Penthouse $1,052  
Five Bedroom Penthouse $1,209  




 

 Lift Tickets and Ski Rental

You can find lift ticket information on the hotel website. As of 3/20/2020 those prices are not available, please continue to check back.

Guests will be able to purchase Lift Tickets when they reserve hotel rooms. Guests will receive a minimum of a 20% discount on lift tickets and 30% discount on ski rentals. These tickets must be purchased in advance. 


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Course Information

Courses will be held each day, Sunday to Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. You attend the times you choose and will get C.E. credit for the hours you attend.

Sunday, Feb. 14  

AM & PM Session

Speaker & Course Title:

Dr. Maryanne Butler

Systematic approach to new classification of periodontal and implant diseases

Course Description:

In our dental offices, we have patients with mucogingival, periodontal, and peri-implant diseases. Commonly we are asked, “how do you classify this according to the new system and when do we treat or refer?”

In this seminar, we will discuss the systematic approach to the identification and diagnosis of mucogingival, periodontal, and implant diseases.

We will also discuss a decision tree process for each condition and map out the appropriate time for intervention/and or referral for each condition.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to identify:

  • Diagnose and classify mucogingival diseases
  • When a mucogingival disease needs intervention and/or referral
  • Diagnose and classify periodontal disease
  • When periodontal disease needs intervention and/or referral
  • Diagnose and classify peri-implant mucositis and peri-implant disease
  • When peri-implant mucositis and peri-implant disease needs intervention and/or referral

Monday, Feb. 15 

 AM Session

Speaker & Course Title:

Dr. Maryanne Butler

Truth or Trend?

Course Description:

Oil pulling…  Lasers… Essential Oils… Vaping… Marijuana… hydrogen peroxide…flossing.

They are in the news.  Your patients ask you about them.  Today, we will discuss the “hot topics” in the news and literature affecting you and your patients.  We will discuss the literature, the history, and the evidence to determine …Trend or Truth

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:

  • Discuss the “hot topics” in the news that affect our patients
  • Identify the literature and the evidence behind the topics and discover trend or truth
  • Discuss the “truth” behind the topics with our patients
  • Diagnose and classify peri-implant mucositis and peri-implant disease
  • When peri-implant mucositis and peri-implant disease needs intervention and/or referral

PM Session

Speaker & Course Title:

Dr. Brian Butler

Anterior Esthetics with Dental Implants

Course Description: 

Anterior implant restorations require attention to detail from the beginning of treatment through to the completion.  Patient’s demand high quality esthetics in anterior region with both the crown and the soft tissue.  Diagnosis and treatment planning will be discussed as well as the use of surgical guides for proper implant placement.  The role of managing the soft tissue with the use of provisional restorations to shape the emergence profile is critical in achieving esthetic anterior restorations.  Lab communication to transfer the provisional restoration and soft tissue management will be discussed to serve as the blueprint for the final restoration.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:

  • Diagnosis and treatment planning for anterior esthetics
  • Use of surgical guides for ideal placement
  • Provisional restorations to manage and shape the soft tissue emergence
  • Achieving esthetic final implant restorations

Tuesday, Feb. 16

AM Session

Speaker & Course Title:

Dr. Brian Butler

Prosthetic Plastic Surgery:  Masking Tissue Deficiencies in Implant Restorations

Course Description:

Many patients provide challenges for implant restorations such as hard and soft tissue deficiencies.  Managing these deficiencies can be difficult and require restorations that mask or mimic the missing hard and soft tissues.  This presentation will discuss treatment planning for the missing tissues and cover alternative options to replace the hard and soft tissues with prosthetic materials.  Different materials available for these restorations will be discussed.  Multiple treatment options to replace these missing structures will be evaluated as well as implant parts necessary for these treatments.  Fixed and removable options will be presented to replace deficient tissues.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:

  • Diagnose and treatment plan for deficient hard and soft tissues
  • Discuss alternative treatment options to restore deficient tissues
  • Review materials available to replace hard and soft tissues
  • Evaluate hygiene procedures to clean these restorations
  • Options to manage implant complications

PM Session

Speaker & Course Title:

Dr. Brian Butler

Treatment Options for the Edentulous Patient

Course Description:

There are many treatment options for the patient losing all their teeth or already edentulous. This course will discuss all treatment options including the conventional denture, implant overdentures, and implant fixed dentures. Diagnosis and treatment planning for each option will be presented. Patient expectations and technical requirements will be discussed for each option. Complications and repairs for the different restorations will be covered. Follow up procedures and general maintenance will be reviewed.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:

  • Diagnosis and treatment planning for the different edentulous treatment options
  • Learn recommendations and requirements for each option
  • Discuss patient expectation with benefits and disadvantages of different options
  • Discuss treatment sequencing, chairside procedures, and lab communication
  • Review hygiene, maintenance, complications, and repairs of each option

Speaker Information:

 

Dr. Maryanne Butler is a periodontist specializing in periodontal disease, oral medicine, and dental implants.  She has a passion for education, the oral systemic link to periodontal health, and oral medicine.  Dr. Butler received her dental degree from Baylor college of Dentistry in 2002 and her periodontal certificate and Masters of Science in 2005 at Louisiana State University. 

She has been voted 5280 “Top Dentist” since 2009 continuously for best Periodontist in the area.  Dr. Butler was voted “Top 40 under 40” dental professional in the nation by Incisal Edge Magazine.  In her “free time”, balances her professional life with her three busy children and husband.  They enjoy all things outdoors and photographing their journey.

 

Dr. Brian Butler received his dental degree in 2000, his certificate in prosthodontics in 2003, and his M.S. in 2007 from Baylor College of Dentistry.  He is currently practicing as a partner in a private prosthodontic practice specializing in implant and restorative dentistry in Denver, Colorado.  Brian is a Fellow of the ITI and The Academy of Dentistry International and a member of the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, Metropolitan Denver Dental Society, Colorado Prosthodontic Society, American College of Prosthodontics, Academy of Osseointegration and The Pierre Fauchard Academy.  He lectures on complex restorative therapy and dental implants including diagnoses, treatment planning, and restorative treatment options for both dentate and edentulous patients.  He is active in domestic and international dental mission work.  Brian enjoys hunting, fishing, backpacking, skiing, and a love for the outdoors in his free time. 

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5637 Bankers Ave.
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
(225) 926-1986  |  (800) 388-6642
 Fax (225) 926-1886
info@ladental.org