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Up to 7 clinical C.E. hours, Breakfast AND Lunch Provided, All at a GREAT price!

Renaissance Hotel, Baton Rouge, LA

And, hotel rooms are still available. See hotel info below. 


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NOTE: This link will be directing you to the ADA website for your registration payment. 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 at (312) 440-2500 or

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2016 Last Chance Seminar Pricing

LDA Mbr. - $179      
ADA Mbr. - $239      
Non-Mbr. - $329      
Hygienist - $159      
Assoc. Mbr. - $119      
Other - $119      
Ret. Vol. Lic. - $79      
2016 Dental School Graduate - $89   
Dental Students - $35
*Add $50 to all registrations sent in after Nov. 18.

Cancellation Policy: After November 13, 2016, refunds will be given only with the approval of the LDA Council on Dental Education. In the unlikely event the meeting is cancelled, all C.E. registration fees will be refunded, less proportional costs of materials already produced and distributed.

* We impose a surcharge of 2.25% on the transaction amount on credit card products, which is not greater than our cost of acceptance. 






Course Description: Excellence in dentistry is defined as the intersection where superior clinical skills and the latest advancements in material science and technology meet. The tidal wave of advancements in both digital scanning and CAD/CAM technologies just within the last few years have forever changed the dental industry. Today, through what is being called digital restorative dentistry, clinicians are able to achieve clinical outcomes that are predictably superior in strength, of the highest level of excellence in esthetics, marginal integrity and fit, WITHOUT COMPROMISE.


DISCOVERY BREAKOUT (Attendees Who Are Not Owners But Want to Learn More)

Course Objectives - This course is intended for clinicians and team members who have a desire to learn more about the process of digital restorative dentistry through lecture and hands-on. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the differences, advantages and disadvantages between various restorative materials
  • Understand why both labs and dental practices use digital scanning and CAD/CAM to fabricate restorations
  • Understand the science and studies ofthe 10 year clinical success of IPS e.max
  • Identify and describe proper preparation guidelines for the success of IPS e.max press and IPS e.max CAD
  • Identify and describe proper bonding and cementing protocols for the success of IPS e.max press and IPS e.max CAD
  • Evaluate, analyze and comprehend how to take an accurate shade for IPS e.max
  • Identify and describe the digital restorative workflow through hands-on digital impression scan, margination, restoration design, mill, stain, and glaze
  • Understand the benefits of using digital impressioning with your lab
  • Understand cone beam integration and planning of restoratively driven implants
  • Evaluate various case presentations and understand critical keys to success and failure of both lab and chairside restorations
  • Understand the steps in a team approach to successfully integrating digital impressioning and CAD/CAM into your practice

OWNERS BREAKOUT (Attendees Who Already Own the Technology)

Course Objectives - This course is intended for current practice owners. Lecture format. Upon completion of the course, attendees will have a better understanding of:

  • Latest SW upgrade including BioJaw
  • Ortho 1.1 for aligners and removables through Sirona Connect
  • E.max HT, LT and MT: appropriate block selection
  • Shade taking: e.max blend factors for choosing the best block color
  • Anterior design tips
  • BioJaw vs BioCopy
  • Step-by-step custom abutment design and fabrication
  • Provisional abutment blocks
  • Anterior and posterior bridge design
  • Milling vs. grinding
  • CEREC Guide 2
  • Prep design
  • Bonding
  • Case evaluation
  • Cone beam integration
  • Streamline the CEREC process in your office

Speaker Bios


KlimDr. James Klim is an internationally recognized speaker, author, manufacture consultant, beta tester, and teacher of advanced functional and aesthetic CAD/CAM dentistry. With over 25 years of clinical experience working with all-ceramic restorations, Dr. Klim has developed sound clinical techniques that he is now applying to the CEREC process. He is passionate about sharing tools and templates that will assist other CEREC users with their success and satisfaction in the CAD/CAM restorative theater. Graduating Summa cum Laude, valedictorian, from Loma Linda University in 1984, Dr. Klim has been awarded high academic recognition by the Alpha Omega Fraternity and the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Society and has received the Prince Award from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry. Dr. Klim has been awarded fellowships from the Academy of General Dentistry and Academy of Dental-Facial Esthetics. He is an Accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Currently, Dr. Klim has a full time restorative practice in Santa Rosa, California and is founder and director of the James Klim CADStar™ CEREC Training Center and hosts the international Klim online CEREC training (viewed in over 150 countries).


OBryanDr. Darin O’Bryan graduated in 1997 from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. He practiced in Minneapolis for seven years in a large group practice before moving to the coast of Oregon. Dr. O’Bryan currently resides in Coos Bay/North Bend where he has a private practice focusing on implant and digital dentistry. Dr. O’Bryan is faculty with at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry. He is an internationally published author on digital and CAD/CAM dentistry and has mentored thousands of dentists on how to integrate technology into their office. Dr. O’Bryan holds affiliations with the American Dental Association, American Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.


JulianiDr. Dave Juliani, maintains a private practice in Rochester Hills, MI, and is a national educator in the use of dental CAD/CAM technology and practice technology integration. A 1993 graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, he completed a one year General Practice Residency, after which he served two years at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO, where he was the Officer in Charge of Infection Control and Preventative Dentistry. Dr. Juliani has been a CEREC® user since 2003, is a CEREC® basic and advanced trainer, Sirona beta tester, faculty at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry, and a member of the American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, and Academy of General Dentistry. For the fifth consecutive year, he has been listed as one of America’s Top Dentists by the Consumer Research Council of America, and one of Detroit’s Top Dentists by Hour Detroit Magazine.

Hotel Information for 2016

RenaissanceHotelBRRenaissance Hotel
7000 Bluebonnet Blvd , Baton Rouge, LA

To make reservations, call 1-866-469-5448.

Thursday, Dec. 8 and Friday, Dec. 9
Run of House - $135

Still need a hotel room for the night of Dec. 8 or 9?

Contact Dena Gill at the Renaissance Hotel of Baton Rouge 225.388.5728 and let her know you are with the Louisiana Dental Association for a special rate.

Once an individual reservation has been made, any changes should be made directly with the Group Reservations Department. A credit card number or 1 nights advance deposit will be required to secure a room out of this block. Cancellations must be received 24 hours prior to arrival or 1 night room and tax will be assessed. NOTE: WHEN MAKING YOUR ROOM RESERVATION, PLEASE RESERVE THE ROOM IN THE C.E. REGISTRANT'S NAME OR INCLUDE THE C.E. REGISTRANT IN THE LIST OF PEOPLE STAYING IN THE ROOM.


Directions when in Baton Rouge or from the airport:
Take I-110 S toward Baton Rouge and merge onto I-10 E via exit 11 on the LEFT toward New Orleans. Take exit 162A for Bluebonnet Blvd/LA-1248 toward E Baton Rouge and travel 0.6 miles. Renaissance will be on the right, just past Mall of Louisiana.

Directions from New Orleans:
Take I-10 W toward Baton Rouge. Exit at 162A, Bluebonnet Blvd/LA-1248. Turn left at Bluebonnet Blvd and travel 0.7 miles. Renaissance will be on the right, just past Mall of Louisiana.




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