NADL Winter Daze | February 24, 2018


You asked for more in-person continuing education. What better place to offer this than at the Mid-Winter Meetings? NADL proudly presents a half day of educational courses at LMT Lab Day. Topics range from business planning and professional development to technical education.





7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.         Merging Technology with Regulations

         Speaker: Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ/CQA
         Credits: 1 Hour of Documented Regulatory Standards

Course Description: Technology is continuously evolving in dental device manufacturing. How does the dental lab owner stay abreast of technology affecting their regulatory obligations? These regulations range from OSHA requirements for worker safety to FDA's Good Manufacturing Practices and quality system requirements. Join Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ/CQA, to learn how merging new technology with regulations can affect your dental lab's manufacturing practices ranging from CAD/CAM equipment use to providing chairside services.

8:45 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.       Implant Reconstructions in the Aesthetic Zone

         Speaker: Alexander Wünsche, CDT
         Credits: 1 Hour of Documented Scientific

Course Description: Design, Material, and Treatment Plan. These three points are the foundation of a successful dental treatment in the aesthetic zone with implants in fully edentulous or mixed dentition situations. Alexander Wünsche, CDT, is going to explain his approach how to plan, start and execute restorations in aesthetic critical areas. His specializing in cosmetic implant dentistry allowed him to gain a huge experience in these types of restorations. He is sharing his way to combine digital tools from CT scans with implant planning software and multiple CAD/CAM systems with traditional techniques.

10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.   Award Winning Tips and Tricks to Maximize Removable Esthetics

         Speaker: Mark Williamson, CDT
         Credits: 1 Hour of Documented Scientific

Course Description: Take your full denture esthetics to the next level by bringing them to life. Combine conventional characterization with new materials as Mark shares 36 years of accumulated tricks and techniques used to showcase his award winning work. Follow as he explains in detail how to capture the superior esthetic results for all (fixed-) removable dental prosthetics that can be implemented immediately at the bench.

11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Maximizing Efficiency with Digital Printing

         Speaker: David Avery, AS, CDT, TE
         Credits: 1 Hour of Documented Scientific Course

Course Description: The adaptation of digital technology is transitioning for CNC Milling to 3D printing as the primary method of rapid prototyping. The movement through the current manufacturing transition to printing is eliminating time and waste while reducing cost to the end user. In this program, we will discuss the current status of this technological sector with emphasis on realistic inclusion of once cost prohibitive opportunities and technologies in even the smallest laboratory.

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There is a $35.00 fee for NADL Members/CDTs/RGs/Foundation Donors to attend and a $60.00 fee for non-members to attend. However, one fee gets you access to the entire day of courses on Saturday February 24, 2018! Plus all funds will go to the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology to help support grant programs for schools, education and certification.

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