Our 2015 Annual Meeting this past January was a huge success—thanks to everyone who was there!
We know that everyone is still recovering from the excitement of the 2015 Annual Meeting, but we’re already getting pumped for 2016. GAGD is pleased to announce next year’s feature guest lecturer—one of the biggest names in dentistry—Dan E. Fischer, DDS, FAGD, founder and president of Ultradent Products, Inc.
As a young dentist, Dr. Fischer’s passion for hemostasis inspired him to work after-hours in his basement inventing products that have proven to be seminal for the entire industry: today, Astringedent, ViscoStat, and Ultrapak are staples of operative dentistry. Ultradent now manufactures and packages more than 500 materials, devices, and instruments that are used worldwide by dentists, group practices, dental and veterinary labs, government agencies, and universities.
Attendees of GAGD’s 2016 Annual Meeting will have the opportunity and privilege to experience a full-day lecture by Dr. Fischer himself. Close To Home: What Expert Marriage Advice Can Teach Us About Creating Successful, Long-Lasting Dentistry describes a fun way for dental professionals to stay on top of the complex and ever-changing dental world by comparing the creation of quality, long-lasting dentistry with the creation of a quality, long-lasting marriage.
In this program, Dr. Fischer covers several issues vital to modern operative dentistry: dos and don’ts for a plethora of restorative materials, best techniques for restoration of severely compromised posterior teeth, how to achieve profound hemostasis and maintain control throughout your procedures, advancements in bonding and adhesive technologies, and an in-depth look of in-office and take-home tooth whitening, including the treatment of fluorosis.
GAGD is very excited to offer this invaluable learning opportunity from Dr. Fischer to its members. The 2016 Annual Meeting is January 29-30 at the Marriott Century Center in Atlanta. Save the dates and register ASAP—you don’t want to miss out on this one!