Dental Professionals Seminar
Dental Professionals Seminar
October 15, 2021
David R. Reeves DMD, MS, BS is a periodontist in Cedar Park, Texas. He provides advice on the placement of dental implants, as well as, inflammation or recession of gums. Dr. Reeves obtained his DMD from Southern Illinois University/School of Dental Medicine in 1985. He entered the active-duty Army as a resident at Ft. Riley, KS where he practiced as a general dentist for 9 years before entering periodontal residency in 1994. Dr. Reeves received his Certificate in Periodontics from the U.S. Army Periodontic Residency at Ft. Gordon, GA, and his M.S. in Oral Biology from the Medical College of Georgia in 1997.
Keynote: David R. Reeves DMD, MS, BS
Date: October 15, 2021
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. (check-in begins at 8 am)
Location: SIU Student Center, International Lounge / Auditorium
- By phone with a VISA, Discover, or Mastercard by calling Conference and Scheduling Services at 618/536-7751
- Fax registration form or exhibitor's registration form with credit card information to Conference and Scheduling Services at 618/453-5680
Continuing Education Units
A Continuing Education Units application has been submitted for approval to award six (6) Continuing Education Units (CEU) for completion of this program.
This course will discuss the updated periodontal classification system and give the rationale on why the system was updated. Some cases will be presented with a diagnostic statement along with the reasoning on how the diagnosis was rendered.
This course will build on the information from the periodontal classification lecture and features examples of several actual patients with decision points. The presentation will also touch on “what’s next” for several patients with examples of surgical treatment before, during, and aftercare.
This course will discuss the inter-relationships between periodontal disease and systemic disease. This inter-relationship is a “double-edged sword” with systemic disease affecting periodontal disease and periodontal disease affecting systemic disease. Inter-relationships are well documented in the literature and the rationale of why there is a co-dependence in many diseases will be addressed.
This course will discuss many of the medications and devices used in periodontics in the treatment of all stages of periodontal disease. New products will be discussed and rationale given for the application/use of these devices.
- Registration Fee: $100
- Current ADHA Member: $75
- Livestream: $60
- Full-time SIU DH Student: $40
- 2021 SIU DH Graduate: $40
- DH Faculty/Staff - $40
Participant registration deadline is October 1
Exhibitor registration deadline is September 24
ALL requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The registration fee, less a $15 cancellation fee, will be refunded if you cancel by October 1st. Any time after that date, refunds (less the $15 fee) will be issued for medical reasons only.