Sailfish Study Club

2018-2019 Schedule

Date Speaker Venue Time
9/20/18

Kick Off Dinner with Psychologist- Humorist

Bruce Christopher

Objective:

At the heart of any practice is relationships; between staff, patients and doctors. It is no doubt that communication runs your office! This session takes a very humorous look at how men and women think, speak, and make decisions differently. Interpersonal effectiveness is a key factor in personal and practice success. Laugh and learn about men and women.

Monarch Country Club 5:30pm-9:00pm
10/4/18

Dr. Tal Morr – Web Session

“Prosthetic Management of the Partially

Edentulous Adolescent Patient”  

Objective:

  • Understand the esthetic evaluation and its impact on esthetics
  • Importance of communication between Dentist, patient and lab
  • Preparation design
  • Soft tissue management protocols
  • Management of complex cases
IRSC Stuart 6:00pm-9:00pm
11/15/18

Treatment Planning sessions

Objective:

  • Integrate multiple disciplines into an individualized, comprehensive, sequenced treatment plan using diagnostic, risk assessment and prognostic information for patients with complex needs.
  • Obtain and interpret a patient’s chief complaint, history of present illness, medical, dental, family, cultural, and social histories, and review of systems.

  •   Develop a comprehensive or limited diagnosis and treatment plan incorporating historical, laboratory, radiographic and clinical findings to include patients with complex needs

TalkHouse 5:30pm-9:00pm
2/8/19

Joshua Austin

Online Reputation Management

“The Wild West of Internet Review Sites”

and

Pearl Session

Objective:

  • Increase their online presence
  • Engage their patients in social media platforms
  • Install a system in their practice to get more reviews
  • Appropriately deal with negative reviews
Flagler Place 8:00am-1:00pm
3/29/19

Dr. Drew Ferris

“The Use of Removable Aligners for Orthodontic Pre-Restorative Tooth Movement”

Objective:

  • To illustrate the capabilities and advantages Invisalign has over traditional orthodontic treatment in treating a variety of interdisciplinary cases
  • To provide an overview of the scope of removable aligner treatment as it pertains to interdisciplinary treatment
  • To assist in securing improved case acceptance for interdisciplinary treatment

TalkHouse

8:00pm-1:00pm
4/26/19

Derek Hein

Gordon Christensen CF Report

Objective:

At the completion of this course, attendees should be able to identify the best new materials, devices, and techniques for 2019; determine which products and techniques in the course meet individual practice needs; and integrate the new concepts into his or her practice. Additional learning objectives include:nder

  • Identify the most produced crown type and how it may differ from PFM
  • Determine the most appropriate resin curing light for your practice needs
  • Compare different zirconia crown types and identify brands that are acceptable or unacceptable
  • List steps in predictable cementation technique
TBA 8:00am-1:00pm
4/26/19

Kai Kai Farms

Tour of the farm followed by a farm to table four course meal in the East Garden.

Objective:

  • Learn the management and sustainability practices in vegetable farming
  • Learn how farmers fertilize crops using non-biosolid composts
  • Learn the food and safety practices of local farmers
Kai Kai Farms 5:30pm