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Sponsored by - American Dental Hygienists Association
ADHA 2014
CLL at the 91st annual session
OFFICIAL
PROGRAM
June 18 - 24, 2014
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WELCOME TO LAS VEGAS!
Dear ADHA Attendee,
Welcome to the city lights, Las Vegas and ADHA’s 2014 Center for Lifelong Learning at
the 91st Annual Session. Caesars Palace is a spectacular venue to host our national
professional dental hygiene convention this week. With the robust CE program, Exhibits
and the Networking before us, I am confident you will leave Las Vegas feeling energized
and excited with all the new connections you met and the future of your profession.
I would like to especially acknowledge our sponsors and exhibitors. Their generosity
and support of ADHA is greatly appreciated. As you are on the exhibit floor, take a moment
to thank these companies and make purchases from them while you are here at the show or
immediately following. The best way to show our thanks to these companies is to purchase
from them.
I also would like to thank the Committee on Annual Session and the volunteers for their
hospitality in hosting the national professional meeting here in Las Vegas. Their dedication,
support and commitment are a key part in the success of the meeting.
As the dental hygiene profession is transforming all are welcome to attend the House of
Delegates, Sunday – Tuesday, where the political leaders of the association discuss the current
issues relevant to the profession as well as the CODA Open Hearing on Saturday afternoon.
I hope you enjoy the robust amount of networking and new connections you will make this week.
We are always better together!
Table of Contents
General Information
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Networking / Social Events
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Exhibits 2014
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Exhibit Hall Floorplan
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Exhibitor Listing
9-15
CLL Schedule
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CE Course Listing
18-21
Speaker Index
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Student Track
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Student Table Clinics
Poster Sessions, RDH Poster
Sessions & Graduate
Student Poster Sessions
Awards
Denise Bowers, RDH, PHD
ADHA President
26-28
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Faces to Know & Past Presidents
30-31
Business Meetings and Schedule
32
Business Meeting Events
33
Councils and Committees
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Welcome from the Committee on Annual Session
We hope every day throughout this week brings you excitement and energy through the many networking opportunities, exhibits and CE sessions.
During the evening, we encourage you to unwind and enjoy all of the nightlife Las Vegas has to offer.
What a perfect opportunity to catch up with your colleagues and create new connections. Enjoy your national meeting here at fabulous Caesars
Palace, where business meets FUN!
Sincerely,
The Committee on Annual Session
(Left to Right)
Peggy Chesser, RDH, BA
Jacqueline Markin, RDH
Annette Lincicome, BS, RDH
Heather Rogers, RDH, BSDH
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH (2014 Board Liaison)
Donnella Miller, RDH, BS (2015 Board Liaison)
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
Welcome to Las Vegas and ADHA’s Center for Lifelong Learning at the 91st Annual Session. As the Committee on Annual Session, we are excited
to have you join us in our host state.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Registration
Lost & Found
Registration is located on the Promenade Level by Milano Foyer. Pick
up badges, add additional CE courses and/or pick up Delegate
credentialing packets here. If you registered in advance and have your
tickets, you do not need to go to the registration desk. Proceed to the
pick up counter to obtain your Tote Bag/Badge Lanyard.
Any lost and found items should be brought to the attention of any
uniformed hotel associate or by calling extension 7855. Do not handle or
move any items but instead contact hotel services at extension 7855.
ADHA is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles.
Registration hours are as follows:
Wednesday, June 18
Thursday, June 19
Friday, June 20
Saturday, June 21
Sunday, June 22
11:00am - 7:00pm
6:30am - 6:00pm
6:30am - 6:00pm
7:00am - 6:00pm
7:00am - 1:00pm
IMPORTANT:
Download the
FREE ADHA event
Mobile App!
If you received
your
badges in adva
nced
do not need to go you
to the
registration desk
unless
you need to add
an ev
to your registra ent
tion
• Access the exhibit hall floor plan
to view exhibiting companies,
featured products and specials.
• Tweet about your CLL experience
and receive exclusive updates/
announcements from ADHA
Tote Bag / Badge
Lanyard Pickup
If you registered and received all of your materials, proceed to the
Tote Bag / Badge Lanyard Pickup Counter to receive your show bag
and badge lanyard. You do not need to go to registration to check in.
• Watch daily recap videos of CLL
• Sync with our online calendar of
events and exhibit hall floor plan
to create a customized calendar
of events
• Compatible with iPhone/iPad,
Android, and any smart phone
with mobile web access!
Ticket Sales
Tickets for CE courses can be purchased in the registration area.
Weren’t sure which course you wanted to attend when you registered?
Add courses today! Note, some courses are sold out.
Hospitality Counter
The Hospitality Counter is located in the registration area and is open
during registration hours. Stop by for city brochures, maps and city tips
to help you enjoy your stay in Vegas!
Business Center Information
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The business center is located on the Lobby Level of the Palace Tower.
The business center offers computer workstations, fax machines and
photocopying that accept all major credit cards. Business Center can
be reached at extension 1100.
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Concierge Desk
Concierge staff is available at Hotel Registration, located in the hotel
lobby or at extension 7266.
All CLL and Annual Session
events will be hosted at
Caesars Palace.
CLL Events Include:
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CE Courses
Student Track
Exhibits 2014
Thursday’s and Saturday’s Plenary Sessions
First Timers/Mentors Luncheon
Lunch & Learn
Student Table Clinics & Poster Sessions
Research Poster Sessions and Graduate
Research Poster Sessions
• IOH Benefit/President’s Reception
• Affiliate Receptions
Emergency Information
Business Meetings Include:
In case of emergency, notify hotel security by dialing extension 5911
from any house phone. The nearest hospitals are:
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University Medical Center
Sunrise Hospital
1800 West Charleston Blvd.
(702) 383-2000
3186 S. Maryland Parkway
(702) 731-8000
House of Delegates
Reference Committee Meetings
Business Workshops
District Discussions
Award for Excellence/President’s Luncheon
Installation Luncheon
Wednesday, June 18
thursday, June 19
friday, June 20
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Community Service Day
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Thursday Plenary Session
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Crest Oral-B Breakfast
Volunteers visited the Shannon West
Homeless Shelter in Las Vegas and provides
dental hygiene education to homeless
teenagers.
8:00am-9:15am
Room: Augustus IV
Cost: FREE Attendees must have badge to enter
Kick off CLL with keynote speaker Dan Thurmon
7:00am-8:30am
Room: Augustus IV
Ticket Required
Important: Event Sold Out
Limited Seating/Advanced RSVP was Required
SOCIAL EVENTS
Networking/Social Events
Sponsored by:
Thank you to the following corporate
companies for their generous donations:
3M ESPE; ACT; Colgate; Crest Oral-B;
Hu-Friedy; Johnson & Johnson; Premier
Sponsored by:
Coffee provided starting at 7:30am
compliments of:
DENTSPLY/ADHA Graduate Student
Clinician Research Program
™
First Timers / Mentors Luncheon
Sponsored by:
4:00pm-6:00pm
Room: Neopolitan I
Cost: Free
Join fellow educators in this informative
workshop.
1:00pm-2:30pm
Room: Forum 18
Cost: $35 (includes lunch)
Purchase tickets for this UNIQUE networking
opportunity which focuses on how to navigate
through the meeting as well as how ADHA and
YOU are Better Together!
Sponsored by:
Research Presentations
Educators Workshop
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Various affiliate receptions are taking place.
Download the event mobile app for complete
listing of the affiliate receptions dates, times
and locations.
Student/Undergraduate
Table Clinics & Posters and
RDH Posters Sponsored by:
1:00pm-3:00pm
Room: Neopolitan I
This workshop allows advisors to connect
with each other, share experiences and
learn about successes and challenges.
Sponsored by:
IOH Benefit / President’s Reception
Cost: $35 ($25 Students)
Room: Forum 10
7:30pm-11:00pm
Enjoy music, dancing, light appetizers and
silent auction.
Premier Sponsors:
Table Sponsors:
Graduate posters Sponsored by:
™
Tuesday, June 24
Sunday, June 22
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Saturday Plenary Session and Awards
Presentation Featuring Keynote
Presentation by Juliet Funt
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ADHA Awards Program for Excellence
in Dental Hygiene/President’s Luncheon
1:30pm-3:00pm
Room: Forum 12
Cost: $75 Ticket /Delegates Free
Celebrate the accomplishments of President
Bowers and the winners of the Excellence in
Dental Hygiene Award at this special luncheon.
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Installation Luncheon
1:00pm-2:30pm Room: Forum 12 Cost: FREE
Immediately following the Third House of
Delegates and Installation Ceremonies, a
luncheon buffet in honor of the new 2014-2015
ADHA Board of Trustees will be held. All those
attending the Third House and installation
should plan to partake in this celebration of
our leadership.
Sponsored by:
Sponsored by:
Sponsored by:
Coffee provided at
7:30am compliments of:
™
WIN a chance to
meet Juliet Funt
and a flat panel TV
courtesy of:
Download the FREE
ADHA Event Mobile App!
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
saturday, June 21
8:00am-9:45am
Room: Augustus IV
Cost: FREE Attendees must have badge to enter
Honor the commitment and dedication the 2014
award winners have demonstrated in the oral
health care profession and be inspired by
Juliet Funt!
Sponsored by:
Student Advisor Workshop
Room: Forum 10 Cost: FREE 2 CE Hours
Open viewing live presentations:
Blue Man Group Welcome
11:00am-1:30pm
Reception & Show
Open viewing unattended by presenters:
Shuttles depart Caesars beginning at 5:00pm
Participants must bring their exchange ticket to 1:30pm-4:00pm
Come experience all research in one
the pickup counter before 5:00pm to obtain
convenient location during the Research Table
their show ticket and event information.
Clinic/Poster Open Viewing. View
Sponsored by:
Student Table Clinics, Student Poster
Sessions, RDH Poster Sessions, Graduate
Student Poster Sessions.
Wednesday, June 18
– Saturday, June 21
1:00pm-3:00pm
Room: Exhibit Floor
Cost: FREE
The DENTSPLY /ADHA Graduate Student
Clinician Research Program poster
presentations will be displayed in the back
of the Exhibit Floor for additional viewing.
Scan the QR Code to download now:
Must be an RDH or Student to be elgible. Must be present to win!
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Support YOUR exhibitors/YOUR Exhibition!
Plan to spend time on the exhibit floor to learn about the latest cutting-edge information in the
profession. Be sure to take advantage of show discounts provided by participating companies.
Shop at ADHA, turn in copies of your receipts and receive discounted or Free registration for 2015.
EXHIBITS
Exhibits 2014
Exhibit Hall Schedule:
Sunstar PhotoBooth
Friday, June 20
8:45am
9:00am-4:00pm
9:00am-4:00pm
9:00am-4:00pm
1:00pm-3:00pm
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Exhibit Hall Open
ADHA/Henry Schein
Dream Center (registration required)
Trivia Game – visit booths to
complete card
DENTSPLY/ADHA
Graduate Student Clinician
Research Posters
Saturday, June 21
10:00am-3:00pm
10:00am-3:00pm
10:00am-3:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm
2:30pm
Exhibit Hall Open
ADHA/Henry Schein
Dream Center (registration required)
Trivia Game – visit booths to
complete card
Marketplace
Trivia Game Cash Prize Drawings
– Must be present to win
Exhibit 2014 Features:
Over 100 Exhibiting Companies
Offering hundreds of products and services anxiously waiting to meet
with YOU!
ADHA Community Center
Stop by YOUR ADHA Community Center. Located in the middle of the
exhibit hall, ADHA’s Community Center is your one-stop shop for
everything ADHA.
ADHA/Henry Schein Dream Center
Registration Required – Sign up for an Open Slot at the Dream Center
The Dream Center Operatory, located in the back of the exhibit hall,
will feature six different product stations for a hands-on experience.
Participating companies include: Orascoptic/Total Care, Text to Floss,
DENTSPLY, Hu-Friedy, and DentalEZ. Participants will be able to
experience each product through a 5 minute educational interaction
with a representative from each company. The full experience through
the Dream Center Operatory will take approximately 30-40 minutes.
Take a photo with your friends and bring your ticket to the Sunstar
Booth#317 for a special gift.
Sponsored by:
Ribbon Cutting - Friday, June 20
Kick-off the opening of the Exhibits 2014 with the ribbon-cutting
ceremony on Friday, June 20 at 8:55am. The first 200 attendees on the
exhibit floor receive a free gift!
Free Lunch on Exhibit Floor
Pickup a $15 food voucher each day at the Wrigley Booth#220 to use at
the exhibit hall resaturant.
Sponsored by:
™
DENTSPLY/ADHA Graduate Student Clinicians Research
Posters - Friday, June 20
1:00pm-3:00pm
Take some time to walk through the sixth year of this master level
student research poster competition, featuring 13 poster presentations.
Sponsored by:
Marketplace - Saturday, June 21
12:00pm-3:00pm
Help your fellow Constituents, Components and Student organizations
in their fundraising efforts by purchasing dental hygiene related
accessories and paraphernalia. This is a great opportunity to pick up
some souvenirs for your friends/colleagues back home. Pick up a $5
coupon to use towards a purchase of an item, compliments of Colgate
at Booth #407.
Sponsored by:
Note: The American Dental Hygienists’ Association does not endorse
any specific products or services, including those provided by exhibitors,
or used to promote an association activity.
Trivia Game – Prize Giveaway
Purchase from Exhibitors and Receive Incentive
Support your exhibitors by purchasing items to stock up on all of your
office needs for the year. By purchasing items from exhibiting companies,
you can earn discounted or complimentary main registration for ADHA’s
2015 CLL at the 92nd Annual Session in Nashville!
All receipts must be submitted to [email protected] by August 21.
Note: Purchases must be made from an exhibiting company. Purchases
from Marketplace or ADHA’s Merchandise Boutique do not qualify.
Relaxation Station
Stop by for a little relaxation, compliments of Brasseler USA, adjacent
to Booth #500.
special thanks
As you travel throughout the Exhibit Hall, be sure to stop by the
booths of the following companies and thank them for the “extras”
we are able to provide you during this year’s meeting:
Badgeholders:
Photo Booth:
Tote Bags:
Relaxation
Station:
Restroom
Amenities:
Water Stations:
Restaurant Vouchers
and Coffee:
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
Pick up your exhibit hall trivia game card piece at the exhibit hall
entrances and at ADHA’s community center. Visit the participating
companies, have your game card stamped and turn this into the raffle
drum at ADHA’s community center by 2:30pm Saturday for a chance to
win a cash prize. Winner must be present on Saturday to win.
™
Sponsored by:
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EXHIBIT HALL FLOORPLAN
ENTRANCE
501
photo booth
500
503
Stop by the Sunstar Photo booth inside
the ADHA Community Center! Take a photo
with your friends then bring a ticket to
the Sunstar Booth (317) for a special gift!
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506
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305
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407
207
507
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408
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510
410
311
200
101
100
103
102
105
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206
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209
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509
Sponsored by:
Pick up food vouchers!
Stop by the Wrigley Booth (220) to pick up
your $15 coupons to be used on Friday and
Saturday at the Exhibit Hall Restaurant.
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514
515
516
415
312
213
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315
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215
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317
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Sponsored by:
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425
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ADHA
COMMUNITY
CENTER
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224
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531
ADHA/Henry Schein Dream Center located
in the exhibit hall. Registration is required
to participate.
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535
Sponsored by:
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530
431
430
331
330
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230
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130
532
433
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GRADUATE POSTER
SESSIONS /
MARKETPLACE
ADHA
HENRY SCHEIN
DREAM CENTER
EXHIBITOR
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EXHIBITOR LOUNGE
Visit ADHA’s Community Center YOUR access to everything ADHA!
ADHA Merchandise Boutique
Institute for Oral Health
• NEW Items – everything ADHA!
• Purchase ADHA memorabilia
• Make your annual tax-deductable donation to the Institute!
• Preview silent auction items (Friday Only)
• Learn about Institute-funded programs
• Corporate Challenge Friday & Saturday
• Donations matched up to $1,500 on Friday by:
Membership
• Get information on all the new member benefits designed to
Empower, Develop, and Support you!
• Your Member Services team will be available to answer any
of your questions.
• Donations matched up to $2,650 on Saturday by:
• Donations matched up to $2,500 on Saturday by:
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Career Center
• Post your resume and check out jobs available in your area
Don’t miss the Marketplace coupons!
Pickup at Booth 407 Compliments of:
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
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3M ESPE
401
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Air Techniques, Inc.
212
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Benco Dental
314
Honorary Corporate Member
Bldg 275-2SE-03
St. Paul, MN 55144
P: 800/634-2249 F: 800/728-0951
www.3MESPE.com
1295 Walt Whitman Rd
Melville, NY 11747
P: 800/247-8324 F: 516/433-7684
www.airtechniques.com
295 Centerpoint Blvd
Pittston, PA 18640
P: 800/GO-BENCO F: 888/329-2362
www.benco.com
Air Techniques, Inc. manufacturers of quality dental
products that include Scan X CR Digital Imaging
System, Spectra Caries Detection Aid and Polaris
Intra-oral Camera.
Benco Dental is the largest privately owned, fullservice distributor of dental supplies, dental
equipment, dental consulting & equipment services
in the United States. Founded in 1930 by Benjamin
Cohen, the company has remained family-owned
and focused on the unique mission of "delivering
success smile after smile".
3M ESPE Preventive Care offers a complete line of
preventive oral care products, including Vanish 5%
Sodium Fluoride Varnish and Clinpro 5000 1.1%
Sodium Fluoride Toothpaste.
Academy of Orofacial
Myofunctional Therapy
134
The Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
is the leading post-graduate training institution for
specialists in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
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Honorary Corporate Member
1715 W. 38th Street
Chattanooga, TN 37409
P: 866/228-7464
www.actfluoride.com
Rinse recommended ACT anticavity fluoride rinses
for remin without the demin. With its neutral pH
formula, the full line of ACT® anticavity fluoride
rinses effectively protects teeth in a non-acidic
environment and remineralizes areas where
needed. No other OTC rinse provides greater
fluoride protection.
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(Satelec & Sopro Companies)
124 Gaither Dr, Suite 140
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
P: 800/289-6367 F: 856/222-4726
www.acteonusa.com
AEGIS Communications
108
American Eagle Instruments is the home of XP®
Technology. This patented process is
revolutionizing the industry, providing you with the
only SHARPEN- FREE instruments on the market
today. The innovation continues with our Double
Gracey™ line, two instruments combined into one.
Save time, money and never sharpen again!
AEGIS Communications is a healthcare publishing
and education company dedicated to creating and
disseminating high quality education materials,
resources, and events in a manner that improves
accessibility for today’s oral healthcare professionals.
Its publications include Inside Dentistry, Compendium,
Inside Dental Technology, Inside Dental Assisting,
and Inside Dental Products.
506
8333 216th Street SE
Woodinville, WA 98072
P: 425/487-3157 F: 360/668-8722
www.aseptico.com
Aseptico offers portable dental systems (ideal for
public health/sealant programs), the Wand STA
anesthesia delivery system, piezoelectric scalers
and more!
Association of Professional Piercers 123
P.O. Box 1287
Lawrence, KS 66044
P: 888/888-1277
www.safepiercing.org
The Association of Professional Piercers is a nonprofit health, safety and education organization. Our
mission is to disseminate vital information about
body piercing to piercers, health care professionals,
legislators, and the general public.
214
7227 Hamlin Ave
Skokie, IL 60076
P: 847/679-3400 F: 847/679-2080
www.bosworth.com
The Bosworth Company features hygiene, impression
trays, cements, impression material, infection control,
ortho, crown & bridge, pit & fissure, restorative, reline
& repair resins, and preventive dentistry.
Brasseler USA
500
Corporate Sponsor
One Brasseler Blvd.
Savannah, GA 31419
P: 800/841-4522 F: 888/610-1937
www.brasselerusa.com
Brasseler USA has the broadest assortment of
hygiene instrumentation available with extensive
offerings of hand instruments, hygiene power equipment, disposable prophy products, implant care,
ultrasonic inserts and vision enhancement products.
Brush Up (from GamesThatWork)
535
1526 DeKalb Ave
Atlanta, GA 30307
P: 404/806-5428
www.BrushUpGame.com
Game-based toothbrush training system, proven
effective in NIH/NIDCR-funded studies. Kids have fun
and they look forward to seeing you.
Caslow PVT LTD
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House#C-9 263 Islam pura
Sialkot, Pakistan
www.caslow.com.pk
Caslow manufactures dental instruments.
ClikTech, Inc.
204
105 Old Barn Ct
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
P: 877/251-0594 F: 847/913-2726
www.clikray.com
ClikTech, Inc. provides Digital Radiology Products:
Digital Sensor Holders, X-Ray film Holders & sensor
covers.
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104 Pheasant Run, Ste. 105
Newtown, PA 18940
P: 215/504-1275
F: 215/504-1502
www.dentalaegis.com
213
6575 Butler Creek Road
Missoula, MT 59808
P: 406/549-7451 F: 406/549-7452
www.am-eagle.com
Aseptico
ACTEON North America is part of The ACTEON
Group, a world leader in small equipment and
consumables for dental offices.
Bosworth Company
The American Dental Education Association (ADEA)
is the voice of dental education. Members include
faculty, staff and students from dental schools and
many dental hygiene programs. This exhibit will
display many of the resources available through
ADEA to dental hygiene educators and students
including: ADEA Curriculum Resource Center, Dental
Hygiene Centralized Application Servce (DHCAS),
Institute of Allied Health Educators,
ExploreHealthCareers.org. and GoDental.org.
American Eagle Instruments, Inc.
®
ACTEON North America
532
1400 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202/289-7201 F: 202/289-7204
www.adea.org
910 Via De La Paz, Suite 106
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
P: 310/382-7852
F:310/454-0391
www.myoacademy.com
ACT/Chattem
American Dental
Education Association (ADEA)
EXHIBITS
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COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
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Denticator
516
Honorary Corporate Member
300 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
P: 800/2-COLGATE F: 212/310-2317
www.colgateprofessional.com
7300 South Tucson Way
Centennial, CO 80112
P: 303/693-1104 F: 303/693-2257
www.crownseating.com
13705 Shoreline Court East
Earth City, MO 63045
P: 800/227-3321
F: 314/344-0021
www.denticator.com
Coltène
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235 Ascot Parkway
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
P: 330/916-8873 F: 330/645-8835
www.coltene.com
Coltene provides intelligently designed products
with success in mind, encompassing dental
laboratory fabrication, restoratives, prosthetics,
endodontics, hygiene/treatment accessories and
rotary instruments.
Columbia Dentoform
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34-24 Hunters Point Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101
P: 800/688-0662 F: 718/482-1585
www.dentalez.com
For over eight decades, Columbia Dentoform has
been a leading innovator in providing patient
simulation products for dental education. Thousands
of students in dental colleges throughout the world
have "cut their first teeth" on IvorineTM Dentoform®
models. From individual replacement teeth to
officially approved exam models to veterinary
models, Columbia Dentoform® offers everything
today's dental hygiene student needs to complete
just about any and every course.
Crest Oral-B
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Cincinnati, OH 45202
P: 800/543-2577 F: 866/727-2703
www.dentalcare.com
DenLine Uniforms
330
301 Oak Street
Qunicy, IL 62301
P: 800/336-5463 F: 217/228-8825
www.denlineuniforms.com
Manufacturer of Splash Resistant Protective
Apparel for Dental Hygienists and Dental Hygiene
Schools, required by OSHA. Breathable material
comparable to cotton/polyester; stain resistant,
anti-static, hot water wash and autoclaveable if
required. 25% to 50% Lower Lifetime cost than
cotton and polyester/cotton.
Dental Post
336
3522 Ashford Dunwoody Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30319
P: 678/805-7820
www.dentalpost.net
Dental R.A.T.
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Dental R.A.T., a simple foot-operated mouse is the
most effective and, consistent hands-free periodontal
charting available. It will run any software, open
x-rays, digital camera, and more! No assistant
needed or cross-contamination.
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10 Ranick Road
Hauppage, NY 11788
P: 631/582-6777 F: 631/582-1726
www.crosstex.com
Crosstex International provides infection prevention
and control products for the healthcare industry.
Dental Tribune America is a publishing company
that publishes dental newspapers and magazines.
DentalEZ Group
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2 W. Liberty Blvd., Suite 160
Malvern, PA 19355
P: 866/DTE-INFO F: 610/725-9894
www.dentalez.com
DentalEZ Group is committed to advancing the
practice of dentistry through innovative products
and services. StarDental, DentalEZ, CustomAir,
RAMVAC, NevinLabs, and Columbia Dentoform,
manufacture everything in the operatory, from
handpieces to chairs to vacuum systems to
dental simulation models, creating a complete
line of products.
Take a break by treating yourself to a seated massage!
Visit the Relaxation Station located adjacent to Booth 500 Compliments of
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Honorary Corporate Member
570 West College Avenue
York, PA 17405
P: 800/877-0020 F: 717/849-4751
www.dentsply.com
For over a century, DENTSPLY International has
been committed to providing the dental community
with innovative, high quality, cost effective dental
products. From our humble beginnings in 1899, the
company has grown to become the largest
professional dental products company in the world.
From our facilities in 22 nations on six continents,
the company distributes its dental products in over
120 countries under some of the most well
established brand names in the dental industry.
Designs for Vision, Inc.
404 E. Pine Ave.
Meridian, ID 83642
P: 877/278-0061 F: 208/214-4844
www.dentalrat.com
Dental Tribune America
Denticator® has been dedicated to creating
preventive care products for dentists’ and patients’
at home use since 1931. It is the innovator of the
Original Green® disposable prophy angle and the
Zooby product line.
DENTSPLY International
116 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
P: 212/244-7181 F: 212/244-7185
www.dental-tribune.com
Crest Oral-B features preventative products
including toothpaste, brushes, whitening, floss and
prophy paste/angles.
Crosstex International
Crown Seating provides the entire dental office with
an extensive product line of healthy seating options
and unparalleled quality to work and live in comfort.
Dental Post is your premier online and mobile
service for dental jobs.
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Colgate-Palmolive is the global leader in oral care
technology, products, and education. Colgate’s
products include technologically advanced
toothpastes, toothbrushes, mouth rinses, and floss.
Our Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals subsidiary
provides professional fluoride, gingival health,
tooth whitening and oral first aid products.
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Colgate
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514
760 Koehler Avenue
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
P: 800/345-4009 F: 631/585-3404
www.designsforvision.com
See the visible difference with Designs for Vision
BDR Loupes, Dental Telescopes, and New NanoliteTM
LED Headlight
Dexcel Pharma
110
239 East Chicago St, #505
Milwaukee, WI 53202
P: 630/207-0399
www.periochip.com
PerioChip® is a unique biodegradable chip, which
contains 2.5 mg of Chlorhexidine Gluconate that has
been shown to be an effective and safe adjunctive
treatment for reduction of pocket depth (PD) in
patients with adult periodontitis.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene
116
3621 Harbor Blvd., #265
Santa Ana, CA 92704
P: 714/825-1234 F: 714/825-1230
www.dimensionsofdentalhygiene.com
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene is a monthly, peer
reviewed journal that reconnects practicing dental
hygienists with the nation's leading educators and
researchers.
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DMG America
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Corporate Member
242 South Dean Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
P: 800/662-6383 F: 201/894-0213
www.dmg-america.com
DNTLworks Equipment Corporation 414
7300 South Tucson Way
Centennial, CO 80112
P: 303/693-1410 F: 303/693-6189
www.DNTLworks.com
DNTLworks Equipment Corporation is the leading
manufacturer of portable, mobile, and self-contained
equipment for the hygiene profession.
305
1600 JFK Blvd. Suite 1800
Philadelphia, PA 19103
P: 215/239-3490 F: 215/239-3494
www.us.elsevierhealth.com
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Corporate Sponsor
1963 Lougheed Highway
Coquitlam, British Columbia
V3K1T8 Canada
P: 888/808-6223 F: 604/468-6850
www.axiUmDental.com
axiUm for dental hygiene schools enables faculty
to manage and grade students, monitor graduate
requirements, and administer transactions and
clinical operations.
Excelsior College
510
7 Columbus Circle
Albany, NY 12203
P: 888/647-2388
www.excelsior.edu
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1915 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
P: 800/323-3555
www.fadavis.com
F.A. Davis Company publishes a catalogue of titles
available in print, digital, and electronic format,
along with mobile and online products for students,
educators, and clinicians to help deliver the highest
quality of health care in Nursing, Medicine, and the
Health Sciences.
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Hager Worldwide
501
441 19th Street SE
Hickory, NC 28602
P: 828/624-3326
www.hagerworldwide.com
Hager Worldwide offers unique products for use in
achieving optimal oral health care such as Xylitol
gum, ergonomic stools, suction mirrors and safety
eyewear.
Hartzell & Son, G.
GC America Inc.
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Corporate Sponsor
3737 W. 127th Street
Alsip, IL 60803
P: 800/323-7063 F: 708/926-9103
www.gcamerica.com
GC America, Inc. is a manufacturer of quality dental
products, hygiene preventive products: MI paste, MI
paste plus, MI Varnish, Saliva-Check Buffer,
Saliva-Check Mutans, GC Dry Mouth Gel, GC Plaque
Indicator Kit, GC Tri-Plaque ID Gel, and GC Fuji TRIAGE.
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Corporate Sponsor
One GEICO Plaza
Washington, DC 20076
P: 800/368-2734
www.geico.com/med/adha
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Honorary Corporate Member
1000 GSK Drive
Moon Township, PA 15108
P: 412/200-4000 F: 412/249-4509
www.dental-professional.com
Hawaiian Moon
526
321 S. Missouri Ave.
Clearwater, FL 33756
P: 888/256-3276 F: 727/216-3874
www.aloecream.biz
Henry Schein Dental
533
23586 Calabasas Rd., Suite 202
Calabasas, CA 91302
P: 855/424-8257 F: 855/424-8257
www.gumchucks.com
GumChucks® is the first and only flossing system of
its kind. Resembling miniature Nun Chucks, they
feature disposable tips that are equipped with a ¾
inch piece of dental floss that makes flossing faster,
better, and easier.
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Honorary Corporate Member
135 Duryea Road
Melville, NY 11747
P: 800/DSCHEIN F: 800/732-7023
www.henryschein.com
Henry Schein is a one-stop shop for all of your dental needs. As a full service dental distributor of supplies, technology and equipment, we offer the tools
to make your practice run as efficiently as possible
through innovation and our dedicated team of sales
consultants.
Hu-Friedy
Manufacturing Company
Please visit our booth to learn more about our
exciting new products, Sensodyne® Repair &
Protect, Polident® for Partials Clean & Protect, and
Poligrip® for Partials Seal & Protect.GSK's oral care
products include Sensodyne® toothpaste for dentine
hypersensitivity, ProNamel® toothpaste formulated
to protect tooth enamel against the effects of acid
erosion, Polident Denture Cleanser®, Super Poligrip®
denture adhesive, and Biotene® for Dry Mouth.
GumChucks at Oralwise Inc.
G. Hartzell & Son is a 78-year old manufacturer of
dental instruments. Unlike most instrument
companies, we are a true manufacturer. We produce
a full line of scalers, curettes, probes, explorers,
ultrasonic inserts, etc.
Say goodbye to dry skin with Hawaiian Moon
Organic Aloe Cream!
GEICO and ADHA are proud to be working together
to offer exceptional insurance products and a great
savings opportunity on GEICO auto insurance to
members of ADHA. As a member of ADHA, you could
qualify for an exclusive discount. Simply go online to
www.geico.com/med/adha or call 800-368-2734, to
complete a simple, no-obligation rate quote. Don’t forget
to mention your ADHA affiliation to see how much you
could save with your exclusive member discount.
GlaxoSmithKline
206
2372 Stanwell Circle
Concord, CA 94520
P: 800/950-2206 F: 925/798-2053
www.ghartzellandson.com
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3232 N. Rockwell Street
Chicago, IL 60618
P: 773/975-6100 F: 800/729-1299
www.hu-friedy.com
Represented in 60+ countries, Hu-Friedy offers
7,000+ hand-crafted instrument designs for scaling,
periodontal, diagnostic, restorative, prosthodontic,
orthodontic, endodontic, implant, and surgical
procedures (ISO-13485 certified).
HygienistPrep
105
249 S Hwy 101 #459
Solana Beach, CA 92075
P: 916/541-0413
www.hygienistprep.com
HygienistPrep is an interactive NBDHE study guide
with over 1,500 multiple choice practice questions
and detailed answer explanations to help you pass
the NBDHE board exam.
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Excelsior College is an accredited, non-profit
institute of higher education offering convenient
distance learning programs, including bachelor's
degrees in Health Sciences and Health Care
Management.
F.A. Davis
Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene offers advanced
degrees to licensed dental hygienists. Learn more
about advancing your career with an online degree
from MCPHS.
GEICO
ELSEVIER is a leading publisher of health science
publications, advancing medicine by delivering
superior reference information and decision support
tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and
students.
Exan Group
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at MCPHS University
179 Longwood Ave
Boston, MA 02115
P: 617/879-5022 F: 617/732-2118
www.online.mcphs.edu
DMG America is the exclusive distributor of quality
products that include Icon®, Luxatemp® Ultra,
Honigum®, and PermaCem 2.0.
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Med Sleeves
436
3651 Lindell Rd., Suite D120
Las Vegas, NV 89103
P:888/415-9964
Infinite Trading will feature TENS unit.
1400 Holcomb Bridge Road
Roswell, GA 30076
P: 703/629-7018 F: 920/380-3445
www.kcdentalproducts.com
2929 N. Main
Logan, UT 84341
P: 435/787-8888 F: 435/755-9637
www.med-sleeves.com
Kimberly-Clark provides face masks, exam gloves,
protective eyewear, hand hygiene, surgical products
and sterilization wrap to the Dental Industry to
prevent, diagnose and manage a wide variety of
healthcare-associated infections.
Med Sleeves are worn on the arms under the scrubs
for the 2-shirt look, not the 2-shirt heat. Med Sleeves
are the best way to stay comfortable at work. Slide
them on when you're cool and slide them off when
you warm up.
Knotty Floss
Mercer Consumer
102
P.O. Box 201
Thiells, NY 10984
P: 866/963-8881 F: 845/290-5771
www.neutrasol.com
Neutrasol - a supersaturated calcium phosphate
rinse indicated for the treatment of xerostomia and
other oral diseases.
Isolite Systems
437
111 Castilian Dr
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
P: 800/560-6066 F: 805/966-6416
isolitesystems.com
Isolite® and Isodry® dental isolation systems are an
easy to use alternative to traditional forms of
isolation. The systems give you control of the oral
environment: improving patient management,
controlling moisture and oral humidity, increasing
visibility, and minimizing sources of contamination.
Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.
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3344 Mountain Trail Ave
Newbury Park, CA 91320
P: 805/551-6474
www.knotty-floss.com
Knotty Floss is designed and developed to solve
common problems associated with developing an
effective daily flossing habit. Knotty Floss is the
result of over thirty years of clinical dental
experience by one of you, an American Registered
Dental Hygienist.
Kuraray America, Inc.
523
33 Maiden Ln., Suite 600-D
New York, NY 10038
P: 800/879-1676
www.kuraraydental.com
Teethmate Desensitizer, a hydroxyapatite based desensitizer that provides immediate, long-lasting relief.
175 Pineview Drive
Amherst, NY 14228
P: 800/533-3825 F: 800/598-4569
www.ivoclarvivadent.com
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Ivoclar Vivadent is a market-leading provider of
innovative dental materials for quality esthetic and
preventive dentistry.
P.O. Box 972
St. Ignatius, MT 59865
P: 406/745-3746
www.lm-dental.com
Johnson & Johnson
Healthcare Products
LM-Dental - Ergonomic Hygiene Instruments Love..M... LARGER diameter handles (11.5mm) with
comfortable, non-slip silicone surface. Hygiene hand
instruments with ergonomics you'll love.
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Honorary Corporate Member
185 Tabor Road
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
P: 866/948-6883
www.jjdentalprofessional.com
LumaDent
Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, makers
of LISTERINE® and REACH®, through its operating
companies, is the world's most comprehensive and
broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as
well as a provider of related services, for the consumer.
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Invado Pharmaceuticals
Kerr TotalCare
410
1717 W. Collins Avenue
Orange, CA 92867
P: 800/841-1428 F: 714/300-1615
kerrtotalcare.com
Keystone Industries
106
616 Hollywood Avenue
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
P: 800/333-3131 F: 856/663-3372
www.keystoneind.com
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Mercer Consumer, A/K/A Marsh US Consumer has
been the ADHA's Insurance Administrator for
Professional Liability & Health Insurance since 1980.
Microcopy
531
106 Corporate Park Drive, Suite 409
White Plains, NY 10604
P: 914/269-2500 F: 914/269-2499
www.mambaby.com
MAM combines outstanding design, optimal
functionality and medical know-how to make smart,
simple and innovative pacifiers, bottles, cups,
teethers and toothbrushes. All MAM products are
100% BABY SAFE: BPA-free, PVC-free, lead-free and
CPSIA-compliant.
507
3120 Moon Station Road, NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
P: 770/425-5715 or 800/235-1863
F: 770/423-4996
www.microcopydental.com
MICROCOPY manufactures NeoDiamond- America's
#1 Selling Diamond Bur, NeoBurr- Award-Winning
Carbides, NeoDrys- Ultimate Parotid Saliva Control,
Film & Sensor Flaps, Insta-Neg/Fix, and InstaVeloper. FREE samples available.
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150 Field Drive, Suite 210
Lake Forest, IL 60045
P: 847/739-9058 F: 847/739-9058
www.microflex.com
Microflex, the world’s foremost experts in high
quality disposable hand protection, specializes in
branded products that provide reliable barrier
protection for and to its wearers.
National Institute of Dental and
Craniofacial Research (NIDCR)
LumaDent improves diagnostics and quality of care
with the clarity of enhanced vision, our NEW Flip-Up
and TTL Loupes are ergonomically designed to help
eliminate back and neck pain. Combined with our
Top-Rated Headlight System you will be able to work
more efficiently than ever!
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540 W. Madison St.
Chicago, IL 60661
P: 312/627-6032
www.mercer.com
Microflex
10593 Double R Blvd
Reno, NV 89521
P: 775/829-4488 F: 775/360-4915
www.LumaDent.com
MAM USA
KerrTotalCare offers quality infection prevention
products that protect staff and patients with surface
disinfectants, sterilizers, barriers and operatory
disposables.
Come see U.S. manufacturer Keystone Industries'
Gelato preventive line, which includes an awardwinning prophy paste, and also its revolutionary NiteBite.
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132
31 Center Drive, Building 31, Room 5B-55
Bethesda, MD 20892
P: 866/232-4528
www.nidcr.nih.gov
The mission of the National Institute of Dental and
Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) is to improve oral,
dental and craniofacial health through research,
research training, and the dissemination of health
information.
Natural Dentist, The (Revive PPC)
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8 Elmer St.
Madison, NJ 07940
P: 973/360-1090 F: 971/360-1091
www.bleedinggums.com
The Natural Dentist was created by a dentist to
provide effective oral care for his patients' teeth and
gums. Because our products are formulated with a
scientific blend of natural ingredients, you don't
have to choose between natural and effective.
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Nova Southeastern University
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- College of Health Sciences
3200 S. University Dr.
Davie, FL 33328
P: 954/262-1222 F: 954/262-1181
www.nova.edu/chcs
Online health sciences programs: Bachelor, Master,
Doctoral, dual degree and PhD.
OraBrite
332
4057 West Rd
Cortland, NY 13045
P: 888/296-6730 F: 877/419-7750
www.orabrite.net
Personalized toothbrush with your office logo,
quality toothbrushes, ADA accepted toothpaste,
floss, dental kits, ProxyBrite interdental brushes
and ortho products.
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165 North 1330 West, Suite B4
Provo, UT 84057
P: 801/405-7723 F: 801/228-2422
www.orabrush.com
The Orabrush is a tongue cleaner and its bristles
are designed after a surgeon's scrub brush to reach
bacteria that reside between the small grooves
of the tongue. The built-in scraper collects and
removes the bacteria and residue generated from
brushing, helping cure bad breath.
Oral Cancer Foundation, The
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3419 Via Lido, #205
Newport Beach, CA 92663
P: 949/723-4400
www.oralcancer.org
IRS registered non-profit 501(c)3, public service
charity, created to promote change, through
proactive means, in both the public and
medical/dental professional sectors.
Oral Health America
133
180 North Michigan Ave, Suite 1150
Chicago, IL 60601
P: 312/836-9900 F: 312/836-9986
www.oralhealthamerica.org
OraPharma
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700 Route 202/206 North
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
www.arestin.com
OraPharma is a specialty pharmaceutical company
that discovers, develops and commercializes
therapeutics for the treatment of periodontal disease, and markets products that aim to improve and
maintain oral health.
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3225 Deming Way, #190
Middleton, WI 53562
P: 800/369-3698
www.orascoptic.com
10845 Rancho Bernardo Dr
San Diego, CA 92127
P: 888/486-4584 F: 888/912-5656
www.periodyne.com
Orascoptic designs and manufactures highperformance magnification loupes. Orascoptic
delivers remarkable resolution over a deep and
wide viewing field.
Periodyne is a natural health supplement that has
been researched and designed specifically to
support the health of our gums.
OSADA
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3000 S. Robertson Blvd, #130
Los Angeles, CA 90034
P: 310/841-2220 F: 310/841-2221
www.osadausa.com
Piezo Electric Portable Scaler, handpieces and
implant systems.
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920 S. Andreasen Drive
Escondido, CA 92029
P: 877/770-3920 F: 760/466-1030
www.pardigmmodels.com
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1031 Mendota Heights Road
St. Paul, MN 55120
P: 800/873-7683 F: 651/686-0288
www.pattersondental.com
Patterson Dental provides a full-line of dental
merchandise, office supplies, equipment, practice
management software, hardware and digital
technology.
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The Pattison Institute is dedicated to providing
quality education in periodontics to dental and dental
hygiene students as well as practicing dentists,
dental hygienists, periodontists, and educators.
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P.O. Box 120015
Stamford, CT 06912
P: 800/422-9448
www.philipsoralhealthcare.com
From its number one Dental Professional
recommended Sonicare toothbrush to Philips Zoom!
whitening systems, Philips provides professionals
with advanced solutions designed to meet their
patient's needs and empowers consumers to achieve
superior oral health.
Plak Smacker
100
755 Trademark Cir.
Corona, CA 92879
P: 951/898-7600 F: 951/898-2792
www.plaksmacker.com
Premier Dental Products Company 311
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1710 Romano Drive
Plymouth Mtg, PA 19462
P: 610/239-6000 F: 610/239-6171
www.premusa.com
Premier Dental Products Company provides Enamel
Pro Prophy Paste, Varnish and F. Gel with ACP,
Instruments, Disc Sharpener, Mouth Retractor,
Whitening Products, 2 ProDispos Angles and
miscellaneous cleaning products.
8275 Highway 10 West
Missoula, MT 59808
P: 406/626-4153 F: 406/626-4550
www.pdtdental.com
PDT, Inc., creator of the original Montana Jack®
and innovators of dental product design.
PennWell Corp/RDH Magazine
PeriOptix® offers high-quality, lightweight loupes and
headlights at an unbeatable price. PeriOptix was the
first to introduce numerous innovations including a
unique modular frame system and a portable LED
light source design.
Plak Smacker carries a unique line of products for
pediatric, orthodontic, and general dentists including
gloves, homecare kits, toothbrushes, and floss.
11859 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550
Los Angeles, CA 90025
P: 310/472-9292 F: 310/472-9698
www.pattisoninstitute.com
PDT, Inc. - Paradise
Dental Technologies
520
1017 West Central Ave
Lompoc, CA 93436
P: 888/775-3424 F: 805/347-7961
www.denmat.com
Philips Sonicare
& Zoom Whitening
Paradigm Dental Models specialize in dental
education models and training supplies for dental
hygiene schools, practicing hygienists, dental
patients and dental companies.
Patterson Dental Supply
PeriOptix, A Denmat Company
125
1421 S. Sheridan Road
Tulsa, OK 74112
P: 918/832-9317 F: 918/831-9804
www.pennwell.com
RDH, the national magazine for dental hygiene
professionals, is created for dental hygienists who
are committed to ongoing professional growth.
Prestige Brands Oral Care
120
660 White Plains Rd.
Tarrytown, NY 10591
www.prestigebrands.com
Prestige Brands is the largest independent provider of
over-the-counter oral care products. They focus on
product innovation and quality in the over-the-counter
healthcare and household cleaning categories to
better improve the lives of our customers and their world.
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Oral Health America’s mission is to change lives by
connecting communities with resources to increase
access to care, education, and advocacy for all
Americans, especially those most vulnerable. Oral
Health America’s vision is a future free of oral
disease and pain.
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4330-C Matthews Indian Trail Rd
Indian Trail, NC 28079
P: 704/849-2416 F: 704/849-2417
www.preventech.com
4105 Seneca Street
West Seneca, NY 14224
P: 716/608-0009 F: 716/608-0006
www.rosemicrosolutions.com
Honorary Corporate Member
4635 W. Foster Ave.
Chicago, IL 60630
P: 800/528-8537
www.gumbrand.com
Prophy Magic
432
3325 W Ali Baba Ln
Las Vegas, NV 89118
P: 702/538-7700 F: 702/538-7703
www.prophymagic.com
Prophy Perfect
505
PO Box 668
Osseo, WI 54758
P: 715/597-3834 F: 715/597-3797
www.prophyperfect.com
Prophy Perfect markets high quality, affordable
disposable prophy angles and paste, toothbrushes,
interdental cleaners, scalers, in addition to pediatric,
orthodontic and novelty items.
Pulpdent Corporation
430
80 Oakland Street
Watertown, MA 02472
P: 800/343-4342 F: 617/926-6262
www.pulpdent.com
115
1419 Godwin Lane
Duncanville, TX 75116
P: 972/298-2669 F: 972/298-6592
www.q-optics.com
8700 Mason-Montgomery Road
Mason, OH 45040
P: 866/356-9829
404
16100 N Greenway Hayden
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
P: 480/948-6997 x22
www.closys.com
CloSYS toothpaste, rinse, and breathspray with a
patented formula to eliminate VSCs, break up biofilm,
and kill bacteria.
117
701 Technology Drive
Canonsburg, PA 15317
P: 800/572-1211 F: 724/820-1479
www.scican.com
SciCan's product and service offering includes a full
line of Hydrim instrument washers, Statim G4, the
world's fastest autoclave from start to sterileTM and
Bravo sterilizers. SciCan also has a line of Statis
handpieces, both Electric and air driven and our
Statmatic handpiece automatic handpiece
cleaner/lubricator.
Snap On Optics
118
3116 W. Thomas Rd., Suite 601
Phoenix, AZ 85017
P: 602/272-0827 F: 602/272-0827
snaponoptics.com
Steri-Shield
508
2510 E. Sunset Rd., #5-257
Las Vegas, NV 89120
P: 800/699-7220 F: 805/692-4992
www.steri-shield.com
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Sunstar Americas, manufacturer and distributor
of the GUM®, Butler® and GUIDOR® brand is
dedicated to offering the highest quality oral care
products and supporting the research in the field of
oral-systemic health link. Sunstar's products include
a comprehensive line of preventive care, pain
management, hygiene supplies and clinical products.
Supermax Healthcare/
Aurelia Gloves
312
1899 Sequoia Drive
Aurora, IL 60506
www.aureliagloves.com
P:630/898-8886 F:630/898-8855
Visit Supermax Healthcare/Aurelia Gloves to try
our new Aurelia Amazing Gloves. Our #1 super think
Nitrile Gloves packed in 300 per box.
SurgiTel/General
Scientific Corporation
209
77 Enterprise Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
P: 800/959-0153 F: 734/662-0520
www.surgitel.com
SurgiTel Systems is dedicated to offering clinicians
the best in ergonomics, vision, and comfort. Coupling
SurgiTel Systems' High Definition Optics with Oakley
Frames. SurgiTel manufactures quality ergonomic
light weight loupes mounted on Oakley Frames.
TePe Oral Health Care
431
1130 N. Gilbert St.
Anaheim, CA 92801
P: 714/991-6700 F: 714/991-6701
www.tepeusa.com
TePe's vision is to raise awareness about preventive
dental care, implant care, and orthodontic care by
using our oral hygiene products.
Steri-Shield Products provides infection
control barriers and digital x-ray products.
Sulcabrush
Q-Optics offers the lightest ergonomic flip style and
custom loupes for all dental specialties. Enjoy the
freedom of portability with our Radiant™ ultra-light
headlight.
Quantitative Sciences
Rowpar Pharmaceuticals
Snap On Optics brings the new generation of
extremely SUPER LIGHT WEIGHT comfortable light
and magnifiers.
Pulpdent Corporation manufactures high-quality
products for the dental profession, including adhesives,
composites, provisional materials, sealants,
cements, etching gels, calcium hydroxide products,
endodontic specialties and bonding accessories.
Q-Optics & Quality Aspirators
Rose Micro Solutions sells High Quality Optical Loupes
& LED Lights for Less! Our Loupes start @ $279.00.
SciCan, Inc.
Prophy Magic is your direct source for quality
prophy angles, hygiene handpiece, surgical
handpiece, highspeed handpiece, carbide burs,
air/water syringe tips, and prophy paste.
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Preventive Technologies, Inc. (Preventech®)
develops and markets innovative preventive care
products focused on dental disease prevention. Our
popular brands include Pivot DPA, Next Prophy
Paste, and Vella Fluoride Varnish and all products
are made in USA.
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ToothPyk.com
237
P.O. Box 1066
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
P: 905/669-6288 F: 905/669-6585
www.sulcabrush.com
Sulcabrush - An interdental brush used to remove
plaque and reduce gingivitis. Recommended for
patients that have difficulty flossing.
433
250 Irving #1
San Francisco, CA 94122
P: 415/706-2520
www.toothpyk.com
ToothPyk.com is an online dental staffing directory
that connects dentists to dental auxiliaries looking
for temp and/or permanent employment.
EXHIBITS 2014
Exhibits 2014 is THE place to discover new cutting-edge
information and technologies that will impact your
profession. Play the Trivia Game and enter to win CASH
prizes on Saturday! Must be present to win!
EXHIBITOR LISTING
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
COMPANY NAME
BOOTH #
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Triology™
522
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Water Pik
316
2002 W. 39th Ave
Kansas City, KS 66103
P: 800/306-3041 F: 816/605-1235
www.triologycare.com
Honorary Corporate Member
1730 E. Prospect Road
Fort Collins, CO 80553
P: 800/525-2020 F: 800/289-4389
www.waterpik.com
Triology™ nutrient rich biologic debriding
antimicrobial cleanser enhancing mechanical
removal of calculus, bacteria, and debris during
periodontal treatments.
Ultradent Products
207
505 West 10200 South
South Jordan, UT 84095
P: 800/552-5512 F: 801/572-0600
www.ultradent.com
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company
Ultradent is a leading developer of high-tech dental
and hygiene materials, devices and instruments
worldwide. Ultradent's mission is to improve the
level of oral healthcare and to make dental
procedures more predictable and hassle-free.
Ultralight Optics
230
3505 Cadillac Ave, Bldg H
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
P: 323/316-4514 F: 714/436-5003
www.ultralightoptics.com
Ultralight Optics produces the smallest loupe light on
the market. Attach to any type of loupes, goggles
and glasses.
Valumax International
Water Pik, Inc. is the world's leading manufacturer
of water flossers, including the Waterpik® Ultra and
Cordless Plus water flossers. They offer the
Sensonic Professional Toothbrush and a full line of
in-office professional products, including the
UltraThin Fluoride Varnish and Waterpik®
SoftShine® Cosmetic Polishing Paste.
530
848 Hausman Road
Allentown, PA 18104
P: 610/336-0101 F: 610/336-0102
220
Honorary Corporate Member
600 W. Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60654
P: 847/238-4782
www.wrigley.com
113
2001 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
P: 215/521-8300 F: 215/814-8911
www.lww.com
Valumax International is the manufacturer of disposable
medical apparel such as lab coats, face masks,
sterilzation pouches, jackets, masks and gauze.
Wolters Kluwer Health is a leading international
publisher of medical books, journals, and electronic
media. We proudly offer specialized publications
and software for physicians, nurses, students and
clinicians. Please visit our booth to browse our
comprehensive product line.
Velopex International
Xlear/Spry
536
509
105 East 17th Street
Saint Cloud, FL 34769
P: 888/835-6739 F: 407/957-3927
www.velopexusa.com
P.O. Box 1421
American Fork, UT 84003
P: 866/599-5327 F: 801/492-8011
www.xlear.com
Velopex International is pleased to show our Aquacut
Quattro with Sylc, SmartCart Tongue'n Cheek Super
Absorbent Dental Pads.
Xlear Inc. manufactures Xylitol products that
provide substantial health and dental benefits. Xlear
Inc. has four product lines: Xlear Nasal Sprays, Spry
Dental Defense System, Xylosweet, Sparx Candy,
providing customers a natural alternative to sugar
that is delicious, dental friendly, and diabetic-safe.
VOCO America
521
VOCO is a leader in nano-techonology, and
preventative materials with 4 and 5 Star Ratings from
the Dental Advisor, Reality and other independent
institutes. VOCO is a global player and exports to
120 countries and they are in close contact with over
150 universities and research institutes worldwide.
Young Dental
Thursday, June 19 at 8:00am
Sponsored by:
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Saturday’s Plenary Session
featuring Juliet Funt
Saturday, June 21 at 8:00am!
Sponsored by:
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meet Juliet Funt
and a flat panel TV
courtesy of:
Must be an RDH or Student to be eligible.
Must be present to win!
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Corporate Sponsor
13705 Shoreline Court East
Earth City, MO 63045
P: 800/325-1881
F: 314/344-0021
www.youngdental.com
Young Dental™ is a leading designer, manufacturer
and marketer of consumable supplies, instruments
and other products used by dental professionals;
primarily in preventive dentistry, restorative
procedures and instrument sterilization.
ADHA does not endorse any specific
products or services including those
provided by exhibitors or used to
promote an association activity.
Pick up your Exhibit Hall Certificate of
Attendance for 1 CE Hour at ADHA’s
Community Center
Enjoy FREE Coffee to jump start your day
on Thursday and Saturday mornings
starting at 7:30am compliments of
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
555 Pleasantville Rd., #120N
Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
P: 888/658-2584 F: 914/747-0871
www.vocoamerica.com
Kick off CLL at
Thursday’s Plenary Session
featuring a keynote by
Dan Thurmon.
Free Coffee Each Morning!
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company, makers of Orbit Gum, is
the world's leading manufacturer in chewing gum.
Over the past 25 years, Wrigley has pioneered
independent research into the oral health benefits
associated with chewing gum.
Wolters Kluwer Health
Support your exhibitors and shop the
show floor to stock up on all of your
office needs for the year. Save your
receipts! Make any purchase on the
show floor and receive an incentive
to attend ADHA’s 2015 CLL at the
92nd Annual Session.
EXHIBITS
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CLL SCHEDULE
TRACK KEY
Clinical Practice
Exhibits
Education
ADHA Meetings
Research
Workshops
Public Health
Lunches/Breakfast
Professional Development
Receptions
Students
District Discussions
Plenary Session
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
7:30
8:00
welcome reception & show
Community Service Day
7:30am- 1:00pm
Off Property
9:00
District Discussion Locations
10:00
Brought to You By:
11:00
12:00
1:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
5:30
Shuttle begins at 5:00pm
Student Table Clinics & Research Posters
ADHA/DENTSPLY Graduate Posters
:00pm-4:00pm - Judges Calibration - Forum 12
3:
3:00pm-4:00pm
0 pm-4:00pm - Poster Setup - Forum 10
3:00
3:00pm-4:00pm
pm-6:00pm - Judging - Forum 10
000pm
44:00pm-6:00pm
4:
SEN Representives Meeting - 3:00pm-4:00pm - Neopolitan I
Educators Workshop
4:00pm-6:00pm
Neopolitan I
6:00
District I
District II
District III
District IV
District V
District VI
District VII
District VIII
District IX
District X
District XI
District XII
Students
Milano VIII
Milano V
Neopolitan III
Neopolitan I
Forum 3
Milano I
Forum 7
Forum 17
Milano III
Milano IV
Forum 20
Forum 21
Milano VII
Thursday, June 19, 2014
7:30
Morning Coffee - 7:30am Sponsored By:
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8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
Thursday Plenary Session - Featuring Dan Thurmon
8:00am-9:15am
Augustus IV
Current Concepts
in Nonsurgical
Periodontal
Therapy
Leah MacPherson
9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 12
Pre-Requisite
for PM Course
12:00
12:30
Lunch & Learn
1:00pm-2:30pm
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 12
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1:00
1:30
2:00
2:30
3:30
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
7:00
8:00
Plenary Session
8:00am-9:15am
Hands-O
Top Ten
Trends in
Periodontology!
Rebecca Wilder
9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Neopolitan I
11:30
3:00
Sponsored By:
Limited Seating
Nutrition Update
2014
Warren Karp
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 15
Hands-On Hands-On
Strategies
to Improve
T
Periodontal
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Instrumentation
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Leah MacPherson
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 7
n/
Student Table
Mobile Interactive
Clinic/Poster
Learning:
Awards BreakfastTechnology Our
By Invitation
Students Expect
9:30am-10:30am
Room: Milano 1
for 21st Century
Instruction
Cynthia Gadbury-Amyot Open Viewing of Open Viewing of
Student Table
Student Table
& Megan Trimble
Clinics, Student, Clinics, Student,
9:30am-12:30pm
RDHs &
RDHs &
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 4
Graduate Posters Graduate Posters
11:00am-1:30pm
11:00am-1:30pm
Room: Forum 10
Room: Forum 10
(Live Presentations)
(Live Presentations)
First Timers / Mentors Luncheon
1:00pm-2:30pm
Open Viewing of
Fee: $35
RDHs &
Student,
Room: Forum 17
Graduate Posters Are You Smarter
than Dr.
& Table Clinics
Transforming
Incorporating
Comprehensive “The Chamber of
Esther Wilkins?
Leisure
Your
at
Secrets”
Medication
Hygiene
Dental
Research into the
Health Prevention
2:00pm-4:00pm
1:30pm-4:00pm
Dental Hygiene
for Older Adults What Your Patients Education: New
Room: Milano I
Don’t Know or Aren’t
10
Forum
Room:
Curricular
Curriculum
Ann Eshenaur
Telling You About
(unattended by presenter)
and
Domains
&
Bell
Kathryn
Spolarich &
What’s in Their
Models
Aubree Chismark
Doreen Naughton
Medicine Cabinet
Pamela Overman
2:30pm-5:30pm
2:30pm-5:30pm
Thomas Viola
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55
Fee: $55
2:30pm-5:30pm
Room: Octavius 8
Fee: $55
Room: Forum 4
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 12
Room: Forum 3
Tongue-Tied A Story NOT
Silenced by
Oral Cancer
Eva Grayzel
9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Forum 3
DENTSPLY / ADHA Graduate Student
Clinician's Research Program
Awards Banquet - By Invitation
5:30pm-8:30pm
Room: Emperors Ballroom
Standards of
What's New
Clinical Dental
With OSHA
Hygiene Practice:
and Infection
A Framework for
Control?
Patient-Centered
Mary Govoni
9:30am-12:30pm Comprehensive Care
Carol Jahn &
Fee: $55
Pamela Zarkowski
Room: Octavius 15
9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 8
Access Editorial
Board Meeting
10:30am-11:45am
Room: Tuscany
Access Industry Meeting
12:00pm-1:00pm
Room: Tuscany
Pre-Board
Meeting
1:00pm-5:30pm
Room: Milano IV
Affiliate Meetings + Events
(See Event Mobile App)
Note: schedule subject to change
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Friday, June 20, 2014
7:00
7:30
8:00
Crest Oral-B
7:00pm-8:30am
Room: Augustus IV
Sponsored By:
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8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
Exhibits
Ribbon Cutting
8:55am
Exhibits
9:00am-4:00pm
11:00
11:30
12:00
Using a Facilitative
Nutrition Counseling
Approach
Warren Karp
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 15
Product
Presentation
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $40
Room: Octavius 12
12:30
DENTSPLY/ADHA
Graduate Student
1:30 Clinician's Research
Poster Sessions
2:00
1:00pm-3:00pm
Ha
nds-On
Choice, Challenge, IMPROVE
Change - Providing YOUR ODDS:
Direct Access Care
Faculty Calibration
with a Twist
Doreen Naughton
10:00am-1:00pm
Mary Jacks
Fee: $55
10:00am-1:00pm
Room: Octavius 8
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 7
Effective Strategies
for Mentoring and
Teaching Research
Denise Bowen &
JoAnn Gurenlian
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Forum 4
JDH Board
Meeting
8:30am-10:30am
Room: Tuscany
Student
Mega Issues
Discussion
10:30am-12:30pm
Room: Milano I
IOH Liaison Meeting
12:00pm-2:00pm
Room: Milano VIII
1:00
Interactive
3:00
3:30
4:00
Hands-On
Education - Alternative
Career Paths & Networking
for Success
4:00pm-5:30pm
Fee: $35
Room: Octavius 8
Crystal Barksdale
& Diamond Bruner
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 7
4:30
5:00
5:15
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Forum 4
Thomas Viola
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 12
LD
S OJodi
Olmsted
2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $70
Room: Forum 3
ADEA Reception
5:30pm-7:00pm
By Invitation Room: Augustus V
5:30
7:00
Student Advisor
Workshop
1:00pm-3:00pm
Room: Neopolitan I
The CMS Oral Health
Educational
Student Session CAMBRA in Private “Hurts So Good!”
Cultural and
Initiative: An Opportunity
Methods 101:
Alternative Careers
Management of
Practice: Practices,
Linguistic Competency
for Dental Hygiene
Actively Engaging
2:30pm-4:30pm
Dental Pain: An
Profits, Clinical
Training for Oral Health Nancy Gurzick, Christine Farrell
Learners Using
Room: Milano I
Professionals: Training 2:30pm-5:30pm Fee: $35
Update on Anesthetics, Classroom
Results
Management
Room: Octavious 8
from an E-Learning to
Pamela Maragliano-Muniz Analgesics and Patient
&
Instructional
T
a Small Group Format
Benefits of Graduate
OU
Care Considerations
Techniques
2:30
5:45
Philips/RDH Mentor of the Year Reception - By Invitation
5:45pm-7:15pm Room: Emperors Ballroom
7:30
IOH Benefit/President's Reception - Cocktail Attire
7:30pm-11:00pm Fee: $35 ($25 for Students) Room: Forum 10
10:30
Saturday, June 21, 2014
* = Milano IV
7:30
Morning Coffee 7:30am
8:00
Saturday Plenary Session and Awards Presentations - Featuring Juliet Funt Plenary
SponsoredSession
By:
8:00am-9:15am
8:00am - 9:45am
Room: Augustus IV
Sponsored By:
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8:30
9:00
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:30
Exhibits
10:00am-3:00pm
Marketplace
12:00pm-3:00pm
Evidence-Based
Continuing Care
Recommendations for
Public Health Clinics
Cathy Hollister
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Forum 4
Interprofessional
Collaborative Models:
Dental Hygiene
Front and Center
Jacquelyn Fried
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 8
Hello! There is More
to Hygiene Than Perio!
Chairside Caries
Management
John Maggio
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 12
Building Optimum
Oral Health Care Teams
Robert Gottlieb, Suzanne
Newkirk, James Rozanski
& Lisa Shaw
10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55
Room: Octavius 15
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:30
7:30
Alternative Providers,
Alternative Settings:
Creating Successful
Hygienist - Managed
Community Oral
Health Programs
Susan Cooper & Katherine Kane
2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40
Room: Forum 4
Using Telehealth
Technologies to
Improve Oral Health
for Vulnerable and
Underserved
Populations
Paul Glassman
2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40
Room: Octavius 15
Oral Care IS
Critical Care
Cindy Kleiman &
Virginia Prendergast
2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40
Room: Octavius 8
Antimicrobial
Resistance: The
Growing Threat
Louis DePaola
2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40
Room: Octavius 12
Student Scavenger
Hunt on Exhibit Floor
10:00am-12:00pm
Student Free Time
1:00pm-4:00pm
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12:00pm-1:00pm
Neopolitan III
--------------------------*Student Delegate /
Alternate Orientation
1:00pm-2:00pm
--------------------------*Minutes Review Committee
2:00pm-2:30pm
--------------------------*Tellers Orientation
2:30pm-3:00pm
--------------------------*Reference Committee
Personnel Orientation
3:00pm-4:00pm
--------------------------CODA Open Hearing
2:30pm-4:00pm Forum 12
--------------------------Association Update
4:30pm-5:30pm Forum 12
--------------------------District Discussions 5:30pm-7:30pm
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Continuing education
CE courses have been designed for the entire dental team and organized into
tracks to help identify the areas of interest.
Continuing Education Verification
It is the responsibility of each attendee to be familiar with his/her
own state’s CE requirements. Check with your state board if you
have questions. 1 CE Credit equals 1 Hour.
Thursday, June 19 –
Morning Courses
TRACK KEY
Professional Development
Education
Public Health
Clinical Practice
Research
Lunches
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Top Ten Trends in Periodontology!
Speaker: Rebecca Wilder, RDH, MS
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Beginner
Room: Room: Neopolitan I
What are the top trends in the treatment of patients with periodontal
disease? Content will include the latest evidence regarding risk
assessment, oral-systemic disease, laser therapy, new treatments
such as antioxidants, resolvins, probiotics, and products available
for oral biofilm removal and reduction.
Current Concepts in Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy
Speaker: Leah MacPherson, RDH, BS, MHP
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Note: This is a pre-requisite for the Thursday afternoon hands-on
strategies session.
Room: Octavius 12
This course is for dental hygienists interested in a update in nonsurgical periodontal therapy. The course will include a review of the
steps to form a diagnosis by assessing bone loss and clinical
attachment levels.
Sponsored by:
Standards of Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice:
A Framework for Patient-Centered Comprehensive Care
Speakers: Carol Jahn, RDH, MS and Pamela Zarkowski, JD, MPH
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: All
Room: Octavius 8
The Standards for Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice provide a framework
for clinical dental hygiene that focuses on the provision of patientcentered care. This session will highlight the standards and discuss the
application to the six phases of the dental hygiene process of care.
Mobile Learning: Technology Our Students Expect
for the 21st Century
Speakers: Cynthia Gadbury-Amyot, MSDH, EdD and Megan Trimble, MA
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists,
Course Level: Beginner
Dentists, Assistants
Room: Forum 4
Hands-On
*Participants must bring their own laptop, iPad or Tablet
to participate in this course. Internet will be provided.
Students today have come to expect the convenience and advantages
that come with mobile technologies. Mobile learning can provide an
environment for rich interaction which has been shown to be critical to
student success. This workshop will review the research and discuss
best practices for teachers and students alike.
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Tongue Tied - A Story NOT Silenced by Oral Cancer
Speaker: Eva Grayzel
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists,
Course Level: All
Dentists, Dental Assistants
Room: Forum 3
One person dies every hour of every day in the U.S. from oral cancer.
Eva Grayzel came close to being the ‘one’ in this statistic. The
riveting details about Eva’s delayed diagnosis stimulate thinking
about enhancing patient care with a high standard of oral cancer
screenings accompanied by patient education.
Sponsored by:
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Lunch & Learn
Speaker: Various Speakers
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 1.5
Ticket Required
Box Lunch Included
Room: Forum 12
Select one of 15 table topics. Many table topics are sold out.
Moderators names are provided on the CE certificate.
What’s New with OSHA and Infection Control?
Speaker: Mary Govoni, CDA, RDH, MBA
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 15
Dental hygienists are typically the dental professionals most frequently
seen by patients in a dental practice. As such, it is incumbent on dental
hygienists to be able to answer infection prevention questions from
patients, to follow appropriate infection prevention protocols and to
lead the rest of the team in following those protocols.
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afternoon Courses
Nutrition Update 2014
Speaker: Warren Karp, PhD, DMD
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists,
Course Level: Beginner
Dentists, Assistants
Room: Octavius 15
This presentation focuses on translating scientific nutrition principles
into practical, everyday diet and nutrition recommendations for patients.
You will become aware of the latest nutritional recommendations as put
forth by major health organizations.
Incorporating Research into the Dental Hygiene Curriculum
Speaker: Leah MacPherson, RDH, BS, MHP
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Hands-On
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Advanced
Room: Forum 7
*To be eligible for this course, participants must take the Thursday
morning course ‘Current Concepts in Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy’
This course will highlight the latest hand instruments and changes
in power driven technology. The presentation will discuss
instrumentation techniques, extraoral fulcrums, instrument selection,
efficiency, preventing common instrumentation pitfalls and issues for
both hand and power scaling.
Speakers: Kathryn Bell, RDH, MS and Aubreé Chismark, RDH, MS
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 8
Incorporation of research principles into the dental hygiene
curriculum can be very challenging. This course is designed to
provide strategies for integrating this material into the curriculum,
as well as teach participants how to incorporate research projects
into the classroom setting.
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Hands-on Strategies to Improve Periodontal Instrumentation
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Comprehensive Health Prevention for Older Adults
Speakers: Ann Eshenaur Spolarich, RDH, PhD and Doreen Naughton,
RDH, BSDH
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Beginner
Room: Forum 4
Attainment of optimal oral health and wellness is a challenging and
dynamic process that occurs along the aging continuum. This course
will present a new, comprehensive model of preventive strategies for
older adults with an emphasis on ensuring safety, minimizing disease
risks, maintaining function, and optimizing oral health quality of life.
Using a Facilitative Nutrition Counseling Approach
Speaker: Warren Karp, PhD, DMD
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 10:00am -1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 15
What techniques and approaches are available which allow a
dental hygienist to help a dental patient increase the amount of
both knowledge and understanding about dentistry and dental
hygiene procedures? This course will present facilitative
learning as an active process, aimed at helping dental patients
integrate both understanding and change into his or her lifestyle.
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Product Presentation
“The Chamber of Medication Secrets”: What Your Patients
Don't Know or Aren't Telling You About What's in Their
Medicine Cabinet
Speaker: Thomas Viola, RPH, CCP
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Beginner
Room: Forum 3
While our patients continue to self-medicate with a variety of herbal
products to cure a multitude of symptoms and ailments including
dental conditions, more misinformation regarding the safe use and
efficacy of herbal products is being made available than at any other
previous time.This program will provide participants with an overview
of the most popular herbal products, their pharmacologic effects and
their impact on dental therapy.
Transforming Dental Hygiene Education:
New Curricular Domains and Models
Sponsored by:
Research Poster Day!
Thursday, June 19! Located in Forum 10
Choice, Challenge, Change – Providing Direct Access Care
Speaker: Doreen Naughton, RDH, BSDH
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Advanced
Room: Octavius 8
2014 celebrates the 30th anniversary of the inception of direct
access care. This class will assist dental hygienists in exploring their
interest and readiness to provide direct access care; discuss
challenges in providing direct access care including supervision
requirements, reimbursement for services, use of consultants,
educational opportunities and examples of successful dental
hygiene practice models.
IMPROVE YOUR ODDS: Faculty Calibration with a Twist
Speaker: Mary Jacks, RDH, MS
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 10:00am -1:00pm
Hands-On
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Advanced
Room: Forum 7
Calibration of faculty is an on-going process. Discussion will begin
with common reasons why faculty are challenged to reach
agreement in the dental hgyiene clinic. The hands-on portion will
focus on problems common to many clinical faculty. Specially
prepared typdonts will allow application of information being
presented, and interactive case studies will assess the level of
agreement with your colleagues.
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Speaker: Pamela Overman, EdD, RDH
Day: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Advanced
Room: Octavius 12
This course will focus on changes to the dental hygiene educational
curricula as based on recommendations made during the ADHA and
Santa Fe Group symposium,“Transforming Dental Hygiene Education:
Proud Past, Unlimited Future.”
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 10:00am -1:00pm
Fee: $40 CE Hours: Certificate of Attendance Provided
Audience: All
Ticket Required
Room: Octavius 12
Course Level: Beginner
Come hear presentations from various corporate companies on the
latest dental products on the market including: Air Techniques,
Cetylite, Colgate, Crest Oral-B, DENTSPLY, GC America, Hu-Friedy,
Kerr TotalCare, NOWSystems, Periodyne, Philips, Premier, Natural
Dentist, Sunstar, WaterPik.
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Effective Strategies for Mentoring and Teaching Research
Speakers: JoAnn Gurenlian, RDH, PhD and Denise Bowen, RDH, MS
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Forum 4
A challenge to dental hygiene educators is teaching research
methodology in dental hygiene programs. The purpose of this course
is to provide a forum for discussing teaching strategies, and mentoring
options that foster the development of foundational research
principles among dental hygiene students and novice investigators.
Speaker: Thomas Viola, RPH, CCP
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists,
Course Level: Intermediate
Dentists, Dental Assistants
Room: Octavius 12
Pain is a complex phenomenon which is of particular importance to
dental practice. Thus, pain management is necessary not only for
patient comfort during a procedure, but also for patient retention and,
ultimately, successful dental treatment programs.
Sponsored by:
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Cultural and Linguistic Comptency Training for
Oral Health Professionals: Training from an
E-Learning to a Small Group Format
“Hurts So Good!” Management of Dental Pain: An Update on
Anesthetics, Analgesics, and Patient Care Considerations
Hands-On
Educational Methods 101: Actively Engaging Learners
Using Classroom Management & Instructional Techniques
Speakers: Crystal Barksdale, PhD and Diamond Bruner, MPH
Day: Friday, 6/20
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Advanced
Room: Forum 7
This course will offer training on delivering cultural and linguistic
competency training in a small group format, based on the U.S. Health
and Human Services, Office of Minority Health Cultural Competency
Program for Oral Health Professionals.
Speaker: Jodi Olmsted, RDH, BS, MS, EdS, PhD
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Hands-On
Fee: $70 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Beginner
Room: Forum 3
Note: Hands-on/Interactive; Limited to 50 maximum participants
Strategies for enhancing student engagement, and active learning will
be explored and applied through this experiential workshop. This
interactive session prepares the new instructor, or refreshes
experienced faculty and academic staff with tips & tricks fostering
safe environments for learning while using effective classroom
management and instructional techniques.
The CMS Oral Health Initiative:
An Opportunity for Dental Hygiene
Benefits of Graduate Education –
Alternative Career Paths & Networking for Success
Speakers: Christine Farrell, RDH, BSDH, MPA
and Nancy Gurzick, RDH, BS, MA
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 2:30pm-4:00pm
Fee: $35 CE Hours: 1.5
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists,
Course Level: Intermediate
Dentists, Dental Assistants
Room: Octavius 8
The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) has
embarked on an Oral Health Initiative that creates opportunities for
registered dental hygienists. Learn what the CMS Oral Health
Initiative is all about and what dental hygienists’ roles can be as the
Initiative is implemented.
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Panelists: Phyllis Martina, RDH, BS, MBA, JoAnn Gurenlian, RDH, PhD,
Jacquelyn Fried, RDH, BA, MS, and Christine Farrell, RDH, BSDH, MPA
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm
Fee: $35 CE Hours: 1.5
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 8
This course is for dental hygienists interested in investigating an
advanced degree, as well as those currently enrolled in an MSDH
program. A panel of leading dental hygiene professionals will discuss
the benefits of graduate education, alternative career paths, and offer
opportunities for networking with other dental hygiene professionals.
Sponsored by:
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Speaker: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, BSDH, DMD
Day: Friday, June 20
Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Advanced
Room: Forum 4
This is a CAMBRA course for the “real world” practitioner. By the
end of this course, you will have all of the tools and the knowledge
to immediately implement CAMBRA into your office.
Sponsored by:
Print your CE certificate at the ADHA Internet
Lounge / CE Print Station! Located in Octavius Foyer
SATURDAY, June 21 –
MORNING Courses
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Evidence-Based Continuing Care Recommendations
for Public Health Clinics
Speaker: Cathy Hollister, RDH, MSPH, PhD
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Beginner
Room: Forum 4
This course will review best practices for assessing risk for caries and
periodontal disease and developing a risk-based continuing care plan
for patients in public health clinics. Participants will use cases to
evaluate risk for low, moderate and high risk individuals, and map a
protocol for an evidence-based continuing care system.
Interprofessional Collaborative Models:
Dental Hygiene Front and Center
Using Telehealth Technologies to Improve Oral Health
for Vulnerable and Underserved Populations
Speaker: Jacquelyn Fried, RDH, BA, MS
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Advanced
Room: Octavius 8
Interprofessional collaboration is recognized as a driving force
behind the delivery of effective, comprehensive and accessible
health care services. This course is designed to provide attendees
with the knowledge base and motivation to develop and implement
collaborative models of practice that integrate oral and systemic
wellness into their employment settings.
Speaker: Paul Glassman, DDS, MPA, MBA
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40 CE Hours: 2
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Advanced
Room: Octavius 15
Telehealth refers to the use of technology to provide health care at a
distance. This course will provide evidence that these technologies
can enhance the ability of the oral health care delivery system to
reach vulnerable and underserved populations.
CONTINUING EDUCATION
SATURDAY, June 21 –
MORNING Courses continued
Oral Care IS Critical Care
Hello! There's More to Hygiene than Perio!
Chairside Caries Management
Speaker: John Maggio, DDS
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Beginner
Room: Octavius 12
Dental professionals spend a lot of time diagnosing and treating
carious lesions, often to see patients keep returning with more
lesions, many times on the same teeth that have been treated.
Dental hygienists are uniquely positioned to identify risk factors,
communicate with patients, and provide interceptive care.
Speakers: Cindy Kleiman, RDH, BS and
Virginia Prendergast, PhD, CNP, FAAN
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40 CE Hours: 2
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Beginner
Room: Octavius 8
Evidence-based research has identified oral care as a critical nursing
intervention for decreasing the incidence of Ventilator Associated
Pneumonia (VAP). In responding to this healthcare crisis, researchers
have emphasized the need for increased education and better oral
care to be implemented in hospital units.
Antimicrobial Resistance: The Growing Threat
Sponsored by:
Building Optimum Oral Health Care Teams
Speakers: Robert Gottlieb, DDS; Suzanne Newkirk, RDH;
James Rozanski, DDS and Lisa Shaw, RDH, MS
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Fee: $55 CE Hours: 3
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 15
It is critical that dentists and dental hygienists improve the ability to
work together effectively. This joint ADA/ADHA session is designed
to encourage our respective members to work together in a more
positive, collaborative direction.
SATURDAY, June 21 –
Afternoon Courses
Speaker: Louis DePaola, DDS, MS
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Fee: $40 CE Hours: 2
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists, Dentists Course Level: Intermediate
Room: Octavius 12
Antimicrobial (drug) resistance is the ability of bacteria, viruses,
parasites and other microorganisms to change and cause an
antimicrobial agent (drug) to be ineffective against the resistant
organism. This course will review the how antimicrobial resistance
develops, discuss some of the most commonly occurring resistant
infections; describe some of the new mechanisms for the
development of resistance and discuss the role of all healthcare
providers in reducing antimicrobial resistance.
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Alternative Providers, Alternative Settings:
Creating Successful Hygienist Managed Community
Oral Health Programs
Speakers: Katherine Kane, RDHAP and Susan Cooper, DDS
Day: Saturday, June 21
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Fee: $40 CE Hours: 2
Ticket Required
Audience: Dental Hygienists
Course Level: Beginner
Room: Forum 4
The presenters have worked in collaboration with public health
agencies, medical clinics, community based organizations and
community oral health coalitions to increase access to oral health
preventive programs for low-income populations in their county.
By utilizing the Dental Hygienist in Alternative Practice (California's
version of the ADHP), they have developed and integrated preventive
oral health programs in a variety of alternative settings including WIC
centers, Medical clinics and Comprehensive Perinatal Services Programs.
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Crystal Barksdale, PhD
Dr. Barksdale is a health disparities researcher and
licensed clinical psychologist.
Kathryn Bell, RDH, MS
Ms. Bell is a graduate of the BS in dental hygiene
and MS in dental hygiene education programs at
the University of North Carolina, and teaches dental
hygiene as a full time faculty member at Pacific
University in Oregon.
Denise Bowen, RDH, MS
Ms. Bowen is a Professor Emeritus in Dental
Hygiene at Idaho State University, is widely known
through her numerous published articles and
continuing education programs related to
nonsurgical periodontal therapy, preventive oral
self-care, research methodology, and dental
hygiene education.
Diamond Bruner, MPH
Ms. Bruner received her Master’s degree in Public
Health from Emory University: Rollins School of
Public Health; she has researched and developed
projects on topics ranging from reducing
malnutrition and maternal mortality in resource poor
areas, understanding racial disparities in infant
mortality, and decreasing the contraction and
spread of HIV/AIDS in high risk populations.
Aubreé Chismark, RDH, MS
Ms. Chismark is an Assistant Professor at West
Coast University in Anaheim, California, and a
member of the CDHA Journal Advisory Board. Her
research interests include ergonomics and the use
of Complementary and Alternative Medicine to
reduce chronic musculoskeletal pain.
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Dr. Cooper came to recognize the lack of dental
services for families at high risk for dental disease
in her county and began to develop and implement
innovative community oral health programs.
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Louis DePaola, DDS, MS
Dr. DePaola is the Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs
and Professor, Department of Oncology &
Diagnostic Sciences, School of Dentistry, University
of Maryland, Baltimore.
Ann Eshenaur Spolarich, RDH, PhD
Dr. Eshenaur Spolarich is Clinical Associate
Professor and Associate Director of the National
Center for Dental Hygiene Research & Practice at
the Ostrow School of Dentistry at the University of
Southern California, and practices dental hygiene
part-time, specializing in geriatrics.
Christine Farrell, RDH, BSDH, MPA
Ms. Farrell is the Oral Health Director for the
Michigan Department of Community Health’s Oral
Health Program. She has been with the MDCH for
over 25 years.
Jacquelyn Fried, RDH, BA, MS
Ms. Fried is well-known for her research and
publications regarding the dental hygienist’s role
in tobacco cessation and prevention, and also
speaks on the principles of scientific writing,
interprofessional education and collaboration and
about HPV and head and neck cancers.
Cynthia C. Gadbury-Amyot, MSDH, EdD
Dr. Amyot serves as Associate Dean of
Instructional Technology & Faculty Development
at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School
of Dentistry.
Paul Glassman, DDS, MPA, MBA
Dr. Glassman is Professor of Dental Practice,
Director of Community Oral Health, and Director of
the Pacific Center for Special Care at the University
of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni, School of Dentistry
in San Francisco.
Robert Gottlieb, DDS
Dr. Gottlieb has been in private practice for 35
years, taught at three dental schools, served on
dental hygiene school advisory boards and was
the president of state periodontists and local ADA
components.
Mary Govoni, CDA, RDH, MBA
Ms. Govoni is an internationally recognized speaker
and consultant on OSHA compliance and infection
prevention.
Eva Grayzel
Ms. Grayzel is a 15-year survivor of stage IV oral
cancer, founded the Six-Step Screening™ oral
cancer awareness campaign, and is the author of
two children's books, 'Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek'
and 'Mr. C the Globetrotter,' in the Talk4Hope Family
Book Series.
JoAnn Gurenlian, RDH, PhD
Dr. Gurenlian is a Professor and Graduate Program
Director of the Department of Dental Hygiene at
Idaho State University and President of the
International Federation of Dental Hygienists.
Nancy Gurzick, RDH, BS, MA
Ms. Gurzick is the Dental Policy Specialist for the
Michigan Department of Community Health.
Cathy Hollister, RDH, MSPH, PhD
Dr. Hollister is a retired commissioned officer from
the United Public Health Service, clinical dental
hygienist, has operated community-based dental
prevention programs, and was the Director of the
Dental Support Center for Native American Tribes
on the east coast.
Mary Jacks, RDH, MS
Ms. Jacks has had years of clinical teaching at
the University of Texas Health Science Center and
has conducted numerous clinical calibration
workshops for faculty across the US and Canada.
Carol Jahn, RDH, MS
Ms. Jahn has been a dental hygienist since 1982
and is currently the Senior Professional Relations
Manager for WaterPik, Inc.
James Rozanski,DDS
Dr. Rozanksi is the Director of Dental Services at
Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare in Utica, New York.
Warren Karp, PhD, DMD
Dr. Karp is a Professor Emeritus at Georgia Regents
University where he has served as Director of the
Nutrition Consult Service for over 20 years.
Lisa Shaw, RDH, MS
Ms. Shaw is a member of the Faxton St. Luke’s Dental
Health Center team for the past 28 years and has
served on multiple community boards and committees
that have focused on access to care issues.
Cindy Kleiman, RDH, BS
Ms. Kleiman is an international speaker, consultant
and researcher on oral care in hospital settings and
has a passion for facilitating interdisciplinary
patient care.
Leah MacPherson, RDH, BS, MHP
Ms. MacPherson is a Professor at Middlesex
Community College and is the recipient of the National
Teaching and Leadership Excellence award.
John Maggio, DDS
Dr. Maggio teaches Cariology, Operative Dentistry
and Practice Management at the State University of
New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, and
maintains a full-time private practice.
Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, BSDH, DMD
Dr. Maragliano-Muniz is a dental hygienist and a
prosthodontist, an assistant clinical professor at
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, maintains
a private practice in Boston, MA and won the Adult
Preventive Care Practice of the Year in 2010.
Phyllis Martina, RDH, BS, MBA
Ms. Martina's career path includes positions in
education, private practice, marketing. She is an
active member of ADHA with her current position as
the Senior Academic Relations Manager at Colgate
Oral Pharmaceuticals.
Doreen Naughton, RDH, BSDH
Ms.Naughton is a clinician, educator, consultant,
author, presenter, and the sole proprietor of Dental
Hygiene Health Services for 25 years in
Washington State.
Suzanne Newkirk, RDH
Ms. Newkirk is a periodontal therapist, dental
hygiene coach and mentor, Perioscopy instructor
and Seattle Study Club speaker.
Pamela Overman, EdD, RDH
Dr. Overman, currently associate dean for
academic affairs at the UMKC School of Dentistry
and former director in UMKC’s Division of Dental
Hygiene, has extensive service and leadership
in dental hygiene.
Virginia Prendergast, PhD, CNP, FAAN
Dr. Prendergast is a recognized expert in
dimensions of oral health among hospitalized
patients.
Megan Trimble, MA
Ms. Trimble is a 12 year veteran teacher leader in
the Blue Valley School District located in Overland
Park, Kansas where she maintains her roles as
building technology facilitator, curriculum developer
and virtual instructor.
Thomas Viola, RPH, CCP
Dr. Viola serves the professions of dentistry, dental
hygiene and dental assisting as an educator,
published writer, and professional speaker in the
areas of dental pharmacology and local anesthesia.
Rebecca Wilder, RDH, MS
Ms. Wilder is an international speaker, professor
at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Dentistry and Editor-in-Chief of the
Journal of Dental Hygiene.
Esther Wilkins, RDH, BS, DMD
Dr. Wilkins is a clinical professor for the Department
of Periodontology at Tufts University School of
Dental Medicine.
Pamela Zarkowski, JD, MPH
Dr. Zarkowski is Provost and Vice-President for
Academic Affairs at the University of Detroit Mercy
School, has been an educator for 35 years, and
academic interests are in the areas of legal and
ethical professional development, leadership,
community dentistry, and women’s health.
Plenary Session Speakers
Thursday Plenary Session:
Dan Thurmon
Dan Thurmon delivers experiences that
go beyond motivation, teaching concepts
and skills in a highly engaging and
entertaining manner. He incorporates his
lifelong performance skills to create high
impact events.
Saturday Plenary Session:
Juliet Funt
Juliet Funt, as the daughter of Allen Funt,
creator of the Candid Camera television
show, Juliet has spent her life observing the
hidden truths beneath our social selves.
Juliet began her television career at two
years old at the hands of her proud poppa,
and since has appeared on national news,
television, and radio.
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Jodi Olmsted, RDH, BS, MS, EdS, PhD
Dr. Olmsted is an Associate Professor at the
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, in the
College of Professional Studies, School of
Health Care Professions.
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Katherine Kane, RDHAP
Ms. Kane is a practicing dental hygienist, business
owner, and clinical consultant for Community Action
Partnership of Sonoma County, and provides and
develops community based preventive programs.
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STUDENTS
STUDENT TRACK
Wednesday, June 18
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Student Table Clinics and Research Poster Sessions
Presentation Setup: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Judging: 4:00pm-6:00pm
Room: Forum 10
Room: Forum 10
Students’ research findings will be displayed at the ADHA’s annual
Student Table Clinic and Research Poster Session Competition. The
student presentations will be available for public viewing Thursday,
June 19. Through sponsor support, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners
will receive cash awards and matching grants to winners’ respective
schools. The first place winner in each category will win $1,000.
Sponsored by:
Thursday, June 19
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Student Table Clinic and Research Poster Awards Breakfast
(by invitation)
9:30am-10:30am
Room: Milano I
Ticket Required
This program is held in order to recognize the effort and dedication of
the students who presented their work at the 2014 national competition
of student table clinics and research poster sessions. This invitationonly event is available to the student presenters and designated guests.
Sponsored by:
Open Viewing of Student Table Clinics/Research Poster
Sessions, RDH & Graduate Student Poster Sessions
11:00am-1:30pm-Live Presentations
Room: Forum 10
1:30pm-4:00pm-Unattended by Presenters
2 CE Hours
Learn about the latest trends, technologies, theories and techniques
by attending the public viewing of the table clinic and research poster
presentations. Undergraduate and graduate students from across the
nation will be presenting table clinics and original research poster
sessions on useful and timely information pertinent to your dental
hygiene practice. In addition, you can view the RDH presentations
given by your peers all in the same location. Earn two CE credits for
your participation.
Friday, June 20
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Student Discussion: Discover, Network & Engage: Leadership
10:30am-12:30pm
Room: Milano I
Engage in an interactive, fun, and educational conversation with
fellow students from around the country and discover how your
leadership will transform the dental hygiene profession. Join in on
the discussion and let your voice be heard!
Student Session: Alternative Careers
2:30pm-4:30pm
Room: Milano I
Are you wondering where to take your career in dental hygiene?
Join a panel of leading dental hygiene professionals in a discussion of
alternative career paths including research, corporate, education and
public health.
Panelists Include:
• Research: Denise Bowen, RDH, MS
• Public Health: Doreen Naughton, RDH, BSDH
• Education: Mary Jacks, RDH, MS
• Corporate: Carol Jahn, RDH, MS
Saturday, June 21
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Student Experience on the Exhibit Floor
Scavenger Hunt for Prizes
10:00am-12:00pm
Room: Exhibit Floor
Using Instagram, take photographs of the items on a list provided and
upload to your Instagram account using #ADHALasVegasHunt with
each photo. Students will be entered to win prizes with the grand prize
of a $250 gift card!
Become a Fan of ADHA on Facebook
Upload photos and share your experience on
Twitter
Instagram
by using #ADHALasVegas
Undergraduate Student Presentations
Sponsored by:
Are You Smarter than Dr. Esther Wilkins?
Esther Wilkins National Board Review Challenge
2:00pm-4:00pm
Room: Milano I
Connect with fellow students from across the country, win prizes and
find out who will be able to say they won the Esther Wilkins National
Board Review Challenge! Stick around after the winners are announced
for a dessert reception and an opportunity to meet and have your
picture taken with Dr. Wilkins!
Sponsored by:
ADHA Official Photography
ICDA Photography is the official photographer
of the 2014 CLL at the 91st Annual Session.
All photographs taken during the CLL &
Annual Session will be placed on the ADHA
website in July.
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Graduate Student Posters
Sponsored by:
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Title of Student Table Clinic
Presenters
School
Is Vapor Safer? Electronic Cigarettes,
A Safer Alternative or the Future of
Tobacco Cessation?
Elmer Herrador, Gerardo Gomez
Cerritos College
Losing Your Mind After Losing Your Teeth?
Lidia Romero, Halyna Le
Cerritos College
Pool of Thought
Kristen Braman, Ildiko Shirazi
Cerritos College
Weeding Out The Truth
Alicia Lauderdale, Elena Franco
Cerritos College
WIC-Ed Caries
Erica Romero, Jennifer Yuson
Cerritos College
While You Were Sleeping…
Megan Blazovic, Samantha Lux
Delaware Technical and Community College
LANAP
Jennifer Keller, Jacquelyn Rotchford,
Danielle Jones, Esra Benlitifah
Eastern Washington University
Wilckodontics
Jennifer Cook, Stacia Bruner,
Carly Thomson, Mackenzie Black
Eastern Washington University
A Strategy for Increasing the Lasting
Presence of Probiotics in the Oral Cavity
Deana Dickershaid, Jena Savino
Farmingdale State College
The Effects of Beta-2 Adrenergic
Agonists on Oral Health
Lauren Pulaski, Nicole Morales
Farmingdale State College
The Orofacial Benefits of Breastfeeding
Rachel D. Kurlander,
Dushyanthan Nithiyananthasothy
New York University
No Butts About It
Courtney King, Rachel Couch
Texas A&M University Baylor
College of Dentistry
BPA is the Pits
Sarah Ross, Meghan Greco, Lillia Yu
The Community College of Baltimore County
Electronic Cigarettes: The New Generation
Mackenzie Sidle
The Ohio State University
Let Me See Your Grills
Alex Miller, Alexa Gasbarro
The Ohio State University
Neutral Is Next
Melanie Gebert, Anna Sarmina,
Cassandra Johnson
The Ohio State University
The Other Face of Botulinum Toxin
Alyssa Titus, Maycee Adams, Moira Carr
The Ohio State University
The Science Behind Toothbrushes
Mirjana Galevska, Taylor Blankenship
The Ohio State University
FASD in Your Chair
Bianca Soriano, Autumn Sandage
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Cocoa Each Day Keeps the Dentist Away?
Hollie Brookman, Amanda Richey,
Naomi Stephens
University of Louisville
"Forgetting About Oral Hygiene"
Periodontal Disease and its Correlation
to Alzheimer's Disease
A Lactobacillus a Day,
Keeps the Dentist Away
Rachel Gati, Jayme Cecil
University of Louisville
Elizabeth Hanna, Alice Khieu, Anait Khalatyan
University of Southern California,
Ostrow Away School of Dentistry
A Spoonful of Strep
Ruhee Jaffer, Cara Mang
University of Southern California,
Ostrow School of Dentistry
BEET High Blood Pressure
Lucy Hua, Jane Law, Cassie Lowe
University of Southern California,
Ostrow School of Dentistry
Heal Thy Self: Platelet Rich Plasma
in Dental and Oral Surgery
Candace Liu, Connie Sanchez
University of Southern California,
Ostrow School of Dentistry
What's 'HAP'pening
Sailun You, Lorena Gomez, Jennifer Stone
University of Southern California,
Ostrow School of Dentistry
Presenters
School
Is Your Mouth Affecting Your Memory?
Rebecca Lucero, Sarah Pollitt,
Meghan O'Donnell
University of Texas School of Dentistry
at Houston
Smart Ink
Jessica N. Dekorver, Silvana Alva
Valencia College
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
and Effects on Oral Cavity
Kathryn Knight, Mallery Kibby,
Jessica Stewart
Virginia Commonwealth University
Periodontal Disease, Health Risks,
and Management of Pregnant Women
Mariela Coronado, Alice Surine
Virginia Commonwealth University
Periodontal Regeneration Through
the Use of Stem Cells
Kyndall Hudson, Christina Guthrie
Western Kentucky University
The Expressionless Smile
Haley Johnston, Alexis Muha,
Shelby Smith, Brooke White
West Liberty University
Exposure Risk of Healthcare Providers
to the Human Papilloma Virus
Amanda Dahlin, Rachel Flynn
West Los Angeles College
Smooches with Pooches
Carrie Sukal
West Virginia University
STUDENTS
Title of Student Table Clinic
2014 Student Poster Session Presentation & Participants
Kristin Sims, Amanda Barney
Cerritos College
Whitening Agents to Reduce
Cariogenic Bacteria
Amy Stonehocker, Alin Jabourian
Loma Linda University
Marijuana: What Healthcare Providers
Should Know
Sally Wiedeman, Ana Plascencia, Paula Byun
Pacific University
Breaking the Barriers to Care:
Community Outreach Programs
Mary Paige Fournier, Alyssa Goike,
Alyssa Reid, Jessica Stricklin
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
Do You Know What You Are Kissing?
Kristy Milheim, Lucia Harvath,
Melinda Kashat, Davina Yatoma
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
Embracing The Past, Building Our Future
Andrea Adams, Amber French,
Lina Jajjoka, Jamie Kay
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
Radiation Hygiene - Are Safety
Precautions Put in Place?
Mallory Gilliam, Dakota Kozel,
Jamie McKenna, Alexis Pinelli
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
What's Growing on Your Toothbrush?
Angelica Enriquez, Abby Hansen, Anitra Moore
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
Toothbrush Contamination and
Preventive Care Techniques
Kimberly A. Moyer, Brooke A. Dillow
University of Maryland School of Dentistry
In Vivo Comparison of Flavored Water
Additives and Their Effect on Salivary pH
Jessica A. Vest, Joy Le Suer
University of Nebraska Medical Center
College of Dentistry
The Tools of the Hygiene Trade
Savannah Fikes
University of Oklahoma
Human Papillomavirus Risk Awareness
among Dental Hygiene Professionals
Katie Gee Hansen, Kimberly Karpowitz
Weber State University
Toothbrush Sanitization: A Comparison
of Two Methods
Kelsey Adams, Chelsea Burr,
Kristen Linford, Hailey Fawson
Weber State University
Beneficial Effects of Green Tea Catechins
on Oral Health
Carmen Habeeb, Sandra Choi,
Kimberly Boyd, Jonathan Koh
West Coast University
Knowledge of Occupational Diseases and
Immunization among Dental Healthcare Providers
Golnaz Golzari, Barbara Kruszelnicki,
Nelthy Diaz, Cecilia Yang
West Coast University
Monitoring Multi-Dental Unit Water
Quality Management Systems
Karissa Egelin, Taylor Gaines,
Andrea Linsley, Anna Jo Blakesley
West Coast University
A Survey to Evaluate the Provision and
Discontinuation of Professionally Applied
Fluoride in West Virginia
Donielle Maihack, Tayla Simpson
West Virginia University
Neuromuscular Orthotics: a TMD Treatment
Caitlyn Rastetter, Allie Beckman
West Virginia University
The Effects of Cleansing Solutions on the
Color Stability of Denture Resins
Carly Scala, Cynthia Huffman
West Virginia University
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DENTSPLY / ADHA GRADUATE STUDENT CLINICIANS PROGRAM
Sponsored by:
Admission Requirements for A.S. Degree
Dental Hygiene Programs: Implications
for Admission Committees
Leslie Acree, RDH, BS, MPH
The Role of the Dental Hygienist in
Screening for Sleep Apnea
Bethany Bewley, RDH, BA, MSDH
Assuring Dental Hygiene Clinical
Competence for Licensure: A National
Survey of Dental Hygiene Program Directors
Calculus Detection Calibration Among
Dental Hygiene Faculty Utilizing Dental
Endoscopy: A Pilot Study
Lucinda Fleckner, RDH, MS
Brian Partido, RDH,MS
Barriers to Membership in the American
Dental Hygienists' Association in the
State of Georgia
The Use of Restorative Procedures
Among Allied Dental Health Personnel
in Minnesota
Brandy Henderson, RDH, BSDH, MSAH
Jennifer Post, RDH, MDH
Oral Health Knowledge of Eating
Disorder Treatment Providers
Assessing Evidence-Based Practice
Knowledge, Attitudes, Access, and
Confidence Among Dental Hygiene
Educators
Lisa Johnson, RDH, BSDH
Oral Health in the Pediatric Primary
Care Setting: A Survey of Attitudes
and Practice Behaviors of Physician
Assistants Nationwide
Cardiologists Referring Patients for
Periodontal Evaluation
Jennifer Stanley, RDH, BSDH
Valerie Maxey, RDH, MSDH
The Effect of Piezoelectric and
Magnetostrictive Scaling Devices
on Treatment Outcomes
Kelly Braun, RDH, MSDH, PHDHP
Physician Evaluation Among Dental
Patients who Screen High-Risk for
Sleep Apnea
Use of Immersive Visualization for
the Control of Dental Anxiety During
Dental Prophylaxis
Chadleo Webb, RDH, BSDH
Carmelo Padrino, BSDH, MS
Kristin Dillow, RDH, MS
Research Poster Sessions
A Survey of Clinical Faculty Calibration
in Dental Hygiene Programs
Nichole L. Dicke, RDH, MSDH
Sponsored by:
The Effect of Teaching Experience on
Service-Learning Beliefs of Dental
Hygiene Educators
Sharlee Burch, RDH, MPH, EdD, MAADH
Quality and Efficacy of Preventive Oral
Health Care Provided by ECP Dental
Hygienists in a School Based Dental Home
A Survey of Dental Hygiene Collaborative
Practice in New Mexico and Minnesota
Melanie Simmer-Beck, RDH, PhD
Allison C. Cahoon, RDH, MS
The Effect of the Isolite Suction on
Aerosols and Splatter During Ultrasonic
Scaling
A New Opportunity for Dental Hygienists:
Certified Diabetes Educator
Elizabeth T. Couch, RDH, MS
Development of an Oral Health and
Nutrition Practice Paper for the Academy
of Nutrition and Dietetics
Linda D. Boyd, RDH, RD, EdD
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Kristeen R. Perry, RDH, MSDH
Marguerite Buehner, RDH, RDA, MHSA
2012 Dental Hygiene Practice in North
America – The physical, economic and
workforce impact of musculoskeletal
disorders among clinical dental hygienists
Anne N. Guignon, RDH, MPH
Cindy M. Purdy, RDH, BSDH, CEAS
Practicum Experiences: Effects on
Clinical Self-Confidence in Senior Dental
Hygiene Students
Analysis of Phone Calls Regarding
Fluoride Exposure Made to New Jersey
Poison Information and Education System
in 2010-2012
Geographic Comparisons of Washington
State Non-Traumatic Dental Complaint
Emergency Department Patients
Whitney Z. Simonian, RDH, BS
Sneha Shah, RDH, MPH
Jacqueline A. Juhl, RDH, MSDH Candidate
In-vitro Determination of the Applied
Dose of Diammine Silver Fluoride
School-Based Preventive Dentistry
Service Programme in Ogun State, Nigeria
Marilynn Rothen, RDH, MS
Sherifat Omolola Quadri
Dental Hygiene Student Perceptions of
an International Learning Experience in
Nicaragua
Dental Hygiene Patient's Willingness
to Undergo HIV Testing
Attitudes of Dental Hygiene Students on
Rubber Dam Isolation
Winnie Furnari, RDH, MS, FAADH
Susan H. Davide, RDH, MS, MSEd
Marilyn Cortell, RDH, MS, FAADH
Judy Kwapis-Jaeger, RDH, MA
Vicki Gianopoulos Pizanis, RDH, MS
Comparison of Communications
Styles amongst an Inter-Professional
Student Cohort
Amy Coplen, RDH, MS
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Research Investigation of Competence
on Oral Assessment and Oral Hygiene
Care in Nursing Curriculums in the
State of Michigan
Cynthia A. Stegeman, EdD, RDH, RD, LD, CDE
Jessica L. Holloman, BSDH
An Analysis of Faculty Perceptions on
Assessment Methods Utilized to Evaluate
Student Competency in Dental Hygiene
Emerging Tobacco Product Use
Associated with Perception of Harm in
Urban High School Males: A Pilot
Cross-Sectional Study
Inter-Professional Collaboration Between
Dental Hygiene and Elementary School
Health Nurses in One North Carolina County
Sonal A. Patel, BS, MPH
Analysis of Digital and Film Based
Radiographic Trends in Kentucky for
the Dental Hygiene Educator
Joseph W. Evans, DDS
First Clinical Patient Care Experiences
of Dental Hygiene Students
Suzanne Edenfield, EdD, RDH
ADHA Esther Wilkins Future Leader Award
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Jennifer Frame, RDH
colgate/ADHA Community Outreach Award
AWARDS
AWARDS
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Southern Illinois Dental Hygienists’ Society #12
Jennifer S. Sherry, RDH, MSEd
Sponsored by:
Sponsored by:
Alfred C. Fones Award
The 2014 Alfred C. Fones Award will be presented during
Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Past Recipients:
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1976 Anne Foley, RDG
1982 Mary E. Cahoon Dole, RDH
1983 Juanita P. Schisler, RDH
1984 Frances Shook, RDH
1985 Marjorie R. Thornton, RDH
1986 Helen Greiner Garvey, RDH
1988 Dorothy J. Fosket, RDH
1992 Elizabeh Reinerth, RDH
1993 Eleanor H. Mily, RDH, BS
1996 Kathleen Morr, RDH, MS
1997 Elizabeth A. Chaney, RDH
1998 Mary L. Kellerman, RDH, MS/DPH
1999 Maxine Alper Tishk, RDH, MS
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Lisa Bell, RDH, MPH
Sponsored by:
2000 Linda K. Bohacek, RDH, MA
2001 Diann F. Bomkamp, RDH, BSDH
2003 Marge Reveal, RDH, MS, MBA
2005 Helene Sharon Bednarsh, BS, RDH, MPH
2006 Deborah Sue Manne, RDH, RN, MSN, OCN
2007 Laura A. Mallery-Sayre, RDH, MSDHEd
2008 JoAnn R. Gurenlian, RDH, PhD
2009 Beverly P. Whitford, RDH, MS
2010 Julie A. Stage, RDH
2011 Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, MS
2012 Laura J. Webb, CDA, RDH, MS
2013 Margaret J. Fehrenbach, RDH, MS
2014 Cynthia C. Amyot, RDH, MSDH, Ed.D
Sponsored by:
DENTSPLY/ADHA Graduate Student
Clinician Program
The DENTSPLY/ADHA Student Graduate Clinician Program promotes
dental hygiene research being conducted in graduate degree programs.
Winners will be announced at the Participant Banquet on Thursday
evening. See page 28 for participant names/presentation topics.
Sponsored by:
Hu-Friedy/ADHA Master Clinicians Award
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session
Janet E. Jordon, RDH, BS
Sponsored by:
Educator of the Year Award
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Gail L. Aamodt, EPDH, MS
Sponsored by:
Irene Newman Professional
Achievement Award
The 2014 Irene Newman Professional Achievement Award will be
presented at Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Past Recipients:
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2005 Katherine M. Pelullo, RDH, ME.d
2006 Joan I. Gluch, RDH, PhD
2007 Heidi Dahlin Philley, RDH
2008 Jodi L. Olmsted, RDH, PhD
2009 Anne Guignon, RDH, MPH
2010 Lillian J. Caperila, RDH, ME.d
2011 Vickie Kimbrough-Walls, RDH
2012 Ann Eshenaur Spolarich, RDH, PhD
2013 Christine Nielsen Nathe, RDH, MS
2014 Michele J. Rase, CDA, RDH, BS
Sigma Phi Alpha Journalism Award
Winner will be recognized at Saturday’s Plenary Session
Kellie Frnka, RDH, BS, CCLS for Baccalaureate
Christine Rogers, RDH, BA for Graduate
Sponsored by:
Honorable Mention: 2013 Journal of Dental Hygiene Best Paper
Award Winner “Chronic HPA Axis Response to Stress in
Temporomandibular Disorder,” by Cynthia A. Lambert, CDA, RDH, MS.
Honorary
Corporate Members
ADHA would like to thank and honor the following companies
for their dedication to the Dental Hygiene Profession with
their generous sponsorship support in the amount of $15,000
or more towards ADHA programming within the last year:
Sponsored by:
student Community Service Award
Winner will be recognized during Saturday’s Plenary Session.
Cypress College
™
Sponsored by:
aDHA Awards for Excellence
in Dental Hygiene/President’s
Luncheon Sunday, June 22
The recipients of the ADHA Awards for Excellence in Dental Hygiene
will be honored at this Special Luncheon:
Joyce Bartle Flieger, RDH, MPH
Jill Rethman, RDH, BA
Sponsored by:
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
1994 Linda Bohacek, RDH, MA
1995 Linda S. Parker, RDH, BS
1996 Patricia Doyle, RDH
1997 JoAnn R. Gurenlian, RDH, PhD;
Deborah Sue Manne, RDH, RN, MSN, OCN
1998 Kimberly K. Benkert, RDH
1999 Helen Brennan, RDH
2000 Lois Palermo, RDH
2001 Laura A. Mallery-Sayre, RDH, MSDHEd
2003 Debra Kurtz-Weidinger, RDH
2004 Kimberly A. Hickman-Bowen, RDH, BSDH, MA
Crest/ADHA Clinical Dental Hygienist Award
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faces to know
2013 – 2014 Officers
President
President-Elect
Denise Bowers,
RDH, PhD
Kelli Swanson Jaecks, Sandra L. Tesch,
MA, RDH
RDH, MSHP
Vice President
Treasurer
Immediate Past
Louann M. Goodnough, President
RDH, BSDH
Susan Savage,
RDH, BSDH
Speaker of the House
Carol Jo Inman,
RDH, BS, PRP
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District I Trustee
District II Trustee
District III Trustee
District IV Trustee
Joan Kenney Fitzgerald, RDH, BS
Jaclyn Gleber, RDH, MEd, EdD
Michele Braerman, RDH, BSDH
Betty A. Kabel, RDH, BS
Maine DHA
Massachusetts DHA
New Hampshire DHA
Rhode Island DHA
Vermont DHA
Connecticut DHA
New Jersey DHA
New York State DHA
Pennsylvania DHA
Delaware DHA
District of Columbia DHA
Maryland DHA
Virginia DHA
West Virginia DHA
Florida DHA
Georgia DHA
North Carolina DHA
South Carolina DHA
District V Trustee
District VI Trustee
District VII Trustee
District VIII Trustee
Beth D. Nicely, RDH
Donnella Miller, RDH, BS
Tammy L. Filipiak, RDH, MS
Janette Delinger, RDH, MSDH
Indiana DHA
Kentucky DHA
Michigan DHA
Ohio DHA
Alabama DHA
Arkansas DHA
Louisiana DHA
Mississippi DHA
Tennessee DHA
Minnesota DHA
North Dakota DHA
South Dakota DHA
Wisconsin DHA
Illinois DHA
Iowa DHA
Kansas DHA
Missouri DHA
Nebraska DHA
District IX Trustee
District X Trustee
District XI Trustee
District XII Trustee
Valoree Althoff, RDH, BS, RP
Jackie Alexander, RDH
Lin Sarfaraz, RDH
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH
Oklahoma DHA
New Mexico DHA
Texas DHA
Colorado DHA
Montana DHA
Utah DHA
Wyoming DHA
Arizona DHA
California DHA
Alaska DHA
Hawaii DHA
Idaho DHA
Nevada DHA
Oregon DHA
Washington State DHA
FACES TO KNOW / PAST PRESIDENTS
faces to know
ADHA SENIOR STAFF
Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Ann Battrell, MSDH
Isaac Carpenter
Director of
Corporate Development
Director of Communications
John Iwanski
Maddie Hilpert
Double the Impact
of Your Donation!
On Friday, June 20 when you make a
donation at the IOH Counter, your taxdeductable donation will be generously
matched up to $1,500 by
Director of
Governmental Affairs
Director of
Member Services
Director of Education
& Research
Ann Lynch
Katie Powell
Pamela Steinbach, RN, MS
Double the Impact
of Your Donation!
On Saturday, June 21 when you make a
donation at the IOH Counter, your taxdeductable donation will be generously
matched up to
*$2,650 by
*$2,500 by
adha past presidents
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1952-53
Laura Peck Fitch
1953-54
Sarah Hill*
1954-55
Marjorie Thornton
1955-56
Marge Fong Eu
1956-57
Beth Linn*
1957-58
Helen Garvey*
1958-59
Tillie Ginsburg*
1959-60
Edna Bradbury*
1960-61
Anne Ragsdale*
1961-62
Margaret S. Hunt*
1962-63
Janet R. Burnham*
1963-64
Irene M. Navarre
1964-65
Alberta Beata Dolan
1965-66
Wilma Motley*
1966-68
Patricia McLean*
1968-69
Lona Hullbush Jacobs* 1969-70
Kay Gandy
1970-71
Diane McCain*
1971-72
Jeanne Fox
1972-73
Konnetta Putman-Sparks 1973-74
Austa M. White
1974-75
Barbara J. Schnurr*
1975-76
Donna J. Luke
1976-77
Jeanette S.
1977-78
Buchanan-Tawney
Kathleen Mast McPherson1978-79
Jeri L. Yunker
1979-80
Cathy V. P. Turbyne
1980-81
Kathleen O. Smith
1981-82
Sally Winship
1982-83
Sara Dunham
1983-84
Cheryl Westphal
1984-85
Patricia Ramsay
1985-86
Connie Tussing
1986-87
Marge Reveal
1987-88
Barb Williamson
1988-89
Mary Alice Gaston
1989-90
JoAnn R. Gurenlian
1990-91
Virginia L. Woodward 1991-92
Deborah Bailey Astroth 1992-93
Sarah A. Turner
1993-94
Kathleen H. Alvarez
1994-95
Gail B. Bemis
1995-96
Ann Battrell
1996-97
Maria Perno Goldie
1997-98
Beverly P. Whitford
1998-99
Lisa B. Potter
1999-2000
Karla J. Girts*
2000-01
Ann E. Naber
2001-02
Kimberly K. Benkert
2002-03
Tammi O. Byrd
2003-04
Helena Gallant Tripp
2004-05
Katie Dawson
2005-06
Marge Green
2006-07
Jean Connor
Diann Bomkamp
Lynn Ramer
Caryn Solie
Pamela Quinones
Susan Savage
*deceased
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
In Memoriam –
Brenda Sue Martin, RDH, MS
Bonnie M. Nothoff, RDH
Sharon Schneider, RDH
Joanne Sheppard, RDH
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
Dorothy Hart*
Edith Hardy Rector*
Ethel Covington*
Mildred Gilsdorf*
Charlotte Sullivan*
Cora Ueland*
Gladys S. Myers*
Evelyn G. Wallace*
Helen B. Brown*
A. Rebekah Fisk*
Addibel F. Hall*
Frances Shook*
Margaret A. Bailey*
Agnes Morris Henry*
Helen Baukin*
Cecilia P. Angel*
Dorothy O’Brien*
Mary Zoepfel*
Isabel Kendrick*
Margaret Jefferys*
Sophie Booth*
Mabel McCarthy*
Frances Stoll*
Evelyn A. Maas*
Blanche Downie*
Betty Krippene*
Evelyn Hannon*
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91st ANNUAL SESSION BUSINESS MEETING
The 91st Annual Session Business Meeting, June 22-24 focuses on the business related activities of the Association. Forums and Workshops
have been streamlined to be topic driven and create a more collaborative discussion environment. All Business Meeting Activities will take
place Caesars Palace Las Vegas
TRACK KEY
ADHA Meetings
Lunches
Workshops
District Discussions
House of Delegates
Reference Committee Meetings
Sunday, June 22
Monday, June 23
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
1st HOD
8:00am-10:00am
Room: Forum 10
8:00am-11:00am
Room: Forum 12
10:00
10:30
Reference Committee Meetings
11:00
10:00am-1:20pm
11:30
A - 10:00am-11:00am
B - 11:10am-12:10pm
C - 12:20pm-1:20pm
Room: Forum 10
12:30
2:00
2:30
7:00am - 9:00am
Room: Forum 12
7:00am - 9:30am
Room: Neopolitan I
Diversity Workshop
9:30am - 11:00am
Room: Forum 12
3rd HOD
11:00am-1:00pm
Room: Forum 10
11:00am-2:00pm
Student Discussions
Awards for Excellence /
President’s Luncheon
11:00am-1:00pm
(See Grid Below)
Installation Luncheon
2nd HOD
Post BOT Meeting 3:00pm-3:30pm
New BOT Orientation 3:30pm- 4:00pm
2:00pm-6:00pm
Room: Forum 10
District Discussion Locations
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Room: Forum 12
1:30pm-3:00pm
Fee: $75/Delegates Free / Room: Forum 12
3:00
3:30
3:30
4:00
4:00
4:30
4:30
5:00
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:30
6:00
6:00
Membership
Workshop
District Discussions
1:00
1:30
Legislative
Workshop
Mega Issue Discussion
9:30
12:00
Tuesday, June 24
Candidates’ Forum
3:30pm-5:00pm
Room: Forum 10
Leadership Mentoring Session
5:00pm-6:30pm
Room: Forum 12
Balloting 6:00pm-6:30pm / Room: Milano I
6:30
2nd HOD
7:00
Continued if needed
Room: Forum 10
7:30
Room: Milano IV
District I
District II
District III
District IV
District V
District VI
District VII
District VIII
District IX
District X
District XI
District XII
Students
Milano VIII
Milano V
Neopolitan III
Neopolitan I
Forum 3
Milano I
Forum 7
Forum 17
Milano III
Milano IV
Forum 20
Forum 21
Milano VII
Note: schedule subject to change
CODA Open Hearing
House of Delegates
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1st HOD – Sunday, 6/22
2nd HOD – Monday, 6/23
3rd HOD – Tuesday, 6/24
8:00am-10:00am
2:00pm-6:00pm
11:00am-1:00pm
IMPORTANT – The House of Delegates will begin promptly at the
start times noted above. Delegate seating will begin 15 minutes prior
to the start time. Please have your floorpass on and your attendance
card signed.
Note –Testimony forms and boxes for submitting testimony to
Reference Committees A, B, C will be located at Delegate
Registration on the Promenade Level. All testimony must be
submitted by 7:00am on Sunday, June 22
Orientations:
Saturday, June 21
Student Delegates and Alternates
Minutes Review Committee
Tellers
Reference Committee Personnel
Room: Milano IV
1:00pm-2:00pm
2:00pm-2:30pm
2:30pm-3:00pm
3:00pm-4:00pm
Saturday, June 21 2:30pm-4:00pm Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
ADHA is encouraging the dental hygiene community to provide
additional testimony during CODA's Open Hearing on the revised
Accreditation Standards for Dental Therapy Education Programs.
Association Update Workshop
Saturday, June 21 4:30pm-5:30pm Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
District Discussions
Saturday, June 21
5:30pm-7:30pm
Rooms: Various
(immediately following Association Update which begins at 4:30pm)
Monday, June 23
11:00am-2:00pm Rooms: Various
FREE, Audience: All
All members within each district’s geographic region are welcome to
attend these sessions during which the issues before the ADHA House
are discussed, the district trustee is elected (alternate years) and
candidates for national office are often invited to make informal talks
Student Discussion
Monday, June 23
11:00am-1:00pm
FREE, Audience: Students
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Room: Milano VII
Reference Committee Hearings
Sunday, June 22 Room: Forum 10
Reference Committee A - 10:00am-11:00am
Reference Committee B - 11:10am-12:10pm
Reference Committee C - 12:20pm-1:20pm
FREE, Audience: All
To keep the House of Delegates sessions flowing smoothly, the reports
and issues before the house are assigned to three committees of five
individuals who are charged with making an in-depth study of the issues
and recommending actions ADHA should take. Share your thoughts in
this town hall format on the annual reports from ADHA councils and
committees and the important policies that direct our profession and
know that your comments will be considered when the committee
makes its recommendations to the House of Delegates.
NOTE: a ten minute buffer between each reference committee has
been established to allow each reference committee one full hour of
discussion. NOTE, should one reference committee finish prior to the
hour time slot available, the next reference committee will begin in
ten minutes.
*Reference Committee reports will be available for pickup by Trustees
immediately following the Mega Issues discussion on Monday morning.
Reference Committee A Executive Session
Sunday, 6/22 – 10:00am – Room: Milano I
Reference Committee B Executive Session
Sunday, 6/22 – 10:00am – Room: Milano II
Reference Committee C Executive Session
Sunday, 6/22 – 10:00am – Room: Milano III
ADHA Awards Program for Excellence
in Dental Hygiene/President’s Luncheon
Sunday, June 22
1:30pm-3:00pm Room: Forum 12
Cost: $75/ Delegates FREE Limited Seating
Plan to attend this very special luncheon that will
recognize and honor President Denise Bowers,
RDH, PhD as well as the recipients of the ADHA
Awards Program for Excellence in Dental Hygiene.
Mega Issues Discussion
Monday, June 23 8:00am-11:00am Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
The Mega Issues Discussion is an opportunity to discuss one main
topic that is important to YOU, the profession and the association.
Balloting
Monday, June 23 6:00pm-6:30pm Room: Milano I
Audience: Delegates Only
BUSINESS MEETINGS + EVENTS
business meetings + EVENTSng
Legislative Workshop
Tuesday, June 24 7:00am-9:00am Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: Legislative Chairs and Advocates
Topics of discussion will include efforts to promote competition in the
oral health care industry and related advocacy efforts. Tara Isa Koslov,
Deputy Director, Office of Policy Planning Federal Trade Commission
(FTC) will be the featured speaker.
Membership Workshop
Tuesday, June 24 7:00am-9:00am Room: Neopolitan I
FREE, Audience: Membership Chairs
Are you responsible for membership in your organization? Finding ways
to reach new members and retain the ones you currently have is a huge
undertaking. Learn more about how to best structure your committee,
how to market to non-members and how you can supplement ADHA's
national marketing activities. You'll also learn more details about the
Mega Issue outcome from last Annual Session. Come prepared with
questions and examples of membership programs you've done in your
own state or component!
Diversity Workshop
Driving Transformation through Diversity
Tuesday, June 24 9:30am-11:00am Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
Panelists will share personal stories of how they’ve experienced
diversity or not within the dental hygiene profession, discuss creating a
culture of diverse collaborative leadership across the profession today
and in the future, and address increasing the cultural competency of
existing and potential members. After the panel discussion, there will
be a question and answer period and the opportunity to network with
the panelists.
Sponsored by:
Candidate’s Forum
Lisa Okamoto, Ryan Rutar,
RDH
RDH, BS, BA
Leadership Mentoring Session:
Installation Luncheon
Is UYP for You? Come Hear from Past Grads
Sunday, June 22 5:00pm-6:30pm Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
Join members of the Leadership Development Committee as they host
a panel presentation of recent Unleashing Your Potential weekend
participants. After the panel discussion, there will be a question and
answer period and the opportunity to network with the panelists.
Melissa Rosochacki,
RDH, BSDH
Tuesday, June 24 1:00pm-2:30pm Room: Forum 12
FREE, Audience: All
Immediately following the 3rd House of Delegates and Installation
Ceremonies, a luncheon buffet in honor of the new 2014-2015 ADHA
Board of Trustees will be held. All those attending the 3rd House of
Delegates should plan to participate in this celebration of leadership.
Sponsored by:
Donate to IOH at ADHA’s
Community Center
Rebecca Bunge, Tammy Filipiak, Jessica Kiser,
RDH
RDH, MS
RDH, BS, MS
ADHA 2014 OFFICIAL PROGRAM
Sunday, June 22 3:30pm-5:00pm Room: Forum 10
FREE, Audience: All
Come hear from ADHA’s future leaders on their visions for the
profession and the association.
Megen Lube,
Melissa Rosochacki,
BSDH, RDH, CDA RDH, BSDH
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COMMITTEE ON ANNUAL SESSION
councils & committees
COUNCIL ON EDUCATION
Colleen Brickle, RDH, RF, EdD, Chair, Minnesota
Rebecca Stolberg, RDH, MSDH, Washington
Tobin Anne Korsch, RDH, MS, Wyoming
Rachel K. Henry, RDH, MS, Ohio
Betty Kabel, RDH, BS, Board Advisor, Florida
COUNCIL ON MEMBER SERVICES
Heather Beavers, RDH, BAS, Chair, Michigan
Erica Michell, RDH, Georgia
Angie Kosmowski, RDH, Ohio
Jessica Huffman, RDH, MDH, North Carolina
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, Board Advisor, Nevada
COUNCIL ON POLICY & BYLAWS
CJ Inman, BS, RDH, PRP, Speaker of the House, Oregon
Sheri A. Moore, RDH, BSHS, Chair, Virginia
Diana G. Saylor, RDH, Tennessee
Marilyn Pickett, BS, RDH, Utah
Anne H. Missig, RDH, BA, MA, Ohio
Joan Kenney Fitzgerald, RDH, BS, Board Advisor 7/1/2013-3/17/2014, New Hampshire
Tammy L. Filipiak, RDH, MS, Board Advisor 3/17/2014-6/30/2014, Wisconsin
COUNCIL ON PUBLIC HEALTH
Christine M. Farrell, RDH, BSDH, MPA, Chair, Michigan
Nicole Glines, RDH, Nebraska
Anne Varcasio, RDH, MA, New York
Matt Crespin, MPH, RDH, Wisconsin
Michele E. Braerman, RDH, BSDH, Board Advisor, Maryland
COUNCIL ON PUBLIC RELATIONS
Kelly Tanner Williams, RDH, MS, CDA, Chair, Virginia
Dawn Ann Dean, RDH, MSDH, West Virginia
Julianna Gelinas, RDH, BS, Pennsylvania
Susan L. Melton, RDH, Tennessee
Tammy L. Filipiak, RDH, MS, Board Advisor, Wisconsin
COUNCIL ON REGULATION AND PRACTICE
Doreen Naughton, RDH, BSDH, Chair, Washington
Clare Larkin, RDH, MEd, RF, CDHC, Minnesota
Barbara Dixon, RDH, MEd, Utah
Elizabeth Carr, BS, MDH, RDH, Mississippi
Beth Nicely, RDH, Board Advisor, Kentucky
COUNCIL ON RESEARCH
Deborah Lyle, RDH, BS, MS, Chair, New Jersey
Ashley Grill, RDH, BSDH, MPH, New York
Jodi Olmsted, RDH, PhD, Wisconsin
Marilynn L. Rothen, RDH, MS, Washington
Jaclyn Gleber, RDH, MEd, EdD, Board Advisor, Pennsylvania
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Denise Bowers, RDH, PhD, President, Ohio
Kelli Swanson Jaecks, MA, RDH, Oregon
Susan Savage, RDH, BSDH, Immediate Past President, Washington
Louann M. Goodnough, RDH, BSDH, Minnesota
Sandy Tesch, RDH, MSHP, Vice President, Texas
Beth Nicely, RDH, Trustee, Kentucky
Betty A. Kabel, RDH, BS, Florida
Annette Lincicome, BS, RDH, Nevada
Peggy Chesser, RDH, BA, Nevada
Heather Rogers, RDH, BSDH, Nevada
Jacqueline Markin, RDH, Nevada
Lancette L. VanGuilder, RDH, Board Advisor, Nevada
Donnella Miller, RDH, BS, Board Advisor, Tennessee
COMMITTEE ON MINUTES REVIEW
Donnella Miller, RDH, BS, Tennessee
Joan Kenney Fitzgerald, RDH, BS, New Hampshire
Jackie Alexander, RDH, Colorado
COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL BOARDS
Mary Lou Gerosky, RDH, CDA, MEd, Chair, Ohio
Nancy Burkhart, RDH, EdD, North Carolina
Melissa Efurd, EdD, MSDH, Arkansas
Jill Mason, MPH, RDH, EPP, Oregon
Jennifer LaRocca, RDH, BSDH, Student Member, Illinois
COMMITTEE ON ADHA BOARD POLICY & PROCEDURES
Sandy L. Tesch, RDH, MSHP, Chair, Texas
Jackie Alexander, RDH, Colorado
Janette Delinger, RDH, MSDH, Kansas
COMMITTEE ON STUDENT RELATIONS
Beth Nicely, RDH, Chair, Kentucky
Valoree Althoff, RDH, BS, New Mexico
Jaclyn Gleber, RDH, EdD, Pennsylvania
Donnella Miller, RDH, BS, Tennessee
STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD
Jordan Poulos, Region A, New York
Brittany Bell, Region B, Kentucky
Natalie G. Chapman, Region C, Texas
Shannon Weir, Region D, Arizona
TOBACCO INTERVENTION INITIAVE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Mary C. Kelly, RDH, BS, Chair, Iowa
Joan M. Davis, RDH, PhD, Illinois
Margaret J. Fehrenbach, RDH, MS, Washington
Jacquelyn L. Fried, RDH, MS, Maryland
Nancy K. Mann, RDH, Indiana
Michele E. Braerman, RDH, BSDH, Board Advisor, Maryland
ADHA AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE COMMITTEE
(JOHNSON & JOHNSON)
Pamela L. Quinones, RDH, BS, Chair, Maryland
Lynn Ramer, LDH, Indiana
Tammi O. Byrd, RDH, South Carolina
Carol Jahn, RDH, MS, Illinois
HYPAC
Janette E. Delinger, RDH, MSDH, Chair, Kansas
Lin Sarfaraz, RDH, California
Tammy L. Filipiak, RDH, MS, Wisconsin
Diann Bomkamp, RDH, BSDH, CDHC, Member at Large, Missouri
ADHA APPOINTED COMMISSIONERS
Kathi R. Shepherd, RDH, MS, Commission on Dental Accreditation, Michigan
Mary Lou Gerosky, RDH, Joint Commission on National Dental
Examinations, Ohio
ETHICS COMMITTEE
Yolanda Josey-Baker, RDH, MPH, Region A, District of Columbia
Tammie Nelson, RDH, Region B, Louisiana
Jackie Leakey, RDH, Region C, Kansas
Cindi Rasmussen, RDH, Region D, Oregon
FINANCE COMMITTEE
Denise Bowers, RDH, PhD, Chair, Ohio
Kelli Swanson Jaecks, MA, RDH, Oregon
Louann M. Goodnough, RDH, BSDH, Minnesota
Sandy L. Tesch, RDH, MSHP, Texas
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, Nevada
Tammy L. Filipiak, RDH, MS, Wisconsin
IOH BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Susan Savage, RDH, BSDH, Chair-Elect, Washington
Denise Bowers, RDH, PhD, Director, Ohio
Kelli Swanson Jaecks, RDH, BSDH, MA, Director, Oregon
Sandy Tesch, RDH, MSHP, Texas
Louann M. Goodnough, RDH, BSDH, Treasurer, Minnesota
SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW COMMITTEE
Winnie Furnari, RDH, MS, FAADH, Chair, New Jersey
Amy Coplen, RDH, LAP, MS, Oregon
Ann O'Kelley Wetmore, RDH, MSDH, Washington
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
RESEARCH GRANT REVIEW COMMITTEE
Pamela L. Quinones, RDH, BS, Chair, Maryland
Susan Savage, RDH, BSDH, Washington
Lynn Ramer, LDH, Indiana
Caryn Solie, RDH, Nevada
Kelli Swanson Jaecks, MA, RDH, Board Advisor, Oregon
Sheryl Syme, RDH, MS, Chair, Maryland
Ann Brunick, RDH, MS, South Dakota
Marilynn Rothen, RDH, MS, Washington
Kathryn Bell, BSDH, RDH, MS, Oregon
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