THE ORTHODONTICS SYMPOSIUM

State–of–the–Art Computer Technology
for the Dental and Orthodontic Practice

  

The theme of this event will be digital technology, including the latest information on intraoral scanning and computer technology in today’s Orthodontic and Dental environment. It will provide answers to many questions and to the love/hate relationship we all have with our computers.

  


Current State of Three-Dimensional (3D)
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Intra and extra-oral 3D structure images obtained by scanning have facilitated model visualization for diagnostic purposes, laboratory transfer processes, elimination of cast breakage, cast reproduction and manipulation, facial treatment simulation, and reclamation of storage space. It also encounters the demand of multiple-doctor practices, multiple practice locations, and patient volume growth. This course will present the most current concepts of 3D imaging acquisition and discuss its application in the diagnosis and treatment plan applied to orthodontics and other dental specialties.

Objectives:
  • Demonstrate knowledge on different intraoral scanning techniques and devices.
  • Learn how specific technology features impact buying decision.
  • Recognize efficiency, accuracy, consistency, and predictability of treatment outcomes using 3D technology.
Guest Speaker:

JOSE A. BOSIO, BDS, MS
Baltimore, Maryland

DR. JOSE BOSIO completed his dental education in Brazil (1987). He received his TMJ certificate from Eastman Institute of Oral Health, Rochester, NY (1993); and his MS and certificate in Orthodontics from The Ohio State University (1996).

Dr. Bosio is currently a Clinical Associate Professor and Program Director in the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry of the University of Maryland in Baltimore. Previously he was an Associate Professor Clinical Scholar at Rutgers School of Dental (2014-17). At Marquette University School of Dentistry he was an Assistant Professor (2008-14), and held positions of Orthodontic Clinic Director, Acting and Interim Program Director, while maintaining an active faculty practice.

Dr. Bosio has published one book on computer office management software and over 20 publications on various orthodontic clinical outcomes. His research work has been recognized by the American Association of Orthodontists with the Thomas M. Graber Award received in 2011. He also received Teaching Fellowship Awards from the American Association of Orthodontics in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and from AAOF in 2011 and 2012. He filed an application for a patent of a new orthodontic bracket system in 2015. Dr. Bosio has served as an Examiner for the American Board of Orthodontics since 2010, and as Scientific Chair for the 2014 MSO/GLAO combined annual meeting in Chicago. He is currently serving as the President for the Society of Orthodontic Educators (SOE) and as reviewer for the AJODO, EJO, JWFO, and Angle Orthodontist.



Cool and Scary Things about
Computer Technology and Your Practice

Computer Technology is pervasive in the modern Orthodontic Practice. Your computers, wi-fi and the Internet enable not only your traditional applications, but also an ever expanding (bewildering) array of Cloud based services. But what makes sense for your practice?

During this session I will share with you my experiences from other Practices. We’ll cover an assortment of topics that may include:

  • Ransomware – how hackers encrypt your data.
  • Protecting yourself from internal attacks – who needs hackers when we have a disgruntled employee?
  • Simple steps towards security – a collection of easy to implement tactics that help protect your practice from hacks and help you with HIPAA.
  • Safe surfing – personal surfing by staff is the primary cause of spyware getting into your computers. What can we do about it?
  • Internet backup – is it time to add this to your backup strategy?
  • Cool technology tips & tricks to help you make the most of what you already have.
  • How $100 can make your existing PC faster than ever.
  • “The Cloud” – what is it and why would you care?
  • Buying guide – advice on how to get just what you need while avoiding getting ripped off buying that next computer for your home or Practice.
  • … and more.

If you use a computer at home or the practice, there will be something in this lecture for you. I promise to limit the geek speak and discuss the issues in terms that we can all understand. I encourage you to bring your experiences, questions and concerns to discuss.

Objectives:
  • To be able to evaluate if Cloud-based services are a good fit for your practice.
  • Understand issues and solutions to dealing with common computer security issues.
  • Safe surfing techniques to protect yourself from Ransomware and other Internet risks.
Guest Speaker:

STEVE McEVOY
Sacramento, California

MR. MCEVOY is an IT professional and Project Manager working for MME Consulting, Inc., a computer company that specializes in serving Orthodontic Practices in the US and Canada. He has 20+ years working hands-on with the technologies used in Dental Specialty Practices. Steve is currently serving as a Chair of the AAO Committee on Technology (CTech).


Date:
Friday, October 13, 2017
Time:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location:
The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
Tuition:
$265 for Dentists
$125 for Residents
Credit:
7 credit hours
Code:
18D1001

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