ASM22 Final Program

Metro Toronto Convention Centre SOUTH BUILDING

FINAL PROGRAM

The ODA looks forward to welcoming you back in-person to learn and reconnect with colleagues, friends, speakers and exhibitors in a safe and comfortable environment. Return to the excitement of a live event offering 90+ speakers and workshops and a diversified program of clinical, practice management and personal development topics. The Exhibits Floor showcases the latest new and innovative products and services in the dental industry, as well as a range of complimentary feature areas and two complimentary cocktail receptions. The Annual Spring Meeting (ASM) is the signature event of the Ontario Dental Association (ODA). The event is one of the longest- running and most-respected dental conventions in North America. It has become a popular meeting place for dental professionals to connect, network, socialize and share best practices. WHAT’S INSIDE Welcome Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Oral Health Strategy Symposium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Exhibits Floor/ Complimentary Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Health and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Experience Toronto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Headlining Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Daily Speaker Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Category 1 (Core) Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Thursday, May 5, Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Friday, May 6, Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Saturday, May 7, Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Exhibitor Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227

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May 9-11, 2019

nd my warmest greetings to everyone Dear Friends: I am pleased to extend my warmest greetings to everyone attending the Annual Spring Meeting hosted by the Ontario Dental Association (ODA). May 5 – 7, 2022 l Spring Meeting of the Ontario Dental

A has been the voice of dentistry in Ontario, providing Since it was founded in 1867, the ODA has been committed to representing and supporting dentists in the province. This conference and trade show is a wonderful opportunity for dental professionals to network with colleagues, learn from internationally renowned speakers, and discover the latest in dental products and t chnologi s. Dear Friends: I am pleased to extend my warmest gre tings to everyone attending the 2022 Annual Spring Meeting of the Ontari Dental Associatio (ODA). Now in its 157th year, this event brings together dental ionals as well as information and services to the public. The ng brings together dentists from across the province to explore rest and learn about the latest developments in maintaining oral mend the organizers of this event for putting together an I would like to thank the ODA for organizing this event. I am certain that everyone in attendance will benefit from this experience, and will leave ready to take on new challenges and opportunities. Please acc pt my best wishes for a successful event. Sincerely, m that also provides valuable networking opportunities. I am s will leave inspired to put what they have learned into practice. I would like to commend the ODA for promoting the highest standards of dental care and for supporting its members in their pursuit of professional excellence. It continues to be a ch llenging time for planning and hos ing eve ts. That is why I would also like to thank the organizing committee for putting together an insightful program for delegates. Please accept my best wishes for a rewarding experience. Sincerely, st wishes for a memorable and productive meeting in Toronto. professionals from across the province to share their knowledge and best practices, and to discuss the latest advancements in oral health care. I am certain that everyone in attendance will benefit from the many educational and networking opportunities plan ed for this meeting and that they will come away with the tools they need for continued success.

The Rt. Hon. Justin P. J. Trudeau, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada

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Premier of Ontario - Premier ministre de l’Ontario A MESSAGE FROM PREMIER DOUG FORD

May 5 – 7, 2022

A MESSAGE FROM PREMIER DOUG FORD pleased to extend greetings to everyone attending the al Spring Meeting of the Ontario Dental Association (OD remier convention attracts thousands of dental care pro across Canada. I commend the ODA for promoting the h ards of dental care by mounting this annual event. Show test in dental innovations and techno gies, this meeting tant opportunities to advance professional developmen tise through lectures, workshops and presentations by p ers. I want to extend warm greetings to everyone taking part in the Ontario Dental Association’s (ODA) 155th Annual Spring Meeting. Promoting good dental health is a vital part of building a strong and healthy province. I’m grateful for the contributions of dentists and other dental professionals to our well-being. Your skills and knowledge have helped countless Ontarians lead healthy lives. Spring is a time of renewal, and this event is an opportunity to refresh your spirits and minds. I know many of you are looking forward to reconnecting with old colleagues, listening to inspiring keynote speakers, sharing best practices, and exchanging new and vital information. I thank the ODA for hosting this event. I also commend its members for their commitment to promoting the highest standards of dental care. Please accept my best wishes for a productive and inspiring gathering. those who made the journey to Toronto, I hope you enj n our province’s capital, and have the chance to take in s ty’s terrific attractio ns. hope you have a productive and successful Annual Spri ng.

Doug Ford Premier

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Message from the Mayor

Message from the Mayor It is my pleasure to extend greetings and a warm welcome to everyone participating in the Annual Spring Meeting hosted by the Ontario Dental Association (ODA). With over 157 years of history, the ODA's Annual Spring Meeting is one of the longest dental conventions in North America, and is an excellent opportunity for industry professionals and organizations to share ideas and network. Best wishes to all attendees as you connect with speakers and discuss best practices in your field. tory, the ODA's Annual Spring Meeting is one of the s in North America, and is an excellent opportunity for d organizations to share ideas and network. Best you connect with speakers and discuss best practices As Canada's largest city and the fourth largest in North America, Toronto is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture, and is dedicated to being a model of sustainable development. On behalf of Toronto City Council, please accept my best wishes for an informative and enjoyable event. nd the fourth largest in North America, Toronto is a , finance, arts and culture, and is dedicated to being a elopment. Council, please accept my best wishes for an event. Yours truly, Message from the Mayor d greetings and a warm welcome to everyone Spring Meeting hosted by the Ontario Dental Yours truly, John Tory Mayor of Toronto

It is my pleasure to extend greetings and a warm welcome to everyone the Ontario Dental Association's ASM 19. Welcome to the more than 12,000 dental professionals who will hear fro speakers, network and share best practi es with coll agues in a setting for professional development and growth. As Canada's l rgest city and the fo rth largest N rth America, Toront global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is dedicated to model of sustainable development. I welcome everyone to our city and e courage you to enjoy Toronto and learn about our vibrant neighbourh On behalf of Toronto City Council, please accept my best wishes for an inf rmative and enjoyable event.

John Tory Mayor of Toronto

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After two years of hosting virtual meetings, plans are well underway for an in-person ASM22 . I hope you are as excited about reconvening at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre as I am. In consultation with several event experts, the Ontario Dental Association’s goal is to provide many exciting and engaging courses, vendors and events that the entire dental team can enjoy safely and responsibly. Silken Laumann, inspiring Olympic hero and mental health advocate, will open the Annual Spring Meeting with her keynote address on Thursday, May 5. Neil Pasricha, happiness expert and bestselling author of The Book of Awesome , will speak on Friday morning, May 6. We are thrilled to be able to showcase both of these thought-provoking speakers. As for continuing education, we have curated a diverse variety of clinical, practice-management and personal development courses for you and your team. Make sure you sign up for the hands-on workshops in advance; they are always very popular and sell out quickly. Some of our feature courses include: • Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Success in Endodontics — Dr. Brett E. Gilbert • Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest-Growing Demographic in Dentistry — Dr. Lou Graham • Dental Caries: A Simplified Treatment Model — Dr. Kim Kutsch • Cosmetic Pearls for the General Practitioner — Dr. Marty Zase This year’s Oral Health Strategy Symposium focuses on antimicrobial stewardship. Antibiotics are life-saving drugs. Antibiotic resistance is described as a “slow pandemic” and is considered a pressing international public health problem associated with increased morbidity, mortality and health care costs. This three-day symposium will provide insight on how dental teams can help in raising awareness, preventing and controlling infections and optimizing the use of antibiotics through antimicrobial stewardship in dentistry. We are also looking forward to reconnecting with and supporting our favourite vendors on the Exhibits Floor. The Exhibits Floor will be open Thursday and Friday (May 5 and May 6). It will offer complimentary feature areas and will host two complimentary cocktail receptions to enhance your ASM experience. The pandemic has made everyone re-evaluate what is important in our daily lives. I, for one, took for granted how important networking and socializing with colleagues is to our professional lives. Welcome Message From the Education Advisory Committee

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And I am certain that I am not alone in this feeling. I sincerely hope that you are looking forward to returning to Toronto for ASM22 to reconnect with friends and colleagues, and refresh your professional career.

Dr. Jeff Diefenbacher, Chair, Education, Advisory Committee

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Territorial Acknowledgement The Ontario Dental Association acknowledges that the land this event is being held on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit. For the ODA’s Statement on Indigenous Peoples, Truth and Reconciliation, visit https://oda.ca/news-publications/statement- on-indigenous-peoples-truth-and-reconciliation/

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Greetings from the President of the Dental Industry Association of Canada

Henry Doyle President, DiAC

Greetings ODA ASM 2022 Attendees!

On behalf of the Dental Industry Association of Canada, I would like to express my best wishes to all who are attending this exciting event. With the cancellation of the 2020 and 2021 conferences, it has been far too long since we were last here in Toronto at the ASM. We are thrilled to be participating in this event and hopeful this marks the beginning of a return to positive and productive in-person dental conferences in Canada.

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Greetings from the President of the Ontario Dental Hygienists’ Association

Carrie Vondrau, rdh ODHA President

As President of the Ontario Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA), it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2022 Ontario Dental Association Annual Spring Meeting (ASM). These events are important opportunities to bring oral health professionals together for professional development and networking. The expansive exhibit floor once again offers displays of the latest products and technology. ODHA representatives are looking forward to connecting with you in the exhibit hall. Visit the ODHA booth to pick up resources and information to use chairside with clients, enter the draw for your chance to win a dinner and movie night package, and most importantly, discover why Ontario dental hygienists choose membership with their provincial professional association. Enjoy ASM and I look forward to reconnecting with many of you.

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Greetings from the President of the Ontario Dental Assistants Association

Kelly Mansfield, cda ODAA President

It is my great pleasure to extend a warm welcome to the members of the Ontario Dental Assistants Association to the Annual Spring Meeting. I have always regarded the ODA ASM as a chance to update our knowledge and explore the future trends in dentistry, while fostering a professional network with other members of the dental team. I hope you and your team members will use this opportunity to embrace the ASM and all it has to offer. Enjoy the educational lectures and seminars and be sure to take advantage of the trade floor for the latest services and products. Please be sure to stop by the ODAA exhibitor booth to meet the team and sign in to receive certification credits.

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Greetings from the President of the Association of Dental Technologists of Ontario

Karim Sahil, mdt , rdt ADTO President

In the past decades, dentistry and dental technology have advanced by leaps and bounds. These advances have been driven by improvements in computer processing power, leading to advances in digital technology (CAD/CAM) and improvements in biomaterials. However, has the communication between a Dentist and a Dental Technologist seen similar advances? Registered Dental Technologists (RDT) today have adopted new ways of providing services to clinicians which aid in harmonious treatment planning. Not only does this allow for both healthcare professionals to reach a desired result but also exemplifies patient centered care. As an auxiliary team member, a Dental Technologist is a regulated healthcare professional and can bring a wealth of knowledge to the oral health team. It is my pleasure as President of the Association of Dental Technologists of Ontario (ADTO) to welcome you to this ODA ASM22. We welcome you to visit the ADTO booth and discuss with us why an RDT is an integral part of the oral health care system.

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Antimicrobial Stewardship SYMPOSIUM

Antibiotic resistance is considered a pressing international public health problem, associated with increased morbidity, mortality and health care costs. Antibiotic consumption is recognized as a cause of emerging resistance, some of which is directly attributed to the indiscriminate or poor use of antibiotics. In this symposium, international experts will discuss these issues and the role of dental teams in raising awareness, preventing and controlling infections, and optimizing the use of antibiotics through antibiotic stewardship in dentistry.

MODERATOR Susan Sutherland DDS, MSc

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

Thursday, May 5 | 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Thursday, May 5 | 2:30 – 5:00 pm The Big Picture — Perspectives of ID Specialists on AMR. Leveraging Our Experience With COVID-19 to Tackling the Antimicrobial

Is There a Problem in Dentistry? Prescribing Patterns in Dentistry Before, During and After COVID-19. Wendy Thompson, BSc(Hons), BDS(Hons), PhD, MCGDen

Resistance Crisis. How the Impact of Antibiotics On The Environment & Health and the Concept of “One Health” Informs High Level Global and National Initiatives.

Lynora Saxinger, MD, FRCPC, CTropMed Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM, FCAHS

See page 97/99

Friday, May 6 | 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, May 6 | 2:30 – 5:00 pm

Evidence-Based Use of Antibiotics — Part 1: Antibiotics in General Dental and Oral Surgery Practice Wendy Thompson, BSc(Hons), BDS(Hons), PhD, MCGDen Nicholas Makhoul, DMD, MD, FRCD, Dip.ABOMS, FACS

Evidence-Based Use of Antibiotics — Part 2: Rational Antibiotic Use: Perspectives of an Endodontist and an Infectious Diseases Pharmacist Ashraf Fouad, DDS, MS Katie Suda, PharmD, M.S., FCCP

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Saturday, May 7 | 8:30 – 11:00 am Saturday, May 7 | 12:00 – 3:00 pm

The Medium Is the Message: Where to From Here Part 1: Using Antibiotics Wisely — Helping Clinicians and Patients Engage In Conversations About Unnecessary Antibiotic Use: A Role for the Whole Dental Team. Wendy Thompson, BSc(Hons), BDS(Hons), PhD, MCGDen Jerome Leis, MD, MSc

The Medium Is the Message: Where to From Here — Part 2: The Role of Data and the Regulator In Curbing Antibiotic Resistance. What Can Be Done In Ontario? Kevin Schwartz, MD, MSc, FRCPC, DTM&H Daniel Faulkner, HBSc, MBA

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Continuing Education

Paid Ticketed Courses

• ALL Category 1 (Core) courses are $20 per ticket. This guarantees your seat in a Category 1 course. •  ALL hands-on workshops; fees are listed below the course descriptor. You must purchase a ticket to access paid courses. Purchasing a ticket for a course provides you with guaranteed access. Don’t be disappointed: register early, as these courses are in high demand and many sell out quickly. Although there is no guarantee, a small number of paid courses may still be available for purchase at the on-site registration desk. Free Ticketed Courses

• ALL Category 2 courses (clinical) •  ALL Category 3 courses (practice management, personal development, other)

The general registration fee includes all free ticketed courses. Register in advance for these courses to guarantee your spot until the published course start time. You cannot register for free courses on-site, but standby lines are available outside the meeting room. Registration for free ticketed courses closes on Monday, May 2, 2022. All free course tickets expire at the published start time and are not valid for late arrivals . Note: if you arrive more than 30 minutes late for your course, we will no longer be scanning, and therefore, no credits will be given. All tickets for your preferred course claimed? Did you forget to register for your preferred course? Did you change your mind or did you arrive late? You can still try your luck on site! Attendees in each standby line can access available seats on a first-come, first-served basis, immediately after the published start time. Attendees with exhibitor badges cannot access any paid or free courses and workshops. Prerequisite Courses for Workshops All courses that are prerequisites for a hands-on workshop will have reserved seats for workshop participants. If you purchase a workshop, please also register for the prerequisite course. You must attend the prerequisite course to access the workshop. Show your itinerary on the back of your badge, which displays your workshop registration, to access the reserved seats. Please use these reserved seats, so that as many attendees as possible can access the unreserved seating. Course Times There are three staggered course times in the morning and two times in the afternoon Thursday, May 5, and Friday, May 6. Morning courses start at 9:00 am, 9:30 am and 10:00 am, and afternoon courses start at 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Morning courses on Saturday, May 7, begin at 8:30 am, and afternoon courses start at 12:30 pm. Please visit the ASM website at asm.oda.ca , the Final Program , Program At-a-Glance and the on-site signage to confirm the course start times and locations.

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Speaker Handouts The ODA has an ongoing focus on reducing waste at the ASM. With the support of ASM speakers, the ODA continues its commitment to be as green as possible for ASM22 by providing speaker handouts for download from the ASM website at asm.oda.ca . Not all speakers provide handouts. Handouts will be available for download in mid-April 2022 until July 31, 2022. CE Credits and Attendance Verification ODA MEMBER DENTISTS How many CE credits can I earn at the ASM? You can earn three (3) credits per half day of the ASM, to a maximum of 18 CE credits over the three days. However, some clinical hands-on workshops include bonus credits (as indicated in the program under the course descriptor). CE credits fall under the RCDSO Quality Assurance categories. Category 1: core courses (includes independent assessment) Category 2: clinical courses Category 3: practice management, personal development and general attendance on the Exhibits Floor You cannot earn CE credits for both the Exhibits Floor and courses during the same half day. Examples: • If a dentist attends a half day course in the morning (3 CE credits) and a half day workshop (3 CE credits) with 1 bonus credit in the afternoon, they can earn 7 CE credits for the day. • If a dentist attends a Category 1 (Core) course in the morning and visits the Exhibits Floor in the afternoon, they can earn 3 CE credits in Category 1 and 3 CE credits in Category 3. How is my attendance verified? Scanning is used to verify attendance at the ASM. Dentists must scan in to all courses they attend in order to receive CE credits. For Category 1 (Core) courses, ODA member dentists are required to scan in and complete an independent assessment at the end of the course and then scan out. Holding a ticket for a course does not qualify you for CE credits, unless you have scanned in and out, as outlined under the “Continuing Education” segment of the Show Guide . Important: if you do not scan in (and, where required, scan out) to courses, the ODA has no other way of verifying your attendance at a course. Continuing Education

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Category 1 (Core) Courses Please note: attendees arriving more than 15 minutes late or leaving 15 minutes early for a Category 1 (Core) course will forfeit their claim to Category 1 (Core) course credits. Attendees can select a Category 2 or 3 course, instead. Because our courses are ticketed as Category 2 and 3, courses are subject to availability. Please check the on-site signage for availability to Category 2 and 3 courses. To maintain the integrity of the RCDSO credits system, there are no exceptions to the rules. Dentists are required to do the following: • Scan in • Complete the independent assessment (quiz), print your name and ODA membership number • Hand in the independent assessment to the Room Monitor and then scan out of the course. Full-day Continuous Courses You must scan in to a full-day continuous course in the morning, scan in again in the afternoon and scan out at the end of the course to receive the full six (6) CE credits. Please note: no CE credits will be given for attending a half day of a full-day continuous course. You must have three scans to qualify for a full-day continuous course and six (6) CE credits. Category 1 (Core) Full-day Continuous Courses In addition to the regular full-day continuous course scanning rules above, attendees are also required to scan out when the morning session is complete and again when the afternoon session is complete. All four (4) scans (morning in, morning out, afternoon in, afternoon out) are required in order to claim CE credits for a full-day continuous Category 1 (Core) course. As is required, you must also hand in your independent assessment prior to scanning out. Exhibits Floor To receive CE credits for visiting the Exhibits Floor, dentists must scan in during each half day at the CE scanning stations located at the back of the Exhibits Floor. To receive CE credits for the morning, scan in between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon. To receive CE credits for the afternoon, scan in between 12:01 and 5:30 pm. ASM22 On-Demand: May 16–31, 2022 If you purchased the Best Value Package , you can access the virtual on-demand ASM22 . You can log in to the virtual platform between May 16 and 31, and view your preferred courses on a 24-7 basis in the comfort of your office or home. When you log in to ASM22 on-demand, you must enter your email address. Attendance verifications will be issued after you have completed viewing each course. Please note: you are required to complete the entire course in order to receive an attendance verification. You will not receive CE credits if you do not complete the entire course. Please print or save a copy of each attendance verification(s) for your records. If you have trouble printing or saving your on-demand attendance verification, contact Teresa Tomassetti at ttomassetti@oda.ca. Continuing Education

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How Can I Access My Attendance Verification? For the in-person ASM22 your attendance verification record will be emailed to you in late June 2022. To have an attendance verification emailed to you and each member of your dental team, the ODA requires a unique email address for each attendee. It is the responsibility of each member dentist to maintain their own records and report their activity to the RCDSO. ADA CERP The Ontario Dental Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual activities or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by the board of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a continuing education provide may be directed to the provider or the ADA CERP at ada.org/cerp. Collect More Continuing Education Credits After the ASM! Why struggle to line up for courses at the ASM? If you were not able to get tickets to your favourite speakers at the ASM, now you view the most-popular courses virtually by purchasing the Best Value Package for $95 prior to May 4. This on-demand component of ASM22 will be available post-event, from May 16–31. Access courses post-ASM anytime, anywhere 24/7, and earn additional continuing education credits. If you miss the advance registration date for the Best Value Package, you can still purchase an upgrade to the Best Value Package at on-site registration for $149. You can only purchase the Best Value Package with your general registration fee or by upgrading your registration on-site at the ASM. The Best Value Package is not available as a registration category. Continuing Education

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Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. Provider ID# 214575. The current termof the acceptance extends fromMay 1, 2021 to June 30, 2025. The attendance verification for the courses can be sent to membership@agd.org by the AGD member to get the credits from AGD descriptors. Out-Of-Province/Country Dentists Out-of-province dentists must verify their continuing education requirements with their respective provincial regulatory authority and submit their own attendance verification. Dental Assistants, Office Personnel Members of the Ontario Dental Assistants Association (ODAA) can earn four (4) continuing education credits to a maximum of eight (8) credits per day. Sign in at the ODAA Booth 309 on Thursday, May 5, and Friday, May 6, from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, or submit the attendance verification you receive from the ODA after the ASM. Dental Hygienists Supporting documentation for the Quality Assurance Program at the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario (CDHO) could include, but is not limited to, your ASM name badge and the ASM Show Guide , which includes the speakers’ biographies and course descriptions. Dental Students Dental students and dentists not registered with the RCDSO cannot claim continuing education credits for any continuing education completed before their date of registration with the RCDSO. Continuing Education

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General Information Courses are located at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building. However, due to expanded programming, some courses will be located in the North Building. Accessibility The ODA is committed to complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act , 2005, and will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities. The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is a fully accessible facility. If you require an accommodation due to a disability during your time at ASM22 , please submit your requirements by email to Teresa Tomassetti at ttomassetti@oda.ca or by phone at 416-355-2259 in advance of the event, so arrangements can be made with the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Room Capacities Room capacities are set and enforced by the Fire Safety Officer of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and the Toronto Fire Prevention Division, and they must be observed by the show organizers and by attendees. The Room Monitor has the responsibility for the meeting room capacities and to communicate to attendees when the meeting room is full. Please do not block the aisles, and there is no standing room in the meeting rooms. We ask for your cooperation in helping us to comply with these requirements. Meeting Rooms Important: to avoid food odours and to maintain health and safety, no food is allowed in the meeting rooms, and face masks are strongly recommended. Room Monitors have been instructed not to allow people with food into the meeting room. We would ask that you take any garbage with you when you leave the meeting room as a consideration to other attendees, as there is no scheduled cleaning service between courses. Coffee Breaks Most courses are 2.5 hours in length in the morning and afternoon. There are no scheduled breaks during the courses. Food and Beverage Outlets A variety of food and beverage selections will be available for purchase during the standard operating hours of the ASM. The accepted methods of payment at these outlets include cash, debit, VISA, Mastercard and American Express. To maintain safety and for your comfort, please consume food only in designated eating areas. Wi-Fi Stay connected at the ASM! Free Wi-Fi will be available during ASM22 throughout the public areas of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building. Media Policy Any member of the media who wants access to the ASM must be approved and accredited in advance by the ODA. All ASM22 attendees, exhibitors and speakers should direct any and all media requests or enquiries to Maggie Blood at mblood@oda.ca. Our ODA on-site show management office is located on 700 Level, in Room 703, and staff will help locate her.

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Child Policy With the exception of babies (under the age of 12 months) in arms on the Exhibits Floor, children under the age of 16 are not permitted at the ASM. Babies in arms are not permitted in the meeting rooms when courses are taking place. For safety reasons, no strollers are permitted on-site at the ASM. Parents with babies in arms should make arrangements in advance, including having access to a baby carrier. There is no on-site child care available at the ASM. Check with your hotel concierge if child care is required. Please note: if an attendee arrives at the ASM with a child who needs child care, they will not be permitted to enter the event under any circumstances. There are no exceptions. Room 833 on 800 Level will be available for the convenience of nursing mothers. Videotaping/Photography Please email the request and information to Vicky Hatzopoulos at vhatzopoulos@ oda.ca. Privacy Notification Please be advised that the payment information collected with our registration either online or on the registration form will be used by the ODA for the purpose of processing your ASM registration, as well as for contact information for providing communication updates, disclosure of your contact information to exhibitors when your badge is scanned on the Exhibits Floor and for market research. The ODA is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. For more information on the ODA’s management of personal information, or the ODA’s use and disclosure practices, please contact the Chief Privacy Officer or a Member Service representative at 1-800-387-1393 or 416-922-3900, or via email at info@oda.ca or by fax at 416-922-9005. Disclaimer The Ontario Dental Association does not endorse speaker content, products or services presented at the Annual Spring Meeting (ASM). Any references by speakers to products, services equipment and technology refer to their individual beliefs and do not reflect those of the Ontario Dental Association. Important: for those participants attending workshops, please be aware of the potential risks involved in using new techniques or procedures without having fully attained a competency level to practice them. Information on speakers, program content, and health and safety guidelines are correct as of the time of writing, but are subject to change. Please visit our website at asm.oda.ca for the most up-to-date information.

On Demand: May 16–31

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Fax or mail your registration by downloading the registration form from the website at asm.oda.ca . Important: to receive confirmation of your registration and an attendance verification, you must provide an email address for each registrant on the registration form. Fax to: Attention: 2022 ODA Annual Spring Meeting 1-508-743-9616 or Mail to: 2022 ODA Annual Spring Meeting c/o Convention Data Services 7 Technology Drive Bourne, MA 02532 USA International Registrations International Registrations International attendees requiring a letter of invitation to obtain a visa should visit our website at asm.oda.ca under the “Attendees” tab. Complete the form to receive your letter of invitation. This invitation letter does not in any way financially obligate the ODA. Important: the ODA does not assist attendees with visa applications. That is the sole responsibility of the applicant. Cancellation/Refund Policy Requests for cancellations and refunds for conference registrations and paid courses had to be submitted in writing to the ODA by March 30, 2022. Refund requests received after this date or refunds of less than $50 will not be granted. Unusual requests for refunds will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and will be at the discretion of the ODA. Requests for refunds must include the badge(s) and tickets returned to the ODA. No refunds will be granted unless the badge(s) and tickets are returned at the Debit Desk located on-site in the registration area, 600 Level. A $50 administration fee will be applied to all refunds. Refunds will be processed by May 30, 2022. Please note that no refunds will be issued on-site at the ASM. If you have any questions about our cancellation policy, please email Teresa Tomassetti at ttomassetti@oda.ca .

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Show Hours of Operation On-site registration is located at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 600 Level, 222 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, during the following dates and times: Wednesday, May 4 3:00 – 7:00 pm Thursday, May 5 7:00 am – 5:30 pm Friday, May 6 7:00 am – 5:30 pm Saturday, May 7 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Please note: registration for free ticketed courses will not be available on-site. Substitutions Substitutions requests must be made in writing by March 30, 2022, by 11:59 pm Eastern Time. Substitutions can be made on-site at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building starting on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. After the April 4 mailing date, badge(s) and tickets can be picked up on-site. You also have the option of bringing the old badge(s) and tickets with you to the Customer Service Desk in the registration area of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 600 Level, starting on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, after 3:00 pm. Any changes to ticketed courses can be done online in the Registration Resource Centre or visit asm.oda.ca . Please note that substitutions can only be made within the same registration category. For example, a registration for an ODA member dentist can only be substituted by another ODA member dentist. Lost Badge and Ticket Replacement The replacement fee for lost badges or tickets is $15. Attendees are required to bring proof of purchase and photo ID to receive a replacement badge. Proceed to the registration area at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 600 Level, during the scheduled registration hours to replace your lost badge or tickets. Registration Contact Information: If you have any questions regarding your registration, please contact the Customer Care Centre: Phone: 877-779-3127 or 508-743-8505 Email: ASM@xpressreg.net

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Registration Categories Everyone must register in their professional category. Registration Types Description Ontario Dentists and Dental Students • ODA Dentist • ODA 50-Year/ Honorary Dentist • ODA Dental Student To attend ASM22, Ontario dentists and dental students must be ODA members. Membership dues for 2021–22 must be current to register. You must provide your ODA membership number.

Dentists from outside of Ontario must register in the Out-of-Province/Country (D) category. You must have a practice address outside of Ontario in order to complete the registration. Other oral health professionals, including dental hygienists, dental assistants/ office personnel and dental technologists, must register in their respective professional category. To register as a student, you must be enrolled in a full-time dental or oral health professional program. You must provide your school name and student number. Official documentation may be required. This pass is available to ODA member dentists only. Exhibits-Only registrants cannot access any courses. Members may assign this pass to only one member of their dental team. All dental team registration categories can add the virtual on-demand ASM22 with our Best Value Package. Valued at $95 at advance registration, or $149 for an on-site purchase, the package includes several on-demand video courses available post- ASM22 , from May 16–31, 2022.

Dentists Out-of- Province/Country

Other Dental Health Professionals • Dental Hygienist • Dental Assistant/ Office Personnel • Dental Technologist Students • Dentist Out- of-Province/Country • Dental Hygienist • Dental Assistant • Dental Technologist

Exhibits-Only Pass

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Find answers on dental procedure codes, CDAnet and ITRANS.

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Discover the expanse of value-added programs and services, including the Members’ Assistance Program (MAP) and Extended Health Care Insurance Plan. Discover the expanse o value-a ded programs services, including the Member ’ Assistance Program (MAP) and Ext nded Health Care Insurance Plan. service , including the Members’ As istance Program (MAP) and Extended H alth C re Insurance Plan. Discover the expanse of value-adde programs and

VISIT THE ODA MEMBERSHIP BOOTH VISI THE ODA MEMBERSHIP B OT ISI HE ODA M BER IP BOOTH

LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE THE EXHIBITS FLOOR ON LEVEL 800. LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE THE EXHIBITS FLOOR ON L VEL 80 OCATED UST OU SIDE THE HIBITS OR ON LEVEL 800.

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Exhibits Floor Explore 75,000 square feet of dental innovations

LIVE AND IN PERSON

We are excited to be hosting ASM22 live and in person at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, May 5–7. WHAT’S NEW AT

LET’S RECONNECT, NETWORK & SOCIALIZE WITH COLLEAGUES & FRIENDS ASM22 features two FREE cocktail receptions:

Thursday, May 5 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Friday, May 6 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Reex Blue PMS 299 PMS 716

Sponsored by:

Sponsored by:

We’ll make you smile.

Enhance your ASM22 experience! Sign up when you register for these two popular events and enjoy good food and great networking with exhibitors, speakers, colleagues and friends. Food and beverage safety protocols will be in effect to ensure the comfort and safety of attendees, exhibitors, and speakers.

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Please note that there are NO exhibits on Saturday, May 7 The Exhibits Floor features hundreds of companies demonstrating and showcasing the latest innovations, products and services in the dental industry.

EXHIBITS FLOOR HOURS

Thursday, May 5, 2022 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

Friday, May 6, 2022 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

COMPLIMENTARY FEATURE EXHIBITS

HEALTHLY EATING ZONE Featuring Emily Richards Emily Richards, Canadian professional home economist, bestselling cookbook author and food stylist, is known for creating healthy recipes that are easy for busy people and families to prepare and enjoy together around the kitchen table.

BOOTH 2212

Ms. Richards’s career has taken her from restaurant and hotel kitchens, the Canadian Living Test Kitchen and Food Network

cooking show to media spokesperson and TV celebrity chef. Drop by Booth 2212 for a variety of food samplings over two days.

Sponsored by:

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Exhibits Floor

NEW ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENTS An assessment is critical for your team’s health and comfort, and your practice’s safety and productivity. Stop by Booth 346 and sign up for a complimentary assessment

BOOTH 346

that will help to identify ergonomic issues in the dental practice. Learn from the experts who will equip you with the knowledge and tools to reduce pain and improve health and wellness in your practice. Sponsored by:

BOOTH 2142

RELAXATION ZONE

Sponsored by:

This is one of our most-popular features. Drop by professionally staffed Booth 2142 to book a complimentary 10-minute neck-and-shoulder massage. Take time out of your busy schedule to decompress and relax with some downtime.

800 Level

Exhibits Floor

SMOOTHIE BAR Drop by Booth 2222 and savour the flavour of a complimentary healthy and refreshing smoothie. BOOTH 2222

Sponsored by:

BOOTH 1200

HEADSHOT SALON Drop by Booth 1200 for a FREE professional headshot.

Sponsored by:

ODA MEMBERSHIP BOOTH The ODA Membership Booth is located on 800 Level , outside the Exhibits Floor. Explore the many ways that the ODA helps to expand your potential. ODA and Canadian Dental Association staff are excited to reconnect, answer your questions and ensure that you are getting the most out of your membership. Learn about the CDSPI Member Assistance Program (MAP) . Reconnect with colleagues and friends, and chat with members of the Membership Services and Programs Advisory Committee.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY AT COVID-19 VACCINATION IS

PRIOR TO ATTENDING ASM22 • If you feel ill or you have been exposed to COVID-19, please do not come to the ASM. • As a safety measure, please wear a face mask covers the nose, mouth and chin. • Attendees, exhibitors, service providers, speakers, volunteers and staff are asked to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms. Visit https://asm.oda.ca/keeping-you-safe/ for guidance on self-screening and the latest information about any other rules regarding masks, vaccination and travel guidelines, if applicable. For attendees arriving from outside Canada, please be aware of the international travel requirements for arrival and departure. For more informatoin please visit our website at asm.oda.ca MANDATORY TO ATTEND THE ASM Your health and safety are our top priorities. The ODA is committed to producing a safe and comfortable ASM22 for attendees, exhibitors, speakers, contractors and staff. We will be following city, provincial and federal public health and other appropriate safety measures, as required. Since we are in a constantly shifting environment, our health and safety protocols are subject to change. Visit asm.oda.ca for the most up-to-date information. This information is current as of April 1, 2022.

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Safety Measures During the Event: • Hand-sanitizer stations are available throughout the facility at entrances and in high-contact areas, such as entrance-ways, including the Exhibits Floor. Please wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer frequently throughout the day. • Please pay attention to event signage as a reminder of the on-site health and safety protocols. • The Metro Toronto Convention Centre reports that it uses cleaning products that meet or exceed local, provincial and federal guidelines regarding effectiveness against viruses, bacteria and other airborne and blood-borne pathogens.It reports that it has highly effective air filters in all HVAC systems and has increased the cleaning frequency of the air-handling units and volume of fresh-air intake. • First-aid personnel are on-site at ASM22 in the North and South buildings to help with first-aid requirements and other medical emergencies. • As a precaution, we encourage you to limit touchpoints throughout the facilities. Cash payments are not accepted on the Exhibits Floor and we encourage you to use our cashless payment systems at registration.

The mobile app makes navigating the ASM a breeze. Search courses, lectures and speakers. Available April, 2022

Find exhibitors by name and product categories and locate them directly on the Exhibits Floor. Plus, take notes and much more.

For the most up-to-date information, visit asm.oda.ca.

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