September 14-15-16, 2017
All information will be posted in February 2017. The information below relates to the 2016 meeting in Toronto.
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The Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (CAPD/ACDP) is thrilled to announce that registration for the 2016 Annual Meeting in Toronto is now open at http://conference.capd-acdp.org.
The Meeting will take place at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel on September 22nd, 23rd and 24th, so you will be right in the heart of the city with easy walking and subway access to many key attractions including shopping at the Eaton Centre, the Art Gallery of Ontario, China Town, the Royal Ontario Museum, the CN Tower, the Hockey Hall of Fame and Rogers Centre, the home of the Toronto Blue Jays.
We have worked hard to secure three insightful speakers for the scientific sessions. Add in the Annual General Meeting and the Graduate Student Abstract Presentations, the Welcome Reception at the Hockey Hall of Fame, and the President’s Gala Dinner and Dance (featuring Andre Bisson and the JTones), and you have one amazing event!
And in addition…not only do attendees take part in a broad range of educational programming and social events, but they also have the opportunity to visit Sponsors and Exhibitors on the trade show. Our Sponsors and Exhibitors enhance the Annual Meeting in many ways and are an integral part of the whole experience for attendees.
CAPD/ACDP’s Annual Meeting is the place to connect!
I look forward to seeing all of you in Toronto,
Dr. Raymond Lee
Chair, Local Organizing Committee
Toronto is the most populous city in Canada, the provincial capital of Ontario and the centre of the Great Toronto Area (GTA), the most populous metropolitan area in Canada. In the 2011 census, Toronto had a population of 2,615,060, making it the fourth most populous city in North America after Mexico City, New York City and Los Angeles. An alpha global city, Toronto is an international centre of business, finance, arts, and culture, and is widely recognized as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world. (source: Wikipedia)
Toronto is also a great walking and shopping city and attendees to the CAPD/ACDP Annual Meeting will find themselves right in the middle of all the action at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel. Please visit the Destination Toronto page for more details.
Dr. Young Tze Kuah was born in Singapore but grew up in West Vancouver, BC. He received his DMD degree at the University of British Columbia in 1993. He completed his pediatric dentistry residency as well as a Masters of Dental Science Degree in 1996. Upon completion, he continued his studies at the Oregon Health Sciences University where he completed his orthodontic residency in 1998. He holds dual Fellowships from the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in Pediatric Dentistry and in Orthodontics. He is a Certified Specialist in Pediatric Dentistry and a Certified Specialist in Orthodontics in BC. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. In addition to full time private practice at Monarch Pediatric Dental and Orthodontic Centre, he is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UBC giving seminars to the pediatric dental and orthodontic graduate program.
Orthodontic Considerations in the Management of Compromised and Hypoplastic Molars
Pediatric dentists often face the difficult problem of restoring compromised or hypoplastic first permanent molars in young patients. In some situations, the question is whether to restore or extract. This session describes what happens after extraction, discusses factors that determine the extraction decision (including the importance of timing) as well as modern approaches to space management. Several clinical cases are described in detail from an orthodontic perspective.
Dr. Purcell obtained her medical degree from McMaster University and completed her pediatric residency training at Dalhousie University. She completed her sport medicine fellowship at Western University and currently practises pediatric sport medicine at the Grand River Sports Medicine Centre in Kitchener ON. She was an invited speaker and panelist at the 3rd and 4th Concussion in Sport Consensus Conferences in Zurich and she is the author of the Canadian Paediatric Society’s position statement on “Sports-related Concussion: Evaluation and Management”. She was also part of the task force for the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation Pediatric Concussion Guidelines published in 2015. She has published numerous articles and chapters and has given many presentations to local, national and international audiences on pediatric concussion.
During the course of this talk, audience members will:
1. Have a clear understanding of the incidence of concussion in pediatric population
2. Be aware of diagnosis of concussion including signs and symptoms
3. Become familiar with current management recommendations
4. Gain a greater understanding of unique features of concussion and management in pediatric population
5. Learn about prevention of concussion and risks of recurrent injury
Hypophosphatasia, with Dr. Ann Griffen
Ann Griffen, DDS, MS is a pediatric dentist, microbiologist and Professor in the College of Dentistry at The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. For more than 25 years she has worked closely with periodontists to provide specialty care for children with periodontal problems, including multiple children with hypophosphatasia. In addition, she has a large research program studying the human oral microbiome, and has mentored many pediatric dental residents on award-winning research projects. Her research group studies the microbiota of caries, periodontal disease, diabetes, HIV, and the acquisition of oral microbes in children.
This presentation will review the etiology and pathophysiology of hypophosphatasia (HPP), and describe both the systemic and dental manifestations of HPP, including those of “odontohypophosphatasia.” Diagnosis of HPP and differentiating HPP from other dental problems will be reviewed, and the role of pediatric dentists as part of the medical team in making timely and accurate diagnoses will be emphasized. Enzyme replacement therapy and possible dental effects of treatment will be discussed. Finally, efforts to learn more about the lifelong dental outcomes of odontohypophosphatasia will be discussed.
After this session participants will
Adjunct Associate Professor
Department of Pediatric Dentistry
School of Dentistry, University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Dr. Martha Ann Keels received her dental degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She was the recipient of the NIH Dentist-Scientist Award, which funded specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry and PhD training in Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina. Subsequently, in 1990 she established the Pediatric Dental Program at Duke Children’s Hospital. She is board certified in pediatric dentistry and has served on the ABPD Examination Committee for OCE since 2008.
Dr. Keels holds Fellowships in the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists. As a dental student, she was elected to membership in OKU. She has served as president of the North Carolina Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; on the editorial board of Pediatric Dentistry; and on the Council for Clinical Affairs and the Council of Scientific Affairs for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. She was chair of the Section on Oral Health within the American Academy of Pediatrics from 2004-2010.
She received NIH funding for an epidemiological study of fluoridation. She is currently funded by the NIH assessing caries risk factor analysis and undiagnosed genetic disorders in children.
Eureka Moments in Pediatric Dentistry
Morning Session – PART ONE
Course Outline: The morning session will highlight the when, what and how of caries prevention in the primary dentition – from caries risk assessment to the latest on the recommendations of fluoride use. Pearls on managing the eruption of the primary and permanent teeth will be described. How to manage delayed eruption, mesiodens, ectopic eruption and many more will be shared. Tips about treating habits and behavior management will be shared. A multitude of clinical cases will be used to demonstrate the practical pearls.
At the end of this session, participants will:
Afternoon Session – PART TWO
*Managing Dental Acid Erosion,* *Simplifying Pediatric Periodontal Disease* and *Challenging Trauma Cases* will be the focus of the afternoon. How to document and manage dental acid erosion from dietary sources or reflux in your pediatric patients is discussed. Diagnosing and managing a child with a gingival or periodontal problem will be described. Trauma management in the primary and permanent dentition will be discussed. This lecture will show several interesting dental trauma cases and the when and how to use MTA in trauma cases will be reviewed. Cases using MTA with 5 year follow-up will be shared.
At the end of this session, participants will:
Satellite Symposium, sponsored by Nu Smile Crowns at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, 124 Edward Street, Toronto, ON M5G 1G6 (less than a 10 minute walk from the hotel) from 17:30 to 20:30 pm. Additional fee applies.
Photo Policy: As an attendee or registrant of the CAPD/ACDP Annual Meeting, you agree to CAPD/ACDP’s use of your likeness by the official show photographer or videographer, in any and all future promotional materials, publications and other communication vehicles used to promote the event.