NEW DATE ANNOUNCED!
Mommy Dentists in Business: Let’s Get Clinical 2021!
Date: April 22 & 23, 2021
Location: GC America Education Center, Alsip, IL
CE: Up to 12 CE credits
Mommy Dentists in Business is gearing up for our next clinical event with GC America! Come get clinical with us on April 22 -23, 2021 while earning CE. It will be a hands-on experience with amazing speakers talking about some exciting new techniques and practices in the dental industry!
A little about Dr. Jeanette MacLean Budd
Dr. Jeanette MacLean is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, owner of Affiliated Children’s Dental Specialists in Glendale, Arizona, and mother of two. She received her dental degree, with honors, from the University of Southern California in 2003 and completed her specialty training in pediatric dentistry in 2005 at Sunrise Children’s Hospital through the University of Nevada School of Medicine. Dr. MacLean has become an internationally recognized advocate and expert on minimally invasive dentistry, appearing in newspapers, magazines, television, and continuing education lectures on this hot topic. Most notably, she was featured in the July 2016 New York Times article “A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills,” which brought national attention to the option of treating cavities non-invasively with silver diamine fluoride.
A little about Dr. Heidi Kohltfarber
Dr. Heidi Bridget Kohltfarber is the owner and managing oral and maxillofacial radiologist for Dental Radiology Diagnostics and a Dentsply Sirona 3D trainer. In addition, she is an adjunct professor in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her D.D.S. degree from Loma Linda University in 2003 and in 2012 she received her master’s degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology from UNC-Chapel Hill. Her master’s research compared 2D versus 3D radiography in the treatment planning of root canal treated teeth with apical radiolucencies. In 2017, Dr. Kohltfarber received her PhD in Diagnostic Imaging with an emphasis in craniofacial radiology at King’s College London focusing on the Validation and Diagnostic Efficacy of 3D Surface Models in Dentistry: Temporomandibular Joints.
A little about Dr. Diana Batoon
Dr Diana Batoon and her interest in Dental Sleep Medicine grew from treating her own children and husband with Sleep Related Disordered Breathing. Each one of her children had different symptoms and as she learned more about this condition, she continued her education and membership with American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. She currently teaches for SPEAR Education, is a CEREC mentor and lectures all over the United States. Her strong passion and efforts as an international speaker and educator is the reason she continually empowers clinicians and their team to learn how to evaluate and implement Dental Sleep Medicine in their practices. She maintains a private practice in Scottsdale, AZ and enjoys her free time with her husband John and 3 boys.
A little about Leslie Stevens
Leslie Stevens has been the CEO and President of Ortho-Tain for over 15 years and has spoken at numerous events including IDS Cologne, Greater New York Dental Meeting, Case Western Reserve University, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Healthy Start courses in Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Columbus, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Irvine, California; San Francisco, California; St. Louis, Missouri; and Troy, Michigan. She will be speaking this year in England and at IDS Cologne. Leslie is responsible for the development of a sleep and breathing treatment with the Healthy Start system, a comprehensive system that addresses both medical and orthodontic conditions in children ages 2 through 12. An overall educational program has been implemented to educate medical professionals; pediatricians, ENT’s, cardiologists, neurologists, and myofunctional therapists. The Healthy Start system bridges the gap between the medical and dental entities to address these issues in young children.