January 16th 2018 Mini-clinic Night

Next General Meeting is January 16th, 2018 7-9 pm and is our Mini clinic night featuring 8 different dental companies featuring items on Infection Control, PPE, Loupes, Perio mouth rinses, instruments, etc.
Location is Arcona Building in Niagara on the Lake.
Members can bring a non-member for no charge at this meeting.

Tobacco cessation with Public Health

Integrating a Motivational Interviewing approach into Tobacco Treatment. Nov 9th at Niagara Falls Library brought to you by Niagara Public Health and Program Training and Consultation Centre.
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Continuing Education Seminar

Our first Continuing Education day will feature Dr David Clark Saturday October 14, 2017. His topic will be “Oral Cancer and HPV: What we should know now”.

For more information and a registration form please follow the link: david clark flyer

First General Meeting September 14th 7-9 pm at Best Western St. Catharines

“Infection control guidelines and reprocessing of Instruments”. This night will feature the IPAC Team from Niagara Public Health. Registration for members this evening. Non-members can attend for $20. Seating limited to 125.

Professional Development -Saturday May 13, 2017

We are pleased to announce that our next Professional Development day will be Saturday May 13, 2017. Our speaker is Jennifer Turner and her topic will be “The top 10 medically compromised clients”. Please click here to view the flyer for this event: Jennifer TurnerNEW

November 14th meeting postponed!

We will rebook ASAP and let you know the new date.

Registration for CE October 29,2016 featuring Michelle Simmons

We are pleased to announce that our next Contiuniung Education seminar is Saturday October 29, 2016 featuring Michelle Simmons. Her topic is: ‘Investigating the Quality and Use of Indices in Dental Hygiene Process of Care’. Please follow the link to download a registration form: michelle-simmondsoct-2016

The CDHO Standards of Practice indicate the RDH is responsible for choosing the appropriate tools for the assessment phase of process of
care. The ‘tools’ selected for assessment data collection must be objective and provide accuracy and measurability for both the initial baseline,
analysis and all subsequent evaluations. The tools for the A of ADPIE will set the stage for all the steps of process of care. Careful consideration
needs to be given to the selection of quality indices. How does the RDH assess the current indices used in practice for effectiveness?
Where does a RDH research all possible types of indices? New indices? In the pool selection of indices the RDH also needs to make decisions
of what needs to be measured to support Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy (NSPT). Not all indices fit all practice types as well as client
demographics. A high level of critical thinking is required for the RDH to select the appropriate indices to ensure the function of the indices is
synthesising necessary data. Indices also revolve around proper documentation for legalities as well as accurate retrieval of data to educate
clients on their progress and status of oral health. This course will also review the new ADPIE + D recently released in Darby and Walsh’s 4th
Edition Dental Hygiene Theory and Practice.

September 27, 2016 General Meeting

We are very excited to have the Alzheimer’s Society coming to give us a simulation of living with dementia on September 27, 2016. Please remember to wear close toes shoes. See the flyer for more details for the night. aging-and-dementia-simulation-flyer-september-27-2016

May 11,2016 General Meeting

Just a reminder of our last general meeting of the year this Wednesday May 11 7pm at Arcona. The speaker will be Anna Louise Tolon from Hu-Friedy and her presentation will be on Piezo and Air Polishing. She is featuring the new Air Flow polisher that can be used supra and sub for stain and biofilm removal even on implants. For non-members to attend this seminar there is a $20 fee payable at the door.

Celebrating Nation Dental Hygiene Week!

Please come out Tuesday April 12,2016 8 pm to the arches in Fonthill. To commemorate National Dental Hygiene Week the arches will be turned purple! Put your purple on to celebrate!

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