2019 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 24-26

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

Workshop – Mr. Jeff Roy, Henry Schein

Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team

Session #1 – Friday October 25, 2019 – 8:30am to 11:15am
Session #2 – Friday, October 25, 2019 – 1:30pm to 4:15pm   [Repeat of the morning session] 

This workshop is open to all dental professionals.
Fee per session:  $99 early | $149 regular | $199 onsite


Is your practice’s efficiency & productivity effected due to equipment malfunctions and breakdowns? Would you like to reduce repair costs and improve your skills in basic equipment assessment, maintenance and repair? Prolong the life of our equipment with these simple maintenance tips & techniques.  Demonstrations on the following:

  • Adec or Pelton chair
  • M11 sterlizer
  • Statim sterilizer
  • cavitron
  • how to change turbines on a few NSK high speed hand pieces

With the knowledge and hands-on experience gained in this continuing dental education course, you will be able to:


Learning Objectives

  1. Identify and address basic maintenance requirements for both large and small equipment
  2. Describe some of the most common problems associated with specific pieces of equipment
  3. Define the equipment maintenance requirements for your dental office
  4. Identify the cleaning and disinfection solutions recommended for use on your dental equipment
  5. Hands-on training on common large and small equipment

 

CDHBC QAP Competency – A1, F2

 

Generously co-sponsored by: 

Biographies 

Jeff Roy, Service Manager, Vancouver.  Jeff has worked in the dental industry for the past 2 years with Henry Schein. He has experience as a field service technician for 14 years in automated equipment and CNC equipment repair industries, and as a Sales/Service manager for 3 years at a CNC equipment manufacturer.

Ian Doyle has more than 29 years experience in the dental industry, transitioning from a dental equipment technician to service manager.  He started and led the first installation team of technicians in Canada who were responsible for all equipment installations in Southern Alberta.  Currently, he develops and coaches 17 service technicians in the performance of service and maintenance of dental equipment and to provide outstanding customer service.

2019 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 24-26

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

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