Thursday-Saturday, October 24-26, 2013 • Delta Grand Okanagan Resort • Kelowna, British Columbia
TODS Featured Speaker – Dr. James Kohner
Enhancing Your Restorative Results with Soft Tissues Grafting
Friday October 25, 2013 8:30am – 12:00pm – Lecture Open To All Dental Personnel – Limited Seating
If pre-registered for Friday October 25 afternoon workshop - this course is a pre-requisite
Generousply Co-sponsored by G. Hartzell & Son
Generously Co-Sponsored by G. Hartzell & Son
Learn evidence-based solutions for the soft tissue challenges you face on a daily basis, and how to cover those exposed roots and predictably stop recession. Gain peace of mind knowing the gingiva stays in place by margins of newly placed esthetic crowns. Participants will experience an in-depth look at the concepts and practical applications for both Free Gingival and Connective Tissue Grafts. This workshop is for dentists who want to offer soft tissue grafting or learn more about enhancing esthetic restorative results.
James Kohner, D.D.S., is originally from Cleveland, Ohio. He received his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University, and his dental degree from Case Western Reserve University Dental School. His certification in Periodontics is from the Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry.
He brings 35 years of practice experience to help him more fully understand the needs of workshop participants and thus is well qualified, from a clinical perspective, to help find solutions to those needs.
Dr. Kohner is an experienced teacher as well, who has presented courses on both Crown Lengthening and Soft Tissue Grafting to a wide range of audiences, including the Texas Dental Association and Star of the South in Houston, as well as the Chicago Midwinter, California Dental Association, Greater New York, and many other state associations. His presentations have taken him all over the US and to 8 foreign countries, and he has presented at the American Academy of Periodontology meetings for many years.
He has been teaching for the Perio Institute since 2003 and is currently a Visiting Professor in Periodontics at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association.
Jim currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where he enjoys getting away from the desert to snow country now and then for some time on the slopes. He also plays duplicate bridge, and very much enjoys his time planning and presenting these surgical training workshops.