• Address: 152 Alpine Parkway, Oregon WI 53575

Winter Meeting

  • Event: Winter Meeting
  • Date: December 8th and 9th, 2022
  • Location: Grand Geneva Resort & Spa
    7036 Grand Geneva Way
    Lake Geneva, WI 53147
  • CE credits: 9.5 for WI and IL
  • Registration Fees:
    • $495 for dentists

    • $195 for staff

    • $295 for new grad (2016 and newer graduation)

WINTER MEETING 2022

Keynote:

David Meinz

Phone:

Office: 303 / 501-6301

Email:

david@davidmeinz.com

Websites:

Winter Meeting Topics:

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Program Description:

The demands of dentistry often come at the expense of a dental professional’s physical health. In this full-day CE Approved program David Meinz addresses the most critical aspects of what it takes to personally maximize a dental professional’s health and quality of life, and how they can help their patients do the same. You’ll learn what you must know about sugar and periodontal disease, sugar substitutes, vitamin supplements, alcohol, and more. Plus, dentistry’s role in preventing America’s #1 killer: heart disease. Lots of great information for you, your family, and your patients.

And lots of FUN too!

 

 

IT’S A RARE EXCEPTION THAT A SPEAKER CAN MAKE HIS LECTURE APPLICABLE TO THE FRONT OFFICE STAFF, BACK OFFICE STAFF, AND DENTISTS. YOU DID THAT…IN AN

ENTERTAINING MANNER THAT KEPT THE ATTENTION OF ALL.”

— Robyn Goldman, Indiana Dental Association

Outline:

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Learning Objectives:

“A FULL HOUSE AT THE END OF THE DAY SAYS IT ALL!”

—Richard Marinello, DDS, PDL Study Club

You will learn how to:

Recommended for Dentists, Spouses, Practice Administrators, Administrative Team, Assistants, and Hygienists.
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Over 300 Dental Groups Can’t Be Wrong!

America’s Personal Health Improvement Expert

 

Bio: Health promotion expert David Meinz speaks nationally to dental groups and associations and has been published in both the Journal of the Academy of General Dentistry and Dentistry Today. David’s formal educa- tion includes a Master’s Degree (MS) in Human Nutrition from the University of Missouri, and status as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Fellow in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (FAND). He is also a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) in the National Speaker’s Association and the author of Wealthy, Healthy and Wise: How Dental Professionals

Can Make Sure Their Health Lasts As Long As Their Money Does. And he’s kind of funny, too!

 

 

Making The Dental Connection:

Weight Control and Fitness Helps Reduce Gum Disease:

  • A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology found that those individuals with the lowest Body Mass Index, a measure of body fat, and the highest levels of fitness, had the lowest rates of severe periodontitis.

Fish For Your Smile:

  • A recent study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition And Dietetics found that those who consumed a higher amount of the omega-3 called DHA were less likely to have periodontal disease.
  • Oral Health and Heart Disease: Numerous studies suggest that periodontal disease can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by increasing whole-body inflammation. In addition to improved dental hygiene, dietary and lifestyle changes can also help decrease inflammation levels