Course Calendar


SPRING 2015    
Jan. 23 Practical Infection Control - morning session.  
  23 CPR Recertification - afternoon session. Previous CPR certification is required.  
Feb. 4 Advanced Radiology for Implant Dentistry with Dr. Christos Angelopoulos. Review the full diagnostic potential of cone-beam CT technology with an emphasis on anatomy, diagnosis of pathology and applications in implant planning.  
March 4

Pediatric Dentistry Technology Symposium 

Emerging Concepts, Technology and Products in Pediatric Dentistry 2015 with Dr. Shantanu Lal, and Practice Management Pearls and On-line Services for the Pediatric Dental Practice with Dr. Joseph McManus. This course is presented in association with the New York State Assocation of Pediatric Dentists (NYSAPD, a chapter of the AAPD).

  11 Implant Study Club, Mini Implants with Dr. Harold Sussman, 6-8pm   

Annual Patricia McLean Symposium for the Dental Hygienist Dental teams welcome.

AM: The Chamber of Medication Secrets - Tom Viola, RPH. CCP

PM: An Update on Anti-Resorptive Therapy and Osteonecrosis of the Jaw in Dental Patients - Dr. Grbic

April 24 Thomas Cangialosi Orthodontic Alumni Spring Meeting with Dr. Richard McLaughlin, "Overview of Systemized & Effective Orthodontic Care"  8:15am-4:30pm 6.5 CE credits. Hosted and sponsored by the Ortho Alumni Society.  
May 6 Implant Study ClubSurgical Decision-making in Placing Immediate Posterior Implants (using standard size implant fixtures) with Dr. james B. Fine, 6-8pm   
  29 Annual Benjamin Tenenbaum Memorial Lecture in Periodontics with Dr. Philip Stashenko, President and CEO, The Forsyth Institute. Restricted to CDM Alumni, Faculty and residents, 12 Noon-1pm   
FALL 2015    
Sept. 25-26

Current Endodontic Therapy: How to Make it Simple and Reliable

with Drs. Solomon, Kim, Hasselgren and Andrade

Endodontic Workshop:  Techniques and training for the General Practitioner

This two-day interactive workshop will include both didactic and hands-on training. 
Course content includes diagnosis, endodontic access, achieving a glide path, managing curved canals, and new cleaning and shaping root canal techniques. A concise overview of the methodology is followed by model-based training, limited to 20 participants to provide for an exceptional individualized experience.



Comprehensive Implantology Continuum, Part I with Course Directors, Dr. Dennis Tarnow and Dr. James B. Fine. Option 1: 6 weekends - October 10-11, Nov. 7-8 2015; Jan. 9-10, Feb. 6-7, March 5-6, April 16-17, 2016 - includes optional attendance to the CU/ICOI Dental Implant Symposium, Dec. 11-12, 2015.

Oct. 16

Dental Hygiene Course

1/2 day - morning session  - Topics: 1) Holistic Dentistry and Nutrition; 2) Practitioner Posture

Dec. 11-12

6th Annual Columbia University/ICOI Dental Implant Symposium

with Scientific Chairman Dr. Dennis Tarnow and international dental implant experts

Jan. 29 Practical Infection Control - morning session.  
  29 CPR Recertification - afternoon session. Previous CPR certification is required.  


Upon successful completion of Part I of the Continuum, participants will have the option of observing implant procedures in the CDM clinic and placing up to two implants on a live patient. 1-3 days.

Click here to see a list of past courses
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine - Continuing Education Course...
  REGISTRATION TO OPEN SHORTLY!  2015-2016 DATES:   Oct. 10-11, Nov. 7-8, 2015; Jan.9-10...
 Columbia University College of Dental Medicine - Continuing Education Course  DATES FOR 2015-2016...
Continuing Education Course SAVE-the-DATE: 6th Annual Dental Implant Symposium - Dec. 11-12, 2015 Details to...
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine - Continuing...