Early Career Seminar – Clinical Pearls of Wisdom
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4747 Viewridge Ave #200
San Diego, 92123
|Provider:||San Diego County Dental Society|
|Speaker:||Brian Evans, Lindsay Pfeffer, Dr. Desiree Hsiou|
Check in & light dinner: 6:00 PM
Seminar: 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Clinical pearls of wisdom are best defined as small bits of free standing, clinically relevant information based on experience or observation. Our experienced panel of speakers will present 2-3 procedures they struggled with during their career, and the best practices that helped them overcome these challenges.
They will also be discussing ways to make your life easier when dipping your toes into Invisalign and in your practice. They will be providing tips and tricks for efficiency and how to stay out of trouble and prevent never ending cases, while helping pick cases that are predictable without the headaches.
- Learn about 2 to 3 unique procedures
- Best practices to master those procedures
- Appropriate materials, tools and techniques used in those procedures
- Simplifying Invisalign
Dr. Brian Evans:
Graduate of the University of Louisville Dental School, a veteran of the United States Navy for 12 years where GPR and Oral Surgery residencies were completed. I now practice in Sorrento Valley where our office practices full-scope, pediatric trauma at Rady Children’s Hospital and established the Full Arch All on X center.
Dr. Lindsay Pfeffer
Coming from a family of dentists back on the East Coast, Dr. Pfeffer decided on dental school after working in Cancer Research. She missed the personal interaction that she saw in her family’s dental offices. This prompted her to obtain her Doctorate in Dental Medicine from an Ivy League institution while also obtaining a Masters in Biomedical Ethics from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine. Here she served numerous leadership roles while winning 1st in the Nation for her scientific research and was one of 5 nationally to Intern at the American Dental Association. She carried out an Internship at two Dental Hospitals in London before being selected by her 1st choice, the University of Southern California for Hospital Residency. Here she worked with veterans, trauma victims, medically compromised, cancer patients and in the operating room for those patients with special needs. After which she continued on as the Top 1% to be accepted into Orthodontic Residency. From there Dr. Pfeffer pursued not only professional success but also has been recognized for her wide-spread philanthropy in the community. Winning numerous awards, serving on multiple boards and her continuous recognition in magazines and news sources, she has been a leading force in Dentistry for California as well as those less fortunate. When she’s not in the office she Volunteers as Faculty for UCSD’s Free Clinic and provides free screening and treatment to those in need monthly. Apart from dentistry much of her free time is spent outside of her profession, helping foster youth and the homeless.
SDCDS is an ADA CERP Recognized provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. SDCDS designates this activity for up to two and a half (2.5) continuing education credits.