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Following are descriptions of our most popular courses. The one- and two-day programs are open lectures. The three-day programs are lecture and hands-on laboratory with limited enrollment (usually 6 students each). The one- and two-year programs include lecture, laboratory, and patient care with limited enrollment (usually 12–36 students each). Teleconference/web sessions accompany the longer programs. They are usually devoted to treatment planning and problem solving.

These pages list the contents of each course. The dates and locations of the courses are found under Upcoming Events.
Direct Esthetic Systems - 1 Day Lecture (Dr. Albers): Program #L1
       
Dr. AlbersThis presentation is a one-day, seven-hour lecture course reviewing the newest in esthetic and adhesive tooth-colored restorations. It covers resin systems, resin bonding, and selecting restorative materials. It is directed toward the practicing dentist who desires a quick review of adhesive tooth-colored restorations in the practice of esthetic dentistry. The presentation answers most of the questions asked by today�s restorative dentists. Dr. Albers' text, Tooth-Colored Restoratives, is available for purchase to accompany the course. Program #L1.

I. Direct Restorative Materials
       1. How do I select a tooth-colored restorative ?
       2. Where should glass ionomers be used?
       3. Where are direct restoratives adaquate?
       4. What are the pros and cons of condensable
              and flowable composites?
       5. When should I use an indirect system?
II. Resin Curing Systems
       1. What are the major problems with composite curing?
       2. What do I need to know about arc, laser,
              and high-energy halogen lights?
       3. When would I use step, ramp, and pulse
              curing methods?
       4. How can I reduce sensitivity with better
              curing methods?
III. Resin Bonding
       1. How can I reduce sensitivity?
       2. How do I improve the reliability of bonding agents?
       3. What really works for porcelain bonding?
       4. What are whys, wheres and hows of bonding to metal?
IV. Dentistry and Its Future
       Dates and Locations of Courses

Review of Esthetic Dentistry: 2 Day Seminar (Dr. Albers): Program #L2
       
This lecture presentation is a two-day, fourteen hour lecture course reviewing most types of esthetic systems. It covers the major types of direct and indirect resin restorations, resin bonding, bleaching of natural teeth, and bonded porcelalin restorations. It is directed toward the practicing dentist who wishes to develop an understanding of the use of esthetic and restorative techniques. Dr. Albers Text: Tooth Colored Restoratives is available for purchase to accompany the course.

DAY 1 Outline (Program L2):
INTRODUCTION / WHERE WE ARE AT THE END OF THE 20TH CENTURY
I. DIRECT RESTORATIVE MATERIALS
       1. GLASS IONOMER RESTORATIVES / NEW MATERIALS AND THEIR USES
       2. RESIN REINFORCED GLASS IONOMERS / CLINICAL UPDATE
       3. COPOMERS / CONCERNS AND LIMITATIONS
       4. NEW MACROFILLED, MICROFILLED, & HYBRID COMPOSITES
       5. HEAVILY FILLED COMPOSITES / CONDENSABLES AND PACKABLES
       6. SELECTING A COMPOSITE RESTORATIVE / COMBINATIONS THAT WORK
II. RESIN CURING SYSTEMS
       1. RESIN CURING SYSTEMS / CONCERNS AND LIMITATIONS
       2. FACTORS AFFECTING VISIBLE LIGHT CURING / SHRINKAGE PATTERNS
       3. UPDATE ON VISIBLE LIGHT CURING UNITS / LASERS / CURING ENERGY
       4. OCULAR HAZARDS OF BLUE LIGHT / NEWER CONCERNS
III. RESIN BONDING
       1. ENAMEL-RESIN BONDING
       2. UPDATE ON DENTIN-RESIN BONDING / REDUCING SENSITIVITY
       3. RESIN-RESIN BONDING / INDIRECT RESIN SYSTEMS
IV. PLACEMENT OF DIRECT RESINS
       1. MATERIAL STORAGE / CONVENTIONAL SYRINGES, AMPULES, TUBS
       2. SHADE SELECTIONS / SIMPLIFIED SHADE MANAGEMENT
       3. SIMPLIFIED PREPARATIONS DESIGNS, RESISTANCE FORM
       4. IMPROVED CARIES & EROSION PREPARATIONS
       5. TREATING ABFRACTIONS / WHY, WHEN AND HOW
       6. CLASS IV, V AND VI PREPARATIONS
       7. SPECIALIZED PLACEMENT TECHNIQUES
V. BLEACHING NATURAL TEETH
       1. VITAL BLEACHING / HOME BLEACHING / AVOIDING SENSITIVITY
       2. NONVITAL BLEACHING
       3. LIMITATIONS OF BLEACHING, RELAPSE, STRUCTURAL CONCERNS

DAY 2 Outline (Program L2):
VI. DIRECT COMPOSITE VENEERS
       1. PRESENT DAY COSMETIC CONCERNS OF PATIENTS
       2. DEMAND FOR ELECTIVE DENTISTRY / TRENDS
       3. COSMETIC VENEER PREPARATION DESIGNS
       4. COLOR MATCHING TECHNIQUES AND PROBLEM SOLVING
       5. CHANGING TOOTH CONTOUR, CLOSING OPEN EMBRASURES
       6. METHODS OF TREATING SPACES
       7. CORRECTION OF MALPOSED TEETH / LIMITATIONS
       8. LONGEVITY OF COMPOSITE VENEERS / WHAT TO EXPECT
       9. COMMON FAILURES IN VENEER PLACEMENT
VII. DIRECT POSTERIOR RESTORATIVES
       1. COMPARING COMPOSITE RESINS AND AMALGAMS / BENEFITS AND RISKS
       2. INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR POSTERIOR COMPOSITES
       3. OCCLUSAL SEALANTS / AIR ABRASION
       4. PREVENTIVE RESIN PREPARATIONS
       5. SLOT AND TUNNEL PREPARATIONS
       6. CONVENTIONAL POSTERIOR COMPOSITE PREPARATIONS
       7. SUCCESSFUL MATRIXING AND WEDGING TECHNIQUES
       8. PLACEMENT AND CURING TECHNIQUES / REDUCING SENSITIVITY
       9. MAINTAINING PROXIMAL CONTACT POINTS / AVOIDING
       OVERHAND AND FLASH
VIII. INDIRECT VENEERS
       1. INDICATIONS / ALTERNATIVES
       2. SHADE SELECTION / LIMITATIONS
       3. PREPARATIONS / IMPRESSIONS / TEMPORIZATION AND CEMENTATION
       4. VENEER TYPES / FULL, FACIAL, PARTIALCOVERAGE
       5. SELECTING A LUTING AGENT / SHADING AND VISCOSITY
       6. MODIFYING SHADES / LIMITATIONS OF
       7. TRY-INS AND BONDING / AVOIDING PROBLEMS
       8. FINISHING / IMPROVED TECHNIQUES
       9. CLINICAL CASES
IX. INDIRECT BONDED POSTERIORS
       1. INTRODUCTION
       2. CLASSIFICATIONS (FOR ALL PORCELAIN, PBM, AND CMBR RESTORATIONS)
       3 INDIRECT RESIN SYSTEMS
       4. INDICATIONS / PRESSED CERAMIC / CAD-CAM
       5. PREPARATIONS
       6 IMPRESSIONS / TEMPORIZATION
       7. FABRICATION OF RESTORATION
       8. PLACEMENT / SIMPLIFIED METHODS
       9. CLINICAL CASES
X. MARKETING AND FEES
       1. CONSIDERATIONS IN TREATMENT PLANNING
       2. PROGRESSIVE TREATMENT SEQUENCES
       3. PATIENT EXPECTATION AND AVOIDING LITIGATION
       4. ENHANCING REFERRALS.
       Dates and Locations of Courses

Esthetic Dentistry Three-Day Seminar (Dr. Albers): Program #L3
Gain through this seminar the knowledge to greatly expand your use of cosmetic and adhesive dentistry. This three-day course teaches you the newer techniques in restorative and esthetic dentistry. Through lecture, demonstration of techniques, and hands-on training you'll become familiar with the most important treatment options in direct and indirect resin restorations, resin bonding, bleaching, anterior and posterior porcelain restorations, and problem solving. This information is very valuable for those dentists who wish to perform complex restorative cases.

DAY 1 Outline (Program L3): 8:30AM–5PM
I. Direct Restoratives
       I. GLASS IONOMER RESTORATIVES
       2. COMPOSITE RESINS/CONVENTIONAL, PACKABLE, and FLOWABLE
       3. SELECTING A COMPOSITE RESTORATIVE
II. Curing
       1. COMPOSITE CURING SYSTEMS
       2. STEP, RAMP, PULSE, ARC, and LASER CURING
       3. REDUCING SENSITIVITY
       - - - - Lunch - - - -
III. Bonding
       I. ONE- and TWO-PART BONDING AGENTS
       2. NEW PROBLEMS with BONDING
IV. Direct Resins
       1. CONSISTANT SHADE SELECTION
       2. SIMPLIFIED CLASS II PREPARATIONS
       3. TREATING CLASS V ABFRACTIONS
       4. NEW PLACEMENT and FINISHING TECHNIQUES
Lab: Tooth preparations and placement of restoratives.
       Typodont, handpieces, restorative materials, and placement instrument will be provided.

DAY 2 Outline (Program L3): 8:30AM–5PM
V. Bleaching
       1. OFFICE/POWER/INTERNAL/HOME BLEACHING
       2. INTEGRATING BLEACHING with RESTORATIVE TX
VI. Esthetics
       1. TREATMENT PLANNING for COSMETIC DENTISTRY for the AGING PATIENT
       2. OPTICAL ILLUSION TECHNIQUES
       3. COMMON FAILURES in TREATMENT
VII. Posterior Composites
       1. INDICATIONS and CONTRAINDICATIONS
       2. IMPROVED PREPARATION and PLACEMENT TECHNIQUES
       3. CURING PROBLEMS and SOLUTIONS
       4. MAINTAINING PROXIMAL CONTACT POINTS
       5. INDIRECT COMPOSITES (Targus/Vectris, Bellglass, Symphany, etc)
        - - - - Lunch - - - -
VIII. Porcelain Veneers
       1. INDICATIONS
       2. SHADE SELECTION/PREPARATIONS/IMPRESSIONS
       3. HYBRID METAL/CERAMIC VENEERS
       4. SELECTING a LUTING/BONDING AGENT
       5. MODIFYING SHADES
       6. FINISHING
       7. CLINICAL CASES
Lab: Preparations, temporary fabrication, and placement for veneer, inlay, onlay, and full-coverage ceramic restorations.
       Typodont, handpieces, restorative materials, and placement instrument will be provided.

DAY 3 Outline (Program L3): 8:30AM–3:30PM
IX. Posterior Porcelain Systems
       1. HISTORY (Empress/OPC, Procera, Captec, etc.)
       2. CLASSIFICATIONS (for all–porcelain, CMBR, metal, etc.)
       3. INDICATIONS/PROBLEMS
       4. PREPARATIONS/IMPRESSIONS/TEMPORIZATION
       6. VARIATIONS in RESTORATION DESIGN
       7. PLACEMENT/CEMENT SELECTION/BONDING
       8. CLINICAL CASES
        - - - - Lunch - - - -
X. Selected Cases and Problem Solving
       Students should bring difficult cases for study and treatment planning (records such as slides, models, and charts are helpful).

CE CREDIT: This course is approved for 21 units of continuing education credit for licensure, FAGD, and MAGD.
       Dates and Locations of Courses

Restorative and Adhesive Dentistry-Year I (Dr. Albers): Program: SG1
STUDY GROUP - First Year Program: Twelve Sessions
Combines Lecture/ Hands-On Labortoray / and Patient Care

Instructor: Harry F. Albers, D.D.S. and Associates

Brief Description:
       The purpose of this study group is to offer the dental practitioner many new cosmetic and conservative alternatives to conventional patient care. This twelve-day study group is a combination of lecture, laboratory, and clinic.
       The lecture topics include: documentation of clinical procedures; glass ionomer restoratives; the different types of composite resins; enamel, dentin, resin, porcelain, and metal bonding; bases and liners; preparation designs; material placement; finishing; treatment planning; direct composite veneers; sealants; preventive resin restorations; tunnel preparations; posterior composites; repairing bonding; rebonding fractured tooth pieces; splinting teeth with direct resins; treatment of periodontally compromised teeth; and marketing esthetic services. The laboratory portion of the program includes: treatment planning and case presentations; placing glass ionomer restoratives and liners; treating an anterior maxillary arch of natural teeth with direct veneers; using color modifiers; placing posterior composites; and treatment planning complex cosmetic cases.
       The clinical portion of the course will allow the dentist to work with patients under the supervision of the instructor and will involve bleaching of natural teeth; placing direct resin bonded esthetic restorations in anterior and posterior teeth; placing direct composite veneers and providing numerous adjunct procedures in esthetic dentistry. In both the laboratory and clinical portions of the course the doctor will be provided with an opportunity to work with the latest restorative, bonding, and finishing materials.
       Course includes numerous handouts outlining recommended procedures and materials, and patient education aids. Limited to small class size.

Program SG1:
Day 1: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Intro / Intro to Photography / Diagnosis / Records
PM Lecture: Diagnosis Glass Ionomers

Day 2: (Saturday)
AM Lecture: Glass Ionomers
PM Laboratory: Material Laboratory Work with Glass Ionomers

Day 3: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Introduction to Resins / Factors Affecting Curing
PM Lecture: Composite Materials / Resin Bonding

Day 4: (Saturday)
AM Clinic: Take Intra-Orals (Camera Needed)
AM/PM Lecture: Convention Direct Anterior Preparations
PM Presentations: Review Intra-oral Slides

Day 5: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Placement and Finishing
PM Lecture: Direct Posterior Composites

Day 6: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Show Slides of Restorations to be done on Patients
AM Laboratory: Material Laboratory Work with Composites, Curing, and Bonding Systems (Extracted teeth Needed)
PM Clinic: Conventional Restorations

Day 7: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Esthetics / Shape and form
PM Lecture: Tooth Size and Form, Composite Veneers

Day 8: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Laboratory: Posterior Resins Laboratory Work
PM Clinic: Placing Posteriors and more anteriors

Day 9: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Visual Properties.
PM Lecture: Shade Mapping (Continued)

Day 10: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Laboratory: Anterior Esthetics with Veneers Laboratory Work
PM Clinic: Direct Esthetic Restorations, Veneers, etc.

Day 11: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Occlusion.
PM Lecture: Review Articulator Equipment and Facebow use

Day 12: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Review of all patients to be treated in course
AM Discussion: Review of course
PM Clinic :Mounting each other on an articulator

Over the past 16 years, this course has been offered at three dental schools in two- and four-year formats and has consistently received the highest ratings of all courses taught at these institutions. Over two-thirds of dentists attending have given it a "best ever" rating. It is constantly updated and reflects the experience of over 800 dentists Dr. Albers has trained in two-year residency courses. This is the first of a series of mini-residency courses to be offered to the profession by Dr. Albers.
       Dates and Locations of Courses

Indirect Bonded Restorations -Year II (Dr. Albers): Program SG2
STUDY GROUP - Second Year Program: Thirteen Sessions
Combines Lecture/Hands-On Labortoray/and Patient Care

Instructor: Harry F. Albers, D.D.S. and Associates

       Introduction: The purpose of the second-year study group is to offer the dental practitioner advanced training in the use of indirect bonded systems. The course will include laboratory technicians who will be trained by technician instructors to fabricate the various restorations taught in the course.This twelve-session study group program is a combination of lecture, laboratory, and clinic.
[tab}Prerequisites for this course include completion of Dr. Albers' first-year study group program, a 35 mm intraoral camera, and an articular with face bow. During the course each participant will be required to make case presentations of patients treated in the program. If a doctor can not bring patients he or she needs to work in a group of three where the other two doctors are able to bring patients.
       The lecture topics include: impression taking; temporization; the history of indirect bonded systems; indirect composite veneers; and indications for bonded porcelain veneers. Refractive, foil, and cast ceramic techniques for fabrication of porcelain veneers; the advantages and disadvantages of the various types of indirect bonded systems; porcelain veneer preparation designs; selecting composite luting resins; a review of porcelain bonding; using color modifiers and luting agents for indirect systems; indirect veneer placement; the treatment of complex anterior restorative cases; the indications for porcelain inlays and onlays; the methods of fabricating indirect bonded posterior restorations; posterior indirect bonded restoration preparation designs; the use of pins, build-ups; conservative treatment of cracked teeth. Complex indirect restorative methods will be presented.
       The laboratory portion of the program includes: the lecture course given to the dentists, treatment planning and case presentations; placing indirect porcelain veneers and posterior bonded inlays, and onlays on patients with dentists.
       The clinical portion of the course will allow the dentist to work on patients with the supervision of the instructor. It will involve placing indirect resin bonded esthetic restorations and bonded porcelain restorations in anterior and posterior teeth. In both the laboratory and clinical portions of the course the doctor will be provided with the latest restorative, bonding, and finishing materials.
       Selected dental laboratories will be invited to the course in order to provide the latest indirect bonded restorations for the clinical portion of the program. Efforts will be made to accommodate the doctors own laboratory technician in the clinical portions of the course. Each laboratory will be trained during the course and also at a training camp in Oregon which combines all of the technicians from the west coast classes. This involves intensive lectures and hands-on training.
       Course includes selected preparation models, numerous handouts outlining procedures, recommended material lists, and patient education aids.

Program SG2:
Day 1: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Impressions (retraction, impression materials)
PM Lecture: Temporization (materials, techniques)

Day 2: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Lecture: Indirect Materials, Indirect Veneer, History & Indications
PM Laboratory: Impression Measurements and Make Temporaries
PM Clinic: Mount cases complete and review direct cases

Day 3:
AM Lecture: Indirect Veneer Preparations, Review of Veneer Treatments
PM Lecture: Placement & Luting of Indirect Veneers

Day 4: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Laboratory: Porcelain Veneer Preps and Temporaries
PM Clinic: Mount cases, Simple veneer Preparations

Day 5: (Friday) Indirect Posteriors
AM/PM Lecture: Posterior Indirect Bonded Restorations

Day 6: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Laboratory: Indirect Posterior Preparations
PM Clinic: Preparation of Indirect Veneers on Patients
Demonstration: Indirect Veneer Fabrication Techniques for Technicians & Dentists

Day 7: (Friday)
AM/PM Lecture: Indirect Posteriors continued

Day 8: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM/PM Clinic: Cementation of Indirect Veneers on Patients

Day 9: (Friday)
AM/PM Lecture: Metal Bonding and Bonded Bridges

Day 10: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Laboratory: Metal Bonded Preparations
AM/PM Clinic: CMBR Preparations on Patients

Day 11: (Friday)
AM Lecture: Selected Topics (Pins, Build-Ups, Cracked Teeth)
PM Lecture: Students evaluate clinical work done in class.

Day 12: (Saturday)
AM Presentations: Case Presentations for Patients seen in Clinic
AM Discusion: Review of course
PM Clinic: CMBR Cementation on Patients

Day 13: (Friday)With Staff.
AM Lecture: Practice Management and Legal considerations
PM Lecture: Practice Building and Marketing
       Dates and Locations of Courses

Restorative & Esthetic Dentistry Clinic / Program: SG3
       
Patient Care Clinic with Dr. Albers
       
       The purpose of this study group is to offer the two-year study group graduates an opportunity to treat their own patients with a team of experts. Treatment will include direct and indirect bonded systems, esthetic procedures, and complex case treatment including full mouth reconstructions. The course includes laboratory technicians. This seven-session study group program is a combination of lecture and clinic.
       Pre-requisites for this course include completion of Dr. Albers’ first-year and second year study group programs.
       During the morning of each course the participants will be able to make case presentations of patients they have treated or will be treating. The lecture topics and discussions will include updates to all the material presented in past programs. Each course will be customized to meet the needs of the participants.
       The afternoon clinical portion of the course will allow the dentist to work on patients with the supervision of the instructor. The doctor will be provided with the latest restorative, bonding, and finishing materials.
       The course will include numerous printed materials outlining procedures, recommended material lists, and patient education aids.

Program SG3:

8:00 am – 9:00 am Case presentations
9:00 am – 10:00 am Lecture/finished case presentations
10:00 am – 2:00 pm Treat patients in clinic
       Dates and Locations of Courses


Mulitdisplinary Program / UCSF / 2001-2002 / Program: SG4
Lectures and Topics are Rotated Annually

2001-2002 Program SG4:

Day 1:
AM: Craig Yonemura: Periodontal Regeneration, Diagnosis and Treatment of Perio Disease, Periodontal Treatment and the Restorative Dentist, What’s New in Periodontal Therapy.
PM: Harry Albers: Temporary crown and impression material and technique update.

Day 2:
AM: Rodney Lee, Arun Sharma, Craig Yonemura: The Restorative Dilemma-Interdisciplinary Approaches to Predictable Results.
PM: Harry Albers: Indirect Bonded Restoratives, New Ceramics, resin, and CAD-CAM.

Day 3:
AM: Charles McNeill: Early Recognition of Musculoskeletal Jaw Disorders.
PM: Harry Albers: Direct bonding to alter occlusal schemes and treat the worn dentition. Possiblities and Limitations.

Day 4:
AM: Sol Silverman: Infectious Diseases in the Dental Office.
PM: Harry Albers: Storing, organizing, and selecting restorative systems. Basic Material needs for todays restorative dentist.

Day 5:
AM: Richard Fitzloff: Implants for the Edentulous and Partially Edentulous Patient.
PM: Harry Albers: Posterior Composiites.

Day 6:
AM: Alton Lacy: Clinical Uses of Die Silicone Modeling Materials.
PM: Harry Albers: Contour, Color, Using Illusions in Esthetic Treatment Planning.

Day 7:
AM: Frank Casanova: Endodontic Case Selection
PM: Harry Albers: Pins, Posts, Build-up, and Restoring recently treated endodontic compromised and discolored non-vital teeth.
       Dates and Locations of Courses


Dr. Albers Tele-Web Conference Course: Program T1
       A limited attendence treatment planning course with Dr. Albers. This is an interactive discussion of cases in treatment online.
       Send your cases to hfalbers@aol.com a at least two days before the course. The class will discuss your cases and help your treatment plan them.
       Recommened for those who have previously taken a course from Dr. Albers or have experience in reconstruction.
       Handouts in pdf files and the bridge phone number will be provided after registration is recieved.
       Contact us for dates


Functional Waxing (Lannie Spencer)
Course Instructor: Lannie Spencer, C.D.T.
For the Laboratory Technician
This course is designed give the student a better understanding of the anatomy and dynamics involved in the successful restoration of damaged or missing teeth. Many factors must be considered before the actual waxing begins. Jaw relations, mandibular movement , tooth position and interocclusal spaces are just some of the different areas that need to be carefully studied and understood if the technician is to provide a restoration that restores normal healthy function. With the aid of slides, lecture, printed handouts, demonstrations and hands on participation by the students, this course will help the technician better understand the movements of the jaw and what effect that has on the alinement of the teeth and occlusal anatomy. The student will also learn techniques that will demonstrate how to analyze occlusal wear to determine the patients jaw movements to even a simple quadrant mounting and apply that knowledge to the design of their restorations. Restorations designed using these techniques will require less occlusal adjustment both in the laboratory and the dental office.

About the Instructor:
LANNIE M. SPENCER is co-owner of East Bay Dental Arts, Inc. For the past twenty years, Mr. Spencer has specialized in gnathology, implants and cosmetic dentistry. He has been an instructor at Diablo Valley College and presented to the California Dental Laboratory Association Annual Congress , Western States Conference and the Contra Costa County Dental Society. He is currently an instructor for the Esthetic Dentistry Study Group chaired by Dr. Harry Albers at the University of California Dental School at San Francisco. Mr. Spencer received his degree in dental technology from Diablo Valley College in 1973. He is a member of the International Society of Dental Ceramics and of the Academy of Cosmetic and Adhesive Dentistry

Contact:
Lannie M. Spencer, CDT
800-560-3219
Lspin3@mindspring.com
This course is approved for 8hr. C.E credits by the National Board of Certification
Attendance: is limited to 10 students:Course fee: $250.00

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