CE Land Tour to Ireland

Update on Periodontics, Implants and Surgical Dentistry for 2019

May 17-26, 2019

photo of a canal passing through Dublin

Course Description

This program is intended to cover a broad range of periodontal implant and dental surgical therapies. The foundation of good restorative therapy is sound periodontal support, accordingly this program will address current recommended methodologies to help diagnose, treat and maintain a healthy periodontium including state of the art chemotherapeutics.

Additionally, the functionality of the patient’s dentition often involves the use of dental implants. Dr. Oxford will discuss a variety of surgical advances associated with the removal of teeth and site preparation for future dental implant installation from bone grafts, ridge augmentations, growth factors, PRP, LPRF and sinus elevations.

Once the health and function has been established this program will explore the unique issues associated with the periodontal maintenance of implants as well as teeth. An emphasis will be placed on the management of our older population.

Course Objectives

After attending thjs program the attendee should be able to:

  • develop a rationale for appropriate administration of a wide spectrum of pharmaceuticals in the treatment of periodontal patients
  • appreciate some of the different treatment alternatives available to achieve the appropriate site prior to implant placement
  • recognize the procedures recommended for an implant hygiene visits
  • recognize physiologic changes in the dentition of the elderly patient
  • suggest management strategies of oral disease in the elder

Faculty

  • Gregory E. Oxford, DDS, MS, PhD – Faculty Website
  • Dr. Gregory E. Oxford is a board-certified periodontist, implant and dental surgeon who has a clinical as well as research background and has authored and delivered numerous reports on both clinical and scientific aspects of periodontics and implant therapy. A recognized expert and lecturer in the field of periodontology of national and international acclaim, he was the 1998 recipient of the prestigious American Association for Dental Research (AADR) Periodontal Research Award, the Bill Clark Research Fellowship, NIH Dental Scientist Award as well as a recipient of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) Partners in Practice Periodontal Research Award. He is also a past Trustee for the AAP and Southern Academy of Periodontology, Past President of Florida Association of Periodontists and recipient of a Navy Clinical Excellence Award. Dr. Oxford acts a consultant for several companies as well as the University of Florida and an expert for the State of Florida Board of Dentistry.
  • Dr. Oxford was raised in North Carolina, attended Emory University School of Dentistry in Atlanta, completed his surgical residency in Maryland, an internship at the National Institutes of Health and received his PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Florida College of Medicine.
  • As a Courtesy Clinical Professor of Periodontology at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, Dr. Oxford was previously a Co-Director of the Graduate Periodontology Program and a Clinical Research Investigator with the Periodontal Disease Research Center. He was an investigator on a NIDR grant to investigate the interrelationship of diabetes and periodontal diseases. Dr. Oxford’s research interests are associated with recombinant proteins and their role in regenerative periodontics and implant dentistry

CEUs

  • 10 contact hours. Lecture

CE Registration Fee

  • Dentists: $499 *
  • Auxiliary (attending with dentist): $299 *
    * course fee only – does not include travel package below
  • Course # 190273   AGD # 490

Dates

  • May 17-26, 2019

Travel Package Fee

$3,950 per person/double occupancy, includes all transfers, listed meals, and tours. Additional golf and tour opportunities, not included in base package, are available at an additional charge. Airfare and gratuities are additional. Contact Cruise and Travel Partners for more information.

Only three steps to join us for this fabulous Ireland CE trip:

Step 1: Book Your Trip

For more information and to book your trip, contact:
Janet Goldman
Cruise and Travel Partners
772-778-7026
Cruise and Travel Partners
or cecruises123@aol.com

Step 2: Register for CE

Once your travel is booked, print and complete our registration form

You can either scan and email it to ce@dental.ufl.edu or mail it to:

UF Continuing Dental Education
P.O. Box 100417
Gainesville FL 32610-0417

Questions? Call us toll-free: 888.550.4590

Step 3: Pack your bags!


Travel Information

Informational Flyer

Itinerary

Day Location
Fri, May 17 Fly to Dublin
Sat, May 18 Dublin
Arrive in Dublin and transfer to hotel
Walking Tour of Georgian Dublin
Time at Leisure
Visit to Guinness Store House Dinner at Fade Street Social
Overnight at Iveagh Garden Hotel
Meals: Dinner
Sun, May 19 Dublin
Breakfast at hotel
Visit to Lakes of Glendalough
Scone Making and Sheepdog Demonstration Light Lunch at Ballyknocken House & Cookery School
Golf Option—Portmarnock Golf Club
An Evening at the Merry Ploughboys
Overnight at Iveagh Garden Hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Mon, May 20 National Stud Farm and Japanese Garden
Breakfast at hotel and check-out
Visit to the National Stud Farm and Japanese Garden
Lunch
Check into hotel
Dinner at the resort
Overnight at Castlemartyr Resort
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Tue, May 21 Kinsale
Breakfast at hotel and CE Lecture
Visit Waterford Crystal (optional for spouses)
Afternoon Visit to Kinsale
Golf Option—Castlemartyr Resort
Dinner on own
Overnight at Castlemartyr Resort
Meals: Breakfast
Wed, May 22 Blarney Castle and Killarney
Breakfast at hotel and CE Lecture
Head to Killarney with a stop enroute at Blarney Castle
Arrive at Great Southern Hotel and check in
Jaunting Cart ride through the National Park
Dinner at Great Southern Hotel
Overnight at Great Southern Hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Thu, May 23 Dingle Peninsula
Breakfast at hotel and CE Lecture
Visit to the Dingle Peninsula
Golf Option—Tralee
Dinner on own
Overnight at Great Southern Hotel
Meals: Breakfast
Fri, May 24 Cliffs of Moher
Breakfast at the hotel
Visit to the Cliffs of Moher
Lunch
Arrive at Adare Manor and check in
Dinner at Oak Room
Overnight at Adare Manor
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Sat, May 25 Adare Manor
Breakfast at the hotel
Free day to enjoy the estate activities
Golf Option—Adare Manor
Farewell Dinner at the Carriage House
Overnight at Adare Manor
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Sun, May 26 Fly Home

We look forward to you joining us!

photo of the Cliffs of Moher