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Post-session CE planned

Hone restorative skills and unwind in Napa Valley

April 23, 2012

San Francisco—Annual Session-goers can earn an additional six hours of continuing education and enjoy golf, biking, spa services, wine tasting and more in California’s Napa Valley by attending the ADA’s post-session courses Oct. 23 and 24 at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California.

Wine country: The ADA will host post-session courses in restorative dentistry Oct. 23 and 24 at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif.

Dr. Jeff Brucia will present two morning courses, a Restorative Dental Update (course 9102) and Advanced Restorative Dentistry (course 9103).

Restorative Dental Update in Napa Valley will be held Oct. 23, 8-11 a.m. Dr. Brucia will review dentin bonding techniques and materials and offer a comprehensive presentation on careful planning and systematic coordination of the preparation, temporization, laboratory fabrication and placement of restorations.

Advanced Restorative Dentistry in Napa Valley meets Oct. 24, 8-11 a.m. Dr. Brucia will discuss occlusal factors that may play a role in temporomandibular disorder and how to restore them using the latest materials with the time-tested approach of occlusion.

Cost for one course is $159 or $300 for both with a room reservation at the Silverado Resort and Spa. (Course fees without hotel registration are $259 and $500, respectively.) Breakfast is included in the pricing.

Standard room rates are $189 per night, including resort fees and a one-bedroom fireplace suite is $259 per night, including resort fees. Guests also receive special discounts on golf and a 10 percent discount on spa services. Guest services include two 18-hole PGA golf courses, a full spa, rental bikes, tennis courts, swimming pools, wine tasting at nearby wineries and much more.

More information is available on ADA.org/session.