March 1, 2002 - Ms. Michele Burris
To be held at: Weber's Inn, Ann Arbor, MI.

Jungle Nutrition: Primal Care and Feeding for the "Metabolically Unique" Animal in You.

IF the maze of contradictory nutrtition advice has left you more confused than ever, it's important you know: There is ONE Perfect Diet for everyone! Over 40 years of intensive research, initiated by Donald Kelley, DDS, had revealed that no two bodies are alike. Each of us is, as Dr. Roger Williams discovered, "Biochemically Individual." Each of us has a unique "metabolic engine" that requires a specific kind of "body fuel" to function effeciently.
Come and enjoy a colorful, interactive, fun, and highly informative journey through the jungle of human nutrition where you'll:

  • Take and innovative/sime test to identify your Unique Metabolic Profile
  • Learn how to routinely utilize the most "metabolically efficient" foods to achieve and maintain optimum levels of health, wight, energy and fitness.
  • Hear how to beat the mid-morning and mid-afternoon "brain drain" and overcome energy zapping sugar and other cravings
  • Get the "straight scoop/pros and cons" on those "good vs. bad" fats and carbohydrates, sugar, eggs, cholesterol, caffiene and more
  • Discuss newfound disease preventative benefits of "The 8 Awesome Super Foods"
  • Explore why nutritional supplements, also, need to be tailored to your individual body to be truly effective and safe.

April 12, 2002 - Dr. Robert A. del Castillo
To be held at: Crowne Plaza, Ann Arbor, MI

Periodontal and Guided Bone Regeneration

The morning Session is entitled "Periodontal Regeneration" and the topics are:

  • Flap Design
  • Defect Morphology and Its Influence on Periodontal Regeneration
  • Membrane Selection and Where to Apply
  • Membrane Stability and It's Importance to Regeneration
  • Graft Material - Are They Necessary?
  • Transition of GTR to GBR
The afternoon session is titled "Guided Bone Regeneration" and will include:
  • Flap Design
  • Defect Morphology and Its Influence on Guided Bone Regeneration
  • Classification of Defects
  • GBR and Implants, Sinus, Lateral, Vertical Augmentation
  • Implant System Selection

October 25, 2002 - Mr. Norman Tucker, President of The Michigan Trial Lawyers Association
To be held at: Crowne Plaza, Ann Arbor, MI

Mock Trial

The purpose of this program is threefold: To acquaint dental professions with the terms and format used in trial courts generally; to demonstrate the use of experts in dental malpractive litigation; and to demonstrate how the law, through the theory of negligence is applied to the dental professions.
This program will attempt to accomplish these purposes by following an actual case for dental malpractive from the filing of the complaint through the subsequent appeal of the case to the Michigan Supreme Court.

Last update: 10-21-2002