Saturday, September 14
All lectures are open to all attendees.
Dr. Scott K M Barr, MD, FRCSC, Plastic Surgeon – Special Guest Speaker
TIME: 9:00am – 12:00pm
(There will be a break from 10:30am – 10:45am)
Dr. Barr’s discussion will include:
Prunes to Plums – Facial aesthetics: Surgical vs. Non-Surgical
A discussion about options, indications and outcomes
Dr. Scott Barr is a Plastic Surgeon who has dedicated his practice to medical and surgical aesthetics to patients of Northern Ontario since 1995. With his wife
and business Partner, Julie Barr, he has established Barr Plastic Surgery, Northern Ontario Surgical Centre, Skin MediSpa, Sudbury Vein Clinic and Ontario
Stem Cell Treatment Centre. The medical staff within the medical aesthetic division of Skin MediSpa focus solely on the provision of medical aesthetic
treatments incorporating laser, light and radiofrequency treatments, management of fat and sweat concerns, as well as the latest advancements in injectable
treatments, neuromodulators and skin rejuvenation.
Dr. Barr’s surgical practice is comprised entirely of aesthetics, covering the full range of facial rejuvenation, body contouring, breast surgery and bariatric
procedures. He has served in numerous roles as consultant, educator, and advisor with major aesthetic consumer product companies including Allergan,
Meentor, Galderma, Sanofi, and Valeant. Dr. Barr was a past member of the CPSO OHF Committee, a member of the Ethics Committee of CSAPS and serves
as the VP on the executive of CSAPS. He holds multiple memberships including CLASS, CSPS, CSAPS, ASAPS and ISAPS.
Dr. Glenn Paleczny
TIME: 1:30pm – 2:15pm
Dr. Paleczny will be discussing what is new in orthodontics, both useful and not so useful. Also, on the agenda for discussion will be topics that include:
pros and cons of clear aligners, temporary anchorage devices, impacted teeth, fixed Class II correctors, and pros and cons of traditional braces.
He will also take this opportunity to discuss retention strategies for orthodontic patients with direct reference to the point of view of patients, parents, hygienists,
general dentists and orthodontists.
Come see and listen to what works and doesn’t work in today’s society.
Dr. J Rod Johnston
TIME: 2:15pm – 3:00pm
Dr. Johnston will show cases of guided implants where it was thought not possible to place implants with regular 3D scans, and why this system is much more
predictable and safer than non guided.
He will also show several cases of crestal sinus lifts using only the opening made for the implant again with the use of 3D guides.
Finally, he will be discussing vertical bite opening cases using only composite material in order to restore severely worn dentitions, resulting in
complete makeovers of patient smiles, and will show the technique used that any general dentist should be able to do.
Dr. Andrew Gater
TIME: 3:15pm – 4:00pm
Dr. Gater will be discussing the entire scope of orthognathic surgery. This includes clinical diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical procedures and follow-up
care. He will touch on both case successes and complications, as well as how the entire dental team can contribute to a successful outcome of this potentially life changing treatment.
Please join him for a lively discussion of this unique branch of dentistry.
Dr. Andrew Gater is a graduate of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Program at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Before completing his surgical residency,
Dr. Gater attended the University of Western Ontario, earning an Honors degree in Molecular Genetics and a dental degree. While in London, Dr. Gater was part
of a volunteer medical outreach team that traveled to Tanzania, East Africa to provide health care to residents of rural communities. He then completed an
Externship in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children and Toronto General Hospital.
During his Residency at the University of Illinois, Dr. Gater underwent extensive training in anesthesia, TMJ, dentoalveolar, pediatric, and craniofacial surgery. He
also completed his surgical trauma training at the world-renowned Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
Following his Residency, Dr. Gater earned his Fellowship from the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is certified in
both ACLS and PALS and is currently Chief of the Division of Maxillofacial Surgery and Dentistry at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie, Ontario.
He has a particular interest in orthognathic, bone grafting and implant surgery.
Dr. Gater is also an active member of the Ontario and Canadian Dental Associations, the Ontario Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the Canadian Dental
Society of Anesthesiology and the Muskoka-Simcoe Dental Society.