Eleven years ago, I founded the Center City Study Club in order to promote networking, camaraderie, and a free exchange of ideas among dental professionals in Philadelphia. The CCSC has a solid core of approximately 45-55 members who each bring a unique perspective to the group. I am excited to announce that all CCSC meetings for the 2019-2020 academic year will once again be held at Estia Greek Mediterranean Restaurant in Philadelphia.
The basic structure for the CCSC 2019-2020 academic year is as follows:
o Quality lecture content relevant to your everyday clinical practice
o 4 Evening Meetings at Estia Greek Mediterranean Restaurant
- Registration / Networking / Wine 6:00-6:30pm
- Seating / Dinner orders taken 6:30-6:45pm
- Introduction of Speaker 6:45-7:00pm
- Lecture / Dinner served 7:00-8:15pm
- Discussion 8:15-8:30pm
o Annual Membership for 2019-20: $450
- Includes all 4 sessions
o Single session dues are $150 per lecture.
o We encourage staff to attend for a reduced fee of $95 per staff member.
As a certified Pennsylvania AGD CE provider, I am proud to provide 2 CE credits for each session up to a total of 8.0 CE credits for attendees.
For more information regarding registration to Dr. Laudenbach’s Center City Study Club, please contact our Professional Relations Coordinator, Danielle Medrano, at [email protected] or Philadelphia Office Phone Number 215-985-4337.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Dr. Jay Laudenbach currently manages two Spear Study Clubs. Spear Study Clubs focus on real-life cases and actual treatments – with expert clinicians presenting the latest techniques. The intimate scale of eight to 12 like-minded peers encourages guided learning, interaction and interdisciplinary camaraderie. Spear is with you every step of the way. For more information regarding registration to Dr. Laudenbach’s Spear Study Club, please contact our Professional Relations Coordinator, Danielle Medrano, at [email protected]
Established in 1980, the International Team for Implantology has become the largest independent academic organization in implant dentistry and the related field of tissue regeneration. Its founding members had the vision that progress in the field of implant dentistry is best achieved if a inter-disciplinary team of clinicians and researchers collaborate closely to improve products and treatment methods on an ongoing basis and to keep abreast of the latest findings in the field. It unites professionals around the world from all fields of implant dentistry and hard and soft tissue regeneration.
The organization strongly supports the premise of well-documented treatment guidelines backed by extensive clinical testing and the compilation of long-term results. As an independent academic association, it actively promotes networking and exchange among its membership. ITI Members regularly share their knowledge and expertise from clinical practice at meetings, courses and congresses with the objective of constantly improving treatment methods and outcome to the benefit of their patients. Presently, there are 27 ITI sections worldwide with over 15,000 members and Fellows.
This program is supported and funded by the ITI (International Team for Implantology) and its members and thus is without charge to attendees. The ITI would also like to invite all members of the Penn and Temple Dental Faculty to this meeting.