Live In-Person | Dental Sedation Providers | Schedule Day 2
Sunday, February 6, 2022
Course Director   Keira P. Mason, MD
Director, Pediatric Dental Sedation Conference   James Tom, DDS, MS, DADBA
All of the sessions will take place at the InterContinental San Francisco.
6:45 - 8:00 AM Optional Breakfast Breakout Panels (Pre-Registration and Fee) 

Dexmedetomidine: Keira P. Mason, MD, M. Saif Siddiqui, MD
Sedation for Emergency Procedures: Mark Roback, MD, Douglas Carlson, MD
Challenging Dental Case Studies: James Tom, DDS, MS, DADBA, Jenny Wong, DMD, MD, Philip Yen, DDS
7:15 - 8:00 AM Registration/Breakfast
8:00 - 9:00 AM Keynote Lecture: Think Fast, Talk Smart
Matt Abrahams, MA
Educator | Author | Coach    
Lecturer, Stanford University Graduate School of Business
9:00 - 9:30 AM Book Signing and Morning Break with Exhibitors
Morning Sessions
9:30 - 10:00 AM Non-Narcotic Analgesics: Choosing the Best Option and Route
Gregory Hammer, MD
10:00 - 10:30 AM Integrating Intranasal Sedation into Your Sedation Program
Daniel Sedillo, MD, MBA, FAAP, FAWM
10:30 - 11:00 AM How Long Should Fasting Be? The Newest Data and Guidelines
Timothy Martin, MD, MBA, FASA
11:00 - 11:30 AM Tribalism, Compassion, and Conscientious Sedation: An Opportunity for Collaboration
Benjamin Jackson, MD, FAAP, FACEP
11:30 - 12:00 PM Question and Answer Panel
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Lunch On Your Own or Lunch Breakout (Pre-registration and Fee)
Airway Management: A Lecture and Hands-On Workshop: Workshop Director: Jennifer Dearden, MD.
Faculty: Yunus Oktay Atalay, MD, Chinyere  Egbuta, MD, Mary Ellen McCann, MD, MPH
This workshop emphasizes airway assessment , decision-making and management. Our goal is to enable participants to manage any airway obstruction which they may encounter in their practice of medicine or dentistry. Our “practice-changing” program offers various hands-on stations which shall reinforce learning with diagrams, pictorials and videos. There will be ample practice time with a variety of airway equipment, taught by our expert airway faculty.

“GAIN” - Skills for Greater Resilience: Gregory Hammer, MD
GAIN is an acronym for Gratitude, Acceptance, Intention, and Nonjudgment. This workshop will explore the GAIN elements with personal perspective of participants and closed with experiencing GAIN meditation. GAIN practice can substantially reduce stress and increase well-being in as little as three minutes a day. This proven path toward personal resilience can be implemented by anyone, anywhere, in just a few minutes a day.

The Powers and Application of Virtual Reality: A Special Hands-On Workshop:
Workshop Director: Hunter Hoffman, PhD.
Faculty: Rita Hitching, MSC, Oscar D. Mier, MS, BS, Kaitlly Zhu, BA
Hunter Hoffman, a pioneer of VR therapy, the co-originator of Virtual Reality analgesia and designer of SnowWorld, will show you examples of VR goggles currently available and affordable, and easy to use, and will briefly discuss what is on the near horizon.

Each attendee will get to try several interesting immersive therapeutic virtual reality experiences including
a) the illusion of presence in VR (“being there” in the 3D computer generated world),
b) the illusion of embodiment of an avatar (cyberhands that you control with your own hands),
c) SnowCanyon pain distraction for patients that need to stay still during the procedure,
d) Mindfulness River (for patients that need to stay still during the procedure), and
e) 360 videos seen in the VR goggles, custom designed to educate patients and staff.

No previous video game or VR experience is required of attendees. This hands on workshop will be a relaxed and friendly interactive environment with emphasis on VR demos, but incorporating time for questions and discussion and for brainstorming with attendees about how health care providers can use VR during sedation outside of the operation room to make medical procedures less painful, less scary and more fun (e.g., during IV placement, MRI scans, dental procedures, and beyond). VR is a powerful non-pharmacologic analgesic and anxiolytic. Used in addition to traditional sedation, VR may improve patient cooperation, and could potentially reduce adverse events and pediatric toxicity (e.g., by reducing the level of sedation required by some patients). VR analgesia has been shown to reduce pain during a wide range of medical procedures, and fMRI brain scans show VR reduces pain-related brain activity. VR is now affordable. Give it a go! .
Afternoon Sessions - Dental Track
1:30 - 2:00 PM Checklists, Flowcharts and Algorithms for Pediatric Dental Sedation
James Tom, DDS, MS, DADBA     
2:00 - 2:30 PM Pediatric Dental Sedation: New Approaches, Techniques and Strategies
Steve Yun, MD
2:30 - 3:00 PM Avoiding a Lawsuit: How to Recognize and Avoid Legal Risk in Office-Based Dental Sedation
Doris Cheng, Esq.
3:00 - 3:30 PM Dental Sedation Post-COVID-19: Are There Any Take Away Messages and Long Lasting Sequela?
Steve Yun, MD
3:30 - 4:00 PM Non-Pharmacologic Approaches to the Behaviorally Challenged
Dimitris Emmanouil, DDS, MS, PhD
4:00 - 5:00 PM Challenging Cases
Braxton Henderson, DMD, DADBA, George Jaber, DDS, DADBA, James Tom, DDS, MS, DADBA, Philip Yen, DDS
Please check with your State Board to verify, as requirements differ from state to state.