SOUTH JORDAN, Utah--Ultradent Products, Inc. will set sail to Alaska, America's Last Frontier, on its next adventure in continuing education.
With presenters Drs. John Kanca and Gerald Denehy at the helm, the cruise should leave attendees with unforgettable experiences and images of Alaska's Inside Passage.
A graduate of the University of Connecticut, School of Medicine, Dr. John Kanca, III, maintains a private practice in Middlebury, Conn., with emphasis on cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Kanca's work has dedicated time on research and work related to adhesive dentistry. His course, Adhesive Dentistry for the New Millennium, will cover various aspects of adhesive dentistry designed for performing types of bonding procedures.
Dr. Denehy is a professor of Operative Dentistry and Chairman of the Department of Operative Dentistry at The University of Iowa College of Dentistry. He graduated from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry and received his master's in science in operative dentistry from the University of Iowa. He currently maintains a practice that is devoted primarily to esthetic dentistry. Dr. Denehy's course, Composite Resins: A Conservative Approach to Maximum Esthetics, will address changes in the field of operative dentistry.
Dentists, hygienists, dental assistants and lab technicians are invited to attend. Attendees can earn up to 16 CE hours. The cruise will be serviced by Norwegian Cruise Line.
For more information on registration or fees, call (800) 520-6640 or visit Ultradent Products, Inc. online at Ultradent.
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