Progressive Clinics

Progressive Clinics

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C LIN IC AL P R O G R A M J. V. Conzett, Chairman, Dubuque, Iowa. Gerald G. Burns, Vice-Chairman, Rochester, New York. A. P. Burkhart, Secretary, Auburn, New York.

N OTICE T O CLINICIAN S Clinicians will please note that all clinics will be held in Clinic Hall at the Exposition Park. The progressive clinic will be held Wednesday at 9:30 A. M. and the general clinic will be held Friday, 9:30 A. M. The Clinic Committee requests all clinicians for the progressive clinic to appear at their stations at 9:00 A. M. Wednesday. Clinicians are requested to bring all necessary instruments and ap­ pliances and to report, on arrival, to one of the above officers of the com­ mittee or to the Chairman of their particular section. They are also requested to furnish the Secretary of the Clinic Committee with a brief typewritten report o f their clinic for publication in the proceedings. The National Dental Association will assume no responsibility for the results of the operations nor for any damages claimed to arise from any statement made by the clinicians herein listed. The selling of instruments, materials or appliances, or distributing of circulars or cards in the Clinic Hall will not be permitted. Any person violating this rule will forfeit the privilege of remaining in the Clinic Hall.

P R O G R E S S IV E CLINICS W e d n e s d a y , J u l y 8 t h , 9 : 3 0 A . M . to 1 2 : 3 0 P. M. The progressive clinics will be in charge of the following chairmen: Weston A. Price— Operative Section. Thomas P. Hinman— Crown and Bridge Section. Alden J. Bush— Miscellaneous Section. Operative Section

Weston A. Price, Chairman, Cleveland, Ohio. 1 Thomas B. Hartzell............................................................. Minneapolis, Minn. “ Practical Applications of our Pathological Researches in the General Practice.”

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Weston A. P rice.........................................................................Cleveland, Ohio. Frank A. Fahrenwald (B. S., M. S.), Metallurgist............. Cleveland, Ohio. “ Some Practical Applications of our Metallurgical Researches in General Dental Practice.”

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3 J. M. Thompson............................................................................... Detroit, Mich. “ Gold Restoration Versus the Cast Filling.” 4 E. B. Spalding...................................................................................Detroit, Mich. “ The Impression and Model Method Applied to Some Applica­ tions in Inlay and Crown Work.” 5 A. L. LeGro....................................................................................... Detroit, Mich. “ Definite Technique for Occlusal Surfaces in Baked Posterior Porcelain Crowns.” 6

A. E. Schneider...................................................................................Chicago, 111. “ Porcelain Crowns.” 7 Marcus L. W ard....................................................................... Ann Arbor, Mich. “ Gold Inlay Cavity Preparation.”

Elmer S. Best (Clinic co-operative with O. D. D avis).. .Minneapolis, Minn. “Detailed Procedure in Opening and Filling Pulp Canals and the Success of Operation Shown by Radiographs.”

O. D. Davis (Clinic co-operative with Elmer S. B est). .Minneapolis, Minn. “Adaptation of Anatomically Constructed Gold Inlays.”

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R. H. Volland....................................................................................Iowa City, la. “ Cavity Preparation for Gold Inlays.” Crown and Bridge Section

Thomas P. Hinman, Chairman., Atlanta, Ga.

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W. O. Hulick................................................................................ Cincinnati, Ohio. “ Methods of Procedure for Fitting Bands to Tooth Roots Perfectly.”

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S. H. M cA fee.............................................................................New Orleans, La. (a) “Forming Detachable Platinum Backings for Ordinary Pin Facing; (b) Platinum and the Oxyhydrogen Blow-pipe in the Construction of Bands and Copings.” 13 Karl G. Knoche.................................................................................. Chicago, 111. “Removable Bridge Work Technique for Making Copies that In­ sure Against Irritation to the Soft Tissues.” 14 Charles F. A sh ...............................................................................New York City “Removable Bridge Work, showing New Attachments.” 15 Charles H. Bramwell......................................................................... Chicago, 111.

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Alden J. Bush, Chairman, Columbus, Ohio. 16 W. A. Giffin.......................................................................................Detroit, Mich. “ Impressions." 17 J. H. Prothero.....................................................................................Chicago, 111. “Models.” 18 W. M. Randall............................................................................... Louisville, Ky. “ Establishing Models on Articulator.” 19 James P. R uyl............................................................................... New York City “ The Arrangement of Teeth in Occlusion.” 20 George H. W ilson.............................................. ......................... Cleveland, Ohio. “ Esthetics.”

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Grace Rogers Spalding................................................................... Detroit, Mich. “Instructions to Patients.”

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J. O. McCall...................................................................................... Buffalo, N. Y. “ Prophylaxis.” 23 A. F. James.......................................................................................... Chicago, 111. “ Pyorrhea Alveolaris.” 24 Gillette Hayden.............................................................................Columbus, Ohio. “ Demonstration showing Normal and Abnormal Conditions of the Supporting Tissues of the Teeth.” 25 W. A. W hite.............................................................................Phelps, New York. “ What is being done in the Oral Hygiene Movement.” Stereopticon Clinics

26 Edgar D. Coolidge...............................................................................Chicago, 111. “ Clinic on Cavity Preparation for Gold Inlays.” 27 R. Ottolengui................................................................................... New York City “ Clinic on the Restoration of Occlusal Surfaces of Bicuspids and Molars with Cast Gold Inlays.” 28 M. L. Rhein..................................................................................... New York City. “Technique of Root Filling.” 29 Victor H. Jackson.......................................................................... New York City. “ Orthodontia.”