april, 2016



Event Details

Credits: 2

 Meals: Dinner (served at 6pm)


 Course Title:  Financial Planning & Tax Saving Opportunities for Dentists

 Presenter: Paresh Shah, CFP, Author, Senior Advisor

 Course Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

Course Description:

Business owners and professionals are constantly looking for ways to reduce their taxes. Financial planning offers a wide array of strategies to help business owners. The presentation will cover a series of ideas to help dentists “protect for today and build for tomorrow”.

Presenter Biography:

Paresh Shah has been a Financial Professional for the past 17 years helping individuals and businesses co-create innovative financial strategies that protect for today and build for tomorrow.

He is a licensed CPE presenter, educating CPAs as they guide their clients on Investments, Life, Disability and Long-Term Care Insurance. He specializes in Pension & Profit Sharing Plans, Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Business Succession Planning.

Paresh is a member of the New York City Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and for the past 6 years a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table including 2 years qualification to Court of the Table.

Paresh graduated as a Chemical Engineer (honors graduate) from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology at Karagpur, India. His strong sense of professionalism and community service has kept him active in India as well as the United States. He supports Health-Care and Education Initiatives for the financially challenged. Paresh is a Past President of his high school’s Alumni Association, The Old Campionites Association. He is a Trustee at the Rotary Eye Institute (a charitable Eye Hospital) and annually supports the hospital. This hospital conducts over twenty thousand free eye surgeries for the weakest segments of society. He is a Trustee at the Somnath Temple in Gujarat, India, which serves as a cultural and religious center. He and his wife support a school for the Deaf and Mute in Bhavnagar and a school for Blind children in Saputara both in Gujarat, India. They have sponsored an individual through his successful Undergraduate Engineering Education and are supporting another through his Undergraduate Architecture Education. In the US he helps charities that support jobs for autistic adults. Annually he supports the Hand and Heart for the Handicapped.

Course Title:  Surgical Objectives in Esthetic Implant Dentistry

Presenter: Dr. Dale Rosenbach

 Course Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

Course Description:

As the foundation for the prosthetic phase of implant dentistry, the implants themselves will guide all future related procedures. Because of this, it is critical that the treatment planning phase take into account the final prosthetic and esthetic demands of the case. This course will inform the clinician about the many functional and esthetic aspects of teeth, extraction sockets and implant dentistry that ought to be considered prior to single-tooth implant placement so as to provide the best expectations for success.

Course Objectives:

Participants who complete this course should be able to:

  1. Appreciate that implant dentistry is essentially a hybrid therapy of surgical and prosthetic segments.
  2. Recognize how the surgical aspects of implant dentistry can limit prosthetic options.
  3. Identify how aspects of implant placement can affect the potential success of the subsequent prosthetic phase from both esthetic and functional perspectives.
  4. Appreciate how surgical protocol modification can serve to enhance the esthetics and functionality of the final implant supported restoration.

Presenter Biography:

Dr. Dale Rosenbach received his undergraduate degree in biology from Yeshiva University and his dental degree from New Jersey Dental School. After completing a one year general practice residency at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, he worked in private practice for a year. Following this, he attended Columbia University for his postdoctoral training in periodontics and implant dentistry, completing a master’s degree focusing on the effects of abutment dis/reconnection on initial peri-implant bone loss. Dr. Rosenbach is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Rosenbach is currently the associate director of the PGY-2/3 implant fellowship and course director of the periodontics & implant dentistry lecture series at the GPR at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He has authored numerous articles that have been accepted for publication by Dentaltown Magazine, Dental Products Report and Dentistry Today. He also serves as the head of project for WikiProject Dentistry on Wikipedia.

Dr. Rosenbach is an internationally-recognized lecturer and has presented over 80 courses spanning more than 400 hours of continuing education on topics related to periodontics, implant dentistry and adjunctive surgical procedures. He has been invited to speak for component CE groups of the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and British Columbia Dental

Associations, as well as private CE organizations from coast to coast. He was also invited to the following regional meetings:

  • 2014 Greater New York Dental Meeting • 2015 World’s Fair of Dentistry (Queens, NY)
  • 2015 Greater Long Island Dental Meeting • 2016 Greater New York Dental Meeting

Dr. Rosenbach maintains a practice limited to periodontics and surgical implantology in New York City


QCDS Members:   $0

Non-QCDS Members:  By invitation only


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