Dr. David Rothman Pediatric Dentistry San Francisco, CA
Register Now!
  • Private practice: pediatrics
  • Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine
  • Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine

Thursday Courses
TH323 - Can You Really Save That (and Why Would You?): Treatment Options for Carious Primary Teeth
Time: 12 - 3 PM
Room: GWCC, GWCC A411
Type: General    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $0.00  Other Fee: $0.00

Are you totally confused on how to treat teeth in children? Don’t they all fall out anyway? And what about the kid they’re attached to? This seminar reviews local anesthesia, pulp therapy, restorations and space maintenance in the primary and early mixed dentitions allowing the practitioner to set parameters for which teeth to save and restore. The attendee will learn to embrace a treatment paradigm that includes function and longevity, review treatment and understand risk factors for pulp therapy and aesthetic and functional restorations and see ways to easily determine which space maintainer (even cosmetic ones) to use when extraction is the option.

Friday Courses
FR260 - Ouch, That Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children
Time: 8:30 - 11:30 AM
Room: GWCC, GWCC A409
Type: Registered    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $80.00  Other Fee: $50.00

Are you totally confused on how to treat teeth in children? Don’t they all fall out anyway? And what about the kid they’re attached to? This seminar reviews local anesthesia, pulp therapy, restorations and space maintenance in the primary and early mixed dentitions allowing the practitioner to set parameters for which teeth to save and restore. The attendee will learn to embrace a treatment paradigm that includes function and longevity, review treatment and understand risk factors for pulp therapy and aesthetic and functional restorations and see ways to easily determine which space maintainer (even cosmetic ones) to use when extraction is the option.

FR153 - Pediatric Anterior Teeth Can Be Saved?: Treatment Options for Cosmetic Repair
Time: 1:30 - 4:30 PM
Room: GWCC, GWCC B314
Type: Participation    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $325.00  Other Fee: $325.00

A bombed out primary anterior is not always cause for extraction. This workshop reviews treatment options for cosmetic repair of primary anteriors both with and without pulp therapy performed and includes composite crowns, metal with bonded acrylic and porcelain or zirconia options. Treatment is performed on typodont teeth with pulp chambers. Anesthetic and behavior management techniques will also be discussed.

Saturday Courses
SA164 - Pulp and What?: Treatment Options for Primary Molars, a Workshop
Time: 9 AM - 12 PM
Room: GWCC, GWCC B314
Type: Participation    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $325.00  Other Fee: $325.00

Confronted with a bombed out primary tooth and don’t know which way to turn? You treat mega-adult cases with implants and prostheses, but you’re scared of a baby tooth attached to a kid? This workshop reviews pulp therapy and improves skills on aesthetic and full coverage restorations. Treatment is performed on typodont teeth with pulp chambers for realism. We’ll also demonstrate how a Gerber band and loop space maintainer can be done to replace the unrestorable molar.


Registering for the Hinman Dental Meeting is required to attend ALL courses and Special Events.
Course type description:
General = No additional fee (registration required for these courses – we no longer accept walk-ups)
Registered, Interactive, Participation and Special Events = Fee courses