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1963-1974 PROGRAMS

September 3, 1963
 
MAURY MASSLER, DDS
 University of Illinois, Chicago
 
Nature of Dental Caries as an Infectious Process

November 13, 1963
 
DONALD PETIT, MD
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Medical Aspects of Dental Diagnosis

February 11, 1964
 
EMANUEL CHERASKIN, MD, DMD
 University of Alabama, Birmingham
 
Diagnostic Stomatology

April 15, 1964
 
REIDAR SOGNNAES, DMD, PhD
  Los Angeles
 
Life Cycle of Calcified Tissues

June 4, 1964
 
RUSSELL HANEY, PhD
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Communication in the Dental Practice

October 29, 1964
 
RONALD E. BUELL, DMD
 Loma Linda University, California
 
The Expanding Scope of Endodontics

December 1, 1964
 
CHARLES HEISKELL, MD
 Newport Beach, California
 
Evaluation of the High-Risk Dental Patient

 TOM ROBINSON, MD
 Newport Beach, California
 
Early Developmental Problems in Dental Arch Forma­tion

February 2, 1965
 
CHARLES E. STUART, DDS
 Ventura, California
 Nature of Occlusal and Maxillo-Mandibular Relationships

April 29, 1965
 
ROBERT TRANQUADA, MD
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 Diabetes and Glucose Metabolism

June 8, 1965
 
SURINDAR N. BHASKAR, DDS, PhD
 Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, D.C.
 Oral Diagnosis

September 27, 1965
 
SUMTER S. ARNIM, DDS
 University of Texas HSC, Houston
 Microcosm of the Mouth and Their Role as Ecosystems Associated with Dental Disease

October 27, 1965
 
EDGAR S. GORDON, MD
 University of Wisconsin, Madison
 Nutrition and Its Relation to Arteriosclerosis and Coronary Artery Disease

January 4, 1966
 
PETER K. THOMAS, DDS
 Beverly Hills, California
 Waxing for Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

February 18, 1966
 
NATHAN FRIEDMAN, DDS
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 Periodontal Concepts

March 16, 1966
 
ROBERT RICKETTS, DDS
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Growth and Development

October 26, 1966
 
ARTHUR ELFENBAUM, DDS
 University of Illinois, Chicago
 
X-Ray Interpretation

November 17, 1966
 
WALTER J. FURIE, DDS
 Long Beach, California
 
Adult Orthodontics

January 12, 1967
 
HARRY SICHER, MD, DSc
 Loyola University, Chicago
 
The Anatomic Basis of the Spread of Dental Infection

 PATRICK TOTO, DDS
 Loyola University, Chicago
 
Inflammation of the Dental Pulp and the Formation of Granulomas and Abscesses

March 9, 1967
 
JAMES ROBINSON
 San Diego, California
 
How to Make the Practice of Dentistry More Enjoyable

 RALPH R. STEINMAN, DDS
 Loma Linda University, California
 
Nutrition and Its Relation to Dental Caries

March 23, 1967
 
ALBERT T. WIEBRECHT, DDS
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 
Removable Crozat Orthodontic Appliances

August 1-2, 1967
 
ARNE G. LAURITZEN, LDS, DDS
 University of Washington, Seattle
 
Modern Concepts of Occlusion

December 19, 1967
 
GEORGE F.S. LEHNER, PhD
 University of California, Los Angeles
 
Interpersonal and Professional Relationships

February 15, 1968
 
JOE FRISCH, DDS
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Some Current Clinical Research of General Interest

March 27, 1968
 
M. SYDNEY MARGOLESE, MD
 University of California, Los Angeles
 
An Endocrine Concept of Periodontal Disease

June 21, 1968
 
MAURY MASSLER, DDS
 University of Illinois, Chicago
 
New Advances in Cariology

September 25, 1968
 
ROBERT J. SAMP, MD
 University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
Health, Disease and Longevity

October 10, 1968
 
EDGAR S. GORDON, MD
 University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
Arteriosclerosis, Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease

March 7-8, 1969
 
SIGURD P. RAMFJÖRD, LDS, PhD
 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 
Concepts of Occlusion

April 18, 1969
 
EMANUEL CHERASKIN, MD, DMD
 University of Alabama, Birmingham
 
Protein in Oral Health and Disease

May 2-3, 1969
 
WILLY KROGH-POULSEN, LDS, Dr.Odont.
 Royal Dental College, Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment of Dysfunctions and Disorders of the Stomatognathic System

June 3, 1969
 
ROBERT B. SHIRA, DDS
 Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
 
Recent Developments in Exodontia and Oral Surgery

September 3, 1969
 
RUSSELL HANEY, PhD
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Communication in the Dental Practice

January 30-31, 1970
 
WELDEN E. BELL, DDS
 Baylor University, Dallas
 
Management of Disorders of the Temporomandibular Joint and the Masticatory
 Musculature

February 19, 1970
 
RICHARD KLEIN, DDS
 RALPH O’CONNOR, DDS

 Tacoma, Washington
 
The Organization and Management of Modern Dental Practices

April 7, 1970
 
HAROLD STANLEY, DDS
 University of Florida, Gainesville
 
Human Dental Pulp

August 12, 1970
 
THOMAS CURETON, PhD
 University of Illinois, Chicago
 
Physical Fitness for Dentists

September 18-19, 1970
 
NATHAN A. SHORE, DDS
 Private Practice, New York City
 
Newer Concepts of Occlusal Equilibration and Treatment of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

January 14, 1971
 
SURINDAR N. BHASKAR, DDS, PhD
 Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, D.C.
 
X-Ray Interpretation and Oral Diagnosis

February 27, 1971
 
OMER K. REED, DDS
 Phoenix, Arizona
 
The Preventive Power That Pays in the Accelerated Dental Practice

March 5, 1971
 
ROBERT GREGG, PhD
 University of Kentucky, Lexington
 
Anatomy of the Masticatory Musculature and TM Joint

April 30, 1971
 
DEWEY H. BELL Jr., DDS
 Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
 
Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment of Facial Pain Related to Temporomandibular
 Dysfunction

 E. LLOYD DuBRUL, DDS, PhD
 University of Illinois, Chicago
 
Oral Behavior in Fossils and Its Relation to Man’s Jaw Movements

 BENJAMIN C. MOFFETT, PhD
 University of Washington, Seattle
 
Occlusal Arthrology

 LAWRENCE WEINBERG, DDS
 Private Practice, New York City
 
Research Report Relating Temporomandibular Dysfunction with Radiographic Findings

May 14-15, 1971
 
F. HAROLD WIRTH, DDS
 Louisiana State University, New Orleans
 
Motivation:  Personal and Patient

September 20-22, 1971
 
L.D. PANKEY, DDS
 L.D. Pankey Institute, Coral Gables, Florida
 
A Philosophy of Dentistry

November 4, 1971
 
H.J.J. BLACKWOOD, MD
 Royal Dental Hospital, University of London
 
Temporomandibular Articulation

November 13, 1971
 
LOREN F. PILLING, MD
 Minneapolis Clinic of Psychiatry and Neurology, MN
 
Psychological Management of the Dental Patient

January 21, 1972
 
PAUL KEYES, DDS
 National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
 
Recent Research Regarding the Development of Plaque

March 17, 1972
 
HAROLD LÖE, LDS
 Royal Dental College, Aarhus, Denmark
 
Development, Composition and Pathogenicity of Dental Plaque

March 25, 1972
 
R. PAUL ST. AMAND, MD
 University of California, Los Angeles
 
The Relationship of Cardiac Disease, Hypoglycemia, Cholesterol and Arthritis to Diet

April 20, 1972
 
KENNETH COOPER, MD
 The Cooper Clinic, Dallas, Texas
 
Health, Disease and Physical Fitness

April 21, 1972
 
PARKER E. MAHAN, DDS, PhD
 University of Florida, Gainesville
 
Diagnosis of Craniofacial Pain and Dysfunction

     ROBERT RICKETS, DDS
 University of Southern California, Los Angeles
 
Recent Research in Occlusion and the Temporomandibular Joint

September 1, 1972
 
THOMAS H. LAWRENCE
 Kansas City, Missouri
 
Professional Development:  Motivation, Communication and Personal Relations

October 12, 1972
 
EMIL STEINHAUSER, DDS, MD
 Kantonsspital, Lucerne, Switzerland
 
Surgical Treatment of Oral and Facial Congenital Defects:  Bone Grafts and Their Clinical
 Use

November 10, 1972
 
EMANUEL CHERASKIN, MD, DMD
 University of Alabama, Birmingham
 
The Diabetic Dilemma in Dentistry

December 15, 1972
 
PARKER MAHAN, DDS, PhD
 University of Florida, Gainesville
 
Muscle Physiology and Its Clinical Significance

January 26, 1973
 
SIGURD P. RAMFJORD, LDS, PhD
 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 
Current Status of Periodontics

February 23, 1973
 
HANS SELYE, MD, PhD
 University of Montreal, Canada
 
Stress as It Affects the Dentist and Patient

March 16, 1973
 
RALPH PHILLIPS, DSc
 Indiana University, Indianapolis
 
Recent Developments in the Use of Dental Materials

April 27, 1973
 
PETER E. DAWSON, DDS
 St. Petersburg, Florida
 
Temporomandibular Joint Syndromes Can Be Solved
 
LEON LEFER, DDS, MD
 Columbia University, New York
 
Psychiatric Overlay to Differentiate TM Joint Symptomatology from Stress and Mental
 Fatigue

May 18, 1973
 
JANET TRAVELL, MD
 Washington, D.C.
 
Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Dental Patient

October 19, 1973
 
S.I. HAYAKAWA, PhD
 San Francisco State College, California
 
Semantics and Communication

November 16, 1973
 
MAXWELL MALTZ, MD
 New York, New York
 
Psycho-Cybernetics

December 14, 1973
 
WILLIAM BANOWSKY, PhD
 Pepperdine University, Los Angeles
 
The NOW Value of History

January 25, 1974
 
JOHN YUDKIN, MD
 University of London, England
 
The Dissident Nutritionist

March 8, 1974
 
LEONARD M. ZUNIN, MD
 University of California, Los Angeles
 
Reality Therapy and Psychostatic Human Sculpture

April 26, 1974
 
J.J. PINDBORG, LDS, Dr.Odont.
 Royal Dental College, Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Oral Cancer and Precancer

May 17, 1974
 
HANS KRAUS, MD
 New York, New York
 
Treatment and Prevention of Back and Neck Pain

June 21, 1974
 
WILLY KROGH-POULSEN, LDS, Dr.Odont.
 Royal Dental College, Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Stomatognathic Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment

September 20, 1974
 
SAMUEL F. HULBERT, PhD
 Tulane University, New Orleans
 
Biomechanics of Artificial Materials for Biologic Systems

November 1, 1974
 
THOMAS H. HOLMES, MD
 University of Washington, Seattle
 
Life Style, Life Events and Disease

December 6, 1974
 
YOJIRO KAWAMURA, MD, DMSs
 Osaka University Dental School, Japan
 
Physiology of Mastication and Related Clinical Problems