Iceland Land Tour – A Hunt for the Northern Lights

Mar 4-9, 2015

A hunt for the Northern Lights and all of the adventure Iceland has to offer!

Wednesday, March 4th:  Depart US

Thursday, March 5th:  Arrive Reykjavik Blue Lagoon Spa Private Opening w/Breakfast Transfer to Hotel Ranga Time at Leisure and Hotel Check-In Dinner at Hotel

Friday, March 6th Breakfast—Hotel Morning CE Meeting Lunch—Hotel Time At Leisure or Optional Horseback Riding * I’m and Icelandic Cowboy (Girl)! Dinner is a Langoustine Feast at the Seaside Restaurant Við Fjöruborðið

Saturday, March 7th Breakfast—Hotel

Morning CE Meeting

Transfer to Reykjavik Lunch at Höfnin by the old harbor Hotel Borg Check-In Time at Leisure or Optional Winter Caving* Dinner on own—Hospitality Desk will be available for recommendations and reservations

Sunday, March 8th Breakfast—Hotel 4 X 4 Golden Circle Super Jeep Adventure to the Big 3!

  • Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site
  • Geysir, Hot Springs
  • Gullfoss, the Golden Waterfall Lunch at Hotel Geysir And, if that wasn’t exciting enough… Snowmobile Safari at Langjökull Glacier Dinner at Market Grill

Monday, March 9th Breakfast—Hotel Time at Leisure Afternoon Departure for Airport

Continuing Education Course and Speaker Information:

Evidence Based Restorative Materials Update: Separating Fact from Fiction of Today’s Material Advances. This program will look at a broad spectrum of restorative materials available today. Over the course of the last 5 years there has been an explosion in the number of restorative materials that are available to the practitioner. Years ago the practitioner was simply asked to pick between amalgam, ceramo-metal restorations and gold. Today’s practitioner must consider the various generations of bonding agents, composites, ceramics, cements, etc. The course will allow the practitioner to sift through the confusing maze of materials and decide which materials are most appropriate for a multitude or restorative situations. Specific materials that will be covered include, self-etch adhesives, low shrinkage bulk fill resins, advancements in flowable composites, and new generation of resin and resin modified glass ionomer cements.

At the conclusion of the course participants will:

  • Understand the clinical rational of various adhesives systems.
  • Be able to separate fact from fiction with relation to bulk fill resins.
  • Understand the expanded indications of new age flowable composites
  • Be given a clinical rational for material selection with respect to indirect restorations.
  • Understand proper cementation selection with regards the type of restorative material chosen as well as the individual patient’s intraoral environment.


Parag Kachalia
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