February 2, 2017 - November 2, 2017

The David E. Snyder
Luncheons for Learning Series 2017

Various Speakers on a Dental Topic

Go back and look through our calendar for speakers and dates or look through our printed catalog

One day a month, February through November, a speaker discusses a dental topic during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during a short discussion period at the end of the lecture. It requires only about one and one-half hour of your time to learn the latest developments in many areas of dentistry. Join us and get better acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited to attend.

David E. Snyder, D.D.S., entered the University of Washington Dental School in 1950, just at the beginning of the Korean War. After graduation in 1954 he served in the Navy Dental Corps for three years, two of which were spent on the USS Nereus, a submarine tender home ported in San Diego, California. After his discharge, he opened a dental practice in San Diego.

Accounts of “old dentistry” from his father, teachings of dental schools of the 1950’s, and tricks learned from Dr. James P. Vernetti encouraged Dr. Snyder to teach senior dental students several alternative techniques. Some of them, such as the intra-osseous local anesthetic injections taught by Dr. Vernetti in the 1960’s, became popular in our Texas school decades later.

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
The first or second Thursday of each month
(Subject to change due to state meetings or holidays)

Plan to arrive at 11:30 AM. This will give you time to eat before the presentation starts at 12:00 PM. Should you be delayed, you can eat during the presentation.

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