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See Details below for both of the in-demand Webinars

  • CAPD/ACDP Members can register for both webinars for the low price of $40.00 + HST
  • The Non-Member price is $50.00 + HST for each webinar
  • Each webinar is eligible for 1.5 CE Points

Dear Members,

Another pandemic year has passed and the CAPD is still here for all its members. I hope everyone is safe and healthy. Following last year's successful webinar series, we are offering a new series of 2 webinars, at a low cost for members, on March 31st and on April 28th of 2022.

April 28, 2022: Artificial Intelligence and 3D Dentistry: A Win-Win for the Pediatric Dentist, with Dr. Jean-Marc Retrouvey.

September Date to be Announced, 2022: What Do Bad Teeth Have to Do With Renal Phosphate Wasting? with Dr. Guido Filler and Dr. Raymond Lee.

We believe this new series of webinars are of great value for membership.


Dr.Duy-Dat Vu


APRIL 28, 2022 8:00 - 9:15 pm (Eastern)

Artificial Intelligence and 3D Dentistry: A Win-Win for the Pediatric Dentist

with Dr. Jean-Marc Retrouvey, DMD, M.Sc. FRCD (C)

Jean-Marc Retrouvey is Professor and Leo Rogers Endowed Chair of the Orthodontic Department at the University of Missouri Kansas City.

He is a graduate from the Université de Montréal (1978) and from Boston University (1993) RCDC (Royal College of Dentists of Canada) examiner, an NDEB advisor and member of the AAO, the American College of Dentists, The Angle East Society of Orthodontist, a Fellow in the Académie Dentaire du Quebec, the past president of the Canadian Association of Orthodontists and ABO certified.

As a teacher, he has received the McGill Dental Society, the Wood, Katz and Silverstone awards for excellence in teaching. Dr. Retrouvey also received the Bravo award for his implication at McGill in teaching and research at McGill University. Dr. Retrouvey is also involved with HVO (Health Volunteer Overseas) in the development of blended teaching program for emerging countries and is president of the International Foundation for Dental Education, a nonprofit organization offering orthodontic course in developing countries.

He is the principal investigator for the NIH supported research project dental aspect of the Longitudinal Study of Osteogenesis Imperfecta and is the Principal Investigator for the “Dental Malocclusion and Craniofacial Development in OI”. These research projects are conducted by the Brittle Bone Disease Consortium from the RDCRN network of the NIH and have been renewed for a second phase.

Course Outline:

Artificial Intelligence, 3D and Data mining are part of our everyday lives.

Pediatric Dentistry can benefit from these new technologies. Are we ready to take the leap?

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize new technologies terminologies
  • Appreciate the benefits of new technologies in dentistry

  • Understand the possible application of new technologies in pediatric dentistry practice and in teaching of pediatric dentistry

September date to be announced


with Dr. Guido Filler and Dr. Raymond Lee

Course Objectives:

  • To understand how X-linked hypophosphatemic rickets (XLH) affect bone and teeth health.
  • To recognize XLH clinically
  • To learn how the dentist can help with establishing a diagnosis of XLH and where to refer these patients.

Sponsored by 

Dr. Guido Filler is Professor at the University of Western Ontario and Division Head of the Paediatric Nephrology Service. Previously he served as Chair/Chief of the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Western Ontario for 10 years and also was Vice Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee at London Health Sciences Centre. He just finished his term as President of the Canadian Association of Paediatric Nephrologists and serves as deputy editor of the journal Pediatric Transplantation.

His research interest includes measurement of renal function, improving the outcomes after paediatric renal transplantation, kidney stones and rare renal disorders. He also has a PhD in clinical pharmacology and has contributed substantially to the understanding of drug disposition of immunosuppressive and antiviral drugs in children and adolescents.

Dr. Filler has published extensively with currently 333 publications in PubMed and more than 20 book chapters. He has written two books, Becoming a Successful Scholar (Springer) and asSALTed (FriesenPress). His passion for research and helping improve care for paediatric patients has fueled a wholesome and rewarding career.

Dr. Raymond Lee is originally from Waterloo,ON. He received a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Western Ontario, and then completed an internship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. His paediatric specialty training included a Diploma in Paediatric Dentistry from the University of Toronto, a Masters in Science completed at the Hospital for Sick Children through the University of Toronto, and a Fellowship in Paediatric Dentistry from the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. He was named a Fellow of the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry last year, and is presently the Immediate Past-President of the Canadian Academy of Dentistry.

Dr. Lee has maintained an in-hospital private practice and has been an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University, since returning to London in 1995. He has been the Staff Paediatric Dentist at Children’s Hospital, LHSC since 1997 and the Site Chief, Paediatric Dentistry since 2008.

CAPD/ACDP Members: $40.00 + HST for Both (2) webinars

Non Members: $50.00 + HST for each webinar

Please note that attendance is limited to 100 participants per webinar

The webinar registration form will be activated once the September date of the last webinar has been confirmed. 

Members will be notified by email. 

Non Members may contact Steve, directorofoperations@capd-acdp.org to be added to the mailing list.

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