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General Practice Study Club

GPSC Session

“Developing and recreating nature with dental implants”

Practical tips for implant treatment planning. Tricks for easier temporization of implants, crowns and veneers. Guidance for the general practitioner regarding what type of CE can give you skills to advance your practice; Why a Masters program was right for me.
Tuesday October 27th
On-line ZOOM Session Starts 7:00 pm
CE Eligible Session
GPSC 2020-21

Due to the uncertainty as it relates to the COVID health crisis we will be hosting our
GPSC Sessions on-line until such a time allows us to gather in larger numbers.

We do hope you can join us for our second session!

REGISTER HERE for October 27th GPSC Session

Dr. Alex Serebnitski

Dr. Alex graduated from the faculty of dentistry at the University of Manitoba with a DMD dental degree and a Bachelor of Science in dentistry degree.

Recently Dr Alex completed a Master of Science Degree in Implantology at the Goethe University in Frankfurt.

Dr. Alex has also been actively involved in continuing education programs since graduation, predominantly in the area of implant dentistry. He is proud to offer implant dentistry services to the patients of East Kildonan Dental

He is also a clinical instructor at the college of dentistry in the area of dental diagnostics and surgical sciences, a position he has held since 2011.

Dr. Alex believes that being a dental professional is only part of his role in the community. He is involved in the Jewish Foundation since right after graduating he established a scholarship for young adults who wish to pursue post-secondary education and he sits on their grants committee on that foundation.

Dr. Alex is also dancing in Chai Folk Ensemble and Rusalka Dance Ensemble as those are both integral parts of his culture and heritage.

For the past several years, Dr. Alex has participated in annual dental missions to Guatemala through an organization called Health Outreach. The main purpose of these mission trips is providing dental services to underprivileged people in the rural areas of Guatemala. While in Guatemala, he also developed a soccer program for local children and holds an annual drive for donations of gently used soccer equipment and a soccer tournament between local villages.

Dr. Alex is fluent in English, Russian, Hebrew, and is currently working on his Spanish.

Our remaining line-up for the 202/21 year is as follows:

At this stage GPSC Sessions will be taking place on-line via ZOOM. A direct registration message for each session will go to GPSC Facilitators and our GPSC Mailing List.

Remaining Session Dates
Wednesday November 25th 7 PM
Friday February 19th Evening time to be confirmed
Saturday March 20th (Breakfast session)