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Nancy J. Miller RDH, BA will be speaking at the 59th ODHA Annual Session on Saturday, September 19th at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City.
She will be presenting about the following:
Power Up! The Use of Power Instruments in Dental Hygiene
Nancy Miller is a registered dental hygienist with over 40 years of clinical experience including 15 years with a periodontal practice. She currently practices 2 days weekly with an excellent cosmetic/restorative dentist in Green Bay. She holds active licenses to practice in Wisconsin, Michigan and Florida.
She graduated from Ferris State University in Michigan with her Associate’s Degree in Dental Hygiene, and also holds a Bachelors Degree in Communications and Management from Concordia University-Wisconsin.
In 1992 Nancy began her own consulting and lecture business, ultraconcepts, focusing on periodontal therapy via ultrasonic instrumentation and debridement using the technique taught her by Dr. Thomas Holbrook, Tampa, Florida.
She is also a Dental Practice Management Coach with Jameson Management, Oklahoma, since 1998. She specializes in clinical department coordination with the business team. She also presents lectures and courses and is AGD certified through them (#210932).
She has been published in the Journal of Practical Hygiene and Dental Economics, and presents online CE courses, Ultrasonics 101, on www.dentaltown.com. Nancy was the cover feature on mentorship in June 2007’s Modern Hygienist. She is a Past President of the Wisconsin Dental Hygienists’ Association, as well as having served as their Treasurer, Speaker of the House, Continuing Education Chair and Meeting Planner. She has been a state delegate to the ADHA Annual Session 4 times. She has presented courses at Yankee Dental Congress and RDH UOR and many other venues.
Nancy served a two year term on the Dental Hygiene Advisory Board for Oral B Laboratories. She is also a product evaluator and development advisor and a Thought Leader for the Hu-Friedy Instrument Company of Chicago, Illinois.
“ My greatest joy in my career has been delivering excellent patient care specific to their needs. Ongoing relationships are critical in acceptance of prevention, treatment and self care. My ability to teach and influence other professionals in methods to deliver exceptional care themselves is my next greatest joy. Through instrumentation instruction or knowledge of business practices or patient behavior management I feel I can impact the health of many patients and providers.”