Paciﬁc Dental Conference · Friday, March 9, 2018 Ofﬁcial Meeting News · Vol. 9, No. 2 Scenes from the PDC Exhibit Hall Play a little golf, pick up some free glove samples and grab a tote bag to take home with you. Nd:YAG and Er:YAG laser case study Dual- wavelength laser performs TwinLight periodontal and PIPS endodontic treatment. Head next door and ‘FlyOver Canada’ Use your PDC name badge for discounted tickets to the immersive flight experience. »Pages 6 & 8 »Page 14 »Page 18 Innovation everywhere By Robert Selleck, today Staff n With many attendees celebrating the meeting’s informal theme, there were lots of blue jeans to be seen here in Vancouver on Thursday — the first full day of events at the Pacific Dental Conference. Perhaps the only thing in greater supply than denim was the innovation. The early-in-the-year scheduling has long made the PDC a preferred venue for dental companies to reveal their latest products and services, and 2018 is no exception with numerous innovations on display in the Exhibit Hall. In the Dentsply Sirona booth, No. 429, you can learn more about the company’s TPH Spectra ST universal composite restorative, which is based 8see INNOVATION, page 3 5 At far left, Dr. xenneth Chow, certified specialist in oral and maxillofacial surgery, helps line up members of the Vancouver-based OMS Group for a photo as they enter the Exhibit Hall Thursday morning. OMS Group has offices in Vancouver, Burnaby and Richmond. (Photos/Robert Selleck, today Staff) More top speakers coming up today and Saturday PDC mobile app Want more info on today’s educational sessions? Scan this QR code to access the 2018 app, or search your app store for ‘Pacific Dental Conference.’ n The range and scope of educa- tional sessions and speakers contin- ues today and Saturday with a full agenda of presentations and hands-on courses. Looking at the mix of speak- ers, among your many choices are: • Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, PhD, FRCD(C), is a board certi- fied endodontist in Winnipeg, and since 1995, he has maintained a private practice limited to endodon- tics. Cunha has lectured extensively worldwide and is a part-time faculty member at the University of Mani- toba. He has published more than 60 papers in peer-reviewed journals 8see SPEAKERS, page 4
4 speakers Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 (Photos/Provided by PDC) SPEAKERS 7from page 1 and is a reviewer for the International Endodontic Journal and the Journal of Endodontics. From 8:30-11 a.m. today, Cunha will present “Twenty-First Century Endodontics: Incorporating Technology in Your Daily Practice.” From 1:30–4 p.m., he will present the identically titled hands-on compon- ent. • Tom Colquitt, DDS, has had a private practice in Shreveport, La., since 1970, where he has long had a focus on airway-centered dentistry. He has been an adjunct professor in the Sleep Fellowship Program at LSU- HSC medical school in Shreveport since 2007, where he annually covers the airway from a dental perspective for the departments of sleep, neurol- ogy and pediatrics. From 8:30–11 a.m. today, he will present “A Dentist’s Per- spective on a Lifetime of Dysfunctional Breathing ... Including Mine.” • David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FASDA, is a respected clinician and product researcher turned mentor who guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, pos- sess the ability to practice esthetic dentistry at the highest level. One of dentistry’s most recognized faces and a pioneer in live -patient, hands-on AD 5 Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, PhD, FRCD(C) 5 Tom Colquitt, DDS 5 David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FASDA 5 William Nudera, DDS, 5 Peter Jacobsen, DDS 5 David Clark, DDS clinical education, he is the founder/ director of LVI, Pac-live and the Horn- brook Group. Today from 8:30-11 a.m. and continuing from 1:30-4 p.m., he will present “Creativity with the New Ceramics.” • William Nudera, DDS, Diplo- mate American Board of Endodontics, earned his DDS from the University of Illinois in 1999. After serving in the U.S. Air Force, he completed his endodontic training in 2005. Nudera has a full-time private practice in Chicago and holds a faculty position in the department of endodontics at the University of Illinois at Chi- cago. He is the author of several endodontic publications. Today from 8:30-11 a.m., and again on Saturday from 12:30-3 p.m., he will present “Predictability Through Uniformity.” Today, from 1-4 p.m., he will present “How Big Should I Take This Canal?” On Saturday from 9-11:30 a.m., he will present “CBCT in Endodontics and Selective Root Retreatment: A Conservative Alternative.” • Peter Jacobsen, DDS, lectures extensively on dental pharmacol- ogy, dental management of medic- ally complex patients and lifestyle medicine. His information is practical and clinically relevant for dentists and hygienists. Jacobsen’s presen- tations are known for being enter- taining, lively and enjoyable. Today from 9-11:30 a.m. and repeating from 2-4:30 p.m., he will present “Drugs Bugs and Dental Products, What to Prescribe!” • David Clark, DDS, founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced lectures biomimetic Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for Clinician’s Report. He internationally and wrote the first guide to “enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnifica- tion.” He is a key opinion leader in endodontics, minimally invasive dentistry, endodon- tic shaping and restorative dent- istry. He developed the Bioclear Matrix System. Today from 8:30- 11 a.m., he will present “I Can See Your Crack From Here — The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth,” Also today, from 1:30-4 p.m., he will present “Better, Faster, Prettier Composite,” with its follow-up hands-on component being presented from 9-11:30 a.m. on Sat- urday. (Source: Paciﬁc Dental Conference)
6 scrapbook Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 Scenes from Thursday 5 Stop by the xuraray booth, No. 1820, to pick up a free tote from Michelle Nichols, left, or Lori-Ann Tenn. 5 In the Dental Fix Rx booth, No. 149, John Walters demonstrates his Compact Platform adaptive dental-chair device, which enables a patient to remain in a wheelchair that can be positioned in an ergonomically correct location for the practitioner. This is the first year for the product to be available in Canada. 5 Learn about the Planmeca CALM technology in booth No. 129 and how it compensates for patient movement during scanning without comprising clarity of the diagnostic image. 3 Marty O’Rourke, on right, of Designs for Vision, helps Dr. Hansel Liang of Surrey try out a pair of Nike Skylon Ace 2.5-magnification loupes, which use the Through- The-Lens magnification technology invented by the company. Founded in 1961, Designs for Vision commands about 50 percent of the North American market. 5 In the SciCan booth, No. 1029, Shauneen Ryan demonstrates one of the company’s BRAVO chamber autoclaves. Its closed-door drying and post-vacuum technology speeds up drying time compared with other chamber autoclaves. 5 Cliff Magneson can guide you through the features and benefits of the Fotona LightWalker dual-wavelength laser system in the National Dental Inc. booth, No. 1329. Photos by Robert Selleck, today Staff 5 From left, Corinna Prochner and Lisia Malcolm in the Dentsply Sirona booth, No. 443, encourage everybody to check out the model of the SphereTEC Filler Technology that’s behind the company’s new TPH Spectra ST universal Composite Restorative. The model is sculpted entirely of chocolate. 5 From left in the Shofu booth, No. 1203, Billy Ho, Sarah Bermel and Dan Christensen with just a few of the company’s many products.
scrapbook Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 8 4 In the Septodont booth, No. 1422, Deb Dickson, Suzanne Bourque and Manuela Robertson. 5 Brad Cox of Dental Fix Rx, the exclusive distributor in Canada of the Fluoresce HD handpiece by Lares Research, is ready to demonstrate the dual-wavelength feature in booth No. 149. The light on the handpiece shows caries, restorations and healthy dentin as different colors. 5 Vida Porra, a certified dental assistant from Richmond, tries to sink one in at the Sable Industries booth, No. 955, where it’s possible to putt your way into entry for a drawing for a year’s supply of BioPure for eVac maintenance or between-patient flush. 5 Steve xim has files for you in the DiaDent booth, No. 1522. 5 In the ClaroNav booth, No. 105, from left, Dr. Mark xwon demonstrates the dynamic surgical navigation system referred to as ‘Trace and Place’ as Darrell Cook of ClaroNav observes. The system was developed by ClaroNav. 5 Assisted by Mike Rogozinski, on the left, a group of dental assistants from the OMS Group of three offices in the Vancouver area consider which glove samples to select from the Ansell booth, No. 1725. 5 Stop by the xaVo booth, No. 911, to visit with Elena Shvartsberg or Greg Bedik to learn more about the Dexis FS Ergo intraoral X-Ray sensor, and see for yourself just how comfortable it will be for your patients. 5 Learn about the Myobrace and myofunctional orthodontics and the Myosa Myofunctional sleep appliance from June Williamson in the Myofunctional Research booth, No. 1854.
10 exhibitors Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 EyeSpecial adds features for faster and easier use Pre-programmed shooting modes enable digital camera users to navigate through tasks without extensive photographic skills or experience By Shofu Dental Staff n According to Shofu Dental, capturing high-quality clinical pho- tographs in a predictable and consist- ent manner has been the hallmark of EyeSpecial C-2, the first digital camera designed exclusively for den- tistry. A third-time recipient of the pres- tigious Cellerant’s Best in Class Tech- nology Award, the EyeSpecial C-2 cap- tures images for case documentation, diagnosis and treatment planning, patient communication and educa- tion, insurance verification, legal documentation and dental lab col- laboration. Proprietary to Shofu’s camera are dental-specific, pre-programmed shooting modes that enable clini- cians, assistants, hygienists and den- tal laboratory technicians to navi- gate through their photography tasks without the need of extensive photo- graphic knowledge or experience. For instance, in order to record orthodontic photographs with the EyeSpecial camera, an operator will just need to select the button corre- sponding to FACE MODE to capture extraoral images. In a similar method, an operator will choose STANDARD MODE to achieve anterior and buccal intraoral photographs, and MIRROR MODE to accomplish occlusal pictures. For every step of any photo series, the EyeSpecial will automatically set the appropriate f-stop, aperture and focal length to deliver an ideal photograph, leaving an operator with the selection of a pre-programmed mode. Incorporating intuitive, high-tech functions tailored specifically for dentistry, the EyeSpecial camera is 5 The new and improved EyeSpecial C-3 digital dental camera helps dental practices and laboratories increase patient acceptance and productivity. (Photos/Provided by Shofu Dental) designed to handle dental applica- tions without requiring any retro- fitted add-ons. Specifically, one of the more useful features of Sho- fu’s camera is the ISOLATE SHADE MODE, which instantly grays out the gingival tissue to improve visual per- spicacity for accurate shade analysis and communication with a dental laboratory technician. When combined with a draw/edit function, which allows for making notes directly on images, this attrib- ute may be of a value for an effective treatment evaluation or a discussion about the progress or challenges in a treatment modality. Equipped with a cropped-frame, high-resolution sensor and ultra- innovative FlashMatic module, a pro- prietary system of ring and dual-point flashes, Shofu’s camera demonstrates true-color reproduction and an excep- tional depth-of-field range, according to the company. Here at the PDC For a live camera demonstration and to learn how the new EyeSpecial C-3 can improve communication with your dental laboratory and patients, stop by the Shofu booth, No. 1203. The EyeSpecial also possesses anti-shake attributes that ensure clear images with each use. The panoramic LCD screen of the camera is larger than displays and view- finders of typical digital single-lens- reflex (DSLR) and point-and-shoot cameras, and it can be operated with a gloved hand. The screen employs gridlines that facilitate a proper image alignment, helping reduce the risk of photo- graphing patients at an incorrect angle. Engineered to provide function- ality, the ultralight (weighing ca. 1 lb) EyeSpecial camera complies with the most stringent infection con- trol protocols. The heavy-duty camera’s body is water-, chemical- and scratch- resistant, and it can be swiftly dis- infected with a sterilizing towelette, virtually eliminating the possibility of cross-contamination. The latest model of this smart camera, the EyeSpecial C-3 is packed with plenty of milestone upgrades, including a larger sensor, a faster processor, optimized software and a higher resolution LCD screen, all of which will help the entire dental team achieve their photography tasks in a more intuitive, faster and easier fashion, the company asserts. For a live camera demonstra- tion and to learn how the new EyeSpecial C-3 can improve commu- nication with your dental laboratory and patients, please visit Shofu’s booth, No. 1203.
12 exhibitors Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 Open and say ahhhhhh MICRO-TOUCH DENTA-GLOVE series designed just for dentistry By Ansell Staff n Ansell, a global leader in protection solutions and maker of the popular Microflex® and MICRO-TOUCH® examination gloves, has launched its MICRO-TOUCH DENTA- GLOVE series, a highly-diversified portfolio of dental examination gloves, which accord- ing to the company outperform the competi- tion. MICRO-TOUCH DENTA-GLOVE is the first series of examination gloves developed spe- cifically for the needs of dental professionals, according to Ansell. Here at the PDC To learn even more about the MICRO-TOUCH DENTA-GLOVE examination gloves and to get free samples, you can visit Ansell in booth No. 1725. You can also visit the company online at www.ansell.com/DentaGlove. most advanced film technologies to meet the unique and demanding needs of the dental profession, the company asserts. tested for bio- compatibility, and some feature inner coat- ings to promote hand health. The products are Speciﬁcally certiﬁed for oral examinations All products in the series are certified for use in oral examinations for patient safety and peace of mind and are designed with the For more details about MICRO-TOUCH DENTA-GLOVE examination gloves or to request a free sample, you can visit the com- pany at booth No. 1725 or go online to www. ansell.com/DentaGlove. 5 The MICRO-TOUCH DENTA-GLOVE series includes ‘Blue Nitrile’ (pictured), ‘Magenta Nitrile Allogel,’ ‘Green Neoprene’ and ‘Latex Hydracare.’ (Photo/Provided by Ansell) Six ﬁles, one system, reliable results By DiaDent Staff n Introducing DiaDent’s new heat- treated nickel titanium rotary file system — Dia-X Files. With its progressive taper design and cutting efficiency, the new Dia-X Rotary Files offer precision, flex- ibility, safety and reliable clinical results, according to DiaDent, the com- pany behind the product. It provides 143-plus percent the resistance to cyclic fatigue than Dia-PT Rotary Files. Dia-X Files feature the same exact geometries as Dia-PT Rotary Files; however, the heat-treated nickel tita- nium construction offers extreme flexibility and durability, according to the company. With Dia-X Rotary File’s convex triangular cross-section, it reduces rotational fiction and contact with the canal wall. The heat-treated surface is also coated, providing high corro- sion resistance. Dia-X Rotary File’s handle is only 11 mm in length, offer- ing improved accessibility to teeth. Its flat-noncutting file tip efficiently removes debris and soft tissue. Dia-X Rotary File is highly integrable as it is designed to work with your current technique and system. The Dia-X File system features just three shaping files and three finish- Here at the PDC To learn more about the Dia-X File sys- tem, stop by the booth, No. 1522. You can pick up a brochure and a sample while you are there. ing files (DX, D1, D2, D3, D4 and D5). The DX file has a length of 19 mm, providing excellent access in restric- tive and hard-to-reach areas, the company asserts. It has a much faster rate of taper than D1 and D2 files, so it can optimally shape canals in shorter roots and produce desirable shapes in the coronal section of longer canals. The shaping files have increas- ingly larger tapers over the length of the cutting blades so that each file can engage, cut and prepare a specific area of the canal. The D1 file is designed to expand the glide path and prepare the coronal third of the canal, whereas the D2 file can enlarge and prepare the middle third. They are designed to create glide path and remove debris efficiently, even in cal- cified or severed curved canals. D3, D4, and D5 are the finishing files and have yellow, red and blue identification rings. These finishing files have a decreasing rate of taper to improve flexibility and safety by 3 The Dia-X File system and an illustration, far left, of how the D1 file works with the shape of a tooth. (Photos/Provided by DiaDent) reducing the potential for dangerous taper lock. Usually only one finishing file is needed to prepare the apical third of a canal. All Dia-X Rotary Files have depth markings on the blade to save chair time. Use the perfect shape-matching DiaDent Dia-Pro T Gutta Percha and Paper Point to com- plete the obturation. A brochure and sample can be requested by contacting DiaDent by phone or email or stopping by the booth, No. 1522, here in Vancouver. DiaDent will also be exhibiting at the Hinman Dental Meeting (booth No. 1645) from March 22-24 and at the AAE meeting (booth No. 724) from April 26-28. For more product and company information, you can call (877) 342-3368.
14 exhibitors Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 Fotona LightWalker from National Dental Inc. Next-generation laser enables new procedures, reduces complications Restoring a ﬁxed-bridge abutment with advanced endo/perio bone destruction using TwinLight periodontal and PIPS endodontic treatment By Steven Abernathy, DDS Jonesboro, Ark. Fig. 1 n Periodontal tissue regeneration has been demonstrated to be pro- moted either when the Nd:YAG laser or Er:YAG laser is being used indi- vidually as an adjunct to mechanical therapy. The same or presumably even better result is expected when both laser therapies are performed in combination using the TwinLight® protocol. My clinical experience confirms this conclusion: Bone regeneration is observed as one of the positive outcomes of the LightWalker® laser TwinLight treatment. In this paper, I report on one of my more difficult cases, in which the peri- odontal TwinLight laser treatment was additionally combined in tandem with the endodontic PIPS® laser treat- ment, both exclusively available with the LightWalker dental laser. Radiographs taken before and three-years post-op demonstrate sig- nificant bone regeneration. My clini- cal experience confirms the conclu- sion of a recently published five-year retrospective study that concluded that bone regeneration is observed as one of the positive outcomes of the TwinLight treatment. Case A 72-year-old male in otherwise good health presented with an endo/perio lesion of the mandibular left second molar (Fig. 1). The tooth was the distal abutment of a four-unit fixed partial denture. The patient’s chief complaint was soreness to chewing pressure and a chronic dull ache on the left side of his jaw. He had recently seen his fam- ily dentist and an endodontist, both 5 Fig. 1: Above, radiograph of the tooth before the treatment. (Photos/Provided by Steven Abernathy, DDS) 5 Fig. 2: Below left, the radiograph from immediate post-op. 5 Fig. 3: Below right, the radiograph from the three-year recall exam clearly show bone regeneration. 5 Right, the LightWalker Er:YAG and Nd:YAG dental laser. (Photo/Provided by National Dental Inc.) Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Here at the PDC Try out the LightWalker Er:YAG and Nd:YAG dental laser in the National Dental Inc. booth, No.1329. of whom had advised him the tooth was hopeless. A single appointment of 1.5 hours included PIPS laser endo, TwinLight periodontal treatment and bridge repair. Conclusion It is the author’s contention that the success of this case can be attrib- uted largely to the gentle nature of the TwinLight and PIPS treatments available in tandem with the Fotona LightWalker laser. Traditional root-canal treatments and periodontal surgery both create a great deal of mechanical stress on the periodontium as endodontic instruments engage dentin within the canals, and scalers and ultrasonic instruments debride and root plane the diseased cementum. Laser energy does not create mechanical stress, and its bacteri- cidal nature as it works within the canals and on the perio defect is an additional benefit. The radiographs taken before and three-years post-op demonstrate significant bone regen- eration following the combined Twin- Light laser periodontal treatment.
16 exhibitors Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 Technology changing patient education n Technological advancements are perpetual catalysts for changes that continue to transform the way we operate on a daily basis. For progres- sive practitioners, the constant wave of new technology provides an auspi- cious opportunity to increase prosper- ity and experience substantial ben- efits in other areas. For decades, dental practitioners have been pigeonholed to tediously repetitious practices such as the monotonous treatment of caries and removal of plaque buildup. Despite this, the prevalence of malocclusion in modern children is approaching 100 percent, and this growing inci- dence is enabling dentists to widen their scope of practice with the pros- pect of providing biological-based orthodontic treatment for children. Additionally, the recognition of sleep-related breathing disorders in dental patients is increasing, with recent research finding a relationship between the prevalence of malocclu- sion and dysfunctional breathing.1 With this in mind, practitioners looking to diversify their pediatric treatment options in the increasingly competitive market that is modern Here at the PDC To learn more about the Myobrace Member and Certified Provider pro- grams, visit Myofunctional Research in booth No. 1854. dentistry should consider the benefits modern technology can offer. The implementation of eLearning tools in classrooms has produced a genera- tion of students that feels comfortable using screen-based technology for self-directed learning and apprecia- tive of the low-pressure environment it offers. Senior Myobrace Educator Jessica Maidman is an advocate for patient education through the use of digital learning tools, and she considers the patient’s first encounter with The Myobrace® System an important step- ping stone for ongoing education and compliance. “As an educator, I use our Myobrace apps to deliver information to my patient in a child-friendly manner. It helps them understand the causes of their developmental issues, as well as the need for early intervention and Solvent for root canal sealers reduces risks tied to use of power-driven instruments during mechanical desobturation Aids in removal of eugenol- and resin-based root canal sealers By Septodont Staff n Septodont recently announced the availability of its Endosolv solvent for root canal sealers. Endosolv aids in removal of zinc- oxide eugenol-based and phenolic resin-based root canal sealers. According to the company, the solvent reduces risks associated with the use of power-driven instruments during mechanical desobturation. Endosolv replaces Endosolv E and Endosolv R — one product for both eugenol- and resin-based root canal Here at the PDC Stop by the Septodont booth, No. 1422, here in the PDC Exhibit Hall for show- only offers, demos and more. For more information, you can also contact Sep- todont at www.septodont.ca or by call- ing (800) 647-0643. sealer removal. Endosolv comes packaged in a 13 ml bottle and has a 36-month shelf life. When ordering, you can refer to item No. 01E0400. The wholesale price is $27. The suggested retail price is $45. Septodont is based in Cambridge, Ontario and can be reached at (519) 623-4800, (800) 647-0643 or online at www.septodont.ca. 5 Senior Myobrace Educator Jessica Maidman: ‘Children respond much better to learning from new and interesting technologies.’ (Image/Myofunctional Research) “I have corrective treatment,” Maidman said. learned that children respond much better to learning from new and interesting technologies rather than an authoritative figure such as a dentist. The results are much more consistent because the informa- tion is being delivered the same way each and every time.” Myofunctional Research Co. (MRC) provides eLearning software in all major digital platforms, enabling sim- ple implementation for almost any practice. Taking advantage of these modern technologies enables any practice to transform into a tech- savvy environment that has an edge over competitors. MRC regularly hosts seminars that provide practitioners with hands-on experience in learning new myofunc- tional techniques for the treatment of malocclusion, dysfunctional breath- ing and TMJ disorders as well as the implementation of eLearning tools in almost any practice. Visit www.myoresearch.com to find a seminar near you or learn more about the Myobrace Member and Cer- tified Provider programs. Reference 1. American Journal of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics 2016; 150:937-44. (Source: Myofunctional Research) 5 (Photo/Provided by Septodont)
18 in vancouver Paciﬁc Dental Conference — March 9, 2018 FlyOver Canada Use your Paciﬁc Dental Conference name badge for discounted tickets n Billed as more than just a movie experience, the FlyOver Canada attraction is described by its creators as feeling more like a “ride” than a movie. Indeed, your “chair” ends up being suspended, leav- ing your feet to dangle, as you’re enveloped by the giant 20-metre spherical screen for an eight-minute journey flying at low altitude across Canada, all while encountering special effects of wind, mist and scents. Here at the PDC Through March 10, your Pacific Dental Conference name badge is worth 20 percent off at the FlyOver Canada attraction, next door at Canada Place. The 30-minute experience, which includes approximately eight-minute ride, starts every 15 to 20 minutes, and runs from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. You can get more details online at www. flyovercanada.com. the preflight safety video. Part 3 is the feature ride where you soar across Canada feeling the grandeur of the nation and the exhilaration of flight. The FlyOver Canada film was shot during the four sea- sons of 2012 in all corners of Canada, including Niagara Falls, Ontario’s Muskokas and iceberg alley off the coast of Newfoundland, to name just a few of the locations. The $16 million attraction, 2.5 years in the making, opened in the summer of 2013. The total experience lasts 30 minutes, comprising three 10-minute parts. Part 1 is the preshow “Uplift,” a fully immer- sive audio- visual installation designed to build anticipation prior to the main ride. Part 2 is the preboarding zone, with an entertaining AD British Columbia is well- represented, too, with scenes from Lake Magog in Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park; helisking near Bella Coola; Blue Mountain Winery and vineyards near Okanagan Falls; Canada Place in Vancouver; a seaplane in the lower mainland; and First Nations water travel in Tofino. (Source: FlyOver Canada) 5 The magical aurora borealis in Churchill, Manitoba, is among the many dramatic scenes in FlyOver Canada, a fully immersive flight simulation attraction at Canada Place (under the ‘white sails’ next door to the Vancouver Convention Centre). (Photos/Provided by FlyOver Canada)