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Interviews with the Experts: Key Topics in Dentistry Today
You will receive 1 unit(s) of continuing education credit upon successful completion of this course.

Description:
Through interview techniques, six experts discuss detail advances and issues facing dentistry.

Author:
American Dental Association, Continuing Education and the ADA Division of Global Affairs and the Australian Dental Association
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Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
  1. Identify side effects of radiation treatment for cancer on the oral tissues
  2. Recognize potential problems resulting from not controlling pain for the patients
  3. Understand the value of evidence-based dentistry for dental practice.
  4. Explain how a dentist can screen for cardiovascular disease.
  5. Describe suggestions for parents to reduce demineralization in children’s teeth.
  6. Discuss the options available for bleaching.


Abstract:
Six distinguished experts describe the impact of their subject matter on the current issues facing dentistry: Cancer- Dr. Susan Calderbank; Sedation- Dr. Stanley Malamed; Evidence Based Practice- Dr. Daniel Meyer; Chairside Health Testing- Dr. Michael Glick; Parenting- Dr. Kaneta Lott; and Bleaching- Dr. Van Haywood.

Outline:
  1. Dental implications for Patients Dealing with Cancer-Dr. Calderbank
  2. Sedation during Dental Treatment- Dr. Malamed
  3. Overview of Evidence Based Practice- Dr. Meyer
  4. Details on Chairside Health Testing- Dr. Glick
  5. Parenting and Dental Health - Dr. Lott
  6. Discusses on Bleaching- Dr. Van Haywood
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Published date 2011-2014






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