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09:00 AM - 05:00 PM 12/02/19 09:00 AM12/02/19 05:00 PMAmerica/New_YorkCDE: Penn Perspectives A Day of CDE at GNYDMJacob K. Javits Convention Center
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm | AM SESSION
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm | PM SESSION Registration Fee: $195.00 per session REGISTER NOW » CE Credits: 3.0 lecture credits per session
AM SESSION (COURSE 4290)
If Fluoride Is So Good MARK S. WOLFF, DDS, PhD Fluoride has been the primary prevention agent for tooth decay for nearly 60 years. Though we are saving teeth for more than 60 years ago, tooth decay is still a common problem in adults and aging adults. This program reviews the etiology of dental caries and expands upon the therapeutic methods to control the decay.
to understand the caries process
the therapies beyond fluoride available to manage caries
Oral Cancer and Potentially Malignant Oral Disease
THOMAS P. SOLLECITO, DMD, FDS RCSEd
This discussion reviews the epidemiology of oral and pharyngeal cancer and oral potentially malignant disease encountered in a dental practice. The program focuses on the latest, evidence-based guidelines regarding diagnosis and management strategies and introduces strategies for the future.
about oral cancer epidemiology and risk factors
to understand the diagnosis and management of potentially malignant conditions of the oral cavity
Evidence-Based TMJ Surgery
ERIC J. GRANQUIST, DMD, MD
Recent outcome studies and future directions from the Penn Center for Temporomandibular Joint Disease are discussed. This program reviews the evaluation and management of temporomandibular joint disorders, with an emphasis on surgical management. The history of TMJ surgery is fraught with poor outcomes and iatrogenic injury. Recent large clinical outcomes studies are presented, re-evaluating the role of surgery in the TMJ. This program also explores future directions in clinical research in this patient population.
recent advances in alloplastic joint reconstruction
future directions in patient-reported outcome studies
PM SESSION (COURSE 4490)
Complications and Healing of Endodontic Microsurgery
SAMUEL KRATCHMAN, DMD
When performing endodontic microsurgery we often encounter issues such as management of the mental nerve, maxillary sinus, palatal approach, and endo/perio lesions. This discussion focuses on solving these obstacles as well as when to graft or not to graft. 3D healing in this era of CBCT technology is also reviewed.
overcome several obstacles with endodontic microsurgery
incorporate grafting with endo/perio lesions during surgery
The Chairside Digital Workflow
JULIAN CONEJO, DDS, MSc
Intraoral scanners and dental materials are constantly changing and with the advancement of research, clinicians have more alternatives to choose from. This program describes the latest ceramic materials available for Chairside CAD/CAM technology, with different clinical workflows. From partial coverage restorations, single-unit implant and tooth-supported restorations to monolithic FDP’s their respective adhesive cementation concepts and clinical tips are presented.
to update clinicians in the latest material for chairside CAD/CAM restorations
the best bonding protocols for all types of ceramic restorations
Are Implants Forever? Managing Peri-Implantitis
HECTOR L. SARMIENTO, DMD, MSc
Over the years we have relied on dental implants for the long-term correction of edentulous areas. However, we continue to see trends of different diseases that affect the peri-implant hard and soft tissues. This program helps you identify different types of peri-implant lesions and how to manage them non-surgically, surgically and with long term maintenance. Dentists and hygienists are encouraged to attend this unique program.
identify and classify peri-implantitis
manage peri-implant diseases non-surgically vs surgically
The Robert Schattner Center, University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine 240 South 40th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6030