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*LIVE INTERACTIVE webinar: you will need an i-phone, i-pad, lap top, or desk top to view it. You do not need a microphone or webcam.
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Neurophysiology of facial and oral pain, TMD
The Neurophysiology of Facial and Oral Pain: Why you cannot find the toothache!
o (This is not about orofacial pain diseases but rather reviews the complexity of our Trigeminal System and day to day challenges when providing dental care.)
o Orofacial pain pathways
o What is the brain homunculus – why does it look like it does
o Aspects of referred oral/dental/facial pain – you do not want to make a wrong dental diagnosis or miss recognizing a patient with possible cancer
Overview of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD)
o Anatomy of masticatory muscles, the TMJ
o Muscular and Joint pathology and symptoms
o Current appropriate management – do oral splints really fix a TMD
o Differential diagnosis – headache, other
o Acute vs. chronic TMD
Chronic TMD – refer to an OFP/TMD specialist Now a recognized ADA specialty
Chronic TMD can create difficulties in dental management
Time: 9am to 3:30pm
Credits: 6 CEUs
Location: DSI: 7 Spielman Road Fairfield, NJ or You can Participate in this seminar from your location via live interactive webinar.
Instructor: Dr. Harold Cohen: is currently a Professor Emeritus at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine in Newark, NJ. He ran a private general dental practice in Old Bridge, NJ with an adjunctive focus on Orofacial Pain & Temporomandibular Disorders. In his past role at Rutgers Dental, he oversaw dental care of medically complex patients. He now has significant interests centering on immunology and genetics, which will be significant dental and medical Dx and TX considerations in the future. Dr. Harold Cohen has no financial relationships relevant to this presentation to disclose.
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