This program can be attended as either a :
*LIVE INTERACTIVE webinar or Attend at the School:
Requirements to attend a live webinar:
- You will need a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer to view it. If using a smartphone or tablet, it is best to have the app for the program on your device (i.e. Zoom, GoToWebinar).
- To verify your continued attendance during the class, you will need a microphone, webcam or the ability to type into the program’s live chat.
- Instructors or school personnel will take attendance periodically throughout the class.
- Instructors may call on participants.
- To verify attendance, a code word may be given sometime during the class.
- You will be required to complete and return an evaluation after the course has ended. The evaluation may ask what code word was given.
- You may not receive your Certificate of Completion if we cannot verify your attendance.
Webinar invitations are emailed to registered students as the course date nears (approximately one day prior to the class).
Certificates of Completion are emailed to students approximately 5 business days after the course.
*Attend at our School: we follow all the CDC/State Guidelines for Vocational Schools
According to Dental Products Report, recent studies have shown that;
Periodontal disease prevalence is at EPIDEMIC proportions
Survey of GP offices find that a small percentage of the procedures performed are related to Periodontics.
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Periodontics in the General Practice: The Business of Periodontics
This course will discuss the practice of periodontal treatment within a General Dentist office.
- The “Effective Periodontal Exam”, explaining periodontal disease to your patients, systemic disease and link to Periodontal disease.
- When to play and when to refer, establishing the relationship with the Periodontist.
- Effectively treating emergencies as well as performing initial therapy in the GP house.
- How to submit the proper insurance claim. What are the limitations for procedures in a GP practice?
The Diagnosis is the CRITICAL aspect of the Dentist-Patient relationship.
Unfortunately, the only sensation in the mouth is PAIN. Sometimes the answer is obvious but sometimes what looks like the obvious answer is not causing the immediate pain. Similar to pain that is occlusally related, the answer is sometimes dentinal hypersensitivity. Even starting with the basics of medical history and dental history, this part of the program will help the dentist and hygienist arrive at a reasonable diagnosis. The theories of dentinal hypersensitivity and the various in office and home treatments will be reviewed.
- The diagnosis of orofacial pain: When is it related to the occlusion or dentinal hypersensitivity.
- When, How & Where to adjust the occlusion.
- Occlusion and TMJ
- How important IS occlusion
- Techniques for occlusal adjustment
- Diagnosis of Occlusal Disorders
- Theories of Hypersensitivity
- Etiology of Dentinal Hypersensitivity
- Occlusion and Periodontal Disease
- Treatment of Dentinal Hypersensitivity
Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Time: 9:00am to 3:30pm
Credits: 6 CEU’s [AGD Code: #161 & #183]
Location: DSI in Fairfield, NJ
Instructor: Dr. Marc Goldman
Chairman of the Department of Periodontics in the Department of Dentistry at Newark Beth Israel Hospital.