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Event : CDS15


Session : CDS1921
F138 Your Image, Brand, Success: What Does It Take to Make a Positive Impression
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Janice Hurley, San Diego, CA, Consultant
  • There is no denying that things have changed in dentistry and you have to keep up. The lecture will review what it takes to put your best foot forward and make the first and impression of your practice the best impression. The science of body language, verbal skills and the power of visual impact will be discussed. You will look at your social media footprint and your brand through your patient's eyes.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand the importance of uncovering and meeting your patient's expectations; Use of positive visual images to encourage new patients through photography and video


Session : CDS1922
F137 Role of Endodontics in Saving Compromised Teeth: Resorption, Cracked Teeth & Apical Surgery
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Timothy Rogers, DDS; Martin Rogers,DDS; Matthew Davis, DDS
  • Endodontic procedures have predictably provided a way for restoring compromised teeth to a healthy and functional state. New evidence indicates that avoiding or even delaying extraction in many cases may be far more advantageous to patients in the long-term. There are multiple variables to consider in treatment planning compromised teeth; particularly challenging are cases involving resorption, cracks or fractures, and persistent or recurrent endodontic disease.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Providing evidence-based treatment options to your patients; Understanding correct diagnosis, treatment options, prognosis of challenging clinical situations
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Session : CDS1923
F144 Ouch that Hurts: Assessing & Treating Children's Dental Emergencies
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • David Rothman DDS, San Francisco, CA, Private Practice
  • Do you worry when you hear that Sally has hit her head and injured her mouth? Have you gone into the office for an emergency call only to find the emergency was an exfoliating tooth? Does your front staff respond to real dental emergencies by screening fully and communicating with the back? Do you realize that technology can help? This lecture reviews the most common dental emergencies in children and their treatment including rapid neurological assessment, treatment and follow-up protocols from the initial phone call screening through scheduling and treatment helping your office seamlessly include emergencies in the daily routine.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Develop a protocol for screening and triaging emergencies; Identify and treat soft and hard tissue injuries


Session : CDS1924
C142 Communications, Coding & Collections: The 3 C's to a Profitable Practice
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Laci Phillips, Aztec, NM, Consultant
  • Having a profitable practice requires a team effort. From the first phone call when the first question a patient asks is "How much will my insurance pay?" our daily lives begin to revolve around insurance. Your entire team will learn how to step out of this mindset and step into customer service, quality health care and ultimately a profitable practice. Discover how excellent communication, proper coding by the team and excellent collections can impact your practice's efficiency and financial health. After this course, you will be able to: Learn new communication technique's to ensure patients are educated and compliant; Differentiate between a Patient Focused Office and an insurance driven practice


Session : CDS1925
C147 Introduction to Treating Sleep Apnea In Your Practice
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Mark Murphy DDS, Rochester Hills, MI, Consultant
  • This course will allow the general practitioner to survey the current landscape of medical and dental treatments for sleep apnea and decide how and if you want to evolve into this life saving arena. The overview will cover marketing, physician communication, basic treatment philosophies, appliance choices, medical billing and the financial and emotional impact on your practice and team. This course is an overview to help you determine whether or not you want to treat these patients. It is not a substitute for full training in sleep dentistry. Other more involved courses will be discussed and compared.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand basic sleep physiology screening and treatment; Develop a matrix for oral appliance therapy


Session : CDS1926
F152 Radiology in the Child and Adolescent from Radiation Safety to Common Lesions
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Juan F Yepes DDS, Fishers, IN, Private Practice
  • This lecture will provide to the attendee with the most up-to-date information regarding the fascinating field of oral radiology in children and adolescents. The Lecture will use case-presentation as the learning and discussion format and will cover the entire spectrum of radiology in the young population. Interesting topics included in the lecture are: radiation safety, indications for CBCT in children and common radiographic lesions.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Describe the most common radiographic lesions in the young patients; Understand the importance of radiation safety when exposing children and adolescent


Session : CDS1927
F154 Diagnosis & Treatment of Recurrent Oral Ulcers: What You Forgot You Knew When You Took Boards
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Denis Lynch DDS, Milwaukee, WI
  • Because recurrent oral ulcerations often have overlapping clinical signs and symptoms, many of these disorders may be confused with each other and, as a result, treated inappropriately. This presentation will cover: major clinical signs and symptoms: diagnostic criteria: tests needed to achieve an accurate diagnosis; and accepted therapeutic modalities used in patient care. Emphasis will be placed on those disorders that the practicing dentist and dental hygienist can expect to encounter in an average patient population.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Recognize the most common recurrent oral ulcers; Treat the most common recurrent oral ulcers


Session : CDS1928
F155 Diagnosis of Oral Mucosal Lesions Made Easy
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Ngozi Nwizu,BDS,PhD, Houston, TX
  • Have you ever been concerned about a missed, wrong or delayed diagnosis of an oral mucosal lesion? How can you tell if the lesion is an indication of an underlying systemic disease? Eyes tend to see what is already known to the mind. In this lecture, learn anew how to correctly distinguish between varying oral presentations of white or colored patches, ulcers, bumps and lumps encountered in clinical practice. The appropriate steps necessary in reaching a definitive diagnosis in each clinical scenario will be presented.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Identify and distinguish between common/important white and pigmented oral lesions; Identify and distinguish between common/important ulcerative oral lesions and soft tissue growths


Session : CDS1929
C149 Now What? Creating a Plan for a Complex Patient
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Clark Stanford DDS, Chicago, IL
  • Patients often present with congenital, disease, trauma or acquired tooth loss and the clinical team needs to diagnose, educate and provide care plans addressing a range of issues. The diagnostic phase is critical and often involves an orthodontic interdisciplinary team. This leads to progressive care plans engaging removable, fixed and implant prosthodontics. This presentation will review the critical points of assessment, the process of informed consent and then provide clinical examples of care plans for the transitional adult in your practice.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Discuss treatment options for tooth replacement including advantages and challenges; Discuss outcomes of care when electing to perform tooth replacement in this population


Session : CDS1930
C150 Red, White & Blue - What Does it Mean to You? Practical Oral Pathology for the Dental Team
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Amber Riley RDH, San Diego, CA
  • Oral lesions are a common finding in dental practice. During this course, attendees will receive a refresher program on the topic of oral pathology and will be brought up to date on relevant discussions of widespread oral pathologies including their origins, treatments and outcomes. Attendees can learn valuable insights and techniques that can be immediately introduced into their clinical practice to improve patient care.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Recognize and differentiate red, white and pigmented oral lesions and the scientifically supported protocol for evaluation and treatment; Learn and implement a succinct yet thorough extra-oral and intra-oral examination process into routine dental practice



     


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