Florida Dental Convention
Diagnosis and Treatment of Oral Trauma
Course code: C63
Start time: Saturday, June 29, 2019, 2:00 PM
End time: Saturday, June 29, 2019, 5:00 PM
Room: SUN D
Recommended Participants: Dentists, Assistants, Hygienists, Dental Student
CE Hours: 3.00
Track: PEDIATRIC

Speaker: Dr. Jane Soxman, DDS, Soxman & Ponzzatto, LLC

About the speaker: Dental degree, Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry; seminar instructor, general practice residencies, Alleghany General Hospital and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center; speaker/scholar and pediatric advisor, xpAPce; private practice, Allison Park, PA.

I nor any members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with any commercial entities that may be relevant during this presentation.

Disclosure: Neither I nor members of my immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to this presentation.

REGISTRATION CATEGORY 

 EARLY 4/5 

 REGULAR 

 ONSITE 6/15 

DENTIST - FDA/ADA MEMBER

$65

$75

$85

NON-MEMBER DENTIST

$70

$80

$90

TEAM MEMBER

$45

$55

$65

DENTAL STUDENT

$0

$0

$0


Description:
A routinely followed format for the post-trauma examination provides a more organized approach along with the assurance of a thorough evaluation. Other injuries to the head or oral cavity may be missed if the dentist or their team is concentrating only on the most obvious injury or chief complaint. This lecture will instruct attendees in the examination, diagnosis and the treatment of oral trauma in the pediatric patient. Timing and inclusions for follow-up examination, radiographic techniques and antibiotic recommendations will be included. Many accidents lead to legal intervention, and findings that appear to be irrelevant or minor ultimately may be significant. The thoroughness and organization of dental records not only will ensure excellence in treatment, but also may be significant for medico-legal support.

Learning objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  • obtain information and documentation for accurate and complete dental records.
  • perform emergency treatment with an organized approach for assurance of timely and appropriate intervention and follow-up.
  • understand the need for collaboration with other specialists along with determining the provider who will assume primary responsibility for treatment continuity and follow-up.
  • learn current guidelines and review the dental literature.







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