Success with Older and Medically Complex Patients Lecture

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Success with Older and Medically Complex Patients Lecture

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Tuition:

AGD Dentist Lecture Only: $395
 Non-AGD Dentist Lecture Only: $495
 Staff $149

10% Discount when you register before October 11, 2019. Use code “EBD13” at check out.

Instructor:

Dr. Randy Huffines

Date and Location:

Saturday January 11, 2020

OAGDF Center

13333 SW 68th Parkway, #1, Tigard OR 97223

CE Credit:

8 Lecture Credit Hours

Course Overview:

In this entertaining and informative presentation, Dr. Huffines will share solutions to common everyday problems that arise when treating older and medically complex adults. According to ADA, 30% of the income in the typical general practice comes from treating seniors. This patient base is expected to double to over 79 million in the next few years. The entire dental team must be trained to meet the unique needs of seniors as cases can be more challenging due to the complex array of medical and dental conditions that are common in older generations. Considerations include medication use for a variety of problems such as xerostomia, visual and/or hearing impairments and medical conditions such as stroke, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and Alzheimer's. Caries is the primary cause of tooth loss as we age and millions of seniors are partially or totally edentulous, so there is a tremendous need for esthetic and functional conventional and implant supported prostheses.

Course Objectives:

·       Understand the implications of biologic aging on restorative and preventive dentistry

·       Discover the latest recommendations for bisphosphonates and antibiotic premedication and complex medication regimens

·       Evaluate current anti-caries chemotherapeutics including ACP, CCP-ACP, and CCP-ACFP

·       Understand the impact of residual ridge resorption on removable prosthetic design

About the Clinician:

Instructor Bio: Dr. Huffines is one of only a handful of practicing clinicians in the United States who has completed a two-year postdoctoral Fellowship in Geriatric Dentistry. For the past 33 years he has primarily treated older and medically complex adults in a traditional private practice, in hospitals, and in nursing homes. He is a Past President and a Fellow of the American Society for Geriatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Association of Hospital Dentists, Diplomate of the American Board Special Care Dentistry, and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Scotland with a membership in Special Needs Dentistry..

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