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Saturday, November 16, 2013

OAPD Course: Pediatric Sedation and Dental Emergencies (All Day Event)
Event's details
November 16, 2013
All Day Event
This course will review the current practice of pediatric minimal and moderate sedation beginning with a basis in physiology and pharmacology and progressing through monitoring, drug selection and office protocols. Despite best practice, sedation and medical emergencies can and will happen. This course is structured to meet the requirements of many states for recertification for sedation.
 

This course will review the current practice of pediatric minimal and moderate sedation beginning with a basis in physiology and pharmacology and progressing through monitoring, drug selection and office protocols. Despite best practice, sedation and medical emergencies can and will happen. This course is structured to meet the requirements of many states for recertification for sedation.
Beyond the Guidelines: Factors Affecting Behavior Guidance (All Day Event)
Event's details
November 15, 2013-November 16, 2013
All Day Event
This course focuses on the evolution of society and how chairside management of behavior is critical to the doctor-family relationship. Research has shown that significant changes in child development, family function and societal trends and the impact it has on chairside management. Research has also shown that children who experience the most tooth decay react differently to traditional chairside techniques and behaviors, requiring dentists to handle those patients with greater care.
 

This course focuses on the evolution of society and how chairside management of behavior is critical to the doctor-family relationship. Research has shown that significant changes in child development, family function and societal trends and the impact it has on chairside management. Research has also shown that children who experience the most tooth decay react differently to traditional chairside techniques and behaviors, requiring dentists to handle those patients with greater care.