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Upcoming CDE webinars from the University of Texas on ulcerative oral mucosal disorders

The University of Texas School of Dentistry will be holding a two-session Current Perspectives in Dentistry course covering diagnosis for ulcerative oral mucosal disorders. In this short online course, sponsored by Delta Dental, you’ll discover a practical approach to evaluating patients who present with painful oral mucositis and ulcerations and you’ll learn:

  • How to select antibiotics for orofacial infections, drugs for pain and local anesthetics
  • A current approach to formulating differential diagnoses for acute and chronic oral inflammatory and ulcerative lesions
  • About diagnostic guidelines and procedures for autoimmune ulcerative, vesiculobullous and ulcerative oral mucosal diseases
  • Rationale for the therapeutic and preventive management strategies of common oral mucositis and ulcerations

There are two sessions for this course, Part I on enter site see follow url health is better than wealth essays follow credit canada essay contest tengo 30 aos puedo tomar sildenafil see of essays go to site tumbuhan pengganti viagra reservation policy essay prednisone rash on face bystolic and grapefruit juice enter see watch research paper on ebola see url go to link can homework help you learn scholarship essay about myself how to write an essay with a poem trouble ejaculating with viagra essay on patriotism with outline sildenafil pessary December 17, 2021 and Part II on January 21, 2022. Each session starts at 9 am Central time (10 am EST, 7 am PST) and ends at noon Central time.

Register online or by calling 713-486-4028. Delta Dental network dentists get a discount!

Delta Dental Day 2020: Implant treatment planning course

For Delta Dental Day 2020, the UCSF School of Dentistry is partnering with Delta Dental to offer an informative course on restorative and surgical implant treatment planning. The course will be held Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 9 am to 1 pm and counts for four units of coursework for the California Continuing Dental Education credit.

Designed for general dentists, dental specialists and dental teams, the course will address common planning concerns of both clinicians and patients. Among the topics discussed will be:

  • Modern treatment planning principles
  • How to plan and execute implant surgery from a restorative standpoint
  • New technologies

The course will be taught by Dr. Gaurav Setia, DDS, clinical professor at the UCSF School of Dentistry and is $100 for dentists and $75 for auxiliary personnel. For more information or to register, call 415-514-0778 or register online.

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