MINIMALLY INVASIVE CARIES MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR PEDIATRIC PATIENT
Audience: This course was created for doctors, Hygienists and dental assistants.
Minimally invasive management of dental caries for pediatric patients has been proven
effective in many clinical situations. Whether your patient presented with behavioral challenges,
financial barriers to traditional dental treatment or difficulties with access to care of regular
treatment, minimally invasive techniques have been useful tools for these patients. Now focus has turned to these treatment modalities as they can be accomplished, quickly and effectively and often without use of any handpiece at all. In this webinar you will learn effective treatment to slow caries progression, arrest caries, and place interim restorative treatment. You will learn about silver diamine fluoride / potassium iodide, and glass ionomer restorative materials, and how to use these tools to help manage your pediatric patient population.
• Understand the implications of traditional caries management and the barriers that can present using these techniques
• Recognize the mechanism and rationale for caries arrest medicaments silver fluoride and potassium iodide
• Understand how glass ionomers play an important role
This course is sponsored by:
- Course Details: 1 Live Lecture CE Credit - Subject Code 430 - No Prerequisites
Dr. Carla Cohn
Dr. Cohn is a general dentist, devoted solely to the practice of dentistry for children. She maintains a private practice at Kids Dental in Winnipeg, Canada. She is proud to be a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Speakers Bureau, Catapult Education Speakers Bureau, Pierre Fauchard Academy, and a cofounder of Women’s Dental Network. Dr. Cohn has been named as Dentistry Today’s Leader in Continuing Education multiple years in a row. She has published several articles, and webinars and enjoys lecturing on all aspects of children’s dentistry for the general practitioner both nationally and internationally.