CEU-Registration

Sunday March 21, 2021

DPPS Dental Convention
6.5 Continuing Education Hours


LOCATION

Remote Seminar - Virtual and Live (Will count as in person CEUs)

SEMINAR INFORMATION / registration 

AGENDA:

8AM - 8:15 AM ~ DPPS Introductions by Kathy Karwoski


8:30AM - 11:30AM ~ Carol Jahn presenting:

The Dental Hygienists’ Role In Risk-Based Periodontal Therapy


11:30AM - 11:45AM ~ Sponsor 


12PM - 2:00PM ~ Katie Leiva presenting:

Vaping: The Epidemic Affecting Oral Health


2:00PM -2:15PM ~ CEU Information/Wrap Up by Kathy Karwoski 



AM COURSE:  The Dental Hygienists’ Role in Risk-Based Periodontal Therapy


SpeakerCarol Jahn, RDH, MS


Description:

Working with periodontal patients to achieve optimal outcomes can be one of our biggest clinical challenges. Advances in research indicate that the successful prevention and treatment of periodontal disease hinges on assessing and managing the factors that increase the patients risk for periodontal disease and it’s progression. This course will review the factors that increase the risk for periodontal disease and help you create talking points for greater treatment acceptanceCourse Description: Working with periodontal patients to achieve optimal outcomes can be one of our biggest clinical challenges. Advances in research indicate that the successful prevention and treatment of periodontal disease hinges on assessing and managing the factors that increase the patients risk for periodontal disease and it’s progression. This course will review the factors that increase the risk for periodontal disease and help you create talking points for greater treatment acceptance


Topics covered

• New AAP classification system of grading and staging• Risk assessment; smoking, diabetes, biofilm• Gingival inflammation and bleeding• Oral/systemic health consideration• Periodontal debridement/SRP/Maintenance• Peri-implantitis/mucositis• Self-care strategies• Communication and behavior changeTopics covered:• New AAP classification system of grading and staging• Risk assessment; smoking, diabetes, biofilm• Gingival inflammation and bleeding• Oral/systemic health consideration• Periodontal debridement/SRP/Maintenance• Peri-implantitis/mucositis• Self-care strategies• Communication and behavior change


Course objectives:

• Understand the role of staging and grading in assessing periodontal therapy• Discover the power of skilled inquiry in medical interviewing• Utilize the medical history to personalize care• List the key risk factors for the risk, severity and progression of periodontitis and peri-implant diseases• Discuss the current state of the oral/systemic link• Evaluate the research periodontal debridement/SRP/periodontal maintenance• Discuss the role of evidence-based clinical standards in patient care• Develop key messages and strategies for motivating patients• Recommend appropriate self-care products


PM COURSE: Vaping: The Epidemic Affecting Oral Health


SpeakerKatie Leiva BS, RDH (website)


Description

For clinicians and dental staff to gain confidence and increase knowledge of the vaping crisis in our country and how it directly impacts oral health. Discuss in-depth the oral disease manifestations related to vaping. Explore the irreversible damage and consequences vaping e-cigarettes and Juul devices have on our patient’s oral and systemic health.For clinicians and dental staff to gain confidence and increase knowledge of the vaping crisis in our country and how it directly impacts oral health. Discuss in-depth the oral disease manifestations related to vaping. Explore the irreversible damage and consequences vaping e-cigarettes and Juul devices have on our patient’s oral and systemic health.


Course Objectives:

Explore oral related diseases resulting from vaping and how it's linked to systemic diseases. Irreversible tissue damage directly linked to vaping and secondhand vapor exposure. Looking at the basic science of Vaping END, e-cigarettes, and Juuling. Their differences and how they impact the mouth and upper respiratory system. Evaluate clinically the oral related symptoms directly linked to vaping. To understand regulated and black-market product's impact on oral health. Reviewing regulations and laws related to vaping paraphernalia and how it's helping and hurting our society. Uncovering the fallacies related to the health benefits of vaping over smoking tobacco products. Exploring the culture in the US and trends for underage vaping exposure. Look at vaping related injuries related to CBD and THC. The impact COVID has had on health risks for Vape users. Practical application for vaping cessation support programs and lifestyle tips.

  • SEMINAR RESTRICTIONS

  • Participants are responsible for printing power points prior to seminar 

  • Participants are responsible for contacting DPPS if they do nor receive an e-mail prior to seminar date.

  • No individuals under the age of 18 allowed (no infants)

  • Must be registered for seminar to attend

  • No Refunds after 3/1/2021

  • Late Registration Fee: $20.00 after 3/1/21

  • Refunds prior to 3/1/21 will exclude a $20.00 processing fee

  • No class transfers

  • $3.00 Fee added for Seminar Credit Card Charges

  • Prices, Availability and Topics are Subject to Change Without Notice

REGISTRATION PAYMENT OPTIONS

6.5 ceu FOR 3/21/2021


REGISTER HERE 


DPPS SEMINARS

P.O. Box 213
Oak Forest, IL 60452
708-535-9545 office
800-420-9363 fax
www.dental-placement.com

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