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Dr. Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know
Speaker: Dr. Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA
“Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know” is a four-part continuing education series that covers the most common emergency medications found in most proprietary dental emergency medication kits. Every dentist should periodically review the uses of emergency medications and be familiar with these medications themselves, then share this information with his or her staff.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 04/01/2017
Ms. Linda Douglas, RDH Caring for Patients with Eating Disorders..... Filmed Live at Townie Meeting
Speaker: Ms. Linda Douglas, RDH
Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses, and dental professionals are in an ideal position to help improve outcomes for such patients. This course provides an overview of eating disorders and their oral and systemic warning signs, plus insight into the psychological, systemic and oral-health aspects of eating disorders.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 09/14/2016
Deborah Levin-Goldstein Oral Diseases Associated with Men
Speaker: Deborah Levin-Goldstein
This course is the second in a series of oral pathology presentations emphasizing common diseases prevalent among patients throughout the life span.

Three oral conditions—dentigerous cysts, nasopalatine canal cysts and odontogenic keratocysts—are more common in men. The etiologies, clinical manifestations, symptoms and treatment options for these conditions will be discussed.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 08/01/2016
Lauren Levi, DMD Oral and Dental Sequelae of Cancer Therapy
Speaker: Lauren Levi, DMD
How should dentists treat patients undergoing cancer therapy? The course will discuss dental oncologic issues including the pathophysiology and management of osteoradionecrosis of the jaw. It will also review the oral side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment to the head and neck and the ideal time to treat patients while they are undergoing cancer therapy.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 02/17/2016
Speaker: Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH
This course is the first in a series of oral pathology presentations emphasizing common diseases prevalent among women, men, and children. For this course, the focus will be on three oral diseases—Sjögren’s syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and burning mouth syndrome (BMS)—that are more common in women and associated with unpleasant taste and pain in the tongue. The etiologies, clinical manifestations, symptoms and treatment options for these diseases will be emphasized.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 02/01/2016
Bruno C. Jham, DDS, MS, PhD Slow-Growing Nodule of the Hard Palate
Speaker: Bruno C. Jham, DDS, MS, PhD
The palate is a frequent site for oral lesions of different origins. The aim of this article is to present a case of a 62-year-old woman who was seen with a mass of the hard palate, and to discuss the differential diagnosis, diagnosis and management of the case.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 06/01/2015
Dr. James Mah  Systematic Review of CBCT Images for Pathology
Speaker: Dr. James Mah
This course is for clinicians utilizing cone-beam CT (CBCT) in their practices. The course provides a systematic and comprehensive approach to interpreting the entire data volume. Numerous clinical examples are shown to illustrate common findings, variations of normal and pathologies.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 01/28/2015
Fayette Williams, DDS, MD, FACS  Bisphosphonates:  Extractions, Implants, and Beyond
Speaker: Fayette Williams, DDS, MD, FACS
Over 4 million women in the Unites States are taking bisphosphonates and require dental treatment. Although dentists encounter these patients commonly, many are unsure of when treatment modifications are necessary to minimize morbidity. Newer anti-resorptive medications have entered the market and caused further confusion for dentists.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 08/20/2014
Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA Three Basic Emergency Medications You Should Know How to Use
Speaker: Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA
This article covers a few of the most common emergency medications found in many proprietary dental emergency medication kits. Every dentist should periodically review the uses and be familiar with these medications and share this information with their staff.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 08/01/2014
Fayette Williams, DDS, MD Oral Cancer in the Dental Office
Speaker: Fayette Williams, DDS, MD
Both dentists and hygienists play a critical role in the detection of oral cancer. This course reviews the demographics and risk factors relevant to oral cancer. Common diagnostic tools are discussed with attention to scenarios when these tools might be appropriate. The course also provides an overview of cancer staging.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: Free
 Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 07/01/2014
Linda Douglas, RDH Fascinating Facts About Saliva, Seven Strategies for Xerostomia Management and the Future of Saliva Testing...Recorded Live at Townie Meeting!
Speaker: Linda Douglas, RDH
This course covers current research on physiology of the salivary glands and lesser-known functions of saliva; etiology, signs and symptoms of salivary gland hypofunction; diagnostic techniques for salivary gland hypofunction and related pathologies; discussion of current research on saliva testing for oral and systemic disease; and innovative therapies for xerostomia management.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 2
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 08/15/2013
This course is part of Townie Meeting 2013 Lecture Series
Fayette Williams, DDS, MD Oral Cancer:  Screening, Diagnosis, and Dental Management
Speaker: Fayette Williams, DDS, MD
This course is designed to educate the dental practitioner on the various etiological factors of oral cancer, the possible role of commercially available adjunctive aids in detection, and the dental management of common oral side effects of oral cancer treatment.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 10/15/2012
Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH, MS Non-Cancerous Oral Diseases That Every Dental Professional Should Know
Speaker: Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH, MS
This course is intended to provide dentists and dental hygienists with an understanding of common oral diseases that are non-cancerous in origin. The etiology, clinical manifestations, histologic appearance and radiographic appearance of a variety of diseases/conditions will be discussed. Treatment options will also be discussed for each disease/condition.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 08/07/2012
Linda M. Douglas, RDH Xerostomia - an Overview of Current and Evolving Therapies
Speaker: Linda M. Douglas, RDH
In this course, we will review the physiology of the salivary glands and functions of saliva. We will also review etiology, diagnostic techniques and management of Salivary Gland Hypofunction and xerostomia.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 11/20/2009
Patricia A Frese, RDH, Med Meth Mouth
Speaker: Patricia A Frese, RDH, Med
Methamphetamine (meth) has a profound effect on the user’s entire body including the oral cavity. This course explores the history, physical and psychological effects, implications for dental team members, and other topics related to the meth phenomenon.
Oral Medicine and Pathology
 Cost to View: $36
 Cost for Credit: Included
CE Credits: 1.5
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 04/04/2008

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