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EVENTS

Treatment of Dental Emergencies in a Military Combat Environment to providing Comprehensive Care in Private Practice

Date(s)
Sep. 17, 2019 at 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Speaker: Dr. Abby Raymond DDS

Subject: 310 - Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (0.5), 690 Implants (1)

Credits: 1.5

Fee: $75 Members, $75 Members staff, $37.50 Student members, $125 Non-members

Date: Tuesday September 17, 2019 7:30 CST – 9:00 PM

Registration for this session closes at 5:00 pm CT on the day of the event.

Course Description:

The session will focus on the diagnosis and management of dental trauma in an austere, combat areas and providing comprehensive dental care in the private sector. In this informative session, Dr. Raymond will share his knowledge and experiences of cases treated in a military deployed environment. Although implant dentistry is considered a predictable treatment, guaranteeing optimal anterior implant esthetics can be challenging. Learn how to treatment plan implants in the esthetic zone with single crowns or a fixed dental prosthesis.

Learning Objectives:

  • Preparing to transition as a military dentist to private practice.
  • Applying basic principles to treat dental emergencies in a combat environment.
  • Utilizing tools to ensure success as a dentist assigned to an operational unit.
  • Treatment planning dental implants and restorations in an edentulous area.