Half your patients will have cancer. How does this impact their dental care?
6 CORE Category 1 PENDING
Sept 16th, 2022
Course Time

Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Registration 8:00AM

Course Tuition

Prior to Sept 2nd, 2022

  • Dentist/Team Member attending w/out Dentist¬† $625
  • Team Member attending w/ Dentist. $295¬†¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬†

After Sept 2nd, 2022

  • Dentist/Team Member attending w/out Dentist¬† $695
  • Team Member attending w/ Dentist. $325¬†
Course Location
Royal Canadian Military Institute, Otter Room, 426 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 1S9
Dr. Patricia Brooks, Dr. Erin Watson, Dr. Gaurav Krishnamoorthy & Dr. Michael Glogauer
Course Synopsis

IN-PERSON - LIMITED ATTENDANCE
SAFE RETURN MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE


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 Core LogoThis course is PENDING qualification as a Category 1 Core Course as designated by the RCDSO.   CDE Credits: 6 (Lecture)

 

Cancer Patients and Dentistry (Glogauer ‚Äď 0.5 hours)

  • Role of Dental Oncology and Maxillofacial Prosthetics in Ontario

Cancer Types and What to Know/Ask (Brooks ‚Äď 2.5 hours)

Abnormal versus Normal (Krishnamoorthy ‚Äď 1 hour)

  • Clinical and radiographic findings in your patient related to their cancer¬†

How to Read Bloodwork /¬†Thrombocytopenic Dentistry (Watson ‚Äď 0.5 hour)

Restorative Strategies in Xerostomic Patients and Products (Watson ‚Äď 1.0 hours)

Case-based Scenarios (Watson ‚Äď 0.5 hours)

 

Learning Objectives:

  • To educate dentists so they can be comfortable treating patients who have a history of cancer or are currently being treated for cancer
  • Gain an understanding of the role of the community dentist and the role of hospital-based dentists for these patients
  • Identify what questions/information to gain from patients about each major cancer type and how to modify their practice for these patients
  • How to identify clinical and radiographic changes associated with cancer progression and previous oncologic treatment
  • How to read routine bloodwork for oncologic patients to determine who is safe to treat
  • How to adjust dental management for oncologic patients within your clinic