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  • BUNDLE DISCOUNT - Comprehensive Review Course & Board Qualifying Exam Preparation Course

    Contains 29 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/07/2020

    Purchase the Board Qualifying Preparation Course and the Comprehensive Review to get a $300 discount! Board Qualifying Exam Preparation Course - 20.5 CE Credits **Recorded live in 2020 Comprehensive Review - 18 CE Credits **Recorded live in 2018

    Purchase the Board Qualifying Preparation Course and the Comprehensive Review to get a $300 discount!

    Board Qualifying Exam Preparation Course - 20.5 CE Credits
    **Recorded live in 2020

    Comprehensive Review  - 18 CE Credits
    **Recorded live in 2018

  • Board Qualifying Examination Preparation Course

    Contains 16 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/07/2020

    This course will help you prepare for the first step toward becoming a Diplomate - taking and passing the ABPD Qualifying Examination. It will be presented by leading educators and clinicians who will utilize a lecture format to review subjects and materials included in the board examination. Learn about the various domains contained in the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry examination and how to be prepared for this type of high-stakes written examination. Participation in this course does not guarantee successful completion of board exams. Course Objectives At the conclusion of the course, participants will have gained a better understanding of how to prepare for the ABPD Qualifying Exam including: • The scientific and biological principles supporting the practice of pediatric dentistry • Topical areas of the exam • Recommended reference materials • Suggested readings for exam preparation **Recorded live in 2020

    This course will help you prepare for the first step toward becoming a Diplomate - taking and passing the ABPD Qualifying Examination. It will be presented by leading educators and clinicians who will utilize a lecture format to review subjects and materials included in the board examination. Learn about the various domains contained in the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry examination and how to be prepared for this type of high-stakes written examination.

    Participation in this course does not guarantee successful completion of board exams.

    Course Objectives At the conclusion of the course, participants will have gained a better understanding of how to prepare for the ABPD Qualifying Exam including:

    • The scientific and biological principles supporting the practice of pediatric dentistry
    • Topical areas of the exam
    • Recommended reference materials
    • Suggested readings for exam preparation

    **Recorded live in 2020

    Clarice Law

    Speaker

    Clarice S. Law, DMD, MS is a Clinical Professor in the Sections of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics at UCLA School of Dentistry.  Dr Law received her DMD from Harvard School of Dental Medicine and completed specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics at UCLA School of Dentistry.  As a full-time faculty member at UCLA, she teaches both Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics to dental students and residents.  Her clinical teaching responsibilities and service to professional organizations focus on interceptive orthodontics.  Most notable are contributions to the growth and development and orthodontics sections of The Handbook of Pediatric Dentistry, Practical Reviews in Pediatric Dentistry, and Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy to Adolescence. On the other hand, as the daughter of a psychologist, she has always been interested in human behavior and has made it a focus of scholarly activity.  She has authored two review articles on behavior guidance for the CDA Journal and thought she was getting quite proficient in non-pharmacological behavior guidance until her own children were born, refocusing her research on the influence of contemporary parenting on pediatric behavior guidance in the dental setting.  

    Travis Nelson

    Speaker

    Dr. Travis Nelson is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Washington. Nelson received his D.D.S., from Loma Linda University and subsequently completed a residency in pediatric dentistry and a Masters of Public Health degree at the University of Washington. He is a board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Nelson has authored numerous published articles, and has lectured nationally and internationally on a variety of topics. His academic interests include providing dental care for children with autism, restorative dentistry, and procedural sedation.

    Rebecca Slayton

    Speaker

    Dr. Rebecca Slayton is professor emeritus of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Washington School of Dentistry and former director of the Dental Department for Seattle Children’s Hospital. Prior to her retirement, she served as the chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Washington and before that, she was professor and chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Iowa. Slayton received her D.D.S., certificate in pediatric dentistry and Ph.D. in Genetics all at the University of Iowa. She is a board certified pediatric dentist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.  She serves as a consultant on the Scientific Program Committee of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.  She is a fellow of both the American College and International College of Dentists. She was an examiner for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry oral clinical exam for 12 years. She has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and textbook chapters. She is the co-author of a textbook entitled, “Traumatic Dental Injuries in Children”. Her research focuses on caries risk assessment tools and genetic factors that contribute to dental caries susceptibility.

    Juan Yepes

    Speaker

    Juan F. Yepes DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, Indiana Juan F is also an academic scholar at the Department of Pediatric and Community Dentistry, University at Buffalo.  Juan F. is a dentist (DDS) and a physician (MD) from Javeriana University at Bogota, Colombia. In 1999, Juan F. moved to the USA and attended the University of Iowa and the University of Pennsylvania where he completed a fellowship and residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and Oral Medicine respectively in 2002 and 2004.  In 2006, Juan F. completed a Master in Public Health, and in 2011 a Doctoral Degree in Public Health both with emphasis in epidemiology at the University of Kentucky  College of Public Health. In 2008, Juan F. completed a residency program in Dental Public Health at University of Texa A&M. Finally, Juan F. completed the residency program and Masters of Science degree in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky in 2012. 

    Juan F. is Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Medicine, American Board of Dental Public Health, and American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Juan F. was the section head of oral and maxillofacial radiology at the University of Kentucky for 6 years.  Juan F. is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Academy of Oral Medicine, American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, and American Dental Association.  Juan F. is a fellow in dental surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons at Edinburgh, Scotland.  Juan F. is in the editorial board of Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology. Finally, Juan F. research and teaching interest are in the area of radiation safety, oral medicine, oral radiology and oral pathology in children. 

  • Audio Only- AAPD 2020 NashVirtual

    Contains 22 Product(s)

    Gain access to recordings from AAPD 2020 NashVirtual! **Please note that these are recordings and do not include CE. If you are interested in earning CE, please purchase the AAPD 2020 NashVirtual- Continuing Education package.

    Gain access to recordings from AAPD 2020 NashVirtual!  

    **Please note that these are recordings and do not include CE.  If you are interested in earning CE, please purchase the AAPD 2020 NashVirtual- Continuing Education package.

  • AAPD 2020 NashVirtual - Continuing Education

    Contains 22 Product(s)

    AAPD is offering CE for the courses at NashVirtual that you could not attend. Here, you have the opportunity to purchase and earn CE hours. Purchase the entire Annual Session package here!

    AAPD is offering CE for the courses at NashVirtual that you could not attend. Here, you have the opportunity to purchase and earn CE hours. Purchase the entire Annual Session package here!

  • MiniClinics II 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    3 separate topics, 45 minutes each: - The Diagnostic Challenge in Pediatric Dentistry Part VI - Dr. Juan Yepes - Soft Tissue CO2 Laser Surgery for the Pediatric Dental Patient from Birth through Adolescence from Suck Swallow Breath through Sleep Disordered Breathing - Martin Kaplan - Social Media Marketing for the Pediatric Dental Office - Jarod Johnson

    3 separate topics, 45 minutes each:

    - The Diagnostic Challenge in Pediatric Dentistry Part VI - Dr. Juan Yepes
    - Soft Tissue CO2 Laser Surgery for the Pediatric Dental Patient from Birth through Adolescence from Suck Swallow Breath through Sleep Disordered Breathing - Martin Kaplan
    - Social Media Marketing for the Pediatric Dental Office - Jarod Johnson

    Juan Yepes

    Speaker

    Juan F. Yepes DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, Indiana Juan F is also an academic scholar at the Department of Pediatric and Community Dentistry, University at Buffalo.  Juan F. is a dentist (DDS) and a physician (MD) from Javeriana University at Bogota, Colombia. In 1999, Juan F. moved to the USA and attended the University of Iowa and the University of Pennsylvania where he completed a fellowship and residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and Oral Medicine respectively in 2002 and 2004.  In 2006, Juan F. completed a Master in Public Health, and in 2011 a Doctoral Degree in Public Health both with emphasis in epidemiology at the University of Kentucky  College of Public Health. In 2008, Juan F. completed a residency program in Dental Public Health at University of Texa A&M. Finally, Juan F. completed the residency program and Masters of Science degree in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky in 2012. 

    Juan F. is Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Medicine, American Board of Dental Public Health, and American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Juan F. was the section head of oral and maxillofacial radiology at the University of Kentucky for 6 years.  Juan F. is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Academy of Oral Medicine, American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, and American Dental Association.  Juan F. is a fellow in dental surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons at Edinburgh, Scotland.  Juan F. is in the editorial board of Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology. Finally, Juan F. research and teaching interest are in the area of radiation safety, oral medicine, oral radiology and oral pathology in children. 

    Martin Kaplan

    Speaker

    Martin A. Kaplan, D.M.D. is a practicing pediatric dentist with over 15 years of dental experience in laser dentistry.

    In 2016 he became the first Pediatric Dental Specialist to obtain Diplomate status in the American Board of Laser Surgery and was elected to be the Director of Dental Laser Surgery. As of 2018 he has been a contributing educator in the American Laser Study Club.

    Jarod Johnson

    Speaker

    Jarod Johnson received his DDS degree from The University of Iowa College of Dentistry and his certificate in pediatric dentistry from the UNLV School of Dental Medicine. He is also a diplomate of the ABPD and an adjunct assisting professor at The University of Iowa. He practices in Muscatine, IA.

  • Soft Tissue Laser Use for Pediatric Dentistry Procedures

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    There are several misconceptions about soft tissue laser use for pulp application. In this learning lab I would like to give practical tips and show many of my cases on how I did pulp related procedures and minor surgeries in pediatric patients with minimal pain and needing local aesthetic shots. Learning Objectives: to understand the indications of soft tissue laser use in pulp related procedures Able to understand the laser machine settings for optimal and painless procedures work on patients using soft tissue laser with minimal pain and discomfort to the child

    There are several misconceptions about soft tissue laser use for pulp application. In this learning lab I would like to give practical tips and show many of my cases on how I did pulp related procedures and minor surgeries in pediatric patients with minimal pain and needing local aesthetic shots.

    Learning Objectives:

    • to understand the indications of soft tissue laser use in pulp related procedures
    • Able to understand the laser machine settings for optimal and painless procedures
    • work on patients using soft tissue laser with minimal pain and discomfort to the child

    Vijay Mathur

    Speaker

    Chair, Pediatric Dentistry, AIIMS, New Delhi. Vice President- IADR India Division.  Vice-President, Indian Society for Dental Traumatology, Honorary Treasurer- Indian Society of Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry and Editor in Chief - Journal of South Asian Association of Pediatric Dentistry.  69 publications,  230 international and National presentations.  32 research projects. Presently working on ECC, Dental trauma, Soft Tissue lasers, Biomedical Ethics

  • Presented by IAPD: Behavior Guidance

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    Connecting with the new generations: the New pediatric dentist’s role as a communicator during and after CoVid 19 Pediatric dentists should know more about children’s emotions and behavior than any other health professional. Today with this new pandemic, the rules have changed. We are facing, economic, physical and emotional challenges. This presentation wil focus on the problems in sight. . How de we want to handle the future. Paralysis or action. Everybody tells us how to wash, what to do to stay clean of CoVid-19, BUT, nobody how to pay attention to our emotions. We need new tools to negociate this new reality. We will provide you with a tool box to be prepared for the future. New generations of children and parents are challenging the communication techniques that have been traditionally used by pediatric dentists. Social and technological changes have had a great impact on the new generations and affect our role as health care providers. With the advent of advanced technology and this physical distancing from the pandemic, major changes are taking place challenging the role that we will play in the future of children’s’ health and wellbeing. New generations are becoming more isolated and physical and emotional communications are being jeopardized. The human aspect is being replaced by technology. Humans in the not too distant future may become expendable and replaceable. In addition, parents acquire information via the internet and question the information we provide and our techniques of communication with their children. We need to rediscover our emotions and re-evaluate our communicative techniques. In this procedure we should not forget that our great advantage over technology is our ability to connect and emotionally communicate with other people. This is something that hopefully will not be replaceable. We will illustrate the major changes major changes we will face with the new generations of parents and children around the globe and how it affects us in the way we work in our offices. We will show the importance of bonding with parents and children, moving beyond the biological aspects and venturing into the psycho-socio and cultural issues. Knowing our children and adolescents will allow us to detect potential physical or emotional hazardous behavior. The first change that needs to be made is learning how different healthcare professionals interact with children and parents in different cultures and countries. When we bond we enter a danger zone of co-dependency, so we need to learn, know and set our limits. " Do we want to be keepers of the past to preserve the future? " Can I care, still allowing the other to be separate?" " Can I leave the comfortable me and enter the ever-changing other? Are we ready to take on this challenge? If not, will many health specialties survive the Twenty First century?   Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants will learn how different cultures naturally assume a different way to communicate with parents and children.We will show the differences between Western individualism and the Eastern spirit of community, to adapt, adopt, mold and embrace new feelings favored from experience by our peers around the world to a greater mutual understanding of the other and its potential positive effect for the future of our profession. Pediatric dentists all over the world are experiencing economic, physical and emotional challenges from CoVid19 pandemic. We will show how to deal with them and adapt to our new reality. Technology is here to stay to make our lives more comfortable. No matter how fast technology advances, we cannot afford to lose our humanity. A full paradigm shift will be necessary. We will show what are our main advantages to survive the XXI century. Recent advances in technology and their uses and applications for behavior guidance Behavior management is a basic discipline and a major differential expertise of Pediatric Dentistry as a speciality. Behavior management has undergone several changes and modifications over time. To help children and parents, it is important to address the causes of behavioral problems faced by pediatric dentistry and to provide well-structured cognitive behavioral interventions that can optimize the outcome of behavior management. The cognitive pediatric dentistry paradigm plays a major role in behavior management, even more so nowadays, as we are expected to deliver painless dental treatment. To Prevent Dental Behavioral Management Problems, Technologies like 3D animation can be a powerful Communication Tool to shape children perceptions. These can also increase children sense of predictability and acceptability of dental treatments. Learning Objectives: Understand the Origins of Dental behavior management problems. Understand the Structure of a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Model in pediatric dental patients (4-7 years old) for the prevention and management of Behavior Management Problems. Understand how a virtual tool can be applied in pediatric dentistry behavior management

    Connecting with the new generations: the New pediatric dentist’s role as a communicator during and after CoVid 19 


    Pediatric dentists should know more about children’s emotions and behavior than any other health professional. Today with this new pandemic, the rules have changed. We are facing, economic, physical and emotional challenges. This presentation wil focus on the problems in sight. . How de we want to handle the future. Paralysis or action. Everybody tells us how to wash, what to do to stay clean of CoVid-19, BUT, nobody how to pay attention to our emotions. We need new tools to negociate this new reality. 
    We will provide you with a tool box to be prepared for the future. 
    New generations of children and parents are challenging the communication techniques that have been traditionally used by pediatric dentists. Social and technological changes have had a great impact on the new generations and affect our role as health care providers. 

    With the advent of advanced technology and this physical distancing from the pandemic, major changes are taking place challenging the role that we will play in the future of children’s’ health and wellbeing. New generations are becoming more isolated and physical and emotional communications are being jeopardized. The human aspect is being replaced by technology. Humans in the not too distant future may become expendable and replaceable. In addition, parents acquire information via the internet and question the information we provide and our techniques of communication with their children.

    We need to rediscover our emotions and re-evaluate our communicative techniques. In this procedure we should not forget that our great advantage over technology is our ability to connect and emotionally communicate with other people. This is something that hopefully will not be replaceable. 

    We will illustrate the major changes major changes we will face with the new generations of parents and children around the globe and how it affects us in the way we work in our offices. We will show the importance of bonding with parents and children, moving beyond the biological aspects and venturing into the psycho-socio and cultural issues. Knowing our children and adolescents will allow us to detect potential physical or emotional hazardous behavior. 

    The first change that needs to be made is learning how different healthcare professionals interact with children and parents in different cultures and countries. 

    When we bond we enter a danger zone of co-dependency, so we need to learn, know and set our limits. 
    " Do we want to be keepers of the past to preserve the future? 
    " Can I care, still allowing the other to be separate?" 
    " Can I leave the comfortable me and enter the ever-changing other? 

    Are we ready to take on this challenge? If not, will many health specialties survive the Twenty First century? 

      Learning Objectives:

    • Upon completion of this presentation, participants will learn how different cultures naturally assume a different way to communicate with parents and children.We will show the differences between Western individualism and the Eastern spirit of community, to adapt, adopt, mold and embrace new feelings favored from experience by our peers around the world to a greater mutual understanding of the other and its potential positive effect for the future of our profession.
    • Pediatric dentists all over the world are experiencing economic, physical and emotional challenges from CoVid19 pandemic. We will show how to deal with them and adapt to our new reality.
    • Technology is here to stay to make our lives more comfortable. No matter how fast technology advances, we cannot afford to lose our humanity. A full paradigm shift will be necessary. We will show what are our main advantages to survive the XXI century.
    • Recent advances in technology and their uses and applications for behavior guidance

    Behavior management is a basic discipline and a major differential expertise of Pediatric Dentistry 
    as a speciality. 
    Behavior management has undergone several changes and modifications over time. 
    To help children and parents, it is important to address the causes of behavioral problems faced by 
    pediatric dentistry and to provide well-structured cognitive behavioral interventions that can 
    optimize the outcome of behavior management. 
    The cognitive pediatric dentistry paradigm plays a major role in behavior management, even more 
    so nowadays, as we are expected to deliver painless dental treatment. 
    To Prevent Dental Behavioral Management Problems, Technologies like 3D animation can be a 
    powerful Communication Tool to shape children perceptions. These can also increase children sense 
    of predictability and acceptability of dental treatments.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the Origins of Dental behavior management problems.
    • Understand the Structure of a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Model in pediatric dental patients (4-7 years old) for the prevention and management of Behavior Management Problems.
    • Understand how a virtual tool can be applied in pediatric dentistry behavior management

    Andre Marc Saadia

    Speaker

    Dr. Marc Saadia specialized in Pediatric Dentistry at Tufts University with a Master of Science degree.
    He specializes in Pediatric Dentistry, dentofacial orthopedics and orthodontics. Dr. Saadia was Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry and is currently co_ Editor-in-Chief.  He has co-authored two books on Dentofacial Orthopedics, and is working on a third. He is a popular speaker presenting internationally.
    He chaired the postgraduate and residency programs in pediatric dentistry at the Universidad Tecnológica de México and later became Director of Postgraduate programs at the same University. 
    He is a Diplomate of the American and Mexican Academies of Pediatric Dentistry and the Mexican Association of Orthodontists and was the President of The Mexican Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. He chaired the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry Congress held in Cancun, Mexico 2019.
    He practices in Mexico City.

    Antonio Silva

    Speaker

    Dr. Antonio Pedro Silva is a world renowned pediatric dentist. He obtained his dental degree from Universidade Fernando Pessoa - Oporto in 2007 and a specialty degree in pediatric dentistry from Oporto Dental Medical School (FMDUP-UP) in 2011. 

    Dr. Silva is founder and moderator of the Pediatric Dentistry Forum with over 38,000 members from all over the world. His specialty practice is in the city of Antwerp, Belgium. He was an invited speaker at the recent Biennial International IAPD Congress in Cancun (2019). He is a very popular speaker on behavior guidance and has lectured in several countries including: Italy, Spain; Portugal, Mexico, Russia, Egypt, Iraq, Bulgaria and Ukraine.

  • Sores & Bumps 101

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    This 3 hour lecture will use real patients that can walk at any time and at any pediatric dental practice in the country with issues unrelated with teeth. Issues such as change in the color of the oral mucosa or gums, small sores in the lower lip, well defined patches on the dorm of the tongue, generalized sore gums, bad taste, halitosis, bumps in the floor of the mouth, etc. Please, come to this Sunday morning lecture with a lot of energy and your mobile device to participate in questions developed for each patient. The lecture is a practical lecture and will cover common issues that the pediatric dentist will face in a busy practice. Learning Objectives: Upon completion, participants will be able to establish a differential diagnosis for the most common soft tissue issues that can present in the oral cavity of children Upon completion, participants will be able to discuss the basis for the teratment of the most common soft tissue issues that can present in the oral cavity of children Upon completion, participants will be able to understand the reasons and criteria for referral of children with soft tissues issues in the oral cavity

    This 3 hour lecture will use real patients that can walk at any time and at any pediatric dental practice in the country with issues unrelated with teeth. Issues such as change in the color of the oral mucosa or gums, small sores in the lower lip, well defined patches on the dorm of the tongue, generalized sore gums, bad taste, halitosis, bumps in the floor of the mouth, etc. Please, come to this Sunday morning lecture with a lot of energy and your mobile device to participate in questions developed for each patient. The lecture is a practical lecture and will cover common issues that the pediatric dentist will face in a busy practice.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Upon completion, participants will be able to establish a differential diagnosis for the most common soft tissue issues that can present in the oral cavity of children
    • Upon completion, participants will be able to discuss the basis for the teratment of the most common soft tissue issues that can present in the oral cavity of children
    • Upon completion, participants will be able to understand the reasons and criteria for referral of children with soft tissues issues in the oral cavity
  • Does it Really Work? Minimal Intervention Approaches for Caries Management in Children (including SDF, ITR/ART and Hall Technique)

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    Traditional operative treatment using different restorative materials, has been used for over a century to treat the dental destruction caused by dental caries. It is invasive, technique sensitive, costly, and requires significant cooperation from the patient. Many patients are unable to receive this treatment because they are too young, anxious, have medical conditions that limit their cooperation, or lack the resources to access care. The advent of new materials, concepts and products, have allowed the introduction of Minimal Intervention Approaches to manage caries lesions that allow us to give patients an alternative option. This presentation will discuss the use of Silver Diamine Fluoride, ITR/ART and the Hall Technique as Minimal Intervention Approaches in the management of caries in Pediatric Dentistry. Learning Objectives: 1. Differentiate the concepts of minimally invasive dentistry, minimal intervention approaches and personalized optimal interventions understanding the needs and advantages of these approaches. 2. Understand the scientific basis for current recommendations for SDF, ITR/ART and the Hall Technique as well as their indications, pros and cons. 3. Acquire the knowledge and techniques required to implement these approaches into clinical practice.

    Traditional operative treatment using different restorative materials, has been used for over a century to treat the dental destruction caused by dental caries. It is invasive, technique sensitive, costly, and requires significant cooperation from the patient. Many patients are unable to receive this treatment because they are too young, anxious, have medical conditions that limit their cooperation, or lack the resources to access care. The advent of new materials, concepts and products, have allowed the introduction of Minimal Intervention Approaches to manage caries lesions that allow us to give patients an alternative option. This presentation will discuss the use of Silver Diamine Fluoride, ITR/ART and the Hall Technique as Minimal Intervention Approaches in the management of caries in Pediatric Dentistry.

    Learning Objectives:
    1. Differentiate the concepts of minimally invasive dentistry, minimal intervention approaches and personalized optimal interventions understanding the needs and advantages of these approaches.
    2. Understand the scientific basis for current recommendations for SDF, ITR/ART and the Hall Technique as well as their indications, pros and cons.
    3. Acquire the knowledge and techniques required to implement these approaches into clinical practice.

    Yasmi Crystal

    Speaker

    Dr. Yasmi Crystal has a DDS degree from Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico (UNITEC), DMD from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), Pediatric Dental specialty training from Eastman Dental Center, University of Rochester, and a MSc in Clinical and Translational Research from CTSI, New York University, School of Medicine.
    Founder and senior specialist at Comprehensive Pediatric Dentistry in New Jersey and Clinical Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at New York University, College of Dentistry, she is a Diplomate and an examiner for the written and oral sections of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, member of the Editorial Board of Pediatric Dentistry Journal and a spokesperson and past trustee of the AAPD; presently a member for the Council on Scientific Affairs, incoming president for the Pediatric Oral Health Research Group of the International Association of Dental Research and  Fellow of the American Society for Dental Esthetics, the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists.
    Past member of the Board of Directors of the IAPD and Chair of their Scientific Committee. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the Latin American Society of Pediatric Dentistry (Revista ALOP) and a manuscript reviewer for several major journals including Pediatric Dentistry, JADA, IJPD and JOCPD.
    As leader in inter-professional relations, she has worked as Oral Health consultant, speaker and preceptor for the AAP, NJAAP, and is a faculty member for the Family Practice MD program at Somerset Medical Center, NJ, with her clinic being a rotation site for family practice MD residents.
    Dr. Crystal lectures to varied health care audiences in the US and abroad, and has published her research on numerous articles in peer reviewed scientific journals on topics of Caries Management, Risk Assessment and Minimal Intervention Approaches including SDF therapy.
     

    Jeanette Maclean

    Speaker

    Dr. Jeanette MacLean is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, private practice owner, and mother of two. Dr. MacLean has become an internationally recognized advocate and expert on minimally invasive dentistry, appearing in newspapers, magazines, television, and continuing education lectures on this hot topic. Most notably, she was featured in the July 2016 New York Times article “A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills,” which brought national attention to the option of treating cavities non-invasively with silver diamine fluoride.

  • How To Grow An Authentic, Engaged Community on Instagram

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/23/2020

    Instagram is an amazing social media platform for sharing your creativity, marketing your practice, and building community around your professional and personal interests. In this 1 hour learning lab, Dr. Karp, a pediatric dentist, a photographer, and a daily Instagram user, shares his content strategy and the lessons he has learned while growing an international following for his photography related account on the platform. Learning Objectives: Discuss 10 helpful practices for content sharing that increases engagement on the platform. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of having a public account on this platform. Describe ways to find and build community with other creators on the platform.

    Instagram is an amazing social media platform for sharing your creativity, marketing your practice, and building community around your professional and personal interests. In this 1 hour learning lab, Dr. Karp, a pediatric dentist, a photographer, and a daily Instagram user, shares his content strategy and the lessons he has learned while growing an international following for his photography related account on the platform.

    Learning Objectives:
    Discuss 10 helpful practices for content sharing that increases engagement on the platform.
    Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of having a public account on this platform.
    Describe ways to find and build community with other creators on the platform.

    Jeff Karp

    Speaker

    Jeff Karp, D.M.D., M.S. is a husband, father of 3 daughters, pediatric dentist, residency program director, and an oral health advocate.  Dr. Karp is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.  Jeff is an avid audiobook and podcast listener, a coffee and chocolate enthusiast, an Apple fanboy, and a photographer and digital artist with an international following on Instagram.