Jewels You Can Use: Including 4 Hour PA Mandated Opioid Training Including Game Changers You Never Learned in Dental School
Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Location: Temple University Student Faculty Center
3340 North Broad Street, 4th Floor, Auditorium
Philadelphia, PA 19140
Tuition: Dentist $295 Dental Team $125
Credits: 6 (L)
Pain Management, Identification of Addiction, and Guidelines for Prescribing or Dispensing Opioids is a live 4 hour lecture that covers all the material to satisfy the Pennsylvania continuing education requirement. This program is designed for all prescribers of controlled substances from the resident to our veterans about to retire. Through literature reviews, case studies and professional experience the participant will understand their role is combatting the current opioid epidemic.
The next part is a series of clinical techniques, used by key opinion leaders in dentistry, to streamline and make your practice more productive. This program is designed for everyone from the dental student to the veteran practitioner about to retire. I will demonstrate how to incorporate Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD) into your practice, restore the difficult class II posterior composite, obtain perfect impressions, and simplify the porcelain fused to metal crown repair process. You will learn how to restore the tooth with a large open box or missing cusp back to proper form and function. You will see there are no excuses for a less than perfect impression. Learn how to manage bleeding and saliva. Upon completion of this course you will have a better understanding of what techniques and materials you can seamlessly incorporate into your practice. I will give you systems that allow you to work faster and more efficiently saving you thousands of dollars per year.
Upon course completion, you will:
- Review State and Federal requirements for prescribing controlled dubstances;
- Establish a pain management plan for your office.
- Utilize appropriate prescribing practices.
- Understand managing acute pain.
- Understand palliative medicine.
- Learn about prevention, screening and signs of addiction.
- Learn responses to abuse and addiction.
- Be exposed to Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD) and how to use it in daily practice.
- Understand how to restore the difficult class II composite restoration.
- Know how to control the flow of saliva and bleeding.
- Know how to salvage a PFM or Zirconia porcelain fracture.
- Be provided with new tools to take better dental impressions.
- Be able to save you time and money while providing better patient care.
Dr. Marc M. Gottlieb