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  • 1. ComprehensiveOral and MaxillofacialSurgery Review CourseWednesday, August 25th -Saturday, August 28, 2010New York, New York Course Director: Andrea Schreiber, DMDClinical Professor of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery NYU College of Dentistry Continuing medical education sponsored by Continuing dental education program sponsored by NYU College of Dentistry
  • 2. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Review CourseOverview: This comprehensive four-day course has been designed to provadvances and new approached to patient evaluation and treatment. The informathe didactic presentations.Statement of NeedNew York University College of Dentistry’s Comprehensive Oral andMaxillofacial Surgery Review Course provides an opportunity to gainthe requisite knowledge of recent advances in patient evaluations andtreatment necessary for attaining licensures and clinical appointmentsor privileges and to prepare for the prospective written and oralexamination.Course ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, the attendee should be able to:▪ Discuss the impact of systemic diseases in the field of maxillofacial surgery and apply to evaluation and patient management strategies.▪ Develop criteria for the use and administration of ambulatory sedation and general anesthesia in order to establish best practices.▪ Explain differential diagnosis and a treatment plan for odontogenic and non-odontogenic pathologic conditions of the maxillofacial region.▪ Select treatment options for maxillofacial reconstruction based on patient evaluation.▪ Develop a comprehensive evaluation of a trauma patient and identify approaches for treatment and options for managing post- operative pain.▪ Discuss methods for evaluating and treating patients with dentofacial deformities and head and neck infections to improve outcomes.▪ Identify the etiology and microbiology of infections of the maxillofacial region and treatment strategies.▪ Identify the etiology, patterns and frequency of cleft lip and palate deformities and the treatment based on criteria discussed.▪ Discuss the assessment of dentoalveolar surgical treatments and apply methods of preventing complications and patient management to improve outcomes.▪ Evaluate and develop criteria for facial esthetics and apply various surgical approaches.▪ Discuss algorithms for temporomandibular disorders and the treatment based on comprehensive examination and clinical findings.▪ Describe a strategy to evaluate patients requiring pre-prosthetic surgery and implants based on indications and contraindications of placement of dental implants.
  • 3. provide an update of the full scope of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery bormation presented will be current, evidence-based and clinically relevant and suppor Learn From Some Of The Best In Their Field: Topic presenTer Roger Byrne DDS, MD Peri-operative Patient Oral Surgeon Management Houston, Texas Eric J. Dierks, MD, DMD, FACS Director Fellowship in Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery Legacy Emanuel Hospital and Health Center Maxillofacial Affiliate Professor Reconstruction Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Oregon Health & Science University Head and Neck Surgical Associates Portland, Oregon Edward Ellis, III DDS, MS Professor and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency Program Maxillofacial Trauma Director University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas Bruce Epker, DDS MSD PhD Esthetic Surgery Director, Aesthetic Facial Surgery Center Weatherford, Texas Morton Goldberg, DMD, MD Clinical Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Maxillofacial Infections University of Connecticut School of Dentistry Farmington, Connecticut Ole Jensen, DDS, MS Clinical Assistant Professor University of Colorado School of Dentistry Implants and Hard and Aurora, Colorado Soft Tissue Clinical Professor New York University New York, New York John Kelly, DMD, MD Chief and Residency Program Director Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Anesthesia Hospital of St. Raphael Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery Yale Medical School New Haven, Connecticut Louis Mercuri, DDS, MS Temporomandibular Professor of Surgery Joint Dysfunction and Loyola University Medical Center Orofacial Pain Maywood, Illinois Felice O’Ryan, DDS Director of Maxillofacial Surgery Orthognathic Surgery Kaiser Permanente Hospital Oakland, California Joan Phelan, DDS Professor and Chair Oral and Maxillofacial Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Radiology, Pathology and Medicine NYU College of Dentistry New York, New York Steven Roser, DMD, MD Dentoalveoar DeLos Hill Professor and Chief Complications; Division of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Clefts and Craniofacial Emory University School of Medicine Disorders Atlanta, Georgia
  • 4. NYU College of DentistryAccreditation DentistryNew York University College of Dentistry Linhart Continuing DentalEducation Program is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADACERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dentalprofessionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dentaleducation. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual coursesor instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards ofdentistry.ADA Credit DesignationNYU CDE designates this activity for 41 continuing education credits.Accreditation- PhysicianPfiedler Enterprises is accredited by the Accreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.Credit DesignationPfiedler Enterprises designates this educational activity for a maximumof 41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claimcredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Course LocationNew York University College of Dentistry345 East 24th Street (Corner of 1st)New York, New York 10010212-998-9757AccommodationsA list of hotels in close proximity will be included in yourcourse confirmation. You will be responsible for securing youraccommodations and making travel arrangement.Declaration of Disclosure for Pfiedler EnterprisesIn compliance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support,Pfiedler Enterprises provides disclosure and resolution of conflictinformation for individuals who may control the content of this CMEactivity. Please visit our website at: www.pfiedlerenterprises.com/declarationofdisclosure.htm.This course is neither approved, recommended or endorsed by theAmerican Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (ABOMS) and thusshould not be construed as an official guide in the preparation for anycertifying board examination. No one associated with the conduct ofthe ABOMS examination shall advertise or permit to be advertised thathis or her participation in this course is an endorsement of NYUCD toprepare an ABOMS candidate for examination.This course is made possible, in part, through an educational grantprovided by Stryker.
  • 5. August 25-28, 2010y by recognized leaders in their respective fields. Content will include recentported by case discussions and simulations to illustrate the salient points of Target Audience This course is intended for the practicing oral and maxillofacial surgeon or the current oral and maxillofacial surgery resident seeking to enhance their knowledge of the specialty. Special Features ▪ Case presentations and clinically relevant topics will be presented to complement each lecture and to stimulate discussion on evidence- based alternative approaches. ▪ Each day will close with an informal evening reception/discussion session with faculty. Tuition Early Registration (before July 1, 2010) $1795 $995 (residents only) After June 30, 2010 $1950 $1195 (residents only) Tuition includes a daily continental breakfast, buffet lunch and refreshments and a course syllabus and CD for all lecture presentations. Registration Procedure To register or for more information, please go to: www.pfiedlerenterprises.com/courses.htm, e-fax at 720-222-5233 or by calling 720-748-6144. Cancellation Policy Cancellations received in writing up to 15 days prior to the course will receive a refund minus a $100 processing fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations after that date or for “no-shows”. Please make sure you have a course confirmation number before making travel arrangements. Pfiedler Enterprises is not responsible for non-refundable tickets purchased to attend this course. Host Faculty Robert Glickman, DMD Kenneth Fleisher, DDS David Hirsch, DDS, MD Vasiliki Karlis, DMD, MD
  • 6. Pfiedler Enterprises2101 S. Blackhawk Street, Suite 220Aurora, CO 80014-1475

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