School of Dentistry

Continuing Dental Education

Providing timely and practical continuing education for dental professionals

Speakers by Name

Speaker's Bureau Guide

The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry is pleased to offer the "Speaker's Bureau Guide" as an annual resource. It is designed to help you identify subjects and speakers for continuing education programs. This guide was developed because several of you as leaders in the dental community requested help with planning continuing education programs.

You may wish to review the subjects and speakers with your planning committee or contact the speakers directly. All of the individuals in this guide have identified interest in presenting continuing education programs throughout the region. However, since speaker availability and your program needs vary, please contact the speaker several months before your course date to set up all the arrangements. All course and financial arrangements are made directly with the speaker.

Speakers by name

Please contact the speaker directly for all course and financial arrangements.

  • Dr. Ranier Adarve

    Ranier M. Adarve, D.M.D., M.S., M.H.P.E.
    Division of Prosthodontics
    612.625.5547
    Email: adar0002@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Fixed Prosthodontics - Implant-Retained/Supported Prosthesis
    • Education - Development of Evaluation Rubric, Test Construction and Item Analysis, Developing Learning Objectives, Use of Concept Mapping

    Dr. Adarve is available to present all-day programs.
    The lecture topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Leon Assael

    Leon Assael, D.M.D., C.M.M.
    Dean, School of Dentistry
    Professor, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    612.624.2424
    Email: assael@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Medical Management of the Dental Patient
    • Nitrous Oxide
    • Local Anesthesia
    • Bisphosphonates and Oral Health
    • Minor Office-based Oral Surgery and Exodontia

    Dr. Assael’s lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day programs.

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. David Born

    David O. Born, Ph.D.
    Division of Community Oral Health
    612.625.9438
    Email: dborn@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Dental Health Workforce - A variety of issues, including supply and demand, distribution problems (particularly in rural areas,) dual careers in dentistry (spouses both have careers,) the ramifications for recruiting dentists, and the needs and expectations of newly graduated dentists.
    • Access to Care - Access to care, especially as a function of the workforce. Recruiting dentists to rural communities.

    Dr. Born can present either formal or informal lectures and can speak from 45 minutes to 3 hours--depending upon the needs of the client.

    Workshops on recruiting dentists to rural communities can be developed for small groups (20 to 30 individuals.) These workshops involve educating clients about the dental profession, the needs and expectations of newly graduated dentists, dual career issues, as well as strategies and plans for recruitment.

    Workforce lectures would also be of interests to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Anthony J. DiAngelis

    Anthony J. DiAngelis, D.M.D., M.P.H.
    Division of Community Oral Health
    612.873.6275
    Email: diang001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Traumatic Dental Injuries: Maximizing Outcomes, Minimizing Complications - All-day lecture
    • Bruised, Broken and Bedeviled Teeth - Half-day lecture
    • Trauma-Related Emergencies - One- to one-and-one-half hour lectures 

    Dr. DiAngelis is available to present full-day lectures.

    The lectures would be of interest to all members of the dental team.

  • Dr. Raj Gopalakrishnan

    Raj Gopalakrishnan, B.D.S., Ph.D.
    Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
    612.624.0918
    Email: gopal007@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Oral Pathology
    • Ulcerative Lesions - Diagnosis and Management
    • Precancer and Oral Cancer - Identification, Diagnosis and Management
    • Red/White Lesions of the Oral Mucosa
    • Radiopaque and Radiolucent Lesions of the Jaw
    • Diagnosis and Management of Lichenoid Lesions
    • Bisphosphonate-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw
    • Common Infections of the Oral Cavity
    • Basic Aspects of Bone Biology

    Dr. Gopalakrishnan's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances and would be of interest to all members of the dental team.
     

  • Dr. Thorsten Grünheid

    Thorsten Grünheid, D.D.S., Dr. med. dent., Ph.D.
    Division of Orthodontics
    612.625.3903
    Email: tgruenhe@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Basic Concepts of Orthodontic Therapy
    • Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
    • Early Treatment in Orthodontics
    • Complex Case Management in Orthodontics
    • Removable Orthodontic Appliances
    • Fixed Orthodontic Appliances
    • Bracket Positioning with the Preadjusted Appliance
    • Bonding and Debonding
    • Indirect Bonding
    • Finishing
    • Orthodontic Anchorage
    • Orthodontic Biomechanics
    • Retention Strategy and Retainers
    • Management of Impacted Teeth
    • Surgical Orthodontics

    Dr. Grünheid's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances and would be of interest to all members of the dental team.

  • Dr. Dennis Haley

    Dennis Haley, D.D.S.
    Hennepin County Medical Center, Department of Dentistry
    651.332.7474
    E-mail: haley008@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Non-Dental Sources of Tooth Pain - one- to two-hour lecture
    • Management of Jaw Hypomobility Following Dental Procedures - one- to two-hour lecture
    • Management of Bruxism - one- to two-hour lecture
    • Early Management of Temporomandibular Disorders for General Dentists - one- to two-hour lecture
    • Sleep Medicine for Dentistry - one- to two-hour lecture

    Dr. Haley's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances.

    The lectures would also be of interests to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Kate Hathaway

    Kate M. Hathaway, M.A., Ph.D.
    Clinical Psychologist
    Center for Spirituality and Healing
    651.796.4423
    Email: hatha001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Stress Management: At Your Desk and Everywhere - One- to three-hour lectures
    • General Anxiety and Dental Anxiety - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Psychological Aspects of TMD: What the Research and Clinical Experience Teach Us - Two- to three-hour lectures
    • Oral Habits: Assessment and Non-Dental Treatment Techniques - Two- to three-hour lectures
    • Psychosocial Aspects of Dental Health Care: Perspectives of a Health Psychologist - Two- to three-hour lectures
    • Understanding and Influencing Patient Behavior - Two- to four-hour lectures (some experiential)
    • Mental Health and Dentistry: How to Work with the Emotionally Challenged - Two- to three-hour lectures
    • Psychosocial Aspects of Pain - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Self-Care for Professionals: Ways to Get and Stay Healthy - Two- to four-hour lectures (some experiential) 

    Dr. Hathaway's lecture topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Mohammad Saiful Islam

    Mohammad Saiful Islam, B.D.S., Ph.D.
    Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
    612.626.3399
    Email: islam008@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Digital Radiology: Principles, Image Analysis, Proper Use - Two-hour lecture
    • Radiation Dose Reduction - One-hour lecture
    • Use of Computer Technology in Dentistry: Patient Management, Computer Networking, Image Transfer, Storage, HIPAA Compliant Storage - One-hour lecture
    • Principles of Panoramic Radiology: Image Formation, Interpretation of Disease, Anatomy, Ghost Image - One-hour lecture
    • Introduction of CBCT (Cone Beam CT): Use of Software, Interpretation of Disease and Cross-Sectional Anatomy - One-hour lecture
    • Interpretation of Systemic Disease on Routine Dental Radiographs - One-hour lecture
    • Identifying Temporomandibular Joint Disease Using Dental Radiographs and CT - One-hour lecture
    • Implant Imaging - One-hour lecture
    • Cyst and Tumor Diagnosis in the Dental Office - One-hour lecture
    • Dental Pain due to Maxillary Sinusitis - One-hour lecture

     

    Dr. Islam's topics are approximately two- to three-hours long and may be combined for an all-day program.

    The lecture topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists.

  • Dr. Deborah Johnson

    Deborah Johnson, B.S., D.D.S., Diplomate in Periodontology
    Division of Periodontology
    612.624.5612
    Email: joh03541@umn.edu

    Topics:

    Implants

    • Types
    • History
    • Surgery
    • Restoration
    • Esthetics
    • Ridge Augmentation
    • Maintenance
    • Sinus Lift
    • Complications
    • Ridge Preservation

    Periodontics

    • Implants
    • Management of Furcations
    • Crown Lengthening
    • Esthetic Crown Lengthening
    • GTR
    • Hemisection
    • Endodontics & Periodontics
    • Periodontics & Medicine
    • Orthodontics & Periodontics
    • Preprosthetics

    Each topic is approximately 1 hour and topics can be combined to meet the needs of the client.

    Dr. Johnson is available to present all-day programs.

    The lecture topics would be of interest to dental hygienists.

  • Dr. Deepak Kademani

    Deepak Kademani, D.M.D., M.D., F.A.C.S.
    Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    612.625.3933
    Email: kadem001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Oral Cancer
    • Oral Lesions
    • Salivary Gland Disease and Tumors
    • Odontogenic Cysts and Tumors
    • Head and Neck Reconstruction
    • Obstructive Sleep Apnea
    • Mandible Reconstruction

    Dr. Kademani's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day programs.

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. John Kanyusik

    John Kanyusik, B.S., D.D.S., M.S.D.
    Division of Orthodontics
    507.388.2989
    Email: kanyusik@hickorytech.net

    Topics:

    • Health Volunteers Overseas: Experiences in Vietnam, Moldova & Tanzania - 30- to 45-minute lecture*
    • Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment for a General Dental Audience - 60- to 90-minute lecture*
    • Autotransplantation - 60-minute lecture*
    • What is New in Orthodontics - 30-minute lecture*
    • Controversies in Orthodontics - 60-minute lecture*
    • Cervical Vertebral Maturity Index - 30-minute lecture
    • Adult Orthodontics - 60-minute lecture*
    • Functional Appliance Treatment - 30-minute lecture*
    • Headgear Orthodontic Treatment - 30-minute lecture
    • Orthodontic Retention and Retainers - 60-minute lecture
    • Cephalometric Radiograph Superimposition Techniques - 30-minute lecture
    • Anterior Interproximal Reduction - 30-minute lecture*
    • American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) and ABO Examination preparation - 60- to 90-minute lecture
    • Clinical Management of Impacted Canines - 30-minute lecture
    • Orthodontic Elastics - 30-minute lecture
    • Orthodontic Archwire Selection - 60-minute lecture
    • Orthodontic Exams, Consultations, and Post-Treatment Consultations - 30-minute lecture
    • Risk Management Through Practice Management - 30-minute lecture*
    • Cephalometric Superimposition - 30-minute lecture
    • Some Closing Thoughts on the Beginning of Your Careers in Orthodontics - 30-minute lecture

    Dr. Kanyusik's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances.

    All topics would be of interest to orthodontic specialists. 
    *Selected topics would be of interest to general dentists.

  • Dr. Thomas Larson

    Thomas D. Larson, D.D.S., M.S.D.
    Division of Operative Dentistry
    612.624.5998
    Email: larso004@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Bonding Indirect Restorations and Direct Restorations with Uses of Silane - One- to two-hour lectures
    • 25-Years of Veneering--What have we learned? - One- to four-hour lectures
    • Core Restorations for Crowns - One- to two-hour lectures
    • The Restoration of Non-Vital Teeth: Structural, Biological and Micromechanical Issues in Maintaining Tooth Longevity - One- to two-hour lectures
    • The Restoration of Severely Broken Down Teeth - Three- to four-hour lectures
    • The Clinical Effects of Microleakage - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Esthetic Principles of Smile Restoration - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Clinical Significance of Marginal Fit - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Therapeutic Uses Of Glass Ionomer - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Management of Rampant Caries - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Shade Matching - One-hour lecture
    • Why Do We Polish? - One-hour lecture
    • Tooth Wear and Indications for Treatment - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Differential Treatment Planning for Amalgam, Composites and Glass Ionomers; and Repair versus Replacement of Restorations - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Extension for Prevention: Margin Placement - One-hour lecture
    • The Effect of Occlusion on Restorations and Teeth - One-hour lecture

     

    Topics may be combined to create presentations up to 4 hours in length.

  • Dr. Alan Law

    Alan Law, D.D.S., Ph.D.
    The Dental Specialists
    651.636.1072
    Email: endolaw@comcast.net

    Topics:

    • Regenerative Endodontics - Target audience: dentists, 60- to 90-minute lecture
    • The Non-odontogenic Toothache - Target audience: dentists, 60- to 180-minute lecture
    • Managing Endodontic Pain* - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60-minute lecture
    • Managing the Anxious Endodontic Patient: A Team Approach* - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60- to 90-minute lecture
    • Managing Endodontic Emergencies - Target audience: dentists, dental assistants, 60- to 90-minute lecture
    • Managing Endodontic Infections - Target audience: dentists, 60-minute lecture
    • Internal (Nonvital) Bleaching - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60-minute lecture
    • Endodontic Diagnosis - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60- to 90-minute lecture

    Dr. Law's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day programs.

    *These lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Ms. Patricia Lenton

    Patricia Lenton, G.D.H., M.A.
    Department of Diagnostic & Biological Sciences
    612.624.9669
    Email: lento001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Health Literacy for the Dental Office - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60- to 90-minutes lecture
    • Diabetes and the Dental Professional - Target audience: all dental professionals, 60- to 90-minutes lecture
    • Bad Breath: Do We Really Have To Talk About It? - Target audience: dental assistants & dental hygienists, 60- to 90-minutes lecture
    • Chronic Inflammation: Its Role in Oral Health - Target audience: dental hygienists, 60- to 90-minutes lecture

    Ms. Lenton's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day presentations.

  • Dr. Naty Lopez

    Naty Lopez, Ph.D., M.Ed., B.S.N.
    Division of Primary Dental Care
    612.626.2382
    Email: lopez216@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Cultural Awareness - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Cultural Competency for a Diverse Patient Population - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Cultural Diversity - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Health Literacy - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Understanding Cultural Groups - One- to two-hour lectures; workshop or simulation activity possible
    • Cross-Cultural Communication - One- to two-hour lectures; workshop or simulation activity possible

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. James Miller

    James R. Miller, D.D.S., M.S.
    Division of Orthodontics
    763.544.2211 office
    Email: mill0201@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Informed Consent in Dentistry & Orthodontics - 1-2 hour lecture
    • Facial Proportions and Smile Esthetics - 1-2 hour lecture
    • Complex Case Management in Orthodontics - 1-2 hour lecture
    • Skeletal Anchorage in Orthodontics - 1-2 hour lecture
    • Arch Space Analysis in Orthodontics - 1-2 hour lecture

    Dr. Miller's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances and would be of interest to all members of the dental team.
     

  • Dr. Leesa Morrow

    Leesa Morrow, Ph.D., J.D., L.P.
    TMD and Orofacial Pain
    612.624.6946
    Email: morro090@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Difficult Patients
    • Noncompliant Patients
    • Management of Chronic Pain
    • Behavioral Treatment of TMD
    • Treatment of Dental Phobia
    • Bioethics
    • Malpractice Risk Management

    Dr. Morrow's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, from one to three hours.

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Richard Nadeau

    Richard Nadeau, D.D.S., M.P.H.
    Division of Comprehensive Dental Care
    612.625.5955
    Email: nadea001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Record Keeping Fundamentals (Minnesota Core Competency) - 45 minutes to 3 hours

    Dr. Nadeau's lecture can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Kevin Nakagaki

    Kevin Nakagaki, D.D.S.
    HealthPartners Midway Dental Group
    651.254.7373
    Email: kevin.n.nakagaki@healthpartners.com

    Topics:

    • Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office - Two-hour lecture
    • Dental Management of Head and Neck Cancer - Two- to three-hour lecture
    • Dental Management of Patients with Special Needs - One-hour lecture
    • Antibiotic Use in Dentistry - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Pain Management in Dentistry - One-hour lecture
    • Coagulation - Two-hour lecture
    • Hepatitis and HIV - Two- to three-hour lectures
    • Bisphosphonates and Osteonecrosis of the Jaws - One-hour lecture
    • Dental Management of the Medically Compromised Patient - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Xerostomia, Meth Mouth, and Root Caries: Who's Your Daddy? - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Infection Control/Waterlines (Core Requirement) - One-hour lecture

    Dr. Nakagaki's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day programs.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Nelson Rhodus

    Nelson L. Rhodus, D.M.D., M.P.H.
    Division of Oral Medicine, Diagnosis and Radiology
    612.625.0693
    Email: rhodu001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    Medical Conditions

    • Cardiovascular
    • Infectious
    • Immune/Autoimmune
    • Diabetes
    • Hepatitis

    Oral Cancer - One- to three-hour lectures

    Oral Lesions - One- to five-hour lectures

    Xerostomia - One- to three-hour lectures

    Drugs - One- to five-hour lectures

    Dr. Rhodus' lectures on medical conditional can be combined for presentations from 1 to 10 hours in length.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Sheila Riggs

    Sheila Riggs, D.D.S., D.M.Sc.
    Department of Primary Dental Care
    612.626.5751
    Email: sriggs@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Dental Therapy Program

    Dr. Riggs' lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances.

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Eric Schiffman

    Eric L. Schiffman, D.D.S., M.S.
    Division of TMD & Orofacial Pain
    612.625.5146
    Email: schif001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Differential Diagnosis of TMD - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Differential Diagnosis of Orofacial Pain - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Treatment of TMD - One- to three-hour lecture
    • Treatment of Orofacial Pain - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Current Research Findings for Treatment of Orofacial Pain - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Management of TMD by the General Dentist - One- to two-hour lecture
    • Medication Use for TMD - One-hour lecture
    • Self Care for TMD - 30-minute to one-hour lecture
    • Epidemiology of TMD - One- to two-hour lecture

    Dr. Schiffman's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances, including all-day presentations.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Karl Self

    Karl Self, D.D.S., M.B.A.
    Division of Dental Therapy
    Department of Primary Dental Care
    612.625.2161
    Email: selfx001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Cultural Competency in Health Care - 30-minute to 2-hour lectures
    • Dental Therapy - 30-minute to 2-hour lectures
    • Oral Health Care Access -Includes issues of health care disparities. One- to two-hour lectures 

    Dr. Self's lectures would be of interest to the entire dental team. 

  • Dr. Daniel Shaw

    Daniel Shaw , D.M.D., M.S.D.
    Division of Pediatric Dentistry
    612.625.2670
    Email: shawx002@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Caries Risk Assessment, Infant Oral Exam, Individualized Prevention Program - One-hour lecture
    • Fluroide - Systemic, Topical (F Varnish), Supplements, Mouthrinses - One-hour lecture
    • Sealants - 1.5-hour lecture
    • Behavior Guidance/Management for Child Dental Patients - Two- to three-hour lecture
    • Traumatic Injuries in Primary Teeth - One-hour lecture
    • Traumatic Injuries in Young Permanent Teeth - One-hour lecture
    • Nonnutritive Sucking Habits - One-hour lecture
    • Restorative Procedures for Primary Teeth

    Dr. Shaw's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances including all day programs.

    Topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Stephen K. Shuman

    Stephen K. Shuman, D.D.S., M.S.
    Oral Health Services for Older Adults Program
    612.626-0158
    Email: shuma001@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Riding the Age Wave: Changes and Challenges for Dental Professionals - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Recognizing and Managing Medical Risk in Older Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Common Medical-Dental Management Issues for Older Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Alzheimer's Disease & Dental Care: Things to Remember When Patients Forget - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Drugs and the Elderly: Better Living Through Chemistry? - One- to two-hour lectures
    • New Tips for Managing Older Patients - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Roots of All Evil: Caries Management in Older Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Treatment Planning for Older Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Clinical Impact of Biological Aging - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Osteoporosis and Oral Health - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Ethical and Legal Issues in Special Patient Care - One- to two-hour lectures
    • The Medical-Dental Connection in Geriatric Oral Health - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Honor Thy Father and Mother: Recognizing & Responding to Elder Abuse - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Being There: Dental Team Roles in Palliative and Hospice Care - One- to two-hour lectures
    • A Guide to Safe Patient Handling for the Dental Team - One- to three-hour lectures
    • Nursing Home & Long-Term Care Dentistry - Multiple topics.

    Dr. Shuman's lectures on Nursing Home & Long-Term Care Dentistry can be combined for presentations from 1 hour to 3 days in length.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Ms. Peg J. Simonson

    Peggy J. Simonson, R.D.H., B.S.
    Oral Health Services for Older Adults Program
    612.625.9182
    Email: simon018@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • New Tips for Managing Older Adult Patients - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Roots of All Evil: Caries Prevention for Older Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Preventive Care for Older Adults: Beyond the "Prophy" - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Nursing Home & Long-Term Care Dentistry - Multiple topics.

    Ms. Simonson's lectures on Nursing Home & Long-Term Care Dentistry can be combined for presentations from 1 hour to 3 days in length.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. R. Bruce Templeton

    R. Bruce Templeton, D.M.D.
    Department of Primary Dental Care
    612.629.7307
    Email: rbtempleton@comcast.net

    Topics:

    • Avoiding Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office - 1 to 3 hour lectures
    • Dental Sleep Medicine - 1 to 3 hour lectures

    The lecture topics would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

  • Dr. Jasmine Yesil

    Jasmine Yesil, M.S., B.D.S.
    Division of Pediatric Dentistry
    612.625.0694
    Email: jyesil@umn.edu

    Topics:

    • Caries in Children and Adolescents - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Risk Assessment for Children and Young Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Prescription Writing for Children and Young Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Fluorides for Children and Young Adults - One- to two-hour lectures
    • Digital Radiographs for Children - One-hour lecture
    • Informed Consent and Confidentiality for Children and Adolescents - One-hour lecture
    • Ethics - One-hour lecture
    • Restorative and Treatment Planning for Children and Adolescents - One-hour lecture
    • Dietary Review - One-hour lecture

    Dr. Yesil's lectures can be adapted to specific needs and time allowances.

    The lectures would also be of interest to dental hygienists and dental assistants.

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