Managing Traumatic Dental Injuries in Primary and Young Permanent Teeth

Traumatic injuries to the oral region frequently occur in children, and these emergencies present a challenge to clinicians. Traumatic Dental Injuries (TDI) also have significant adverse functional, esthetic, and psychological effects on children. Spend a day examining evidence-based clinical insights on current techniques available to manage traumatic dental injuries in young patients.
Course Type:

Register for Upcoming Sessions

January 15, 2021

Location:

Zoom Webinar

Course Number: CF2664

Description

Learn How To

  • Examine patient factors in trauma
    1. Behavior guidance
    2. Developmental issues
  • Analyze parental factors in trauma
    1. Psychosocial considerations
    2. Financial impact and reality
  • Consider dentist and dental team factors in trauma care
    1. Schedule interruption
    2. Knowledge and experience
  • Discuss types of traumatic dental injuries in primary and young permanent teeth
    1. Uncomplicated crown fracture
    2. Complicated crown fracture
    3. Crown-root fracture
    4. Root fracture
    5. Concussion
    6. Subluxation
    7. Lateral luxation
    8. Intrusion
    9. Extrusion
    10. Avulsion
  • Evaluate appropriate treatment options for different traumatic dental injuries
    1. Repositioning and splinting
    2. Cvek pulpotomy
    3. Composite restorations
    4. Esthetic crowns
  • Analyze the consequences of primary teeth TDI on the permanent successors

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, panel discussions, case studies

Credits and Fees

Tuition

$95

Credits

6 hours

Minnesota Credits

6 Fundamental Credit Hours


Includes CORE Subject Area:

  • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • Patient Communication

Schedule

Time

8:30 AM to 3:45 PM

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Presenters

Daniela Rodrigues Silva, DDS, MS, is the Dr. Thomas K. Barber Endowed Term Chair, the Director of the Pediatric Residency Program, an Associate Clinical Professor, and the Chair of the Section of Pediatric Dentistry in the Division of Associated Clinical Specialties at the UCLA School of Dentistry. She completed her dental degree at the Federal University of Goiás, Brazil, a pediatric dentistry certificate at the University of Castelo Branco, Brazil, and her certificate and master’s degree in pediatric dentistry at the University of Michigan. Before her work in California, Dr. Silva served as the Residency Program Chair at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. A Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Silva is also an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the California Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Her research areas of interest include caries diagnosis and prevention, pulp therapy, restorative dentistry, and dental trauma.

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30 Minutes Before Your Webinar Starts 

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  4. If prompted, download Zoom information or click Yes to run Zoom.
  5. Type in your first name and last initial, if prompted. Provide your email, if requested.
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  8. Locate the Q and A folder. If you have questions during the webinar, type your questions here. Our presenters respond to questions at the end of their allotted presentation time.

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Certificates of Completion

Our goal is to provide a personalized Certificate of Completion within 48 hours of the completion of the program.

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If you do not receive your certificate within 5 days of the program, email cdeumn@umn.edu. 

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