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GTA Periodontics Symposium

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Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites

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Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1B2

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Come join us for a day of high level exciting lectures:

1. Peridontics Module - Dr. Termei, Dr. Zahedi and Dr. Kermalli

2. Anesthesia Module - Dr. Brian Waxman - RCDSO Mandatory Emergency Drug Bootcamp

  • Discussing the drugs necessary for ALL dental offices in Ontario with an emphasis on indications, pharmacology, drug dosing, routes of administration.
  • Q and A for all anaesthesia topics

3. Oral Med/Path - Dr. Hagen Klieb

  • Topic – Oral suspicious lesions
  • Review the head and neck examination including necessary documentation for lesions
  • Review features of oral lesions that should raise suspicion for pre-cancer/cancer



Afternoon Session - Two options

DR. AVIV OUANOUNOU, BSc, MSc, DDS, FICD, FICO - Top 10 drugs - 3 credits CORE 1

Top 10 prescribed drugs: What do you need to know?

Pharmacology is the study of Drugs and their effects on the human body. Chronic medical conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, endocrine disorders and neurological conditions are very prevalent worldwide. In this course we will discuss the top 10 prescribed drugs in North America. We will review the pharmacological actions of these drugs, any reported adverse reactions and drug interactions associated with their use. We will review the effects of these medications on the oral cavity and any needed dental modifications for these patients. Specific emphasis will be given to the effects and interactions of these commonly prescribed drugs with those often given by dentists namely, local anaesthetics, analgesics, antibiotics and antifungals.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Identify the top 10 prescribed drugs.
2. Recognize the indications and contraindications of these commonly prescribed drugs.
3. Discuss the mechanism of action, adverse reactions and drug interactions of the most commonly prescribed medications.
4. Discuss the top 10 prescribed drugs and their interactions with dental treatment and commonly prescribed dental drugs.



Hygiene Module - Irene M. Iancu BSc, RDH, CTDP

Save Someone’s Life with an Extraoral Examination.
Abstract:
An extraoral examination can save a patient’s life. As clinicians, the goal is early evaluation and
identification of all things pathological. The focus for dental hygienists has been oral pathology
which, as allied healthcare professionals, there are components of your extraoral examination
that have been uncharted territory.
This lecture is designed to empower the dental hygienist to make notice to specific
dermatological tell-tale-signs of systemic disease. Utilizing case studies and condition imagery
to identify early signs of cardiovascular conditions, diabetes, and pre-diabetes. This lecture will
ignite a fire within every single person in the room to be more vigil to the extraoral as they are
to the intraoral.


LO’s:
1. Identify signs and symptoms of cardiovascular diseases, pre-cardiovascular diseases, diabetes
and insulin resistance.
2. Conduct an extraoral examination and provide documentation of potential warning signs.
3. Understanding Blood work metrics including HDL/LDL, Glucose levels and associated metrics.
4. Provide client specific periodontal considerations for clients with cardiovascular conditions
and diabetic precursors.

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Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1B2

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