October 26, 2018 at 8:30 AM to October 27, 2018 at 4:00 PM
|Provider||New York State AGD Learning Center|
|Speaker||Drs. Zev Schulhof, James Uyanik and David Glotzer|
These course satisfies the Mastership requirement in Anesthesia/ Pain Management/ Sedation/ Pharmacology. Early Bird Special....Sign up Now!
Empire State Master’s Program Presents
Dr. Zev Schulhof "Mastering Pain Control and Anxiety
Dr. James Uyanik “Orofacial Pain and Dysfunction”
Dr. David Glotzer "Current Concepts in Cariology"
NYSAGD Learning Center, 1902 Whitestone Expressway, Ste 204, Whitestone, NY
Friday, October 26 - Registration 8:00 am, Lecture 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Saturday, October 27 – Lecture 8:30am to 4:00pm
Sunday, October 28 – Case Presentations on Oral Surgery 9:30am
This program is open to all dentists including pre-fellows as credit is applied towards Mastership
Friday, October 26, 2016 Presentation by Dr. Zev Schulhof "Mastering Pain Control and Anxiety" Subject code: 340
Dr Zev Schulhof is an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon as well as a Physician. Dr Schulhof is a Clinical Instructor at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, and maintains a private practice in Teaneck, NJ. Dr. Schulhof publishes articles regularly for national medical publications and lectures nationally on various topics including Implantology, Oral & Maxillofacial Reconstruction and Bone grafting, Medical Emergencies and Anesthesia, as well as Cosmetic Surgery.Dr. Schulhof is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, President of the Academy of Facial Cosmetics, as well as a Member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
After taking this course doctors will gain an understanding of:
How to Identify the anxious patient
Pre-procedural Anxiolysis including pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic methods
Pre-procedural evaluation and signs to delay treatment
New techniques in local anesthesia to decrease pain, increase potency and decrease time delay including buffering your local anesthetic
Review of current local anesthetics, maximum dosages in adult and pediatric patients
Complications and intervention of local anesthesia and anxiolytic treatment
Emergency management armamentarium
Saturday, October 27- 8:30am to 12:30pm - Presentation by Dr. James Uyanik "Oral Pain and Dysfunction" Subject code: 200
Dr. James Uyanik is a diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain. He is currently the director of the NYU Center for Orofacial and Head Pain as well as associate clinical professor and the director of the Tribeca Center for Facial and Head Pain. Formerly he directed Columbia University’s Center for Oral, Facial and Head Pain. In addition, Dr. Uyanik is section chief of Orofacial Pain at St Barnabas Hospital where he teaches numerous residents
Pain management has become a significant part of our healthcare system. Due to the complex nature of these pain patients there is a need to better understand the sub-specialties within the broader field of pain management. Orofacial pain and dysfunction is an area that has long been associated with difficult and complex pain patients. Various disorders fall under the scope of orofacial pain including: temporomandibular disorder (TMD), neuralgia, neuropathic pain, oromandibular dystonia and headache. It is crucial to have a proper working differential diagnosis while treating these individuals. Treatment plans usually include: pharmacological management, appliance therapy, physical therapy, surgical therapy (injections) and home care.
Various orofacial pain disorders like trigeminal neuralgia and trigeminal neuropathic pain may manifest in the intra-oral region and replicate odontogenic pain complaints. These disorders may be peripherally and/or centrally mediated and should be ruled out in order to avoid incorrect diagnoses and unnecessary treatments. Current evidence based diagnosis and treatment protocols will be discussed for these complex disorders.
1. To conduct a thorough orofacial pain consult.
2. To become familiar with various orofacial pain disorders that mimic pain of odontogenic origin.
3. To be able to differentially diagnose between trigeminal neuralgia, trigeminal neuropathic pain, myofascial pain syndrome, and atypical facial pain.
4. To be able to treat these various orofacial pain disorders.
Saturday, October 27 – 12:45pm to 4:00pm Presentation by Dr. David Glotzer "Oral Pain and Dysfunction" Subject code: 010
Dr. Glotzer is a graduate of NYU College of Dentistry.He has served as a colonel in the US Army, and is a recipient of the Legion of Merit award. Dr Glotzer is Clinical Professor in the Department of Cariology and Comprehensive Care at NYUCD. He serves as course director for the General Dentistry Simulation II Course. Dr. Glotzer has been involved in two major areas of interest at the College. One is the paradigm shift in the approach to Caries from a surgical to a medical approach and to the understanding that caries is a bacterial infection caused by specific bacteria, and is a reversible multifactorial process. The second is an initiative to define a role for dentists in a public health surge response to a major disaster situation. This includes being on the Dean's Committee for Catastrophe Response, involved in curriculum changes, teaching a disaster preparedness course, developing an emergency management plan, and participation in a DHS grant.
Course objectives and outline.
Dr Glotzer will discuss the paradigm shift in the treatment of caries. Topics will include CAMBRA (Caries management by Risk Assessment),, , caries risk factors, role of saliva, clinical protocols, , home protocols, treatment of non-cavitated lesions,, changes in the restorative designs, caries classifications, ICDAS, occlusal caries, sealants.
Early bird – Members: $850 Till October 5
Regular registration: $925 after October 5
Resident/New Dentist: $550
The Empire State Mastership Track is a “Protocol” program that complies with the standards and guidelines of AGD’s Council on Dental Education. In order to receive full participation credit the participant will be required to do a case presentation based on an in-office procedure that reflects the material taught by the instructor. The fee for this program includes the case presentation session, held approximately 6 months after the initial meeting. This program is open to all dentists including pre-fellows as credit is applied towards Mastership.
New York AGD is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement.
The current term of approval extends from 01/01/2014 to 12/31/2018. Provider ID # 219318