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Update on medical management of dental patients, when to refer to a maxillofacial surgeon and complex dental rehabilitation

Postgraduate Department, Queen Victoria Hospital, Holtye Road,
East Grinstead, UK

'95% of two-week wait referrals to maxillofacial surgeons are for non-suspicious lesions and cause anxiety to patients on a suspected cancer pathway'

'Increasing numbers of patients are on new generation of anticoagulation and bone metabolic therapies which can influence dental treatment.'


Tuesday 9th October 2018 | Wednesday 19th December | Wednesday 27th March 2019

Aims:

• To provide an overview of how to manage complications during surgery

• To provide an overview on updates in the management of the anticoagulated patient

• To provide an overview on updates in the management of patient at risk of osteonecrosis of the jaws

• To provide an overview on the management of patients with 'at risk' lesions

• To provide an overview on the management of patients with complex medical histories requiring exodontia

• To provide an overview in the management of complex dental implant treatment and referral with emerging technologies

Objectives:

• To understand how to manage the medically compromised patient

• To understand the criteria for referring 'at risk' lesions

• To understand the principles of advanced dental implant techniques and emerging technologies


To secure your place onto this complimentary study club or for further information, please email your details to: Nicky Lambrou - with the subject heading 'Medical Management of Dental Patients' nicky.lambrou34@gmail.com

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