Adventures and Advances in Managing Traumatic Dental Injuries
A HADS CE Program, Sponsored by PDAIS
Presented by Dr. Anthony DiAngelis
When: Friday, April 5, 2013
Where: Park Inn, Mechanicsburg
Credits: There will be 7 CE Credits of which 7 will be applicable to Pennsylvania dental licensure renewal
Traumatic dental injuries occur at the least convenient time and require of the practitioner a broad range of diagnostic and clinical skills. learn about rapid diagnosis of traumatic injuries; assessing prognosis and timing of future treatment; emergency splinting techniques; pupil, periodontal, and restorative considerations. Contemporary management of luxation injuries; root fractures and coronal fractures will be presented. The lecture is amply illustrated with numerous case presentations.
This presentation will provide an overview of treatment methods based on the most recently published Guidelines for the Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries published by the International Association of Dental Traumatology in 2012, with an emphasis on minimizing complications while enhancing prognosis.
- How to rapidly assess and document traumatic injuries
- How to provide emergency care and stage future treatment
- Which factors influence ultimate prognosis
- When and how long to splint injured teeth
- How to minimize complications associated with dentoalveolar trauma
- How to treat evulsion, luxation injuries, root and tooth fractures.
Dr. Anthony DiAngelis
Anthony J. DiAngelis, D.M.D., M.P.H., is currently a Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and Chief of Dentistry at Hennepin County Medical Center. He is a 1969 graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and received his Master's in Public Health from the University of Minnesota where he has been on faculty since 1972. Throughout his academic career Dr. DiAngelis has maintained a private practice in Minneapolis.
Dr. DiAngelis has been very active in organized dentistry, serving as President of The Minneapolis District Dental Society, past Chair of the Minnesota Dental Association's Scientific Session Committee as well as serving in leadership capacities in several national professional organizations. Dr. DiAngelis is a frequent guest lecturer both nationally and internationally and has contributed numerous publications to the scientific literature as well as having served or currently serving on the editorial boards of JADA, Quintessence, Dental Abstracts and Dental Traumatology. He has lectured to dentists throughout the world on the clinical management of traumatic dental injuries. Dr. DiAngelis has served on the Board of the International Association of Dental Traumatology (IADT) for the past ten years and has most recently served as President-Elect. Dr. DiAngelis chaired the IADT committee which recently published the 2012 IADT Guidelines for the management of dental traumatic injuries.
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