April 27, 2018 

Anesthesia: Case based focused review of techniques and potential office complications

12:30 - 4:30 p.m.
presented by Stuart E. Lieblich, DMD, FACD, FICD

4 CE credits recommended for dentists who hold an unrestricted or restricted permit I for anesthesia or use the services of an anesthesia provider with an unrestricted or restricted permit I.
The provision of ambulatory anesthesia is an important component of many dental practices. A contemporary review of anesthesia including a discussion of patient evaluation, medications and determining who can be treated in an office setting will be discussed. Actual case scenarios will be reviewed to illustrate various issues throughout the day. Included in the discussions will be some recommendations on local anesthetic use and integrating oral sedation into a practice. 

Upon completion of the course, the participant will:
Understand basic medical aspects of common systemic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurologic, and immunologic diseases and how they impact on our anesthesia options. 
Review common and some uncommon medical and anesthetic emergencies that may occur in the office. 
Provide oral sedation techniques.
Review management protocols of common medical emergencies that may occur in the office via actual case-based scenarios. 
Appropriate monitoring for dental anesthesia cases and interpretation of monitors

Sponsored in part by the Pennsylvania Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

 

About The Speaker


 

Stuart E. Lieblich, DMD, FACD, FICD 

Dr. Lieblich graduated from Rutgers University (Highest Honors, 1977) and the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine (1981). He completed his residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Kings County/Downstate Medical Center in New York. In 1984 he assumed a full-time position on the faculty of the University of Connecticut until 1988. Currently, he is in private practice in Avon, CT and maintains a part-time teaching appointment at the university as Clinical Professor. 

He is on the medical staff at Hartford Hospital, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital, John Dempsey Hospital (University of Connecticut Health Center) and Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (head, section of oral and maxillofacial surgery).

Dr. Lieblich has been a contributor to more than 20 textbooks and recently co-authored the textbook Anesthesia Complications in the Dental Office with Dr. Bosack. He has published more than 45 peer reviewed papers and abstracts. He is an invited speaker at conferences throughout the United States and has presented his research at international scientific meetings with focuses on ambulatory anesthesia, dental implants, dentoalveolar surgery and periapical surgery. 

Dr. Lieblich is a consultant for Pacira Pharmaceuticals and receives honorarium support from Pierrel Pharma.
 

 




PDA Public Service Award 
The PDA Annual Awards Committee selected David R. Russell, DMD, as the recipient of the 2015 PDA Public Service Award for establishing a permanent dental clinic to provide comprehensive care for the guests of the Bethesda Mission in Harrisburg. The philosophy of restoration of oral health, function and appearance is a critical component of restoration of the entire self – a core goal of the mission. PDA is proud to recognize Dr. Russell’s efforts on behalf of the underserved population in Central PA.


PDA Recognition Award 
Steven Roland Jefferies, DDS, MS, who holds more than 28 patents will receive the PDA Recognition Award for his research and contributions to the art and science of dentistry. During his 20 year career at DENTSPLY International Dr. Jefferies advanced dentistry through product development. In his second career, spanning more than 40 years, he has contributed to the profession by educating future dental leaders. The PDA Annual Awards Committee is pleased to honor Dr. Jefferies for his contributions to dentistry as a researcher and an educator.