2019 CE Course C4: “Whisk Away Clinical Dental Practice Challenges”
May 31 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$50.00 – $85.00
Friday May 31, 2019
Vermont Technical College , Dental Hygiene Classroom, Williston, VT
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
In this interactive seminar, hygienists discuss a variety of clinical dental hygiene and dental practice challenges via group exercises and case studies. Participants are requested to submit challenges they have faced at the start of the program; the speaker also presents a variety of miscellaneous issues that can arise within the scope of daily dental hygiene practice. Example: Patient has huge bilateral mandibular tori and is a gagger. How do we x-ray effectively? How do we motivate patients who are non-compliant? How do we address inflammatory conditions that may be systemically linked, such as lichen planus? How do we manage referral challenges with our doctors? Efforts are made to attain group feedback and resolution.
- Explore and resolve, via group discussion and case studies, a variety of clinical challenges in our dental hygiene practices.
- Consider the ergonomic and visual benefits of loupe magnification in treatment of patients
- Learn take home pearls that increase our value to dental practices.
- Leave with practical clinical solutions to be implemented immediately.
This course is sponsored by an educational grant from Q-Optics.
Presented by: Eileen Morrissey, RDH, MS
Eileen Morrissey, RDH, MS, is a practicing dental hygienist in New Jersey. She serves as a dental hygiene adjunct faculty member at RCBC in NJ. She lectures nationally. She is a national AADH provider, and a member of the ADHA. She has published 100+ articles in RDH Magazine, the Seattle Study Club Journal, Modern Hygienist, The New Jersey Journal of Dentistry, and others. She can be reached at 609-259-8008, or [email protected]. Visit her website at www.eileenmorrissey.com.REGISTER