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Continuing Dental Education

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e-Learning Opportunities

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Dr-Robert-Carroll-portrait-2014The Continuing Dental Education division of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto is committed to providing dental professionals with opportunities to improve their knowledge, skill and judgment throughout their professional career. Following a proud 140 year tradition at the University of Toronto, Continuing Dental Education programming balances rigorous, evidence-based science with the teaching of superior practical techniques.

Dr. Robert Carroll,
Assistant Dean, Continuing Dental Education and Professional Relations

Affiliated Course:

Update in Dentistry

What you’ve always wanted to know about the relationship between dentistry and medicine but were afraid to ask

presented by the Continuing Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Although this course is not directly provided by us, we believe it is indeed something that will appeal to many of our subscribers.

While medical advances are allowing patients to live longer, dentists face the challenge of treating patients with more complex medical conditions and a taking a greater array of medications.

This symposium will cover commonly encountered medical conditions and newer drugs which are particularly relevant to dentists.

Experts from the Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Dentistry will provide stimulating and insightful updates on pain management, guidelines for opioid use, temporomandibular disorders and oral cancer screening in a program that bridges the gaps between medicine and dentistry. Registrants will actively participate in small group workshops dedicated to topics that include oral pathology, orofacial pain, principles in the dental management of medically complex patients.

March 31st, 2017

Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre: Visit the conference website for details, including program, registration and fee information.