CONTINUING DENTAL EDUCATION AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS

August 3, 2017

Luncheons for Learning
Evaluation and Management of Pediatric Facial Swellings

Jeffrey C. Mabry, D.D.S., M.S.

FORMAT
One day a month a speaker discusses a dental topic during lunch. The sessions are informal and the group has an opportunity to interact with the speaker during the short discussion period at the end of the lecture. It requires only about one and one-half hour of your time to learn the latest developments in many areas of dentistry. It also offers the opportunity to become better acquainted with your colleagues and their staff since all dental allied personnel and technicians are also invited to attend.

OVERVIEW
Untreated dental caries and dental trauma can have devastating, and even life-threatening, consequences. Over 50% of pediatric facial swellings are from odontogenic origin. This course will review:
1. Background information on pediatric facial swellings
2. Clinical assessment of pediatric facial swellings, including: classification, challenges, five significant “Red Flags”
3. Clinical management of pediatric facial swellings, including: treatment philosophy,
key treatment principles, non-surgical management, surgical management

Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Recognize the consequences and potential complications of facial swellings in children
2. Discuss the classification system for facial swellings based on origin, location and severity
3. Recognize the most common non-odontogenic causes of pediatric facial swellings
4. Recognize the most common fascial spaces involved in pediatric odontogenic infections
5. Understand the systematic approach used to assess chil dren presenting with facial swellings
6. Identify the 5 significant “red flags” frequently associated with pediatric facial swellings
7. Discuss what drives the decision for hospital admission
8. Discuss the core principles of non-surgical (pharmaco logic) treatment
9. Discuss the core principles of surgical treatment

PRESENTER
Jeffrey C. Mabry, DDS, MS retired from the USAF in October, 2006. During his last USAF tour, he served as the Chairman, Pediatric Dentistry, 59th Dental Squadron, 59th Aeromedical Dental Group, Lackland AFB, TX. He served as the Chief Military Consultant to the USAF Surgeon General for Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Mabry currently serves as a Professor at the UT Health San Antonio, Department of Developmental Dentistry and is the Director of the Dental Center at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.

TIME
Check-in & Lunch: Dental School Main Campus Lobby, 11:30 AM
Program: Thursday, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

LOCATION
UT Health San Antonio

TUITION
Individual: $49.50
Includes Luncheon and Lecture

CREDIT (Course Code: 160466A)
AGD Code: 257 Hours: 1

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