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CE course: Minimally invasive dentistry for the pediatric patient

Jan. 9, 2017
Advances in technology have led to an increased understanding of dental treatment for children.

A peer-reviewed publication


Over the past century, modern dentistry has made great advances in scientific knowledge, specifically in pediatric dental care. New technology and materials have allowed practitioners to continue development in both research and clinical forums. These include, but are not limited to, minimally invasive diagnostics and greater understanding in the treatment of children.

Educational Objectives

During this course the participant will:

1. Recognize the specific principles and philosophies of pediatric dentistry.

2. Describe early caries assessment and diagnostics.

3. Identify characteristics of minimally invasive dentistry vs. traditional restorative care.

4. Recognize psychological methods and techniques for enhanced patient comfort and anxiety reduction.

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