Geriatric Dentistry: Let’s Doctor Up!
DR. GREG FOLSE
DATE: Wednesday, October 27, 2021
TIME: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
AUDIENCE: Entire Dental Team
CE UNITS: 3.0
LECTURE #: 037
AGD CODE: 750
MODERATORS: Dr. Cary Limberakis and Dr. Glenn Goodhart
Clinical patient management of aging/special needs patients can be both challenging and blessed. This lecture provides details on when, where, how to treat and when not to treat these patients, the “Deadly Five” conditions that stop or delay care as well as answers to many dental, medical, pharmacological and psychological concerns. New extraction techniques, preventive strategies, treating difficult denture patients and funding sources will also be discussed. By attending, your ability to safely and effectively treat this population and your opportunities to truly “doctor” these wonderful patients will be enhanced.
- The “Deadly Five” conditions that stop care
- When, where, and how to treat
- Handling adverse dental, medical, pharmacological, and psychological concerns
- New clinical tips, materials, and tx strategies
- Enhanced communication with non-verbal, cognitively-impaired patients
Early Bird Tuition by
OCTOBER 11, 2021
Second District Members: Complimentary*
ADA Members Outside of Second District: $155
Non-ADA Members: $255
See policy on LUNCHEON TICKETS.
Purchase a special FREEDOM PASS for $635.
*Complimentary lectures for Second District Dentists who practice in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery or Northampton counties and have paid their ADA/PDA/SD 2021 dues. (Hands-On Courses Not Included)
Gregory Folse, DDS
Geriatric Dentistry: Let’s Doctor Up (#037)
Difficult Denture Patients: Real World Solutions (#039)
Difficult Denture Patients (#040)
Dr. Folse is a true advocate for vulnerable patient populations around the world. Through his mobile, geriatric dental practice in Lafayette, Louisiana, Dr. Folse’s passion is to treat, and help others to treat, our country’s most vulnerable populations. Although he has testified in the US congress twice, written a federal bill that was introduced into congress three times, was featured for his work on the front page of the Washington Post, and his practice was featured on NBC Nightly News with Dianne Sawyer, he feels his crowning achievement is the daily provision of health to the vulnerable patients he serves. Dr. Folse cares deeply for his patients.