Presenter: Irina Dragan, DDS, MS; David C. Alexander, BDS, MSc, DDPH; J. Kobi Stern, DMD, MSc; Stuart Beauchamp, DMD; Marielle Beauchamp, DMD; and Colin S. Richman, DMD Provider: AEGIS Publications, LLC Source: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry Commercial Supporter:
Align Technology, Inc. and Invisalign®
Cost: $0.00 CDE Credits:
1 Interactive CEU
Irina Dragan, DDS, MS, and David C. Alexander, BDS, MSc, DDPH, host Compendium-published clinicians in one-hour CE discussions that will explore the challenges and rewards of collaborative care. These fast-paced sessions will highlight the clinicians’ rationale to a collaborative approach in developing the chosen treatment plan, discuss alternative treatment plans, and critically evaluate the outcomes with respect to the patient’s preferences and guidance from the referring dentist.
The presenters report no conflicts of interest associated with the material in this program.
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Complex Case Discussions: Surgically Facilitated Orthodontic Treatment
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:00pm ET
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Describe how multiple specialties work together across classic boundaries for improved care of the referred patient
Assess the advantages of collaboration in planning and delivering care beyond unidimensional and traditional barriers
Review elements that inform treatment planning from the perspective of the patient, the general practitioner, and the specialist