ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION - 2 CE
THIS LIVE STREAMING WEBINAR WILL INCLUDE A QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
- Preregistration is required
- All registrations will be confirmed by email
- GoToWebinar log-in information will be sent by email within three(3) business days
- Each registrant must have a unique email address
- Attendees will receive their CE certificate by email three(3) business days after the webinar
- The webinar will be recorded and available on demand for credit in the Member Resources section of the NVDS website after the event.
The head and neck exam is one of the most important things a dentist can do for patients. This presentation will review common oral pathologies that you are likely to encounter during an exam, and it will improve your ability to construct differential diagnoses based on location and appearance. This presentation will also review concerning lesions such as oral potentially malignant disorders and signs of malignancy to help you stay vigilant. With new discoveries in head and neck cancer, this presentation will provide the most updated information on the process of cancer diagnosis and treatment.
• Synthesize oral anatomic subsites and most common pathology
• Highlight oral potentially malignant disorders
• Discuss the process of cancer diagnosis and treatment
About Our Presenter:
Sarah Glass grew up in Virginia. She attended Virginia Tech for her undergraduate degree and obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery from Virginia Commonwealth University. After dental school, she completed a three-year Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology residency at New York Presbyterian/Queens. Sarah Glass is a Fellow of the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Today, she works as an assistant professor at VCU School of Dentistry. Her job responsibilities include teaching, working in the biopsy service, seeing oral medicine patients, and conducting research.
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