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The Booming Geriatric Population: Guess What, They Have Teeth! 
Presenter: Dr. Lou Graham Release Date: 11/18/21
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 11/18/24
   

In just two generations, life expectancies have increased 20 years. With that, you as a clinician are now faced with far more dentulous dentistry in the older population subset. These patients provide wonderful opportunities for you to help, as they present with daily restorative challenges that are entirely different than those of younger patients. Why? Because aging oral issues are, in fact, the perfect recipe for geriatric caries. The reasons for this are many, including large embrasures (food traps), aged dental margins, poor diets, decreased saliva, and decreased dexterity for optimal prevention. This CE webinar will present clear approaches for you to treat these patients. It will also highlight the latest restorative materials and techniques to best help in these clinical situations.

During this CE webinar, the participant will
• Learn new approaches to reparative dentistry, such as upping your game with moisture-friendly restorative materials
• Discover new techniques for selective caries removal (of all ages!)
• Learn how decades of research can help you save pulps every day
• See step-by-step clinical casework that makes so much sense!   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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