The Perfect Dental Storm: The Interaction of Disturbed Sleep, TMD, Erosion, Bruxism and Saliva
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Speaker: Gene T. Santucci, DDS, MA, FACD
Credit Hours: 1.5
Subject Code: 149 – Multi-Disciplinary Topics
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In past years, a severely worn dentition was diagnosed simply due to stress induced parafunctional habits and prior to that , malocclusion. Today, we must be cognizant of multifactorial etiologic factors which contribute to the end product. This Webinar will discuss several of these contributing factors and possible treatment sequences.
1. Evaluate a worn dentition with a fresh set of diagnostic criteria
2. Identify new paradigms for treatment sequences
3. Understand the interaction of several comorbidities and how they may influence your treatment plan
Speaker: Eugene T. Santucci DDS, MA, FACD
Dr. Santucci received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from Temple University. He received his Masters Degree in Educational Psychology from the University of the Pacific. Upon graduation he completed a Hospital Dental Residency in Great Lakes Illinois and served as a Navy Dentist in Yokohama, Japan. Dr. Santucci is an Associate Professor at Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry in the Department of Dental Reconstructive Therapy. He has made significant contributions to major textbooks and published numerous articles in prominent dental journals. Dr. Santucci has lectured nationally and internationally on the topics of Sleep Disorders, Dental Esthetics, Dental Occlusion, Ergonomics, Temporomandibular Disorders and Dental Photography. Dr. Santucci is a member of OKU national dental honor society, a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, a Diplomate in the American Academy of Pain Management, membership in the Pierre Fauchard Academy along with the Amercian Dental Association and California Dental Association. Dr. Santucci has served as president of the Pacific Dugoni Alumni Association as well as president of OKU national dental honor society.
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December 7, 2016
December 7, 2019