16th Annual Robert J. Feigal Symposium: Out-of-the-box Thinking in Pediatric Dentistry

The advancement of pediatric dentistry is our collective responsibility. Together, we encourage innovation, support up-and-coming pediatric professionals, and achieve high standards of ethical care—all while maintaining a happy and healthy dental team. To move the needle forward, we need to think outside of the box. Spend a day with insiders focused on sedation and airway insights, innovations in caries management, and tooth autotransplantation.

Register for Upcoming Sessions

September 16, 2022 8:30 am - September 16, 2022 3:45 pm

Session Location: 

Live Session or Zoom Webinar

The Wilder Center
451 Lexington Parkway North
St. Paul MN 55104

Course Number: CF3270

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Description

Learn How To

Autotransplantation:  A Changing Perspective on the Treatment of Children with Missing Teeth
  • Assess the role of autotransplantation in growing patients with missing teeth due to trauma or congenital absence
  • Develop a care team to provide autotransplantation and define the role each member plays
  • Select which teeth should be considered for autotransplantation
Minimal Intervention Approaches for Caries Management in Children and Today’s Materials in Pediatric Restorative Dentistry 
  • Differentiate the concepts of minimally invasive dentistry, minimal intervention approaches, and optimal personalized interventions
  • Assess the pros and cons of SDF, ITR/ART, and the Hall Technique 
  • Implement minimal intervention approaches into a specialty pediatric dentistry clinical practice
  • Analyze the best practices and products considerations in pediatric restorative dentistry
Do No Harm: Anesthetic Sedatives Harmful to Children and Optimizing the Pediatric Airway
  • ​Evaluate anesthetics commonly used in pediatric dentistry​ and why they are on the FDA's radar​
  • ​Consider today's research on anesthetics​ - Does anesthesia harm versus benefit young children in the dental setting​? ​
  • ​Analyze current views on pediatric airway management, including obstruction and its impact on sleep
  • ​Assess ​the pediatric dental professional's role in the treatment of airway obstruction conditions​, from initial strategies to orthodontic and medical referral​

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, panel discussions, case studies