ACDE Webinar | Differential Diagnosis of Pre-malignant Oral Lesions and Early Detection and Prevention of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Quo Vadis

Oral cancer is one of the most treatable cancers when diagnosed and treated early. Yet oral cancer (the sixth most common cancer in the world) is the only major cancer whose incidence is rising while all other cancers are declining. You are uniquely positioned to screen patients and detect oral cancer in its early, treatable stage. Learn the identification of oral cancer and precancerous lesions and how best to examine your patient. Discover new diagnostic adjunctive imaging technologies and develop genetic and proteomic biomarkers that hold promise for earlier detection. 

Course Type:

Register for Upcoming Sessions

March 1, 2024 1:00 pm - March 1, 2024 2:30 pm

All times for all events are in local Central Time.

Zoom Webinar

Course Number: CF4462

Enrollment is limited to 27.



Learn How To

  • Understand the importance of screening asymptomatic patients
  • Use adjunctive technologies to disclose and mark lesions
  • Choose the appropriate recommendation for action when suspicious lesions are found
  • Review the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation of oral cancer as well as precancerous lesions
  • Present evidence-based clinical techniques for examining and detecting oral cancer as well as precancerous lesions
  • Discover the latest techniques in oral screening, both aided and unaided.
  • Communicate the need for oral cancer screening to your patients

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, discussions, and case studies