Pediatric Caries Management and Pulp Therapy - Workshop

Course Fee: $

Early registration: $

CDE Credits: 7
no dates for 2019
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Daniela R. Silva, DDS, MS
Associate Clinical Professor and Chair, Pediatric Dentistry, Residency Program Director, Thomas K. Barber Chair in Pediatric Denistry, UCLA School of Dentistry

Enrollment in the Pediatric Caries Lecture on Saturday, April 8 is highly recommendend to receive the full benefit of this workshop.

Pediatric dentists and general dentists alike can benefit from this course. This 7-hour hands-on workshop is for you to learn how to apply the benefits of the glass ionomer cements in your practice and how to restore the primary teeth that most other providers would extract. Extracting the anterior or posterior primary dentition is not always the best option when it can otherwise be restored. You will also develop and improve your skills on how to perform pulp therapy and stainless steel crowns in primary teeth.

Learning Objectives
  • Know how and when to use glass ionomer cements for I.T.R. (Interim Therapeutic Restorations)
  • Indirect pulp treatment (IPT) and pulpotomy for primary molars
  • Stainless steel crowns for primary molars


speakers/instructors and topics are subject to change without prior notice