Successfully Treating Older Adults: Techniques for the Entire Dental Team
Alsip, IL • May 1, 2020 • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
GC America Inc. Education Center
3737 West 127th Street
Alsip, IL 60803
Ticket Packages
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Course Information
According to the ADA, thirty percent of the income in the typical general practice today comes from seniors. This percentage is increasing rapidly as the number of these patients double to over 79 million over the next few years. Providing dental care for older patients is very rewarding but also challenging due to complex dental and medical conditions that become more common with age. In this entertaining and informative presentation, solutions to common everyday problems in older patients are clearly explained to give you increased confidence when treating seniors. Catch the Age Wave and prepare your practice for a successful present and future!    
Speaker Information

Randy F. Huffines, DDS, FRCSEd is the Director of Geriatric Dentistry at the Quillen Medical Center in Johnson City, Tennessee. He holds faculty appointments in colleges of dentistry, medicine, nursing, and allied health. Randy is a Past President and Fellow of the American Society for Geriatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Association of Hospital Dentists, Diplomate of the American Board Special Care Dentistry, and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Credit Information
This course is offered for 5 CEU. GC America Inc. is approved for awarding AGD PACE and NBC continuing education credits. 
Cancellation Policy
GC America Inc. reserves the right to cancel or postpone any conference because of unforeseen circumstances or insufficient enrollment. GC America Inc. manufactures and distributes products that may be discussed in this course.
5 CE for $129 (lunch included)
Learning Objectives
  • Better treat adults with cardiovascular disease, dementia, stroke, Parkinson’s, COPD, and cancer.
  • Properly manage patients on “blood thinners” (anticoagulants and antiplatelets)
  • Describe the new bisphosphonate recommendations
  • Apply the new ADA preventive guidelines to seniors (including SDF)
  • Describe innovative techniques for restoring root caries
  • Avoid communication problems with older adults
  • Apply heterogeneity of aging to treatment planning
  • Manage xerostemia with newly developed products
  • Apply the new ADA antibiotic guidelines to seniors
  • Dispel myths about periodontal disease and aging
  • Discuss implant and innovative prosthetic techniques for seniors

Target Audiences
Healthcare Professionals