This comprehensive course is specifically created for pediatric dentists, general dentists, and pediatric medical providers who are interested in understanding and diagnosing RTOTS, as well as being a part of the infant’s health care team. Practical information you can use immediately in your practice.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR THIS COURSE:
» Identifying, assessing and diagnosing lingual, buccal and maxillary in infants and toddlers
» Understanding on how ankyloglossia should be part of the differential diagnosis in sleep disordered breathing and OSA in infants and toddlers
» Understanding infant air induced reflux is not GERD
» Choosing the right laser in the release or revisions of RTOTS
» Post-surgery care for the surgical area and patient
» Understanding why the concept of an anterior and posterior lingual tie is no longer acceptable terminology
» After care for revisions and avoiding any complications
Non-Dentists: There will be a special rate available for other healthcare professionals on June 1st and 2nd.