Douglas Damm, DDS
Thursday, April 12, 2012
9 am – 4:30 pm (lunch break 12 - 1:30 pm)
Recommended for: Dentists, Hygienists, Assistants
6 CE Credits
The course concentrates on various patterns of acute and chronic oral ulcerations and erosions. These lesions are the most common symptomatic mucosal pathoses encountered by oral health practitioners. The discussions are presented in a format that insures easy utilization of the information; and all of those in attendance are encouraged to participate and ask questions related to their previous experiences with these pathologic conditions. During the discussion of each disorder, the clinical features, differential diagnosis, route toward definitive diagnosis, appropriate therapy and prognosis will be presented. High quality clinical photographs are used extensively to clarify and explain thoroughly each included disease process.
At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to:
Appropriately classify symptomatic oral ulcerations and erosions
Formulate an accurate differential diagnosis of acute and chronic oral ulcerations and erosions
Arrive at an accurate definitive diagnosis of acute and chronic oral ulcerations and erosions
Appropriately manage patients with acute and chronic oral ulcerations and erosions
Understand the long-term outlook for patients affected with a variety of acute and chronic oral ulcerations and erosions.
Dr. Damm is a Professor of Oral Pathology at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in Lexington, KY. He received his undergraduate education at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Subsequently, his education was continued at Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in New Orleans where he received his DDS in 1977. After graduation, he began his residency at Emory University School of Dentistry and received his Certificate in Oral Pathology in 1979. Dr. Damm has been a Diplomate in the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology since 1982 and is a Past-President of the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology.