Times, they are changing. Dr. Chen will review dental caries new management strategies and new materials used to treat these pediatric restorative cases, including the non-invasive methods.
- To review different dental caries management tools including: Resin infiltration, Fluoride, CPPACP, Microabrasion, Bleaching, Activa
- Compare different materials used for primary and young permanent teeth restorations
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Dr. Jung-Wei Chen earned her DDS in 1996 at the Taipei Medical University School of Dentistry in Taipei, Taiwan. She graduated from the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 2000, receiving her Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry and a MS in Oral Biology. Dr. Chen taught in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the UT Dental Branch at Houston and studied at the UT Health Science Center at Houston, School of Health Information Science, where she earned her Master s and Doctoral degrees in Health Informatics. She has been a full-time Associate Professor and Program Director at the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in the Education Program in Pediatric Dentistry since 2008.
Instructor Disclosure of any conflicts of interest:
Dr. Chen does not have any conflicts of interest with this course.
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