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          ESSENTIALS OF THE GERIATRIC DENTAL PATIENT

          Margaret J. Fehrenbach, RDH, MS

          Course Contents:

          Instructions

          Objectives

          Introduction

          Aging Process

          Oral Aging Process

          Summary of Oral Changes Due to Aging

          Tooth Loss and Aging

          Dry Mouth and Aging

          Oral Cancer and Aging

          Tobacco Cessation and Alcohol Intake

          Dental Service for the Geriatric Population

          Conclusion

          Resources

          Bibliography
          Test Questions
          Answer Sheet
          Course Evaluation

           

          Course Objectives:

          Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

          Recognize that older adults are a diverse and growing population
           
          Uncover and dispel any myths connected to the geriatric population and understand the reality of aging
           
          Discuss the aging process, including that which occurs in the oral cavity
           
          Discover the factors that are important when creating dental treatment plans for older adults
             
          Discover resources on dental care for the geriatric population
             
          Integrate the knowledge of the geriatric patient into the creation of comprehensive dental treatment plans for this population

           


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