Date(s) - May 11, 2021
5:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Hilton Sacramento Arden West
2200 Harvard Street
Sacramento, CA 95815
Numb, Numb-er, and Numb-est: The Latest Anesthesia Pearls
3 CEU, Core • $75 Member Price
5:45-6:45pm – Registration & Vendors
6:50-7:15pm – Announcements & Dinner
7:30-9:00pm – Speaker • 3 CE units, Core
This lecture is designed for anyone who wishes to expand their understanding of the newest pharmacologic agents and delivery techniques of local anesthesia. A range of new anesthesia products, some already available and some still in development, will be presented, along with discussion of how and when to best use our various agents. We will also address how best to anesthetize “hot” tooth and gum situations and other possible “anesthesia failure” problems that we all run into.
Participants will learn:
- The common causes of local anesthesia failures and how to better overcome them.
- How to achieve more effective and predictable anesthesia for any dental treatment procedure.
- The science behind new anesthetics and techniques that are now available in the dental marketplace or that are currently being researched.
- How to apply the latest anesthetic agent technology to your daily practice to achieve profound patient anesthetic comfort.
Alan Budenz, DDS:
Dr. Budenz is professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Vice Chair of the Department of Diagnostic Sciences at the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco. He received his graduate degree in Anatomy from UCLA, and his dental degree from UCSF. He has more than 35 years of general practice experience in San Francisco as well as teaching clinical, preclinical, and anatomy courses at Pacific since 1984. Dr. Budenz has had the pleasure to lecture nationally and internationally on local anesthesia, human anatomy, cariology, and oral medicine/oral pathology topics since 1994.
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