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Date(s) - October 9, 2015
8:00 am - 1:30 pm


SDDS Classroom
2035 Hurley Way, Suite 200

Event Details

From the Terrible Twos to the Terrible Teens: The Challenges and Rewards of Treating Them All

5 CEU, core • $185 Member Price

Treating children of all ages can be one of the greatest joys as a dentist. It is a separate skill set that enables practitioners to see these remarkable patients. In this course, we will look at how to approach patients ranging in age from two (they really aren’t all that “terrible”) to teens. Every age group poses interesting challenges and likewise each provides wonderful rewards. This is a program that is a “must” for all dentists who want to improve their abilities with younger patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Behavior management
  • Clinical pointers to navigate general practitioners through the “infant exam” up to the high school years
  • Issues with parents and their dental knowledge
  • And much more!

Presented by: Greg Psaltis, DDS

Dr. Greg Psaltis has been a pediatric dentist for 40 years, primarily in private practice in Olympia, Washington. In addition to enjoying his practice, he lectures frequently on pediatric topics, as well as communication skills and practice management. He has published in several professional journals and often vacations by volunteering in Mexico and Bolivia to provide care for children without hope of access of care. His unique speaking style reflects his years of experience and keen observations, thus making his programs informative and entertaining. He was recently given the Gordon J. Christensen Lecturer Recognition Award for excellence in professional presentations.

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