|3.23.2018 Successfully Treating ALL Patients with Anxiety & Special-needs, with Harvey Levy, DMD, MAGD
March 23 & 24, 2018
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|Treating patients with special needs or anxiety is often unfairly characterized as too difficult. If you have ever wondered about the best way to manage these appointments, we encourage you to attend this two-day course designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to treat all patients!
This case-based course will help participants understand how to work with and effectively treat patients, from the apprehensive to the combative, from infancy to old age, who are living with a variety of physical and mental health disorders. Using these cases, Dr. Levy will illustrate criteria for case selection, protocols for pre- and postoperative care, and practical clinical tips for greater intraoperative efficiency. Day Two will include a workshop in which participants will have the opportunity to put into practice a number of Dr. Levy's tips and tricks for successfully treating anxious and special needs patients! Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to implement or augment special needs dentistry within their own practices.
Date: March 23 & 24, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Subject Code: 750 (Lecture & Participation) Credit Hours: 12
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Speaker Information: HARVEY LEVY, D.M.D., MAGD practices general and hospital dentistry in Frederick, Maryland, where he advocates and emphasizes comprehensive dental care for individuals with anxiety or special needs. He graduated from Tufts Dental in 1974, did the two-year GP Residency Eastman in Rochester, practiced in Michigan, taught at Hospital University of Penn, and now teaches at University of Maryland Dental School. Dr. Levy has authored 40 publications and presented 150 courses and webinars. Click here for more information
Dr. Levy has earned Mastership and five Lifelong Learning Service Recognitions by the Academy of General Dentistry along with nine fellowships, five diplomate certificates, and board certification in Integrative Medicine. His work with special needs patients has earned him the AGD Humanitarian Award, the ADA Access to Care Award, the Maryland Governor’s Doctor of the Year Award, the Maryland State Dental Association’s First Humanitarian Award, Morgan State Public Health Award, Special Care Dentistry’s Saul Kamen Award, Tufts University Alumni Distinguished Achievements Award, and the honor of running the 2002 Olympic Torch representing patients with special needs.