TMD for the DSM Dentist Add-on Course
TMD for the DSM Dentist Course was a one-day course that took place the day prior to the 2023 AADSM Annual Meeting general session. This evidence-based course reviewed protocols for patient evaluation prior to treatment and strategies for managing treatment emergent TMD symptoms, ensuring that you have the knowledge and resources to support your TMD clinical decision-making and provide optimal patient care. The TMD for the DSM Dentist Course was recorded and available for purchase by clicking on the blue button.
Register for Annual Meeting and/or TMD Course Recordings
Course recordings will be available from July 10, 2023 until May 21, 2024. Information on how to access the recordings will be emailed on July 10, 2023.
Registration for the TMD for the DSM Dentist Course also includes access to the following pre-recorded lectures and demonstration videos (over a $100 value!) in the AADSM Online Learning Center:
- Evaluation and Management of the TMJ and Associated Muscles: A Physical Therapist’s Approach (1 CE Credit)
- Baseline TMJ and Muscle Examination (1.25 CE Credits)
Access to these recordings will be provided via the AADSM Online Learning Center.
Subha Giri, BDS, MS
Course Vice Chair
Imran Patel, DMD
At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Implement simple screening tools and examination protocols to identify TMJ and muscle baseline health or dysfunction and inform treatment planning for OSA;
- Review evidence and recognize contributing factors that increase risk for TMD with or without OAT;
- Weigh OSA disease severity, symptoms and comorbidities against TMD risk in clinical decision-making; and
- Describe physical therapy protocol and advanced TMD splint or injection therapies that collaborating specialists may use to treat TMD, allowing patients to continue with OAT.
Dental sleep medicine practitioners who want to provide optimal care for patients with a history of TMD or who have TMD complaints during OAT.
Topics and Speakers
|TMD and DSM: Bridging the Gap|
Subha Giri, BDS, MS
|TMD and DSM: The Biopsychosocial Model of Care|
James Fricton, DDS, MS
|TMD Anatomy and Physiology Made Easy|
Omar Suarez, DMD
|Radiological Assessment of TMD|
Joseph Matthews, DDS, MSc
|Physical Therapy: Patient-Centered Management|
Emily Kahnert, DPT, CCTT
|Health Psychology in TMD Management|
Shelly Curran, PhD, LP
|Pharmocology of TMD|
Stanley Farrell, DDS
|Tackling the TMD Complaint|
Imran Patel, DMD
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Cancellation and Refund Policy
All registrations are final; no refunds will be provided.
This course will be comprised of lectures followed by discussion and pre-recorded demonstrations when applicable.
Photography and/or recording of any kind (other than by the AADSM) of sessions or speakers is strictly prohibited. No cameras or recording devices will be allowed in the meeting rooms at any time. Violation of this rule could result in the confiscation of the film or recording device and removal of the individual from the meeting.
The AADSM is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The AADSM designates this course for 10.25 on-demand, electronically mediated continuing education credits.
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