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Oral ulcers and red lesions in daily dental practice

By Dr. Pouriya Motahari

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Oral ulcers and red lesions in daily dental practice
Oral ulcers and red lesions in daily dental practice

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Apr 14, 2021, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. EDT

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CE Points: 2-hour category 2, limited to IODA Gold and paid Silver members only. If you are not a member or wish to upgrade your membership, please click HERE


- Free for IODA Gold members with CE certificate

- Free for IODA silver members without CE certificate

- $20 for IODA silver members with CE certificate (Please click HERE to pay for registration)

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Description: Ulcers in the oral cavity are relatively common. These disorders along with red lesions can be placed on a spectrum ranging from a simple traumatic change to a frank malignant life threatening lesion. Dentists are involved with such lesions in their daily practice and should be able to approach them correctly. Diagnosing and managing these disorders are challenging, but very critical, as detection of a premalignant lesion should be considered a lifesaving diagnosis in dentistry. This lecture will review major features of these lesions and provide a road map for clinicians on how to make a differential diagnosis and how to manage such disorders based on their pathognomonic clinical character.

Learning objectives: Upon completion, participants will be able to:

1- Identify the key elements to differentiate between malignant and non-malignant ulcers and red lesions.

2- Recognize the main points in diagnosing such lesions and evaluate them based on reliable diagnostic criteria.

3- Choose and conduct a strategy for managing this group of disorders.

Speaker Bio: Dr. Pouriya Motahari, DDS, MSc, obtained his DDS degree in 1996 from Tehran Azad University and obtained his MSc in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2000. He was Assistant Professor of the Oral Pathology Department in Tehran University of Medical Sciences from 2000 to 2013. He has published more than 50 international papers, has presented at several international conferences, and has conducted the scientific section of several international conferences. He is currently a general dentist practicing in Toronto and is an executive member of the IODA.

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