Pediatric Dentistry Made Easy
for the General Practitioner


This course is designed to be an update of latest information for the general practitioner treating children. We will review basic techniques of pediatric dentistry, present a summary of the latest clinical research, and illustrate step-by-step methods for various procedures.

You will gain a greater understanding of:

  • Child Management (non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic methods).
  • Pulp therapy procedures.
  • Treatment of traumatized teeth.
  • Use of fluoride supplements and topical fluoride.
  • Space management.
  • Treatment of dental emergencies in children.
  • Child abuse and forensics.

This course will be a broad overview of typical aeas of pediatric dentistry practice and will benefit those practitioners who treat children.

Department of Pediatric Dentistry

GLENN ROSIVACK, DMD, MS – Course Director
Professor and Chair

GERALD GUZY, DDS, BS, Assistant Professor

MADHU MOHAN, DMD, Assistant Professor

RYAN SCALLY, DMD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  (earn 6 credit hours)
at The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
$185 for Dentists • $135 for Auxiliaries/Residents
Code: 20D1103

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