F6 – Troubled Bones – A Clinical Review Of Non-Malignant Jawbone Disorders And The Diagnostic Tools To Find Them

The jaws are, by far, the most unique of all bone in the human skeleton. They have more numbers and more variety of bone and marrow disorders than all other bones combined, and the dental profession is uniquely expected to diagnose, understand and manage them all. The advent of so many new diagnostic tools has increased the expectations dramatically. This seminar will provide a clinically relevant review of non-malignant jawbone diseases that so often frustrate or alarm patient and dentist alike. The present review is based on three decades of research and diagnostic experience in this arena.

Learning Objectives:
• The clinical presentation of a variety of painful marrow disorders, several with systemic implications
• The appropriate diagnostic workup of such disorders, including new imaging technologies
• The differential diagnosis of ischemic and inflammatory jawbone diseases
• The treatment options for ischemic and inflammatory jawbone diseases


AGD Code: 730

3 CE Hours

Audience: D, H, C

Dentists: $65 | Hygienists: $50 | All Other Categories: $45

Technical & Scientific
Location: Room TBD Date: February 8, 2019 Time: 8:30 am - 11:30 am Dr. Jerry Bouquot