This course will provide a brief overview of those lesions that are common to the oral cavity with a discussion on etiologic factors, clinical presentation, and relevant demographic information that can aid in establishing an accurate provisional clinical diagnosis. Additionally, there will be a discussion on treatment options to better allow the oral healthcare provider to adequately manage affected individuals.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Recognize common lesions of the oral cavity and develop a differential diagnosis based on their clinical presentations
- Discuss the common pathologic entities and their etiology with their patients
- Provide and discuss clinically relevant treatment options to their patients
Meet the Speaker: Dr. Paras B. Patel, DDS
Dr. Paras B. Patel is a board certified oral and maxillofacial pathologist, who obtained his dental degree from Howard University College of Dentistry in 2011. Dr. Patel went on to practice general dentistry in the Lubbock area working on a mobile dental unit. In 2014 he began his residency in oral and maxillofacial pathology at TAMU College of Dentistry. Upon completion of his residency Dr. Patel was offered an opportunity at the college of dentistry, and is currently a full-time faculty member in the department of diagnostic sciences. Dr. Patel has teaching responsibilities at all levels of education including dental, dental hygiene, and graduate-level students. Additionally, he maintains a clinical practice actively seeing patients who suffer from various oral diseases in the stomatology center at the college of dentistry. Dr. Patel is involved in research activity with the college of dentistry and through collaborations with other institutions. Dr. Patel’s previous work experience and sense of wonder have shaped his clinical and histological approach to pathology.
- Zoom Webinar
- 2 Credit Hours
- Tuition: $69
11AM (EST), 10PM (CST), 8PM (PST)
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