HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY AND DISSECTION
with Dean Henry A. Gremillion, DDS, MAGD, M. Franklin Dolwick, DMD, PhD, A. Dale Ehrlich, MS, DDS, and J. Stan Montelaro, MD, DMD
November 30 - December 1, 2012 - Course #44-12 - AGD #s 012 and 181
at the Russell Klein, MD '59 Center for Advanced Practice at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.
Lecture and cadaver practicum labs
16 hrs clinical CDE (8 lecture, 8 participation) - 16 hrs AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTMFees: Dentists, Physicians - $2,350 Physical Therapists, Hygienists - $2,115
This two-day program provides participants the opportunity to perform an in-depth dissection of the head and neck. Each laboratory session will be preceded by a lecture and discussion and will conclude with a clinical summary. Program emphases will be on osteology, the oral cavity, the nasal cavity, the digastrics triangle, and the temporomandibular joint. The oral cavity will be dissected to demonstrate the relationship of blood vessels, nerves, glands, ducts, and muscle attachments to the performance of dental procedures. Participants will work in two-member teams, each dissecting one-half of a provided cadaver head.
Attendance is limited to 32. Attendees must register at least 30 days before the course starts.
Fees include all materials and supplies, as well as a continental breakfast and lunch.
Henry A. Gremillion, DDS, MAGD Is dean of LSU School of Dentistry. He received his DDS from LSU and completed a fellowship in Craniomandibular Dysfunction at the University of Florida. Dr. Gremillion maintained a general dental practice in Cottonport, Louisiana, for over a decade. He served as director of the Parker E. Mahan Facial Pain Center at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. He has also lectured extensively in the United States and abroad and has authored or co-authored
over 60 scientific articles in the field of orofacial pain.
A. Dale Ehrlich, MS, DDS is Chairman of the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry and Biomaterials at LSU School of Dentistry and a retired captain in the Dental Corps, US Navy, Dr. Ehrlich earned his DDS at Indiana University. He established the Orofacial Pain Specialty for the Navy at the Naval Postgraduate Dental School (NPDS) and served as the first specialty leader for Temporomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain. At NPDS, he co-founded the first DOD Orofacial Pain Center and Orofacial Pain Residency program. Dr. Ehrlich is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain.
M. Franklin Dolwick, DMD, PhD received
his DMD from the University of Kentucky and his PhD and certification in Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery from the Medical College of Virginia. He served as department Chairman from 2002-2004. He currently serves as Residency Program
Director, effective July 1, 2012 and is a full-tenured Professor for the
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Florida
College of Dentistry. He also serves as
a member of the Craniofacial Cleft-Palate Team and with the Sleep Medicine
Faculty. He is board-certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial
Surgery and is a member of the appropriate professional organizations. In 1993, he received the Research Recognition
Award from the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation for his research on
his research interest is TMJ arthrocentesis; office-based arthroscopy and total joint reconstruction; the treatment of
TMJ internal derangement; and osteoarthritis