Speaker: David Iglehart, DDS
David Iglehart, DDS, earned his DDS in 1983 from the University of Iowa, College of Dentistry. Before retiring after 30 years practicing family dentistry in Davenport, Iowa, Dr. Iglehart completed a hospital dentistry residency at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He has a special interest in teaching removable prosthodontics. Dr. Iglehart is a member of the American Dental Association, the Iowa Dental Association, and the Davenport district Dental Society. He currently serves as a Clinical assistant Professor in the Department of Family Dentistry, University of Iowa College of Dentistry and Dental Clinics.
This course will cover the ramifications of an undiagnosed oral ameloblastoma. The presentation will cover radiographic analysis, differential diagnosis, virtual surgical planning, surgical photographs, multi-implant restoration of function, and insights to pain management.
1. Learn about the characteristics of an ameloblastoma and its differential diagnosis;
2. Review recommended guidelines for regular radiographic examination and thorough interpretation;
3. Gain an understanding of virtual surgical planning (VSP) as it relates to lesion resection and reconstruction;
4. Observe how multiple implants can restore function where a large boney defect exists;
5. Learn about current research and recommendations concerning non-opioid pain control in dentistry.