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Diagnosis and Treatment of TMJ Disorders

Temporomandibular disorders or "TMD", often referred to as "TMJ", are disorders affecting the jaw joint and the muscles for chewing. They cause pain in daily life and restrict range of motion in the jaw. This talk provides an introduction to the subject and discusses the diagnosis and treatment for these disorders. Speaker: MicheleJehenson, MD

Life After Cancer: Managing Your Dental Health

Presented by Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program
This presentation will cover general oral hygiene topics as they relate to overall systemic health for anyone who has undergone cancer therapy and problems that may develop after treatment has ended. Speaker: Catherine Draper, RDH, MS

Like New: Dental Implants

If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to smile, speak and eat again with comfort and confidence, Dr. Girod has good news: dental implants that look and feel like your own teeth. You do not have to worry about wobbly dentures and messy pastes and glues. Since dental implants integrate into the structure of your bone, they prevent the bone loss and gum recession that often accompany bridgework and dentures. Speaker: Sabine Girod, MD, DDS, PhD

Minimally Invasive Aesthetic and Functional Jaw Surgery

Traditionally patients with an imbalanced facial appearance, dental and orthodontic problems, sleep and breathing disturbances, need to undergo orthodontic treatment and orthognathic “jaw” surgery. It has recently been shown that facial growth can be stimulated and orthodontic treatment be accelerated by minimally invasive procedures possibly avoiding the need for jaw surgery. In this talk the current state of the art of jaw surgery and minimally invasive procedures are reviewed. Speaker: Sabine Girod, MD, DDS, PhD


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