Gastroesophageal (Acid) Reflux Disease (GERD): 2 hours

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The incidence of gastroesophageal (acid) reflux disease (GERD) is increasing dramatically in the United States.  Dental professionals are often the first to recognize the symptoms and need to be able to treat the dental sequelae of the disease and make appropriate medical referrals. Overview of anatomy and pathology of GERD, diagnostic techniques, stepwise approach to treatment including lifestyle modifications, OTC and prescription medications, surgical and non-surgical treatment approaches.  Dental and medical sequelae and complications including adenocarcinoma. California Dental Board approved CE. AGD PACE National approved CE. Remote self-directed distance learning online dental continuing education course.

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    Posted by Jaime Bulkacz on Jan 14th 2020

    Clear picture of the oral involvement when a patient suffers from Gerd. Good anatomical description .