September 15, 2020 at 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
|Provider||San Gabriel Valley Dental Society|
312 E Las Tunas Dr
San Gabriel, CA 91776
|Speaker||Mike Alanes, DDS|
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The clinical assessment and treatment of dental patients of different ages and medical backgrounds is a daily service we provide for our community. Medical emergencies in a dental setting, however infrequent, can and will occur despite our most vigilant efforts. Dr. Alanes will review these emergencies, their etiologies, and teach the provider to quickly identify and manage them appropriately. Each member in the dental practice plays an essential role in this emergent setting and Dr. Alanes will focus on creating open communication, specific duties to be assigned, as well as how to effectively rehearse and clearly document the incident. Having a clear understanding of the emergencies and their management ensures the safety of the patient and bolsters necessary awareness for the treating dentist and their office staff.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Alanes is a graduate of the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC from the Hygiene Bachelor Program (1996) and Doctorate in Dentistry (2012). Upon graduation, completed a general practice residency from Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine and subsequently the Dental Anesthesiology Program from Stony Brook Medicine in Long Island, NY. He returned to Los Angeles to become a part-time Clinical Assistant Professor to the Hygiene, Dental and Post-Doctorate Residents, providing lectures and clinical attending duties. He has also instructed the Parental Moderate IV Sedation course for the USC Continuing Education department. Dr. Alanes is also a site inspector and evaluator for the General Anesthesia and Moderate Sedation permits for the California State Board. He continues to serve the pediatric, special needs and adult populations in private practice as a part of a mobile anesthesia group. Dr. Alanes is a member of the American Society of Dental Anesthesiologists (ASDA) and Diplomate of the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology (ADBA).