Livingston County presents Dr. Junad Khan - 6.14.23
244 East Main Street
Avon, NY 14414
244 East Main Street
Avon, NY 14414
“Insight to Clinical Orofacial Pain” Presented by Dr. Junad Khan
Starting at 5:30 pm – Appetizers and cash bar
6:00 pm until 8:00 pm – Dinner and lecture – 2 MCE Credits
Session Description: Pain is usually the natural consequence of tissue injury resulting in approximately forty million medical appointments per year. In general, as the healing process commences, the pain and tenderness associated with the injury will resolve. Unfortunately, some individuals experience pain without an obvious injury or suffer protracted pain that persists for months or years after the initial insult. This pain conditions are usually musculoskeletal, neuropathic, or neurovascular in nature and accounts for a large number of patients presenting to pain clinics with chronic, non-malignant pain. Rather than the nervous system functioning properly to sound an alarm regarding tissue injury, in chronic pain the peripheral or central nervous systems are malfunctioning and become the cause of the pain. Orofacial pain is complex; evaluation of the history of a patient with orofacial pain is quite different from evaluating a patient with dental pain and appropriate training is required to treat patients with unusual oral and facial pain complaints. This lecture will discuss various Orofacial Pain and Headaches in a patient that can manifest pain in the facial region. The physiology of pain and identification of non-odontogenic sources in the progression of chronic pain will be discussed in the format of case presentations. As health care providers it is important to recognize various pain conditions to avoid unnecessary treatment and suffering.
Learning objectives: At the completion of this session the attendees will be able to:
· Understand the physiology and classification of pain.
· Differentiate between odontogenic vs non-odontogenic pain.
· Perform a comprehensive pain assessment, including its impact on the patient and manage the pain based on best-available evidence and good clinical practice and to evaluate the effectiveness
Junad Khan is an Associate Professor and Director of Orofacial Pain and TMJ Disorders at Eastman Institute for Oral Health. Khan's clinical focus is in the area of chronic orofacial pain, temporomandibular syndromes and sleep disorders. Khan serves on various University and National committees and is involved in funding for industry research and service grants. Khan is actively engaged in both clinical and basic science research. His areas of research include neuropathic pain, pain modulation, drug development, pharmacotherapy, acute and chronic orofacial pain.
The Seventh District Dental Society is an ADA/CERP recognized provider of Mandatory Continuing Education. Continuing Education (CE) credits are awarded for all lectures that meet the NYSED requirements. One hour of credit is awarded for each 50 minutes of presentation attended. CE forms for NYS Continuing Education requirements will be given to each attendee when checking in at registration. To verify attendance, a four-digit code, read at the end of each seminar must be marked on the CE form. After completing the form please bring the white copy to the registration table before leaving. The yellow copy is for your own records. It is recommended that you retain copies of all your CE forms in case of audit.
No charge for Livingston County Dental Society Members
$50.00 for out of county and non-members
Name: (please print) Attach a list of additional attendees if necessary and include e-mail addresses for CE certificate.
Register by Thursday, June 1, 2023.
Make checks payable to Livingston County Dental Society.
Mail to Dr. Xiomara Restrepo, 5820 Big Tree Road, Lakeville, NY 14480.