Get an overview of the latest changes in pediatric dentistry, including changes to the AAPD guidelines which could have a big impact and how general practitioners can improve children’s oral health without even seeing a child. Learn how MTA, Silver Diamine Fluoride, and Zirconia Crowns may start to change pediatric dentistry, and get a quick review of two conditions which can seriously compromise first permanent molars in young children.
Presented by the Division of Prevention and Public Health Sciences & AAPHD-Student Chapter.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
12:30 pm – 1:30pm
Lunch will be served.
About the Speaker
Ian Marion DDS, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Ian Marion is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Pre-doctoral Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He received his DDS from the University of the Pacific in 2012, then completed a General Practice Residency at S. Barnabas Hospital in New York. He completed a pediatric dentistry residency and received a MSD at the University of Washington in 2015. He teaches didactic and clinical pediatric dentistry to dental students, as well as prevention and minimally invasive dentistry to residents. He is a reviewer for multiple pediatric dentistry journals and is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), including being a 2016 ITL Scholar.
Dr. Marion’s clinical responsibilities involve serving as an attending in both the pre-doctoral and post-graduate clinic. His research interests include local anesthesia, dental technology, chemical caries management, and inter-professional education.
The Department of Pediatric Dentistry provides pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training in comprehensive oral health care for pediatric patients. The Department operates a general pediatric clinic, and a specialty pediatric clinic in conjunction with the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System. Faculty provides leadership in the field by conducting research and other scholarly activity. The mission of our two unique pediatric dental clinics reflects our belief that children deserve the best of oral health care. We offer a full spectrum of services for all children at every stage of their lives from infancy through adolescence including those with special and complex oral health needs, and patients with special developmental and behavioral care needs.
The Division of Prevention and Public Health Sciences is responsible for the planning and execution of clinical and non-clinical community-based extramural experiences and public health coursework for dental students. Our goal is to prepare an oral health care workforce that is competent and committed to addressing the oral health needs of vulnerable and underserved populations and to play its part in eliminating health disparities.
801 S. Paulina St Lecture Hall South
Chicago , IL 60612