Managing dentally anxious children and adolescents
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Engaging and managing dentally anxious children and adolescents in primary care
This session involves a discussion on how child and adolescent dental anxiety can be assessed easily in a timely manner. It will include a number of practical techniques which can be implemented by the busy primary care practitioner.
Lecture filmed at the British Dental Conference and Exhibition 2015.
- Understand the role of child dental anxiety assessment in determining the correct allocation to the appropriate management techniques and how this links with subsequent treatment success.
- Explore a number of behavioural management techniques which can be easily utilised in primary care to help dentally anxious/phobic children and adolescents cope.
- Understand when it is appropriate to refer dentally phobic children and to whom for improved treatment success.
1 hour of verifiable CPD
A CPD certificate (in the name of the purchaser) will be available to download once viewing of this online lecture has been completed.
About the speaker
Carrie Campbell, Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Department of Paediatric Dentistry, University of Glasgow
graduated in 1996 from the University of Glasgow. Having worked within both the
community and hospital dental settings in Scotland and England she started her
Specialist Registrar training in Paediatric Dentistry in 2002. In 2004 she
obtained her MSc by Research (a RCT on G.A. preparation techniques) and M Paed
Dent (RCSEd). Consultant training was completed in 2008 when she was appointed
as a Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at Glasgow Dental Hospital and School
with a Role in Undergraduate Training. A special interest in the treatment of
dentally phobic children led to training in both medical hypnosis (in 2008) and
a Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner qualification (2009). She presently
leads on the behavioural anxiety service in Greater Glasgow and Clyde and works
closely with colleagues in primary care to ensure this pathway of care is
utilised to maximise efficiency and effectiveness in a patient centred manner.
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