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This presentation will provide an examination and diagnosis of oral malodor including a comprehensive review of its etiology, diagnosis, and need for referral and treatment.

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Learning Objectives
PHARMACISTS

  • Describe the various etiologies of oral malodor.
  • Discuss methods used in the examination and charting of oral malodor.
  • Identify techniques pharmacists and pharmacy technicians may use to determine when to refer a patient and in which cases.

Learning Objectives
PHARMACY TECHNICIANS

  • Describe the various etiologies of oral malodor.
  • Discuss methods used in the examination and charting of oral malodor.
  • Identify techniques pharmacy technicians may use to assist the pharmacist in determining when to refer a patient and in which cases.

Language: English

Release date: Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Expiration date: Friday, July 5, 2019

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Sean Lee DDS, Dentist

After receiving his D.D.S. degree from the UCLA School of Dentistry, as an avid researcher, he has completed numerous research projects resulting in nearly hundred publications including abstracts in the dental literature. An avid educator, he is a faculty member in a school of dentistry. Sharing, with no redecoration, his experiences and issues that have arisen during his practicing dentistry is what he considers perhaps the most appreciated by the dental profession and the public. Dependability, diligence and integrity define his traits readily acknowledged by friends and coworkers alike.

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Dr. Sean Lee reports no conflicts of interest associated with this course.

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Universal Activity Number (UAN)
Pharmacists:
Live: 0589-0000-16-005-L01-P
Home Study: 0589-0000-16-005-H01-P

Pharmacy Technicians:
Live: 0589-0000-16-005-L01-T
Home Study:0589-0000-16-005-H01-T

Type of Activity: Knowledge

Target Audience: Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacists

Topic Designator: 04 - General Pharmacy

Format: H - Home study and other mediated activities

ACPE CE Credits: 0.1 CEU

“Oral Malodor: A Review of Key principles” is financially supported by Colgate Palmolive. Tribune Group GmbH is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.