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Pima Dental Study Club  PO Box 65832
Tucson, AZ  85728-5832  (520) 326-5567  [email protected]
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This site was last updated: September 15, 2020
PDSC was founded in 1973 by dentists practicing in Tucson and Southern Arizona.  The club has operated continually and offers continuing education programs to our members who are dentists and specialists in dentistry.  

PDSC was organized for three purposes: to provide a forum for dentists to network, to obtain continuing education credits locally and to keep members informed of pertinent issues relevant to dentistry.  

PDSC holds eight continuing education meetings for dentists per year, each offering 2 credit hours.  On occasion, we hold a member social or plan a CE excursion.  Our meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month.  We do not meet in the summer.   

PDSC does not provide referrals or clinical services and is strictly an educational club for dental professionals.

Interested in joining?  See the Membership tab or contact us at the PDSC office. 
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for another great continuing education meeting via Zoom

Stephen Harkins, DDS 
Mitchel Halter, PhD, MD
Joseph Matthews, DDS, MS, MSc

present

Advances in Orofacial Pain and Sleep Medicine









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PDSC's fall CE meetings will be held via Zoom 
Zoom meeting links are sent to all registrants in the registration confirmation email.

6:30 pm Zoom waiting room opens
6:45 to 8:45 Program

We highly recommend you sign up for a free Zoom account and download the app to watch the program.

Sign in and Sign out of the Chat so that we have a record of your attendance.
Orofacial Pain (OFP): now a recognized dental specialty
Overview of orofacial pain
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)
Chronic Temporalis and Cervical Extensor Enthesopathy
Regenerative Therapy (Autologous Blood Injections/PRP)
Atypical facial pain
Neuropathic pain
Sleep and Pain conundrum
Oral appliance therapy for sleep apnea