Monday, January 23, 2023 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST
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Jennifer Joffray 
CTDHA Northeastern 


Dental Traumatology and Orthodontics – Background and a Novel Approach


PLEASE NOTE:  Payment is required at time of registration using our PayPal link with your debit/credit card.   This 1 credit CE is offered to all at the low cost of $10.00, and is FREE for ADHA MEMBERS with PROMO CODE! If you are a member and did not receive your PROMO CODE, please contact us. No refunds.


The lecture will focus on five areas of dental trauma: epidemiology of dental trauma, the biology of tooth movement, trauma pathophysiology, trauma management, orthodontic treatment post-trauma and on case studies.


The goals of the lecture for dental hygienists include learning background information regarding dental traumatology and orthodontic tooth movement, learning about the management of trauma cases and exposure to some exemplary cases of trauma.

Speaker Bio: Gary S. Schulman, D.M.D., M. Arch

Dr. Gary S. Schulman received his dental degree from the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and a member of the attending staff at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

Prior to becoming a pediatric dentist, Dr. Gary obtained a Master’s degree in Architecture in Chicago and then practiced historic preservation in Wilton, CT.

Dr. Schulman served on the Board and as president of the Connecticut Society of Pediatric Dentists. He has participated with the state’s advisory committees regarding oral health. He currently serves on the Board of the Hartford Dental Society.

Dr. Schulman is an associate professor at UConn School of Dental Medicine, teaching orthodontics and growth and development to dental students and residents in the Pediatric Dentistry Residency Program. He oversees residents’ treatment of malocclusions in the mixed dentition, residents’ research and has published and presented his research on recognizing a genetic link to dental findings, including delivering a conference keynote speech on the subject. He has also published articles in the Journal of the American Orthodontic Society. Dr. Gary is consistently recognized by his peers in Connecticut Magazine as one of Connecticut’s Top Pediatric Dentists.

Dr. Gary enjoys volunteering for various charitable causes, such as providing dental care to children at the Connecticut Mission of Mercy, a free dental clinic, and fostering rescued stray dogs. Dr. Gary enjoys long distance running, swimming, and cross-country skiing. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, three children and two dogs.