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Special Lecture for Young Professionals on 4/9

An overview of the field of Oral Oncology.

Young Professionals’ Event

Meet with friends and colleagues for this FREE social/lecture event!

Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
Dr. Heidi J. Hansen 


“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”

 This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being. 

April 9, 2019

7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1

Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD 

FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals 

Register HERE

 Heidi J. HansenDMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.




Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”
This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being.
April 9, 2019
7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1 Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD
FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals
Heidi J. Hansen, DMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”
This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being.
April 9, 2019
7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1 Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD
FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals
Heidi J. Hansen, DMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”
This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being.
April 9, 2019
7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1 Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD
FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals
Heidi J. Hansen, DMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”
This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being.
April 9, 2019
7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1 Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD
FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals
Heidi J. Hansen, DMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
Dr. Heidi J. Hansen
“Oral Oncology: Dental Treatment and the Cancer Patient”
This presentation will be an overview of the field of oral oncology, specifically how different cancers and their therapies can impact the delivery of dental care. Relevant solid and hematological cancers and how they influence the provision of dental care will reviewed, as will different oncological therapies including novel therapeutics within medical and radiation oncology. The chronic and acute oral sequelae and complications of cancer therapy will also be reviewed, with specific detail on how these impact oral health and well being.
April 9, 2019
7:00–7:30 pm reception and socializing
7:30–8:30 pm lecture, CE Credit: 1 Led by Heidi J. Hansen, DMD
FREE for NYCDS Young Professionals / $29 for non-member Young Professionals
Heidi J. Hansen, DMD, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, an Assistant Attending Dentist at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine and the Program Director for the General Practice residency in Dentistry. Dr. Hansen’s clinical expertise and research interests include the management of oral mucosal diseases, the oral adverse effects of cancer treatment, and the dental management of the oncology patient, specifically the management of patients undergoing head and neck radiation therapy, chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
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