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P689 Epilepsy and Oral Health

Epilepsy is the most common chronic neurologic disorder in paediatric neurology and the predominant aetiologies are birth injury and congenital abnormalities. Epilepsy has a tendency to recurrent seizures. Most of these will have primary or idiopathic epilepsy (i.e., no underlying cause will be evident), but some will have secondary epilepsy due to a cause such as head injury, meningitis, or birth asphyxia.

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All of our e-learning courses are included in our Individual Subscription memberships.

Aims

  • To know the causes of epilepsy
  • To understand the ramifications for dental treatment

Objectives

On completion of this module you will understand what causes epilepsy and any impact it may have on dental treatment.

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