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OPAP Northern Luzon Journal Seminar in Cooperation with Baguio City Dental Chapter




Congratulations OPAP and Baguio City Dental Chapter for a very successful Northern Luzon Journal Seminar

Sunday, April 15 at 1:30 PM - 5 PM UTC+08
Newtown Plaza Hotel
42 C. M. Recto Street corner Leonard Wood Road, 2600 Baguio City

TOPICS:

1. OROFACIAL PAIN: Red Flags for the General Dentist - Dr. Ricardo Boncan

2. TMD Made Ridiculously Simple - Dr. Jonathan Fandialan

3. Improving TMD Management Success Rate by Helping Patients Help Themselves - Dr. Corinne Somera - Atienza














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2019 Manila, Philippines

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Orofacial Pain Association Inc. Philippines (OPAP)

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Indonesia
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Professor Christopher Peck
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Orofacial pain and motor activity of the jaw
CNS changes involved in facial pain conditions.




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(until March 31, 2019 ONLY)

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