Our First CE Event of 2017

Oral Pathology

This past month, on Thursday April 20th we hosted our first Continued Education Event of 2017. We had Dr. John Svirsky, cover the topic of oral pathology. Dr. John Svirsky is a board certified oral and maxillofacial pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, Virginia.  He received his dental degree in 1973 from VCU and went on to complete a general practice residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center/Queens Hospital Center, as well as an oral pathology residency at the Catholic Medical Center.

He is currently a professor of oral and maxillofacial pathology and maintains a private practice in oral medicine and oral pathology.  Dr. Svirsky has developed a broad background in research, published numerous articles in the dental literature, and earned a master’s degree in adult education.  He is a sought-after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer.

We want to thank everyone who came out and helped make this a successful event!

If you are interested in attending one of our future events, please contact Jazz via email at jazz@novaoms.com

Check out some of our photos from that evening!

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