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The study indicates that most adults demonstrate some signs of periodontitis or gingivitis with 14% of ages 45-54 and 23% of ages 64-74 suffering from severe periodontitis
NONSURGICAL PERIODONTAL THERAPY
Instructed by Kelli R. Illyes, R.D.H, M.D.H.
INSTRUCTIONS: Read and study the narrative. Complete the quiz and registration form, and mail (along with registration fee) to: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Continuing Dental Education, 875 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38163 or fax completed quiz, registration form and credit card information to (901) 448-1514. TUITION: $50 per registrant or $40 per registrant for multiple registrants from the same office. CE Credit: 2 hours **(Registrants must correctly answer 75% of the quiz questions to receive credit)** Please direct all questions to the CDE office, (901) 448-5386, fax us at (901) 448-1514, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information or a list of continuing education activities, visit our website at http://cde.utmem.edu.
Instructor: Kelli R. Illyes, RDH, MDH received a BS degree in Microbiology in 1997 from the University of Arkansas. In 2003 she received her second BS degree in DH from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. During her time as a dental hygiene student she served as class president and college president of SGAEC. She received the following awards as a BS student at UT; award recipient in the ADHA research poster session, Tennessee Academy of Dental Hygiene Scholarship, Professional Leadership Award, Scholarly Research Award, Faculty Medal, Sigma Phi Alpha National Dental Hygiene Honor Society, and Alpha Eta National Allied Health Honor Society. As a DH student she was elected to serve as student delegate to ADHA. She graduated in May 2008 from UTHSC with a master of dental hygiene (MDH) degree. Since becoming a licensed dental hygienist she has worked full time in private practice. Professional activities include serving as an active member and officer of MDHA and TDHA. She is presently serving as the President-elect for the Tennessee Dental Hygienists’ Association. She currently teaches the Periodontology course in the UTHSC BS program where she also serves as a part time clinical instructor.