free* live
webinar

Wed. 12th December 2018
09:00 AM EST (New York)

Sugars and Oral Health: evidence to practice

Prof. Paula Moynihan,

The webinar will cover an overview of the most recent evidence pertaining to intake of sugars and risk of dental caries and other non-communicable diseases.

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webinar

Thu. 17th January 2019
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Preventing Your Way to Success

Jean Creasey, D.D.S.

This course will discuss how focusing on prevention and “coaching” patients towards optimal oral health leads to more patient referrals, greater patient loyalty, better treatment outcomes and less stress for the dental team.

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webinar

Mon. 25th February 2019
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Achieving Whole Mouth Health For Your Patients Through Coaching

Lisa Knowles, D.D.S.

When teaching patients how their whole mouth health affects their overall health, we have to help them connect the dots between what we once taught them and what the new research tells us.

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webinar

Wed. 6th March 2019
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Celiac Disease, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, and Your Dental Patients

Dr. Melissa Ing, D.M.D., Associate Professor

Nearly 3 million people in the United States have Celiac Disease (CD) with many of these people remaining undiagnosed due to poor understanding of the disease. 

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webinar

Tue. 19th March 2019
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Digitally Driven Implant Dentistry – Innovations from Single Tooth to Full Arch Therapies

Sundeep Rawal, DMD

This course is an overview of innovative processes in implant dentistry.

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webinar

Wed. 24th April 2019
08:00 PM EST (New York)

“The Great Imitator”: Resurgence of Syphilis and the Role of the Dental Provider in Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention.

Assistant Professor Anna Matthews, RDH, MS; Associate Professor

With its tumultuous and murky history, syphilis has influenced the scientific developments in various medical fields, including microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, and bioethics.

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On location Dental Events, Continuing Education for Dental Professionals

Have you ever had pediatric or adult patients who can’t seem to sit through their dental appointments without kicking, fidgeting, or playing with your equipment? Truth is, they may not be able to help it! This course will introduce dental professionals… View Article

ADA CE Credits: 2

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Ever wonder why patients don’t follow all your oral care recommendations no matter what you do?

ADA CE Credits: 1

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Are you tired of having the same conversation with your patient about periodontal disease hoping they will take your recommendations?

ADA CE Credits: 1

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Dental caries is preventable, yet it continues to be the most common chronic disease in children.

ADA CE Credits: 2

AGD CE Credits: 2

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On Location Dental Event

The Science of Erosion

This presentation explores the reasons why the prevalence of acid erosion in developed countries is increasing and becoming a concern for oral health. Behaviors that contribute to hard tissue loss, including acid erosion, are defined. Recognizing the differences between caries and erosion is examined, as well as patient assessment, diagnosis, and management of this condition.

ADA CE Credits: 2

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As the prevalence of diabetes continues to increase in the United States so too will the number of dental patients affected by the disease.

ADA CE Credits: 1

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Today older adults make up one of the fastest growing segments of the world population today. With the fertility rate declining and life expectancy increasing, this course provides the clinician with the information necessary to make professional decis… View Article

ADA CE Credits: 2

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Dental caries is preventable, yet it continues to be the most common chronic disease in children.

ADA CE Credits: 1

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This course will discuss the factors contributing to dentin hypersensitivity, types of pain stimuli and pain impulse conduction theories while providing clinical evidence supporting over-the counter and professionally applied desensitizing agents.

ADA CE Credits: 1

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As the prevalence of diabetes continues to increase in the United States so too will the number of dental patients affected by the disease. This program addresses the relationship between oral health and diabetes and is designed to provide the practitioner with management considerations for the patient with diabetes.

ADA CE Credits: 2

Categories: Older Adults


Previously held events

On Location Dental Event

Oral Systemic Health

Latest info on relationship between oral health and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, a risk based approach to identify patients who have potential oral-overall health concerns…

ADA CE Credits: 2

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