Attendees of this webinar will understand why personalised dental medicine is the future for oral care and what it means.
They will also appreciate the need to shift from managing periodontitis to gingivitis and why, from an oral and systemic health perspective.
As well as this, Iain will discuss the need to develop bi-directional working pathways with physicians and why it is important.
- Understand why personalised dental medicine is the future for oral care and what it means
- Appreciate the need to shift from managing periodontitis to gingivitis and why, from an oral and systemic health perspective
- Understand the need to develop bi-directional working pathways with physicians and why it is important.
Throughout 2023, The Dental Hygienist Roadshow brought essential oral health education to audiences across the UK. Three of the lectures from the roadshow will now be available as free live webinars from 7 to 9 November 2023.
The first 150 delegates to sign up will receive a welcome pack from Johnson & Johnson, so make sure to register today!
Iain Chapple is professor of periodontology, director of research for the Institute of Clinical Sciences, and former head of the School of Dentistry (2016-2020) at the University of Birmingham. He has written 13 textbooks and 35 book chapters.
In addition, Iain was awarded the Charles Tomes medal of the Royal College of Surgeons (2011) and the IADR Distinguished Scientist in Periodontal Research 2018. He is a practising clinician with 35 years experience.
More Dental Hygienist Roadshow webinars:
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- The right diagnosis for endodontic treatments without pain
- New AI assisted remote monitoring integrated with the Invisalign digital workflow
- Fifty shades of whitening – the naughty side of tooth whitening
- The business of dentistry: prioritising improved patient care.
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