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Benco Dental, Gateway 2021: Crossing the Bridge in Dentistry, “Perio Health = Overall Health"
This educational course will discuss the development of periodontal disease on a cellular
and clinical level including emerging concepts of biofilm toxicity. A discussion of the mechanism
of bacterial invasion of the gingival epithelial cells will be included. The imperative for early
disease diagnosis and intervention will be covered including the rationale from an
immunological perspective. Up to date research on the impact of periodontal health on
systemic health will be included. The program concludes with a discussion of the clinical
implications of the concepts discussed.


Objectives:
• Discuss the development of periodontal disease
• Describe the limitations of scaling and root planing (SRP)
• Discuss the links between oral health and overall health
•Apply information to clinical practice

Our Speaker:
Richard H. Nagelberg, DDS is a general dentist in suburban Philadelphia. He has international practice experience, having worked in Newfoundland, Canada and participated in relief trips to Thailand and Cambodia. He has served on many advisory boards and as a consultant to a variety of companies and organizations and as a columnist for Dental Economics magazine. In addition to clinical practice Dr. Nagelberg is Director of Medical Affairs for OraPharma Inc., a division of Bausch Health Pharma.


IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE

*Please be sure to register with your name exactly as it is on your license.

*CEs will only be awarded for the time you participate on the live webinar.

*Attendance is limited to the first 1,000 people who register.

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Nov 3, 2021 06:45 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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