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Does Ozone Have a Place in Dental Practice? You Bet!

Course Description This short program will give participants an eye-opening view into the complex world of ozone in dentistry. Ozone can make profound changes in many areas of a practice. We can now completely and reliably shut down caries and even reverse incipient lesions. Ozone impacts the definitive management of perio, treats herpetic lesions, salvages…

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Why Are Heart Attacks and Strokes on the Rise in Young Adults?

After Luke Perry’s death from a massive stroke at age 52, many people asked how this could have happened. Wasn’t the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star too young for a stroke? And could this tragedy have been prevented? Perry joins a growing list of celebrities who have fallen victim to heart attacks or strokes before age…

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Rebranding Periodontal Disease

Consumer Buyers vs. Healthcare Buyers A key difference in motivation separates “consumer buyers” and “healthcare buyers.” Your practice’s marketing and communication strategies must incorporate both for long-term success. Your patient’s well-being is dependent on the effectiveness of a treatment, and treatment acceptance hinges on the implication and gravity of your message to them. This is…

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Dysbiosis Beyond the GI Tract – How Oral Health Affects the Whole Body

Course Description Dysbiosis often is found in the G.I. tract, and is often a core reason for patients health issues. Consequences of dysbiosis may have far reaching effects beyond the GI tract, as biofilms and endotoxins from pathogens can cause a cascade of inflammation and systemic complications. Botanical medicine has been shown effective against biofilms,…

AAOSH Connect Newsletter - March 2019

Incorporating Oral Systemic Health In Your Practice

Educating patients on oral systemic health helps them to understand the connection between oral health and overall wellness. When patients connect these dots they become more empowered in their health and are more open to accepting treatment. How can you incorporate oral systemic care into your practice? Where do you begin? This 5 step process is…

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The Million Dollar Hygiene Department

Course Description Yup, we’re not kidding. You’ll learn how to increase hygiene production while improving patients’ health.  Designed for Doctors and Hygiene Teams. All team members are invited. Learning Objectives A process to find and use a patient’s personal motivator, allowing them to accept treatment without a hard sell. How to increase hygiene production while…

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Dementia and the Dental Impact

Course Description Every 65 seconds someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease which is the most common form of dementia.  It is the 6th leading cause of death and a profound human tragedy. 71 million baby boomers are heading for the risk age and this will become the biggest epidemic in medical history.…

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The Laser-Systemic Connection: A Physician’s Perspective

I was recently invited to give the keynote address at the upcoming annual meeting of the Academy of Laser dentistry. Why? Because this year’s theme is the “Laser Systemic Connection: Lighting the Way to a Healthier Mouth and Body”, and they thought I would be a good fit. Although flattered, I had to agree given…

Gary Kadi

The 60-Minute Annual Marketing Plan

Course Description Education is key to true and lasting change. However, putting together educational materials for your team and patients can take weeks, if not months, to prepare. Learn and implement the 5 P System to acquire and empower new patients while keeping existing patients happy and healthy. Learning Objectives Best practices to capture, convert…

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One size does not fit all – finding your personal nutritional plan

“Good fats are good for your body” – we hear and read this statement all the time. Walnuts, MTC oil, and extra-virgin olive oil are all shown to be great fats for a healthy nutrition plan. [1] But how do you know these fats are good for YOUR body? We hear a lot of times…

Soda, Sugar, and Chronic Disease

Sugar, Soda Pop, and its Impact on Chronic Disease

What Really Causes Heart Disease? In the article “World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out on What Really Causes Heart Disease” [1] Dr. Dwight Lundell, a heart surgeon, is the past Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital, Mesa, AZ. Dr Lundell left surgery to focus on the nutritional treatment of heart…

AAOSH Webinar - Dr. Chris Kammer

Oral Systemic Screenings And Their Importance In A Clinical Setting

Course Description This webinar will provide an overview of oral systemic health screenings and their importance in a clinical setting. These screenings were also available at the annual Scientific Session in November, and the results are in! Dr. Kammer will discuss the application of the screening results and how they can improve the overall health…