Posts by AAOSH Team

Disrupting the Disease-Centered Healthcare System

Course Description Imagine what it would mean for your practice if you Patients became evangelistic about the work you do for them. There is an art and a science to attracting complete health minded patients who want services you are waiting to offer.  It’s a shift in your marketing message and it’s easier than you…

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Ammonia: Health Never Smelled So Bad!

Course Description Simply, there are two types of bacteria that can grow inside your mouth commensal or pathogenic bacteria. When reducing caries and periodontal disease it is important to understand how we can help commensal bacteria flourish in the oral cavity. Ammonia is a great marker of how much healthy bacteria your mouth is growing.…

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On a Good Day We Save a Smile, on a Great Day We Save a Life!

Course Description It has been well established in the research that oral health and vascular health are bi-relational. The role dental providers play in identifying and treating key periodontal pathogens and reducing the oral inflammatory burden is critical in the collaboration between medicine and dentistry. This webinar will discuss effective treatment protocols for practicing evidence-based,…

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Finding the root cause of disease – it’s all connected

finding the root cause of disease

The mouth is, was and forever will be is part of the body. The old model in traditional medicine of treating symptoms and body parts in isolation, is flawed. Pioneers in functional medicine like Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Mike Roisen, Dr. Axe, Dr. Fuhrman, Dr. Amy Doneen, Dr. Brad Bale, and a host of others are…

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The Celiac Surge: Oral Signs of a New Epidemic

Kathryn Gilliam

Course Description Celiac disease is a serious autoimmune disorder in which the immune system of genetically predisposed people mounts an attack in response to gluten, a protein found in grains and products made from grains such as processed foods, medicines, and cosmetics. This immune system response results in destruction that an affect multiple body systems.…

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Dying to Breathe: The hygienist’s role in identifying orofacial and airway components driving chronic inflammation!

Course Description Hygienists are in the trenches on the battlefield fighting against chronic inflammation daily and if not defeated, over time will lead to deteriorating health, poor quality of life, and even death of our patients. Your body’s primary function is to survive by taking the next breath and will compensate in any way possible…

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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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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,…

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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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