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How to hire complete health team members

How to Hire Complete Health Team Members

Course Description Are you struggling to recruit quality team members when the unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in 50 years? Learning Objectives Recruit talented team members with values that line up with your practice Onboard using a 90 day training system Retain team members using vision, culture and solvency Speaker Bio Advocate, Author,…

Miller November 2019 Webinar

Era of the Susceptible Host, Part 2

Course Description Antimicrobials have an enormous impact on the environment and human health. From an international microbiology perspective, what are the implications we are seeing while we navigate through this Era of the Susceptible Host and the interplay between the environment and the average person’s immune system?  Microbiology Professor (UW-Milwaukee) Dr. Todd Miller will add…

Barbara McClatchie, DDS and Eric Goulder, MD

Heart Attacks are Optional! Become the Medical Dental Collaborators Your Patients Deserve

Course Description Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASVD) has been the leading cause of death in the United States for the past century.  According to the CDC, someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds and 630,000 Americans die from one each year.  Although major advances in the way we treat cardiovascular disease have reduced mortality rates,…

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Litmus Test: How can we tell if you are well?

Course Description Literature suggests that when patients have an acidic mouth, or acidic saliva they are at a higher risk for caries. In this webinar, we will explore how we can measure acidity in a patient’s mouth, and their ability to bounce back after an acidic attack (buffer capacity). Learning Objectives Uncover 7-key elements of…

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Returning the Mouth to the Body; How to Mind the Gaps Between Physicians and Dentists

Course Description The modern dentist plays a vital role in bridging the gaps between traditional medicine, new medicine, and the dental community.  But, that role has huge challenges. Dr. Miller will use case examples from his practices of both integrative medicine and oral surgery to give the AAOSH community a competitive advantage. Participants will be…

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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…

DrKennedyWebinar

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,…

Kathryn Gilliam

The Celiac Surge: Oral Signs of a New Epidemic

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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