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Webinars

Lisa Marie Samaha, AAOSH webinar presenter

Webinar: Transform the Way You Heal Your Patients

Course Description Extensive oral/systemic research has revealed the devastating effects of periodontal disease. Without proper diagnosis and treatment, this complex disease can lead to life-threatening conditions including heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, pregnancy complications, cancers, and more. In this webinar, Dr. Lisa Marie Samaha shares the evidence-based, multi-faceted and leading-edge non-surgical…

Doneen,Amy

Webinar: Women and Cardiovascular Disease

Course Description Veteran AAOSH speaker Dr. Amy Doneen joins us to discuss cardiovascular disease in women. Listener will appreciate the statistics related to women and CVD Listener will understand the unique red flags associated with women and CVD Listener will recognize the unique nature of lifestyle and medication choices for women with heart disease. Speaker…

julie seeger

Webinar: The Nasal and Respiratory Benefits of Xylitol

Course Description Health begins right up front, in the nose and mouth. The nose and the mouth are the gateways to our respiratory system and our entire digestive system. Bacteria that enter through these portals and simply pass through do not cause any problems, but when harmful bacteria make their home in the upper respiratory…

Chris Kammer, DDS, advisory board member of AAOSH

Webinar: Chris Kammer Presents the Health Champions of AAOSH!

Course Description For the first time, at our most recent AAOSH annual program in Dallas, we made available five medical screening tests to assess oral and systemic health. For those who took all five tests we set up a scoring system to award our best screening attendee the title of AAOSH Oral Systemic Health Champion.…

Joe Ence Webinar

Member Webinar: CIMT Review & Building Relationships with Primary Care Physicians

In this webinar, Joe Ence of Vasolabs talks about the CIMT testing he did at the 2015 AAOSH Scientific Session and showing some pictures of the amount of disease they found. He talks with past AAOSH president and board member Dr. Lee Ostler about how to build relationships with primary care physicians in your area.…

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Member Webinar: How Chronic Inflammation is a Cause of Systemic Disease

Description: Inflammation is a natural response to offenses of the body, protecting us from infection, trauma, and other forces of the environment. Too much inflammation, especially occurring over the years and decades is now known to contribute to the causes of atherosclerotic vascular disease, adult-onset (Type 2) diabetes, forms of dementia and even cancer. Join…

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Webinar: Tilting the Balance in Favor of Health Before Creating the Perfect Smile

Breaking the OSL predictably by treating gum disease quickly and predictably in two weeks*. Tilting the Balance in Favor of Health before we create the perfect smile. Creating the perfect smile is the most common dental theme promoted on websites and by dental practices worldwide. However if the foundation tissues are not healthy it cannot…

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AAOSH 2015 Preview Webinar

Our AAOSH 5th Annual Scientific Session is Sept 18-20 in Dallas, TX, and will be our BIGGEST and BEST EVER! We are so excited about our phenomenal speaker line up for this year, and you will be, too!!! This webinar will review our program agenda and our speakers – you will definitely want to hear…

Gary Kadi Slide 2015

Member Webinar: Communicating the Healthy Mouth Baseline

Description Whether you’re new to the oral systemic connection or have been practicing it for decades, we can all agree that having patients fully realize the importance of optimal oral health care and move forward with recommended treatment can be difficult. Doctors and teams are constantly met with objections pertaining to cost, pain, and time…

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Member Webinar: The Impact of Mouth Breathing on Oral and General Health

Course Description: Mouth breathing doesn’t look good, but more importantly it results in less oxygen being absorbed and reaching the brain and muscles. When the tongue drops from the palate lateral forces lead to long face syndrome, narrow high vaulted palate and malocclusion. Nasal breathing provides many benefits, including greater oxygen absorption, regenerative sleep, better…