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Past Webinars

Presented In October 2023

This webinar, created in partnership with Give Back a Smile, will provide participants with the knowledge to identify signs, communicate sensitively, and provide resources to those in need during Relationship Violence Prevention Month.

Presented In September 2023

How can dental professionals go beyond their clinical practice and engage with the broader community?

Presented In September 2023

Nearly 20% of the US population identifies with a Latino community today.

Presented In August 2023

What we know about cariology continues to evolve. New evidence, new treatments, and new innovations shape the way dental teams manage the disease.

Presented In July 2023

Assessing a patient’s risk for caries is a key component of preventive care that is critical to a patient’s overall health and well-being. Which assessment method is most effective?

Presented In July 2023

All dental teams want to provide better care and a better experience for their patients.

Presented In June 2023

For the third consecutive year, CareQuest Institute conducted its annual State of Oral Health Equity in America (SOHEA) survey with 5,260 adults — the largest survey of its kind to study knowledge,

Presented In June 2023

What causes dental caries? And how can a greater understanding of the disease help providers offer preventive, person-centered care that leads to better overall health?
Using Oral Health Equity Data to Improve Patient Care Image

Presented In May 2023

Despite progress, disparities in access to dental care and oral health outcomes persist — particularly among underserved populations.
Reducing the Proportion of Older Adults with Untreated Root Surface Decay Speaker Image

Presented In May 2023

As older adults face a higher risk of root decay due to medication, health conditions, poor diet, and inadequate oral hygiene, the need for accessible oral health services and caregiver education h
Strategies for Providing Care to Patients with Autism Speaker Image

Presented In April 2023

Heightened sensory sensitivities. Communication difficulties. Increased anxiety. 
Practical Considerations for Caring for Individuals with Disabilities Speakers Image

Presented In April 2023

Providing oral health care to individuals with disabilities is an essential component of their overall health and well-being.
American Indian and Alaska Native Oral Health Speakers Image

Presented In March 2023

The oral health disparities American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) communities face can be directly linked to colonization.
Advancing Equity Through Oral Health Grantmaking Image

Presented In March 2023

Every year, CareQuest Institute awards more than $14 million in grants rooted in its commitment to health equity and the intentional engagement of communities most often harmed by the existing oral
Best Practices and Innovative Approaches to Strengthen School-Based Dental Sealant Programs

Presented In February 2023

Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children and can negatively affect their overall health, well-being, and academic success.
Advancing Population Health: Four Presentations from 2022 APHA Oral Health Student Awardees

Presented In February 2023

CareQuest Institute for Oral Health, in collaboration with the American Public Health Association (APHA) Oral Health Section, presents a webinar that explores a mix of topics, including geriatric d

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