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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?
In this webinar, a collaboration between CareQuest Institute, Kansas City University, and the American Association of Public Health Dentistry (AAPHD), our expert panel will take a deep dive into the etiology of dental caries, including the role of host factors, saliva, diet, and oral hygiene. They will also cover the epidemiology of caries, the contributory causes of the disease, and the concept of the caries balance.
This is the first in a series of summer webinars on understanding, assessing, and managing caries — we welcome you to attend one, two, or all three as your schedule allows!
- Summarize the newest findings on the epidemiology of caries disease.
- Discuss the impact of saliva, diet, oral biofilms, and pH in the caries process.
- Identify the etiology of dental caries, including the impact of host factors, saliva, diet, and oral hygiene in caries balance.
- Recognize the key biological concepts and the histopathology of caries disease.
Moderator & Presenter
Erinne Kennedy, DMD, MPH, MMSc, Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Integrated Learning, College of Dental Medicine, Kansas City University
Marcelle Nascimento, DDS, MS, PhD, Professor and Program Director of the Dental Clinical Research Unit Department of Restorative Dental Sciences, College of Dentistry, University of Florida
Bruce A. Dye, DDS, MPH, Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation Chair in Oral Health Equity; Professor and Chair, Department of Community Dentistry and Population Health School of Dental Medicine
This webinar will be recorded.
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