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The Oral Cavity Under Acid Attack - Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries, Erosion, and other Acid Related Diseases 
Presenter: Dr. Marc Geissberger Release Date: 4/19/17
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 4/19/27
AGD Subject Code: 161 Reviewed: 2024        

As a dentist, personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, Dr. Geissberger brings a unique perspective to the subjects of caries, diet and the oral environment. Through this enlightening CE webinar, Dr. Geissberger will discuss various disease conditions that plaque the entire dental population, and identify several at risk populations.

The importance of oral pH will be discussed and strategies for altering an unfavorable oral environment will be outlined. Additionally, the dental team will learn progressive strategies to help their patients achieve oral balance and curb their disease processes. Glass Ionomers and their role in disease irradiation will be covered.

At the completion of this CE webinar, clinicians will:
• Understand the difference between a balanced oral environment and one that is susceptible to disease
• Develop strategies which can be implemented in practice to help patients achieve oral balance
• Develop a program for caries eradication that can be easily implemented into private practice utilizing Glass Ionomer Materials and preventative strategies
• Understand how to properly restore at risk patients with uncontrolled disease   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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