|Presenter: Dr. Joy Void-Holmes, RDH, BSDH, DHSc||Release Date: 8/23/21|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Expiration Date: 8/23/24|
|AGD Subject Code: 430|
|CE Supporter: Pulpdent|
Patients that practice poor eating habits such as consuming sugary foods, fermented carbs, or too many calories, are at a high risk for developing caries. Sealants were introduced to as a preventative measure to reduce caries in young children. While sealants are more commonly recommended for children by dental professionals, they should be considered for any individual with a high caries risk. Over the past decade, dentistry has transitioned from a passive, reactive repair model to an active approach that promotes proactive care. This CE webinar will introduce participants to dynamic, bioactive materials that mimic nature and support and environment favorable of remineralization and promotes the natural healing process in the oral cavity. Participants will also learn about the importance of incorporating calcium and phosphate ions into dental materials.
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