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Oral Biofilm: The Systemic Effects - How to Manage Clinically and With Homecare 
Presenter: Dr. Gregori Kurtzman
Credits:  1 CEU Release Date: 4/19/22
CE Supporter: Cellerant   Expiration Date: 4/19/25

Our understanding of the importance of removing and preventing oral biofilms has evolved rapidly. We now know that left unchecked biofilm in the oral cavity leads to a range of dental issues and systemic illnesses. In this CE webinar, Dr. Kurtzman explains the microbiology of biofilms and the harmful pathogens they harbor which cause these health issues. He reviews effective clinical and homecare interventions including a new antimicrobial composite technology designed to protect restorations from secondary caries.

Upon completion of this CE webinar attendees will:
• Understand the complex nature of biofilms, how they form, and how they operate at a cellular level to thrive in the oral environment
• Understand the range of dental and systemic diseases linked to pathogenic microorganisms commonly found in oral biofilm
• Learn about clinical interventions to address oral biofilms including new antimicrobial composite materials that protect restorative margins
• Learn about preventative homecare regimens that help patients fight biofilms and support improved oral and systemic health   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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