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Are Your Patients “Out of Balance”? 
Presenter: Dr. John Comisi Release Date: 8/1/22
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 8/1/25
   

Life has become more stressful and challenging, especially during the pandemic. When we find time to care for ourselves, we don’t always make optimal decisions. This includes important choices related to diet, nutrition, and oral health. Yet, each time we eat, the balance of the oral cavity can shift, allowing opportunistic pathogens to become activated and destructive. The result is an oral environment that is “out of balance.” How can we as dental professionals respond to these circumstances and stop this disease process?

Fortunately, there are specific and highly effective oral health strategies that you can use to restore balance. In this webinar, Dr. John Comisi will help you understand the disease process and how to end the frustrating treatment cycle of “one step forward, two steps back.” He will also look at beneficial procedures and materials we can we use to arrest this disease process—and possibly even reverse it.

In this webinar you will:
- Learn the warning signs of imbalance in the oral cavity
- Learn techniques to manage acidity
- Understand how MMPs are involved in this destructive process
- Discover agents and materials available to help bring things “back in balance”
  ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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