This program will focus on the edentulous population, delving into demographics, healthcare issues contributing to edentulism, and the impact of edentulism on general health.
Dr. Bilski has received an honorarium for his preparation and presentation of this program.
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Treating Edentulous Patients, Part 1 – Oral Health Challenges
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 7:00pm ET
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Review and update the sociodemographic factors associated with edentulism
Discuss the relationship between edentulism and overall systemic health
Describe the indicators of oral disease in the edentulous and the role of oral healthcare practitioners in diagnosis and treatment