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Periodontal Disease and Overall Health, Part 1: Chapters 1 – 4

Introduced by Robert Genco DDS, PhD , Ray C. Williams DMD

The relationship of oral disease to overall disease is certainly not a new concept. For centuries, the role of oral infection and inflammation in contributing to diseases elsewhere in the body has been studied and reported.

ADA CE Credits: 3

Categories: Periodontics

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Periodontal Disease and Overall Health, Part 2: Chapters 5, 6, 14

Introduced by Maria Emanuel Ryan DDS, PhD

Chapter 5 deals with the disease of diabetes itself, the 6th chapter deals with the relation between the diabetes and oral health and chapter 14 talks about the dental professional as a member of the overall team that helps manage the patient with diabetes.

ADA CE Credits: 3

Categories: Periodontics

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Periodontal Disease and Overall Health, Part 3: Chapters 7, 8, 15

Introduced by David W. Paquette DMD, MPH, DMSc

Dr. Paquette introduces Chapter 7 (Atherosclerosis: A Pervasive Disease Affecting Global Populations), Chapter 8 (Association between Periodontal Disease and Atheromatous Diseases) and Chapter 15 (Dental and Medical Comanagement of Cardiovascular Disease)

ADA CE Credits: 1

Categories: Periodontics

Dr. Angelo Mariotti introduces chapter 9 (Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy Complications), chapter 10 (Oral Health and Diseases of the Respiratory Tract) and chapter 11 (Periodontal Disease and Osteoporosis)

ADA CE Credits: 3

Categories: Periodontics

Chapter 12 deals with the association between periodontitis and rheumatoid arthritis and chapter 16 talks about the dental and medical comanagement of pregnancy.

ADA CE Credits: 2

Categories: Periodontics

Chapter 13 deals with the relationship between oral health, periodontitis, and cancer, chapter 17 talks about dental and medical comanagement of osteoporosis, kidney disease, and cancer and chapter 18 talks about the role of the professional in educating the public about the importance of oral health

ADA CE Credits: 3

Categories: Periodontics