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  • Feasibility and acceptance of oral HPV detection...
  • Geospatial distribution of periodontists and US ...
  • How useful are current caries risk assessment to...
  • ACE Panel Reports 3 & 4 2018
  • 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Si...
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Phishing and Ransomware

This eLearning course is a recording from a webinar presented by the ADA Division of Information Technology and the ADA Division of Legal Affairs.

This course provides information a cyber security threat known as "ransomware," which is a type of malware that remotely locks computer files. The attacker then demands a "ransom" to unlock the files. Ransomware can be delivered via a "phishing" email, which attempts to trick the recipient into downloading the malware. The program discusses ways to help prevent a ransomware attack, ways to respond if an attack does occur, the HIPAA implications of a ransomware attack, and resources available from ADA and the federal government.

  • Upon completion, participant will be able to define phishing and ransomware
  • Upon completion, participant will be able to list some ways to help avoid becoming a victim of a ransomware attack
  • Upon completion, participant will be able to describe some steps to consider taking if an attack occurs


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Feasibility and acceptance of oral HPV detection in the dental office: results from the National Dental PBRN (February 2019 Article 3)

JADA February 2019

Background: Oral human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the principal underlying cause of a dramatic increase in oropharyngeal cancer. Dentistry can play an important role in developing clinical algorithms for secondary prevention.

Key Words: HPV; oropharyngeal; cancer; risk; screening.


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Geospatial distribution of periodontists and US adults with severe periodontitis (February 2019 Article 2)

JADA February 2019

Background: In this study, the authors report on the geospatial distributions of periodontists and adults with severe periodontitis in the United States.

Key Words: Demography; oral health care; dental clinics; dentists; oral health; periodontics; population groups; rural population; urban population.

 


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How useful are current caries risk assessment tools in informing the oral health decision-making process? (February 2019 Article 1)

JADA February 2019

Background: Caries risk assessment (CRA) tools could address oral health disparities and enhance the efficiency of the oral health care system. The authors aimed to explore the feasibility and limitations of using clinical CRA tools in informing oral health care policy-making processes.

Key Words: Caries; burden of caries; caries risk assessment; cost of oral health care; oral health care policy; vulnerable population; preventative oral health care.


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ACE Panel Reports 3 & 4 2018

ACE Panel Reports study 3: Dental Erosion

Description: This course provides a complete definition of dental erosion as suggested by experts in the field, the most current literature on the topic, and the opinion of 315 peer practicing dentists.The ACE Panel report delivers the results of a study taken by 322 dentists surveyed on dental erosion diagnosis frequency, as well as its prevalence in the dental office today compared to 5 years ago.

ACE Panel Reports study 4: Bonding Agents

Description: This course provides step-by-step clinical technique recommendations by experts in bonding agents that can help prevent long term post-operative sensitivity. The ACE Panel report delivers the results of a study taken by 291 dentists surveyed on preferred bonding techniques, preferred bonding products, and clinical challenges experienced by practitioners.


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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Six: Nasal Breathing 24/7: Nasal Breathing; Establishing a Successful Practice of Distinction in Your Community

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Six:

Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Nasal Breathing
Barry Raphael, DMD (1 hour)

Success in Practice: Establishing a Successful Practice of Distinction in Your Community
Susan Maples, DDS (45 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 


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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Five: Nasal Breathing 24/7: What Does That Even Mean?, Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Growth and Development

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Five:

Nasal Breathing 24/7: What Does That Even Mean?
Steve Carstensen, DDS (1 hour 15 minutes)

Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Growth and Development
Barry Raphael, DMD (30 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 


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Courses from ADA 2018 Honolulu Now Available

Unable to attend the 2018 Annual Meeting in Honolulu? Not to worry! Select recorded content from ADA 2018 has been added to the CE Online Library. 

 


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