FDI Congress Sydney 2021

Webinars by FDI Congress Sydney 2021

COVID-19 and the Future of Dental Practice: 2021 World Oral Health Forum (Session 1 of 2)

Dr. Yuka Makino , Prof. Lijian Jin , Prof. Michael Glick , Prof. Enrique Acosta Gio , Prof. Paulo Melo , Dr. Gerhard Seeberger

Thu, 12 August
8:00 AM EST (New York)

More than 18 months after the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, dental practice has been changed in important and multiple ways. Practice recommendations continue to evolve with our understanding of SARS-CoV-2 transmission and the roll-out of vaccines. This webinar will look at how dental practice has changed since late 2019 and ask: what does the future hold?

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General dentistry, Infection control, Oral health, Practice management webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
Tackling antibiotic resistance—avoiding the next pandemic

Dr. Wendy Thompson , Ms. Vanessa Carter , Dr. Katie Suda , Dr. Susan Sutherland

Wed, 8 September
8:00 AM EST (New York)

Antibiotics are life-saving drugs. An infection that does not respond to antibiotics is known as an antibiotic-resistant infection. This is a global problem which poses a significant threat to health due to prolonged illnesses, longer hospital stays and increased mortality. Dentists and dental teams have an essential role in tackling antibiotic resistance.

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Drugs and pharmaceuticals, Infection control, Oral health, Preventive dentistry webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
Sustainability through excellence in oral health care

Dr. James Zenk , Prof. Nicolas Martin

Thu, 9 September
8:00 AM EST (New York)

The provision and maintenance of optimal oral health care results in good oral health care outcomes and a reduction of environmental impact.

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Dental materials, General dentistry, Public health dentistry webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
From words to action: What does the new WHO resolution on Oral health mean for populations, the oral health community, and health systems?

Dr. Gerhard Seeberger , Prof. David M. Williams , Dr. Bente Mikkelsen , Dr. Manu Mathur , Dr. Miriam Muriithi , Prof. Eric Reynolds , Ms. Nina Renshaw

Tue, 14 September
7:00 AM EST (New York)

In May 2021, the 74th session of the World Health Assembly adopted a landmark resolution on Oral health, witnessing the return of oral health to the global health agenda. The resolution recognizes the immense global burden of oral diseases and their associations with other noncommunicable disease (NCDs), urging Member States to put a greater focus on prevention interventions that tackle shared risk factors, include essential oral healthcare within universal health coverage (UHC) benefit packages, and support oral health research and professionals to deliver quality prevention and care.

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Oral health webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
Enhancing periodontal treatment and care through multidisciplinary teamwork for oral and systemic health

Prof. Stefan Renvert , Prof. David Herrera , Prof. Jöerg Meyle , Prof. Lijian Jin

Mon, 20 September
4:00 AM EST (New York)

This webinar is a preview session for the ADA FDI 2021 World Dental Congress Special Edition. For more information about the event, scientific programme and registration, visit https://2021.world-dental-congress.org/

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Dental implantology, General dentistry, Periodontology webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
Tobacco Cessation in the Dental Practice

Dr. Dongbo Fu , Prof. Hiroshi Ogawa

All health professionals have a prominent role to play in tobacco control. They have the trust of the population, the media and opinion leaders, and their voices are heard across a vast range of social, economic and political arenas It is now accepted that helping tobacco users to quit is part of the role of health professionals, including dentists and other oral health professionals. This presentation will summarize what is currently known about the concepts and theories associated with Tobacco Cessation and illustrate practical implementation of Tobacco Cessation measures in dentals settings.

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General dentistry, Patient management webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)
Clinical concepts and emerging strategies in reconstructive periodontal surgery and periodontal and peri-implant infection control

Prof. Anton Sculean

Reconstructive/regenerative procedures in periodontology aim at rebuilding the periodontal supporting tissues which have been lost following periodontal disease or trauma. Substantial evidence indicates that in carefully selected patients and defects, combined with a strict pre -and postoperative infection control, reconstructive/regenerative periodontal surgery may lead to substantial clinical benefits evidenced by probing depth reduction, clinical attachment level gain, defect fill, thus improving long-term tooth prognosis and survival. Emerging evidence also suggests that the use of certain types of lasers and/or antibacterial photodynamic therapy (a-PDT) may result in reduction of inflammation and improved clinical stability, thus representing potential modalities for maintaining periodontal and peri-implant tissue stability.

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Periodontology webinar
Free webinar 1 CE credit(s)