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“Teledental health is a very broad category of solutions that service patient’s oral health remotely”. People who do not have a dentist, lack access to a dentist or live far from a dental practise can get help – via telephone or videoconferencing capability. Due to a pandemic, dental care is de-prioritised and the provision becomes even more complex. Currently patients and dentists are looking for solutions that will provide and support dental care delivery, diagnosis, consultation, treatment, transfer of dental information and education remotely.
To speak at this webinar we have invited dentists that are already using and integrated telehealth consultations to allow them to share their knowledge and expertise with their colleagues who has never used telehealth before but now need to adjust to the new reality very quickly.

Who should view this:

Dentists, Nurses, Dental therapists, hygienists, technicians, General practitioners

Our international panel of telehealth experts includes:

Dr. Caren Serra Bavaresco

Dentist at the Primary Health Care Service
Conceição Hospital Group – Brazil

Nicolas Giraudeau

Associate Professor
University of Montpellier, France

Scott Howell

DMD, MPH, Assistant Professor and Director
Teledentistry, A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health, Mesa, AZ, USA

Ahmed Ghoneima

Associate Professor and Program Director of Orthodontics