CDHA Webinars

Welcome to CDHA webinars, available for members only. New event dates are being added regularly so check back often. The "Upcoming events" link below displays webinars coming up in the next few months, click the "Free" link for a list of webinars that are free to members or click "On Demand" for the full list of on demand webinars. "Ending Soon" are any webinars expiring soon - get them while they're available. The "Complete Library" is all our content organized by date published. Read the FAQ page if you have further questions about CDHA webinars.

CDHA webinars and courses are typically recognized by your regulatory authority and can be used toward your quality assurance requirements. Please consult your regulatory college for more information.
Events subject to change.

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Remineralize & Prevent Caries with Varnish Technology sponsored by 3M

Originally Presented: September 28, 2016

Over 50 years of extensive research has consistently demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of fluorides in the prevention of dental caries. Professional fluoride treatments have changed over the years, giving practices many treatment options from which to choose. Currently, the evidence-based choice of fluoride delivery is a varnish treatment which results in less fluoride ingestion and allows for a slower release of fluoride to the tooth surface, aiding in remineralization.

Available Until:March 31, 2017 Member Pricing:$10.00

Oral Infections, Biofilms and their Relationships sponsored by Johnson & Johnson

Originally Presented: January 18, 2017

This webinar will cover several current developments in the area of oral infections and the formation and life-cycle of biofilms. The topics addressed within the webinar include: An infectious state versus a disease state: How they differ; Biofilms; Transmission of pathogens and what is necessary for the development of disease; Common and less common oral infections seen in dentistry, their origins and relationships to each other; Traditional versus more progressive treatments; Relationships between oral diseases and chronic systemic inflammatory diseases; Effects of oral pathogens on the clinical setting and the implications for infection prevention and control; Unseen risks to clinicians and patients within the clinical setting

*Note this webinar replaces the webinar ‘Bugs, Drugs and Food Fads…’ originally scheduled for November 2016

Available Until: April 19, 2017
Member Pricing: $10.00

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