Role of Genetics in Periodontal Disease and How it Relates to Systemic Entities

Summary

Speaker:
Herbert I. Bader, DDS, diplomate, American Academy of Osseointegration, faculty member, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and maintains a private practice in Plymouth

The future of medicine is closely related to the science of genomic research. This applies to a large extent to the understanding and management of periodontitis, and its systemic sequellae. Current translational research is providing a great deal of useful information as to the predictability and management of periodontitis and how it relates, presumptively, to systemic diseases. We will discuss the contemporary understanding of these relationships, and the simple use of genetic analysis in the office, as a current and increasingly useful modality.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the emerging role of genetics in dental medicine
  • Have exposure to the broad role of genetics in dental medicine
  • Understand its specific current applications
  • Review the role of genetics in the development of inflammation
  • Know the sequence of events in periodontitis and how relate to systemic entities

Recommended Audience: Dentist, Hygienist

Class is subject to cancellation if enrollment is not met. Call (800) 342-8747 ext. 250 for information on cancellations due to inclement weather. Free cancellation up to 10 days prior to course date.

  • Where

  • Massachusetts Dental Society
    Two Willow Street
    Suite 202
    Southboro, Massachusetts 01745
    508-480-9797

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