Dentistry Meets Medicine

New Date: Sun, 7 November 2021, 3.00pm-6.00pm

Online via ZOOM

Continuing Medical Education Event

Dentistry Meets Medicine

Dentistry Meets Medicine

New Date: Sun, 7 November 2021, 3.00pm-6.30pm

Online via ZOOM

Over many years of research and evidence-based practice, we have discovered the intimate connection between oral health and overall health. We know that periodontal disease has been linked to the development of diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Pregnant women with severe gum infection are at risk of developing pre-eclampsia. This CME explores the dental issues that may arise in particular disease states and vice versa.

Topics include: Cardiac Disease & Periodontal Disease, Effect of Chemotherapy on Dentally Sound Teeth, Diabetes and Dental Health and more.  Speakers include Dr. Pamela Phillips, Dentist, Dr. Kay Goring, Cardiologist and other specialists. CPE credit available.

Target: General Practitioners, Dentists, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals


300Cleanings, Extractions & Patient Meds: Why the pharmaceutical history of patient is important to the dentistDr. Pamela Phillips, Dentist
330Chronic NCDs & DentistryDr. Pamela Phillips, Dentist
400Special Situations: Cancer Patients, Radiation Protocols & Dentistry HIV & DentistryDr. Pamela Phillips, Dentist
500Dental Peri-operative Planning: When to and why engage the cardiologistDr. Kay Goring, Cardiologist
530Dental lesions: Cardiologists must look for lesions and engage the DentistDr. Kay Goring, Cardiologist
600Case Studies Q & ADr. Kay Goring, Cardiologist Dr. Pamela Phillips, Dentist
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BDS$75.00 (USD$37.50) – Health Professional

BDS$50 (USD$25) – Student (with ID)



Call or WhatsApp 246-269-6183/ 246-253-9384




Payment pick up (Barbados only) – add BDS$5.00

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