New evidence on classic toothpaste ingredients

Thu 06 August 2020

New evidence on classic toothpaste ingredients

Learn ways to give tailored health advice to patients regarding their toothpaste choices.

We all know toothpaste is fundamental in oral health. Learn from evidence-based literature and translate it into practice.

Explore the data and evidence in a prominent peer-reviewed article published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, and how this builds on the current body of evidence. While toothpaste is fundamental in oral health armamentarium, understanding the literature will ensure you are employing evidence-based practice.

You will learn:

  • How toothpastes can benefit oral health
  • The key ingredients in toothpastes and their mechanism of action
  • How to give better, more tailored health advice to patients.

Presented by Dr Elizabeth Milford

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CPD hours: 1 clinical hour

RSVP by 4 August

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Dr Elizabeth Milford

Elizabeth is a dentist with diverse work life experience, like managing the student teaching clinic at the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne, and managing a large dental program in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.  

She lectures in clinical communication at The University of Melbourne and ethics at the University of Queensland.

Elizabeth works as a consultant to the Dental Board of Australia, conducting education and audits for dentists who have received complaints, and consults to Oral-B Australia.

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