Review Date: February 15th, 2020
Expiration Date: February 14th, 2023
Dental caries is a preventable disease that affects a majority ofthe population The impact of nutrition on the caries process is known in thedental field, but dental professionals need to continue to convey theimportance of this relationship to patients. Working This basic-level course isintended to equip all members of the dental team with knowledge and skills toaid in the prevention of dental caries and help maintain patients’ overallhealth by offering nutritional counseling and behavior modification techniques.
1. Describethe caries process and methods for its detection.
2. List the oralcare habits recommended by the American Dental Association.
3. Assess the dietary choices that affectindividual caries risk.
4. Identifythe factors that influence patient diets.
5. Recognizepopulations at increased risk for caries.
6. Describecaries prevention products and procedures.
7. Explainthe use of personalized patient care and nutritional counseling to decreaseincidence of caries.
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