- Saturday 2/2/2019
- Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am
- Course Code: 661SL
- Cost: No Charge
- Room Location: BCEC Exhibit Floor Classroom F
- Credits: 1 CE Hour
What Does It Actually Do in the Mouth?
Paul Sagel, is an appointed Research Fellow and a member of the Victor Mills Society at the Procter & Gamble Company. He is the inventor of Crest Whitestrips and earned the John G. Smale Innovation Award in 2000 and the prestigious Gordon E. Moore Medal in 2007, recognizing the top scientist globally under the age of 45. Mr. Sagel has been an invited key note speaker at the American Dental Association, the US Patent Office and the International Association for Dental Research. He currently holds more than 40 patents with more than 200 pending.
Dental professionals recommend a huge variety of products with a wide range of therapeutic benefits. Some products say they offer multi-benefits while others are targeted for specific disease states. This course is designed to provide evidence-based research to help enrich attendee's understanding of how products and their ingredients actually work in the mouth, their interactions with oral tissues, and the microbiome to deliver the therapeutic benefits they offer.
- Describe expected outcomes of ingredient therapeutics
- Understand multi-benefit homecare therapeutics versus targeted therapeutics
- List changes in ingredients and active ingredients, while learning new technologies
- Identify why not just active ingredient, but also formulation matters in outcome of care
- Assess compatibility concerns manufacturers face when formulating
- Determine how to talk to patients from a position of knowledge about the variety of dentifrices available in the current marketplace
This course is also offered on Saturday, 11:30 am- 12:30 pm, 662SL
Recommended Audience: Assistant, Dentist, Hygienist