Wrigley Oral Healthcare Programme is delighted to announce a series of FREE CPD accredited regional seminars across the UK presenting findings from a new report on the changing dietary habits of UK adolescents and adults and the subsequent oral health implications.
The research, to be presented by Ali Lowe, BSDHT Council member and former recipient of The Probe’s Hygienist of the Year award, provides new evidence around the impact of our snacking culture and includes the latest thinking on the topic from both academics and practitioners. The seminars will provide an understanding of the impact of dietary changes on the oral health of high risk groups, the existing preventative measures as recognised by the dental community, and finally, provide the opportunity to learn more about the potential benefits of chewing sugarfree gum as part of a wider oral health routine.
Chewing sugarfree gum after eating or drinking helps neutralise plaque acids[i] and promotes the remineralisation of tooth enamel, assisting in keeping teeth clean and healthy.ii,iii,iv,v
Seminars will take place at the following venues:
Midlands seminar, chaired by Julie Rosse: 10:00 14:00 Saturday 16th May, Hilton Metropole, Birmingham NEC
North-West of England seminar, chaired by Sally Simpson: 10:00 14:00 Saturday 30th May, Mandec Centre, Manchester
Scotland seminar, chaired by Margaret Ross: 10:00 14:00 Saturday 20th June, Thistle King James, Edinburgh
To register or for further information email WOHP@webershandwick.com or call 020 7067 0821
The British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy (BSDHT) is a nationally recognised body that represents over 4,000 Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists across the UK and beyond.
BSDHT maintain an on-going dialogue with the General Dental Council (GDC), the Departments of Health and all of the main groups representing dental care professionals, and attends meetings of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Dentistry, bringing dental hygiene and therapy to the attention of government ministers and MP’s.
Visit www.bsdht.org.uk for more information.
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