Upcoming Connector Series Events
Guest Hosts: Dr. Sylvia Zannis, DDS & Amber White, AAS
Tuesday, May 4, 12 noon EST
The mouth is a significant part of the human body and everyday experiences: eating, drinking, breathing, talking, expressing emotions. The mouth is also instrumental to the health of the whole body, containing the second-largest microbial community behind the intestines and direct pathways to the blood supply and nervous system. But modern healthcare doesn’t treat it that way, with dentistry often treated as separate. And in the end, it’s patients who lose out.
Bioregulatory dentistry acknowledges the intrinsic connection between oral health and the health of the whole body. It seeks to combat conventional specialization by viewing and treating the mouth in tandem with other organ systems within the body. Bioregulatory dentistry also offers advanced forms of care that reduce the toxic load inflicted by everyday products and routine dental procedures.
Dr. Sylvia Zannis, DDS and Amber White, AAS from the BioMed Center of New England will join us in an hour of conversation about bioregulatory dentistry, including everything from intake and the patient experience to principles and procedures.
Join us as we discuss:
- The core principles that distinguish bioregulatory dentistry from conventional dental care
- The patient experience: what to expect when you visit the dentist
- Common mouth-related problems and options for treatment
Upon registering for this event, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom access link and password for the May 4th event.* Please save this information in your e-calendar so that you can log into the event. We encourage you to log on a few minutes early to ensure a smooth connection.
If you have any questions you would like answered during this event, please email them to Katie Mannix, BioMed Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
*Please note: For security reasons, we ask that you do not share this link directly with others. Instead, please share the registration link and encourage them to register for access using this link.