Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Location: Theatre B, Basic Medical Science Building
Event includes: dinner, guest speakers, networking and a whole lot of fun!
3M Identification of Early Dental Caries, Remineralization and Prevention with Varnish Technology – Winnipeg, MB
Event date: September 15, 2017 8:00 am to 12:30 pm
Contact Name: info
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 855-295-7348
Free! Sponsored by 3M & rdhu – RSVP ASAP
Over 50 years of extensive research has consistently demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of fluorides in the prevention of dental caries. Professional fluoride treatments have changed over the years, giving practices many treatment options from which to choose. Currently, the evidence-based choice of fluoride delivery is a varnish treatment which results in less fluoride ingestion and allows for a slower release of fluoride to the tooth surface, aiding in remineralization.
This course will explore topical fluoride treatments, what constitutes an effective varnish, the ease of the application process and client evaluation utilizing the Caries Management By Risk Assessment (CAMBRA) – an effective tool that helps to determine the need for an in-office fluoride treatment.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Irene Iancu, BSc, RDH, CTDP
Irene Iancu began her career in dental hygiene in 2007 after graduating from Oxford College in Toronto. She has worked in various specialties in dentistry including Paedo, Perio, General Practice and Orthodontics. Her goal in her holistic practice is prevention and maintaining an optimal mind, mouth and body connection with her clients.
Irene is a National Speaker and has spoken at Yankee Dental Congress, Greater New York, International Straight Wire and Orthopedic Study Club along with other study clubs internationally. Irene is a quality assurance mentor contracted by the CDHO, a Clinical and Theoretical Dental Hygiene instructor at Oxford College and a practicing dental hygienist in Toronto.
Canadian Museum of Human Rights
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Hello MDHA Members!
The MDHA Board of Directors has been approached by an MDHA member asking for assistance in advocating for our profession by lobbying the Provincial Government to change current legislation that would enable dental hygienists to apply their full scope of practice, without restriction in order to improved access to dental hygiene care for all Manitobans.
The MDHA Board of Directors is inviting all members to participate in a letter writing campaign to the Minister of Health and to your local Member of the Legislative Assembly. Participating is easy! Simply click on the link below and follow the directions. This letter campaign is not only for dental hygienists but also for our families, friends, and our patients. Please share this link with those who believe all Manitobans are entitled to better access to dental hygiene care.
In addition to the letter writing campaign we are circulating a petition that will be brought before the Legislative Assembly. To participate please print the petition here and gather additional signatures if you can and return the signed petition either by scanning it and sending it by email to email@example.com using “Petition” as the subject line; or print the petition, gather signatures and mail it to:
The Manitoba Dental Hygienists Association
200E – 1215 Henderson Hwy
Winnipeg MB R2G 1L8
By working together we hope that we can influence the government to make changes to the current dental hygiene legislation that will improve access to oral healthcare for all Manitobans.
MDHA Board of Directors
Manitoba Dental Hygienists Association celebrates 50 year anniversary with a look at dental hygiene through the decades.