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Prekurssi: The Traveling Oral Microbiome & Its Systemic Consequences – The Scientific Evidence for Oral-systemic Health Links in a Nutshell | Wenche Borgnakke (70420)

Aika

12.3.2020, klo 8.45 - 16.45

Paikka

Original Sokos Hotel Puijonsarvi, Lime-kabinetti
Minna Canthin katu 16
70100, Kuopio

Hinta

260 € (ALV 0%) 12.2.2020 saakka
290 € (ALV 0%) 13.2.2020 alkaen
Erikoistuvat hammaslääkärit -50 % (erikoistuvan alennuslomake toimitettava)
0 € opiskelijat

Ilmoittaudu viimeistään

29.2.2020

Luonne

Luentokurssi

Täydennyskoulutuspisteet

6,5

Järjestäjä

Suomen Hammaslääkäriseura Apollonia ry

Sisältö

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• understand the fluctuating nature of human oral microbiome
• know the current guidelines for prophylactic use of antibiotics
• understand systemic effects of antibiotics
• understand different research designs
• know the difference between “association” and “causality”
• appreciate difficulties in demonstrating causality between oral and general health
• understand the importance of standard periodontitis case definitions
• be familiar with the mechanisms underlying the oral-general health links
• understand the status of the current scientific evidence for the relationships between the health of the mouth and the rest of the body
• appreciate the current evidence for the effects of oral health on quality of life
• be familiar with the current evidence for the effect of periodontal treatment on various systemic diseases and biomarkers
• be aware of the emerging evidence for cost savings on medical care in people having undergone periodontal treatment
• understand the acceptance of screening for systemic diseases and conditions among dental practitioners and patients

Tavoite

Kurssilla saat erinomaisen mahdollisuuden oppia lisää yleissairauksien ja suunsairauksien yhteyksistä.

Mitä tutkimus kertoo tilanteista, joissa suun mikrobiomin bakteerit siirtyvät ja kolonisoivat kehon muita osia? Mitä tiedetään diabeteksen, sydänsairauksien, reuman, aspiraatiopneumonian, dementian, munuaissairauksien, tiettyjen syöpien yhteyksistä iensairauksiin, löytyykö myös syy-seuraussuhteita? Vaikuttaako iensairauksien hoito yleisterveyteen? Systeemisesti käytettävät antibiootit ja niiden profylaktinen käyttö suun sairauksien hoidossa? Suun terveyden vaikutus elämänlaatuun?

Luennoitsija on arvostettu senioritutkija Wenche Borgnakke Michiganin yliopistosta, Ann Arbor:sta. American Academy of Periodontology on palkinnut hänet 2012 Special Merit Award -palkinnolla sekä 2013 ja 2016 Clinical Research Awards -palkinnoilla artikkeleista Journal of Dental Research and Journal of Periodontology lehdissä. Hän on julkaissut 80 artikkelia ja 10 kirjan lukua, jotka käsittelevät päivän aihetta.

Ohjelma

Luennoitsijat

DDS, PhD, Senior Research Associate Wenche Borgnakke, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Luennot

to 12.3. Prekurssi Apollonia Symposium, Kuopio

08:45 - 09:15
Registration and coffee
09:15 - 09:30
Welcome and introduction
09:30 - 10:30
The traveling oral microbiome
10:30 - 11:00
Research design & evidence strength; association vs causation
11:00 - 12:00
Lunch break
12:00 - 12:45
Periodontitis – What is it? Who has it? Why is it important?
12:45 - 13:00
Oral-systemic links: underlying mechanisms
13:00 - 14:00
Oral-systemic links: current scientific evidence
14:00 - 14:30
Coffee break
14:30 - 15:15
Oral health-related quality of life
15:15 - 16:00
Systemic effects of non-surgical periodontal treatment
16:00 - 16:15
Medical cost savings upon periodontal treatment
16:15 - 16:30
Screening for systemic diseases in dental offices & interprofessional collaboration
16:30 - 16:45
Final Q & A, reflections, comments

Lisätiedot

koulutus@apollonia.fi
p. 09 6803 120

COURSE SYNOPSIS

Novel technology and superfast computers are enabling exploration of the oral microbiome (or oral microbiota/microflora), the collective population in the oral cavity of bacteria, virus, fungi, and archae. Over 700 bacterial species reside in the mouth, but identification and function of less than half exist. The crucial importance of the mutual effects of the oral microbiome and the rest of the body is drawing increasing attention by researchers, clinicians, and the public alike.

This course will provide an overview of the scientific evidence for characteristics of the oral microbiome and the consequences for the rest of the body when its members travel and colonize remote locations. Diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid arthritis, aspiration pneumonia, dementia/Alzheimer’s disease, kidney disease, certain cancers, and pregnancy will be mentioned, along with the effect thereon of periodontal therapy.

Evidence for systemic effects of antibiotics use will be described, along with current guidelines for their prophylactic use prior to invasive dental procedures.

Research designs and the strength of the evidence possible to derive from them will be discussed along with an explanation of the difference between association and causation.
Moreover, the importance of using standard case definitions for periodontitis surveillance will be described, along with the development of the current CDC/AAP case definitions by the Workgroup of which Dr. Borgnakke has been a member from its inception and the inclusion of full-mouth probing at six sites around all non-third molar teeth in the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2009 - 2014. These case definitions are increasingly used also in research as the global standard.

The effects of oral health on quality of life will be described, including sociologic views of tooth loss and denture use.

Finally, emerging literature on savings on medical care in people having undergone periodontal treatment will be summarized along with the acceptance by patients and dental care providers of screening for systemic diseases in dental offices.