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Molecular Iodine as a New Frontline Defense Against COVID19 in the Dental Practice

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Wednesday, December 9, 2020

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05:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

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Agenda

TITLE: Molecular Iodine as a New Frontline Defense Against COVID19 in the Dental Practice. An Analysis of Antimicrobial Technologies in Dental Practices to Advance Safety and Efficacy During a Pandemic. 

"There is overwhelming evidence backed by research that the COVID-19 virus can be safely and effectively inactivated by molecular iodine, the biocidal component of povidone-iodine." D. Scott Trettenero, DDS. November 16, 2020 DentistryIQ

1 CEU: Live Interactive Webinar | AGD PACE

AGD Subject Code: 010 Basic Sciences. Pharmacotherapeutics, Emerging Technology

*If you cannot attend:  A link to the recording will be emailed following the event.

COST: No charge

SPONSOR:  ioTech International

PRESENTER: Dr. Herb Moskowitz

DESCRIPTION: A new generation of super-iodines is being developed with proven anti-virucidal activity against SARS-CoV-2. This course will analyze the efficacy and safety of current anti-microbial rinses and introduce the latest generation of rinses under development. Upon the completion of this webinar, you will be provided with evidence-based studies showing the most effective rinses to protect both patients and staff.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Review the evolution of iodine in becoming a standard of care.
  2. Learn about a technological breakthrough leading to a new class of "super" iodines.
  3. Compare the efficacy of commonly used oral rinses against SARS-CoV-2
  4. Understand how the implementation of the new "super" iodines in your practice will benefit your patients.
  5. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of commonly used oral rinses.
  6. Describe the misconceptions related to iodine sensitivity.
  7. Compare current trends in anti-microbial technologies and describe their efficacy and effectiveness. 
  8. Learn why periodontal bacteremias are now considered a cause of cardiovascular disease. 
HOSTED BY:Dental CE Academy #1 Trusted Resource created by a public health dentist. Showcasing Excellence in Dental Education and Innovation to Improve Patient Outcomes.
Disclosure: Dr. Herb Moskowitz, DDS is the Chairman of ioTech International, and has a financial interest and paid speaker.
    Presenter

    Dr. Herb Moskowitz

    Dr. Herb Moskowitz is the Chairman and Co-Founder of ioTech International. He is the co-author of ioTech's U.S. patent and global patent applications. He previously founded and served as Chairman and CEO of Advanced Tissue Sciences and Life Medical Sciences, two publicly traded medical technology companies. He has also practiced clinical dentistry for more than 25 years and is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Dental School.
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