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Optimal oral health for all focus of April conference

February 18, 2016

By Michelle Manchir

Cincinnati — Anyone interested in improving the oral health of the public is invited April 18-20 to the National Oral Health Conference here.
Conference participants can earn up to 21 continuing education hours, with additional hours granted for preconference sessions, which are offered April 16-17, organizers said.
Plenaries, workshops, seminars, luncheon roundtable discussions and oral paper presentations at the event will include current evidence on community water fluoridation, improving oral health using telehealth-connected teams and oral health's value proposition in the changing health care environment.
The American Association of Public Health Dentistry and the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors are presenting the conference, which is designed for oral health professionals, health researchers and educators, legislators, public health officials, Medicaid dental program staff and others with an interest in public oral health issues. This annual meeting routinely draws more than 750 attendees and features many social opportunities to discuss collaborative areas of focus.
To see the complete brochure or to register, visit