Impact of Dental Health on Diabetes and Heart Disease

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Impact of Dental Health on Diabetes and Heart Disease

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Recent studies suggest that bacteria in your mouth and the inflammation associated with gum disease (periodontitis) can play a role in diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. Diabetes can lower one’s resistance to infection, making oral health problems more severe. Gum disease (periodontitis) is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease.

Learn how dental health can have an impact on Diabetes and Heart Disease. Join us for a Free Webinar

Saturday January 8th, 2022
10 AM to 11:30 AM EST 

By Dr. Sathish Palayam, Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS)

What you will learn from the webinar:

  • Implications of Diabetes Mellitus and Periodontal Disease
  • Oral health knowledge, attitudes and care practices of people with diabetes: a systematic review
  • Dental Care for the person with Diabetes Mellitus
  • Association between poor oral health and diabetes among Indian adult population: potential for integration with NCDs

Followed by a brief introduction to AIM2Prevent(TM) program by Mr. Girish Mehta, Founder and Executive Director of ICC

Registration is required to attend, click here to register

You will receive a video conferencing link once you register.

Feel free to reach out to us at lifestyle@ouricc.org if you have any questions

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Sathish G. Palayam, received his Doctor in Dental Surgery from The University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, combined his lifelong passions for medicine and computer technology, and emerged as a revolutionary force in digital dentistry.

A resident of the UCLA TMJ and Orofacial Pain Program, he represents the next generation of leadership for the dental profession with a goal to change the way we practice with common sense approach to business, dedication to clinical excellence and integration of technology. He is only  one of the three dentists in Massachusetts to incorporate  the truly Haptic Robotic assisted Implant Surgery in his practice.

He is a full-time practicing dentist that deals with the same issues we all face – overhead, difficult patients, ups and downs of private practice, and team management and now COVID -19. He has managed to build a successful practice over the 25 years of clinical practice that is focused on clinical excellence, education, and mentorship.

 

Mr Girish Mehta, ICC Founder and Executive Director

Girish Mehta is the founder and Executive Director of Indian Circle for Caring. Since the early beginnings, Girish served the community by building a team of volunteers, adding additional initiatives, and expanding its geographic reach beyond New England states.

After completing professional career, Girish’s skills, time, and energies are applied on a full-time basis in serving Indian Community through ICC. He earned his BE degree in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Engineering at Tufts and MBA from Boston University.

Girish bhai, as he is foundly called also led the effort to bring the proven AIM2Prevent(TM) Program from South Asian Heart Center to New England states..

Details

Date:
January 8
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Venue

Online