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Aerosols in nonsurgical therapy – a risk for dental professionals?

Prof. Magda Mensi , Dr. Marcel Donnet

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Aerosols in nonsurgical therapy – a risk for dental professionals?

Prof. Magda Mensi , Dr. Marcel Donnet

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Join Prof. Magda Mensi and Dr. Marcel Donnet on their webinar “Aerosols in nonsurgical therapy – a risk for dental professionals?” and learn all about aerosols and how to best manage them in your practice. Research has shown that aerosols generated during nonsurgical therapy procedures can be reduced by as much as 95% if and when the correct technique is implemented.

Learning objectives:

  • Fully understand the meaning of aerosols and their facts
  • Are aerosols a risk for dental professionals?
  • Tip and tricks on how to best reduce aerosols
  • Improve clinical skills and knowledge on PPE routine

This webinar will be concluded with a LIVE Q & A giving you the opportunity to ask all your most pressing questions.

 

Release date: Thursday 23rd July, 2020, 12:00 PM

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Prof. Magda Mensi

  • Researcher and Professor in Oral Surgery and Periodontology at University of Brescia Italy since 2002 and first level medical manager at Dental Clinic at hospital “Spedali Civili” of Brescia since 2002.
  • Main topics of research: Guided Biofilm Therapy, Aggressive Periodontitis, Topical antibiotics and delivery systems, periimplantitis, mini-invasive surgery.
  • Professor of Periodontology, Oral Surgery and Implantology at Dental and Hygiene School of University of Brescia.
  • Ordinary Member of SidP (Italian Society of Periodontology) since 2001.
  • Master in Periodontology and Implantology at University of Ferrara (Italy) from 2010 to 2012.
  • Author on main national and international papers.
  • Speaker at courses and congresses all over the world.
  • Visiting Professor at Ohio State University in 2015.
  • Private Profession in Periodontology and Implantology.
  • Scientific advisor for Dental Companies.
  • Reviewer for international journals.

Regarding GBT:
She published in 2016 on Quintessence International and JOMI (Italian journal) her innovative protocol of Full Mouth Erythritol Powder Air Polishing Therapy in combination with Systemic antibiotics ( amoxicillin and metronidazole) on patients affected by Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis.

She first introduced the disclosing agent as a guide of her FM-EPAPT and she’s validating this approach in her randomized contro trials.

She work every day directly and with her staff with Air Flow Prophylaxis Master on different clinical condition with many documentation and different RCT in course.

She is scientific advisory for EMS.

Email: magdamensi@gmail.com
Sito web: www.magdamensi.it
Facebook/magdamensi

Dr. Marcel Donnet

Dr Marcel Donnet first studied chemical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland. After obtaining his Masters, he completed a PhD in Powder Technology. In 2002, on completion of his PhD, he co-founded a tech start-up company called Techpowder.

It was in 2004 that Dr Marcel Donnet joined EMS as an AIRFLOW Powder Specialist. Dr Donnet manages the research and development of all AIRFLOW powders and is instrumental in the development of AIRFLOW devices and accessories.