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Mark LeBlanc, CSP Business Development Coach, and Author:
“ I’ve worked with hundreds of dental speakers over the past 20 years. Kathryn is a rare gem. If you have the opportunity to include Kathryn Gilliam on your program, do it! You’ll be thrilled that you did.”
– Vanessa Emerson, Founder Dental Speakers Bureau, Founder Dental Speaker Institute
Kathryn Gilliam, BA, RDH, FAAOSH, is passionate about empowering clinicians to incorporate state of the art scientific principles with a philosophy of treatment from the heart.
Kathryn’s impactful continuing education courses leave her attendees with a clear path to professional transformation, enhanced career satisfaction, and proven systems for optimal patient care. Kathryn’s content is based on the most current clinical research and is rich in real-life, easily implemented practical protocols. She lectures on compelling topics and creates inspirational and well-received presentations. Audiences applaud her readily applied protocols and appreciate her ability to make complex information easy to understand.
Hot Stuﬀ: The Fire Within
Explore the science behind the oral-systemic connection. Integrate salivary diagnostic testing, implement the latest adjunctive therapies, and master eﬀective communication skills to educate patients for improved case acceptance. Understand nutritional needs of periodontal patients, review the anti-inflammatory diet, and identify targeted nutritional supplements.
Three Minutes to Save a Life
In this interactive workshop, distinguish the risks of oral cancer and recognize those people at highest risk. Master a spa-like, comprehensive examination to set your practice apart. Review protocols for the management of cancer treatment side eﬀects. Acquire verbal skills to enhance patient education, increase acceptance, ease patient concerns, and maximize patient follow up.
The Celiac Surge: Oral Signs of a New Epidemic
In this course you will become familiar with the various signs and symptoms that may be pointing to this serious systemic illness. Helping patients understand that they may have gluten-related disorders could be the key to a lifetime of improved health.
Medical Protocols for Periodontal Therapy
Periodontal disease pathogens infiltrate into the open wounds of the ulcerated sulcus, leading to tissue damage and destruction. Traditional non-surgical periodontal therapy has been only marginally effective in many cases, leading to frustration on the part of the practitioner and dissatisfaction on the part of the patient. Adapting medical wound care protocols can enhance healing, leading to more satisfied patients and more fulfilled clinicians.
Breathless: Oral Signs of a Silent Epidemic
Screening for and treating sleep-related breathing disorders has become the newest focus of integrated dental practice. Breathe life into your patients with an airway centered practice.
Contact Kathryn to customize a presentation for your next meeting!
832-264-8343 – Kathryn@PerioLinks.com