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The European Academy of Paediatrics is happy to offer a Free Webinar on Dental Caries:
No Mysteries in Solving the Dental Caries Riddle!
Dental caries is one preventable disease which has not been effectively prevented, despite the profession having full understanding of what it would take to eliminate
the disease from our child population.

Prof. Monty Duggal, University of Leeds School of Dentistry will discuss this in depth at Colgate's Webinar, scheduled to take place on September 14, 2016 at:
Time Countries
12:00 PM
Western European Time
UK, Portugal, Ireland etc.
13:00 PM
Central European Time

Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Netherland, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Serbia, Albania, Macedonia, Malta etc.
14:00 PM
Eastern European Time
Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Kaliningrad, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Syria etc.
This webinar will be aimed at presenting dental caries simply as it is; a completely preventable disease but with a social dimension that makes it difficult to prevent it in some. The role of effective tools for prevention will be discussed as well as suggestions on who can be involved in their delivery.

Click Here to Register for the Webinar
Dr. Stefano del Torso, EAP Vice President and Chairman of EAPRASnet (EAP Research in Ambulatory Settings Network) invites all EAP delegates to join this important webinar.
EAP is the UEMS Section of Paediatrics, and as such represents the official political voice for both children and paediatricians throughout Europe, strongly advocating a structured and accountable paediatric training programme for all doctors providing first-line care to children in the community.
Prevention of dental disorders and promotion of good oral health are the responsibility of primary care paediatricians and physicians who should begin regular oral health anticipatory guidance and risk assessment in the first year of life in the community.

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