Dentist's: $ 350.00
Hygienist's: $ 150.00
The event will be held at:
Perio Health Professionals
3400 South Gessner Road, Suite 102
Houston, TX 77063
Learn how the escalating trends in preventable illnesses such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea and acid reflux closely intertwine with oral disease. And the root cause for most preventable illness is a diet low in nutrient value and sleep deficiency. It’s time for dentistry to take its rightful place in the predicting and preempting lifestyle related illness. Systemic disease screening, intervention and facilitation are possible, right in the dental chair. This program will help you add new sources of revenue, lift your team morale, attract health-valuing new patients, and build co-referral relationships with the medical community.
Learn to identify signs and symptoms of and systemic disease from the mouth
Learn to transition from pharmaceuticals to food for health
Uncover new lines of practice revenue that also help save lives
Begin Facilitating lasting health change behavior in children and adults
Build infant, children, teen & geriatric systemic health programs
Grow your network by adding strong co-referral relationships
Become a niche market by building a Total Health Practice in your community
For 30+ years, Dr. Susan Maples has led a successful, insurance independent, Total Health Dental Practice in Holt, MI. She shares her expertise along with a sincere passion for integrative mouth-body health with her patients and team.
The originator of Total Health Academy, a robust online learning curriculum for dental teams to create their own Total Health Dental Practice.
Author of BlabberMouth! 77 Secrets Only Your Mouth Can Tell You To Live a Healthier, Happier, Sexier Life!
Creator of Hands On Learning Lab ™, an interactional science based learning arena for kids and adults.
Developer of SelfScreen.net, a series of screening tools that help dental professionals and patients uncover risk factors for debilitating illness such as pre-diabetes/diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, acid reflux and chronic systemic inflammation.
Susan was co-investigator in an award-winning diabetes research study entitled Diabetes Detection in the Dental Office. In 2012, she was awarded the Lucy Hobbs Mentor Award, Lucy was the first female dentist. She currently serves on the Governing Board of the American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health (AAOSH) and is the first recipient of the AAOSH Master Fellowship Award 2018. An entertainer and educator in one, Susan radiates passion for children’s health, believing kids are the only hope for de-escalating our national health crisis!