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Receive 1.5 continuing education credit hours per course.
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Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and is on the rise. 25% of the population has a genetic predisposition to getting Alzheimer’s. Until now it has been thought to be a terminal disease with no cure.
Since 2017, physicians around the country have been using a method called Recode, which stands for reverse cognitive decline, developed by UCLA neurologist Dr. Dale Bredesen. In August 2022 a peer-reviewed study in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease showed that 84% of patients improve using his method! The best drug reduces decline by only 20%.
Certification requires no new dental skills, and dramatically heightens your credibility which, in turn, leads to more referrals and case acceptance.
Thousands of physicians, health coaches, and patients are being taught that periodontal bacteria, airway obstruction, and mercury from amalgams are all root causes of Alzheimer’s, and are encouraged to partner with certified dental professionals for both reversal and prevention.
Geralyn Beers has spent 39 years as a dental hygienist in both private practice and public health, and years as program consultant and clinical instructor for a leading continuing education company. She is a founding member and past board member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health & has attained status as a Bale/Doneen Preceptor, which is leading the way in Heart Attack and Stroke prevention through collaborative care.
As the Director of Dental Training for Apollo Health and the COO of Complete Health Heroes, she is ReCODE 2.0 Certified, and is excited to help dental professionals expand their knowledge of the Dementia prevention and reversal program to further elevate dental teams through ReCODE Certification.
|Attendees Will. Learn..|
*about Alzheimer’s disease and why it is now both preventable and treatable
*why optimal oral health is critical to patient and practice success
*see the causation level evidence for oral bacteria as an important contributor to dementia, and how certification in dementia care by dental professionals can benefit patients, the practice, and you personally.
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