Instructor: Nicole Greco
Sponsor: Dental CE Masters
Dates: January 23rd
Time 9:00 pm EST/8:00 pm CST/7 pm MST
Cost $35 - Sign Up Link Below
Live Participation Webinar
Course Description: This course is an introduction of the major cannabinoids: THC, CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC to the dental professional. The cannabis plant offers enormous therapeutic potential in dentistry, including: analgesic effects, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, anti-fungal and antimicrobial qualities. This course is an evidence-based look at how each cannabinoid could be used in both medicine and dentistry.
After completion of this 55-minute webinar and ten questions, the dental professional will be able to:
1. Compare the recreational/adult use cannabis state to the medicinal cannabis state; discussing the differences and similarities regarding access, standards and regulations.
2. Examine the therapeutic applications for THC, CBD, CBG in dentistry, including the chair-side potential to relieve pain and anxiety.
3. Discuss the specific dental uses of THC, CBD including smoking cessation, herpetic lesions, mucositis and more.
4. Classify and discuss the forms of administration including: inhalation, ingestion and topical application of cannabis.
Nicole Greco is a Cannabis Educator with New Jersey Alternative Medicine (NJAM) and a Holistic Dental Hygienist. Nicole spent 15 years as a formal dental hygiene educator, serving as Dean for Baker College of Auburn Hills, Michigan which sadly closed August 2016. Nicole returned to New Jersey, where she advocates for cannabis access and acceptance. Nicole provides education and guidance for her cannabis patients, also using ozone therapy, microscopy and probiotics in Holistic Dentistry.
Master of Arts in Health Education, Columbia University
Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene, New York University
Nicole Greco, B.S., M.A.
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