Laura Skaret brings many years of prior dental experience to the team. She has been a registered dental hygienist since 2008 and has an additional four years of dental experience working as a dental receptionist and a dental assistant. Her prior experience is a tremendous asset as she brings both clinical knowledge of dentistry and understanding of dental practice operations and systems to the Safety Net Solutions (SNS) program.

Rob's extensive career in clinical practice and dental management is apparent as he talks about topics like innovation in dentistry and the future direction of the oral health care system.

A true visionary, Bob explains the importance of developing a medical model of care and the implementation of primary care and dental thinking and theory.

Marty describes how using the CAMBRA risk management tool and self-management goal setting empowered patients to take a more active role in their oral health and the health of their families.

Andrea explains the critical role that hygienists play in prevention and disease management.  She also shares success stories and strategies for creating a culture of prevention in practice.

In her work at the Boston Children's Hospital, Man Wai has seen first hand how prevention can make a difference in children's oral outcomes.  Listen as she shares the history of how prevention and evidence-based dentistry was implemented.

Homa discusses the use of disease management to reverse dental caries disease.  She shares how working in partnership with the caregiver can make a huge difference in the oral outcomes of the child.

Amy shares her experiences in pediatric practice and tells the story of how the use of prevention protocols has spread in ways not anticipated.  She also references her work with the Early Childhood Caries (ECC) collaborative.

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