The nuts and bolts of simple salivary testing – September 23, 2022 – 1 CEU


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Live virtual presentation – 1 complimentary CE – Friday, September 23, 202

AGD PACE Subject codes: 010, 430, 730


Erin Haley-Hitz, RDH, MS and Ryan Rutar, RDH, MAM, BS, BA
Anne Guignon, RDH, MPH, CSP – Moderator

Caries and erosion are disease outcomes, but where is the data about a patient’s salivary pH level or buffering capacity? Accurate information can help explain why some are at a higher risk for these conditions.

It takes less than one minute to determine pH and buffering values. Real-time information changes the conversation. Now both the patient and the clinician can focus on two parallel strategies: an accurate prevention plan and implementing any necessary treatments.

  • Recognize the urgency for adding salivary diagnostic testing
  • Create a protocol to add in-office salivary testing
  • Create a plan to successfully implement in-office salivary testing protocols
  • Identify how testing improves communication and treatment acceptance
  • Develop a strategic plan for team engagement

AGD Subject codes: 010, 430, 730  – Live virtual presentation – 1 CEU  _________________________________________________________________________________________________

Speakers – Erin Haley-Hitz, RDH, MS       Ryan Rutar, RDH, MAM, BA, BS     

Moderator – Anne N. Guignon, RDH, MPH, CSP

1 CEU | Electronically Mediated I Online | Lecture


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