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Clinical Algorithms for Using SDF, PVP-I, Fluoride Varnish, and GIC in Mobile School Programs
Joana Cunha-Cruz, DDS, PhD, Sharity Ludwig, EPDH, MS, Tina Sopiwnik, DMD.
This session delivers practical knowledge on how to introduce clinical algorithms and evidence-based care into mobile care systems for children and how these new approaches are integrated into services for the Medicaid clients under managed care. The session addresses the new and innovative use of silver diamine fluoride, povidone iodine, fluoride varnish, and glass ionomer cements for both arrest and prevention of tooth decay, moving care from the surgical to atraumatic medical model.
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