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Oral Health Integration in Medication Assisted Treatment for Substance Use Disorder

Live webinar 2/7/19  


This webinar will provide an overview of the opioid crisis focusing on the oral manifestations of substance use disorder, the integration of oral health services in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs and dental treatment considerations for patients enrolled in MAT programs.

Opioid Crisis

A special edition of the NNOHA News focused exclusively on our nation’s Opioid Crisis.

Integrated ED Referral Value: A Medical-Dental Team Approach to Reduce Opioid Use and Increase Access to Care

This session provides a comprehensive profile of a successful “dentally driven” ED Referral program developed within a dental residency program which includes effective strategies to address opioid abuse issues and access to care dilemmas. Resolving ED dental utilization addresses substance abuse issues, while connecting pregnant women, diabetics, and autistic patients to dental homes. It also has meaningful impact in the medical community, educating them on pathways to collaborate professionally within a well designed interdisciplinary system.

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