Revolutionizing Oral Systemic Health: The Impact of Mobile Programs and Teledentistry
1 CE Credit
In this webinar, we’ll dive into the transformative potential of mobile programs and teledentistry in enhancing oral systemic health through alternative models. The digital landscape continues to evolve with innovative approaches for improving access to dental care, fostering interprofessional partnerships, and ultimately, positively impacting individuals’ overall health and well-being.
Join Smiles Across Montana founder, Crystal Spring, and Mainely Teeth founder, Amber Lombardi, as they discuss the multifaceted aspects of healthcare collaboration and screening with mobile programs and teledentistry, shedding light on their impact with the goal of promoting an improved approach to healthcare delivery.
About the Presenters
Crystal Spring, RDH, BS, LAP, has spent the last 23 years practicing as a clinical dental hygienist, serving in dental hygiene leadership, and advocating for access to care. She has spent the majority of her career working to improve oral health disparities in vulnerable populations. Her unique experience caring for patients in varying mobile and public health settings has empowered her vision to help others take the leap into untraditional dental settings.
Amber Lombardi is a graduate of the University of New England, a Master of Public Health candidate, and a member of the American Dental Hygiene Association. Amber started Mainely Teeth to bring community access to quality dental care. There’s a large gap between private insurance and government-funded insurance. Her goal is to help close this equity gap by breaking down the barriers to oral health care.