Revolutionizing interdisciplinary healthcare by uniting medicine and dentistry to empower a higher quality of life.
•Deliver higher quality of care to your patients
•Learn about the latest research and educate yourself
Becoming Champions of Science & Clinical Solutions
September 15-18, 2022 | Phoenix, AZ | Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass
Join the largest meeting of dental and medical professionals in the world! Collaboration Cures brings together the latest information, ideas, technology, and research from the worlds of dentistry, medicine, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, myofunctional therapy, and more.
“Now, more than ever, it’s time to come together…for the health of our patients, our practices, and our world.”
Dr. Susan Maples (President, AAOSH)
AAOSH Core Curriculum
AAOSH Core Curriculum is an opportunity for dental, medical, and all allied healthcare professionals to access cutting edge, research-based education that has an immediate impact on your ability to treat patients, grow your practice, and become a leader in oral systemic health. All available for CE and CME credit.
AAOSH members receive unlimited access to Core Curriculum modules, CE/CME credit, and new live webinars every month. Provide yourself, your team, and your patients with the highest caliber research and education today. Join Now.
The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH) is a national network of healthcare professionals and advocates dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration, ongoing research and education of the oral systemic connection.
AAOSH Connect is a free monthly newsletter that provides support to health professionals and the public, by providing a higher-quality standard for health care service, as well as raising public awareness of the health connections linking the mouth with the body.
"Medical problems such as cardiovascular disease, stroke and atherosclerosis are the leading cause of patient medical complications and death. Research has demonstrated there is a link between these diseases and periodontal disease. Research has also shown that treating the gum disease has lowered some of the markers related to these systemic cardiovascular problems. AAOSH is instrumental in helping dentists and physicians learn these interrelationships and how to work together to help the patients receive the benefits of combined medical/dental care."
DUANE KELLER, DMD