Staying Healthy in a Viral World: Dentistry's Role as Gatekeepers of Systemic Inflammation
Presented by: DeWitt Wilkerson, DDS and Susan Estep, DMD
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A presentation offering tools to re-position yourself and your practice for success as you reopen in this new era of dentistry. Dentists have never been better positioned to educate patients and improve patients' complete health. Learn to take a leading role by creating your collaborative healthcare team of experts in your community (and across the country) using virtual tools.
DeWitt Wilkerson, DDS
Dr. DeWitt “Witt” Wilkerson joined Dr. Peter Dawson’s private practice in 1982 where he is a partner. This has provided invaluable clinical experience in a renowned clinical culture. Dr. Wilkerson lectures on the subjects of restorative dentistry, dental occlusion, temporomandibular disorders, airway/dental sleep medicine, and integrative dental medicine. He serves as a Senior Faculty/Lecturer and Director of Dental Medicine with the Dawson Academy. Dr. Wilkerson is a Past-President of the American Academy of Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH), Past-President of the American Equilibration Society (AES), Director of Dental Medicine at the Dawson Academy, Adjunct Professor of Graduate Studies, the University of Florida College of Dentistry, and former Associate Faculty and Special Lecturer, the L.D. Pankey Institute. He also authored the book, “The Shift, The Dramatic Movement Toward Health Centered Dentistry”
Susan Estep, DMD
Dr. Susan Estep is the co-founder and co-owner of Atlanta Dental Spa, the premiere provider for cosmetic dentistry in Atlanta. Dr. Estep leads her skilled team, and together they have created one of Atlanta’s leading dental practices. After graduating with honors from Georgia Tech, Dr. Susan G. Estep received her Doctorate in Dental Medicine from the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry. Dr. Estep has become well known for her dedication to complete health dentistry. Her success as a cosmetic dentist shows not only in her patients smiles, but also in the underlying health of those smiles.