Shifting biofilm: The RDH guide to identifying dysbiosis

Ready to unravel the mysteries of oral and systemic dysbiosis? View this RDH Solutions Lab and discover how bioavailable L. reuteri can pave the way to a symbiotic oral environment.
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Many factors contribute to oral and systemic dysbiosis. Preventive oral health-care specialists have the ability to identify causative factors of dysbiosis. Discover the powerful benefits that bioavailable L. reuteri can have in promoting a symbiotic environment.

What you’ll learn:

  • Identify five different common factors that can promote a dysbiotic environment
  • Compare past methods of measuring oral disease with a root cause model
  • Investigate the benefits of specific L. reuteri strains and their proven beneficial effect on the oral environment


    Jackie Sanders

    Jackie Sanders, MBA, RDH, has more than four decades of continual career development and experience in dentistry. As the chief editor of RDH magazine, she strives to remain a proactive personality in the continual advancement of the profession. She has been defined as a motivated trendsetter and dependable colleague and is inspired by her true passion of helping others to achieve their personal goals.

    Amber Auger 

    Amber Auger MPH, RDH, is the 2019 Sunstar Award of Distinction recipient, a practicing dental hygienist, corporate consultant, and international speaker. Amber is the editorial director of the RDH Graduate newsletter and consultant for RDH magazine. She created Thrive in the OP, a membership course that equips dental hygienists with clinical, business, and leadership skills outside of their traditional hygiene degree. Amber can be reached at [email protected].

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