2018 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 18-20

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

Supplier Showcase – Ms. Christine Chore, RDH – Oral Science

Minimally Invasive Approach To Treating Dental Caries: Hands-On

Thursday October 19, 2017 6:00pm – 9:00pm  Chilcotin Room

Please RSVP your attendance directly to Karen Treadgold via email: k.treadgold@oralscience.com or telephone: 604-765-4653.   There are no fees to attend this session.

Ms. Christine Chore, RDH

CDHBC QAP Competency – D6, A1

The participants will learn about the new paradigm shift in dental caries detection and management including how the majority of carious lesions can be reversed and even arrested.

Learning Outcomes

An easy-to-integrate approach for a minimally invasive treatment of dental caries will be presented. The different parts of this treatment approach are:

  • Managing the recent caries experience and current disease activity
  • Non-cavitated & cavitated lesions
  • Unique solution to arrest cavitated lesion
  • Discover how high intensity treatments can transform the cariogenic oral flora to a non-cariogenic one
  • Discover how to optimize the remineralization process at home
  • Discover how to optimize biofilm removal using the most effective and non-traumatic home-care tools

This treatment combines the most efficient and evidence-based in-office treatments and innovative home-care solutions. The participants will try all these solutions in order to get comfortable using and recommending them.

Patients recommendation pads and samples will be provided.The brands presented will include X-PUR, Curaprox, Xylimelts, Gengigel, Advantage Arrest, FluoriMax & Plaque HD.


Christine Chore, RDH, PID, BSc (DH) brings over 28 years of experience working within the dental profession. Initially graduating as a Certified Dental Assistant, continuing on to graduate with a Diploma in Dental Hygiene, completing the Provincial Instructor Diploma and then furthering her education at the University of British Columbia, where she completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene. Christine’s passion for clients’ oral health and overall health has propelled her to pursue diversity in her career. Over the last 18 years practicing as a RDH, Christine’s experiences include being a clinician in both private practice and in residential care, an instructor at a dental hygiene college, dental public health educator, advocate for improving access to dental services, facilitator and speaker for a dental hygiene study club, committee member of the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board and a committee member of the College of Dental Hygienists of British Columbia. Christine believes dental professionals and their clients should be well informed of current evidence-based treatment options that optimize clinical and oral health outcomes.

2018 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 18-20

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

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