Rotary Lunch Program: Dr. Kimberly Schlam – Personalized Dentistry and Technology’s Impact on the Future of Dental Health

On Tuesday, June 18, our lunch program will be a presentation entitled “Personalized Dentistry and Technology’s Impact on the Future of Dental Health” from Dr. Kimberly Schlam of Bend Prosthodontics.

Dr. Schlam will share how dentistry is using technology to create a virtualized patient to collaboratively treat complex conditions.

She will review where dentistry has been and where it is going and why the link between dentistry and medicine needs more attention.

Location: Boys and Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.

  Dr. Kimberly Schlam
Dr. Kimberly Schlam recently opened the first private practice Prosthodontic office in Bend, Oregon. Her practice focuses on patient centric, multi-specialty, collaborative care. Her research has focused on patient reported quality of life outcomes of implant prosthetics. She focuses on using digital technology to improve techniques, communication, and enhance her patients’ experiences. She is an educator for SPEAR, a key opinion leader for Straumann implants and speaks internationally about her clinical care.

Dr. Schlam received her dental training from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and her Certificate of Prosthodontics and Master’s degree from UNC Chapel Hill. She has also served as an active duty US Army prosthodontist.

Note: This week, we’ll be at the Boys and Girls Club offices at 500 NW Wall St.

Signup for lunch here.

This meeting will both in-person and virtual. We will record the presentation for others who aren’t able to attend at noon.

Join the Zoom Meeting here: RCGB Zoom Link

You can also call in to the meeting at (669) 900-9128 and enter meeting ID: 692 491 9146. If you’re asked, the passcode is 5110.