Nov 23

Gut Health

Diabetes and Oral Microbiome: The Missing Link

Wed 15th November 2023, 06:00pm

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Diabetes and Oral Microbiome: The Missing Link

Led by Functional Dentist Dr.Victoria Sampson and Dr.Mehlaqa Khan

In this masterclass, you’ll delve into the inner workings and pathogenesis of diabetes while gaining valuable insights into often underestimated risk factors of gum disease. We’ll explore the compelling, evidence-based link between gum disease and diabetes and unveil the fascinating two-way relationship between oral health and diabetes. Our speakers will also take us through relevant case studies and research papers relevant to the case.

Discover how to guide your clients toward optimal dental care and equip yourself with game-changing nutritional and dental interventions for superior diabetes management.

Join us for a transformative learning experience with Dr Victoria Sampson, award winning functional dentist and Dr Mehlaqa Khan, Functional Dentist and Nutritionist.

Dr. Sampson’s approach to dentistry in her clinical practice, is focused around the area of biomarker and oral microbiome testing to allow for holistic treatment. Dr. Khan is a dentist with special interests in periodontics (gum health) and nutrition.





This workshop will be awarded 1 CPD points by the NNA, the NTOI and the ANA  in accordance with their guidelines.

Once registered, you will receive three reminder emails – one a week before the webinar, one a day before and one on the day of the webinar. All our webinars are recorded – you will be sent a link to the recording along with all the educational material, presentations, handouts and CPD approximately 24 to 48 hours.


Dr.Victoria Sampson

Functional Dentist and Researcher

Dr Victoria Sampson BDS MFDS RCS Ed Pg Dip obtained her Bachelor in Dental Surgery from Barts and the London. She is now known for her work in developing salivary diagnostics, microbiome testing and incorporating artificial intelligence into every day care. Her work has been acknowledged worldwide resulting in her becoming a scientific advisor, board member and clinical lead of multiple dental companies globally. She also has a post graduate Diploma in Periodontology in 2022. Victoria has been at the forefront of change in dentistry, by undertaking research projects in multiple fields of dentistry and taking a special interest in the relationship between the mouth and the body. She has published numerous papers both in the UK and internationally, with her most recent publication in the British Dental Journal being the most cited and viewed article ever published. Most recently, Victoria was shortlisted as one of the most promising young scientists in Europe for the Forbes 30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare 2022 for her efforts and devotion to healthcare. She is the first dentist to ever shortlist for Forbes.