Identifying Early Signs of Eating Disorders: Key Insight in the Dental Office

People of all ages, races, and background are affected by eating disorders. If left untreated, the destructive dietary habits may lead to serious systemic health complications, irreversible bodily harm, and death. Early identification and intervention are the most important factors in improving long-term outcomes.

To Obtain CE Credit


Complete the registration form.


View the webinar video.


Complete the evaluation survey.


Complete the post-test.


You will receive a certificate by email within 7 business days.


Brittany Davis, DDS

Brittany Davis, DDS

College of Dental Medicine, Columbia University; Doctoral Candidate, Emory University School of Medicine University, College of Dental Medicine Graduate, New York, NY

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Differentiate types of eating disorders
  • Evaluate the effect of early intervention on long-term outcomes
  • Compare multiple oral and systemic manifestations and their time of onset
  • Identify patient-based and provider-based obstacles to screening in a dental setting
  • Summarize the unique ways in which oral healthcare providers can promote early identification

To Obtain CE Credit

  1. Complete the registration form.
  2. View the webinar video.
  3. Complete the evaluation survey.
  4. Complete the post-test.
  5. You will receive a certificate by email within 7 business days.

Accreditation Statement

The National Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (NCEED) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NCEED maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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Webinar Details


Primary care providers treating primarily adult populations

Learning Level





1.0 Hours


1 CE Credit or Certificate of Attendance