Let’s pretend there’s a group of lawyers sitting in a room. What are the chances any of them know how to properly fill a tooth with the same finesse as a dentist? Practically zero! By the same token, a dentist won’t understand sedation regulations with the same depth as a lawyer. But when lawyers and dentists work together? Great things happen for dental practices.
Which is why DOCS Education provides all its members with sedation regulatory alerts. This monthly email, penned by our very own regulatory council John Bitting, Esq., notifies you of any changes to sedation regulations, DEA drug disposal days or Botox regulations. It also fills you in on how to stay current with regulations and how to sign up for additional states at sedationregulations.com.
Remember: the email you receive will be for the state in your DOCS Education account – so if you’re licensed in more than one state be sure to visit sedationregulations.com and sign up!
Sedation regulatory alerts are just one of the many ways DOCS Education helps its members create better, safer and stronger sedation practices.
If you’re a member, be sure to visit your membership dashboard to ensure you’re using all the member benefits you already have access to.
If you’re not yet a member, consider becoming one! Thoughtfully designed to cater to the most important needs of a sedation dentist, membership not only makes your life easier – it makes your practice safer.
The information contained in this, or any case study post in Incisor should never be considered a proper replacement for necessary training and/or education regarding adult oral conscious sedation. Regulations regarding sedation vary by state. This is an educational and informational piece. DOCS Education accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages resulting from any direct or indirect recipient's use of or failure to use any of the information contained herein. DOCS Education would be happy to answer any questions or concerns mailed to us at 106 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA 98121. Please print a copy of this posting and include it with your question or request.