Enrollment in this course requires successful completion of Oral Sedation Dentistry
Dr. Anthony Feck, DOCS Education's Dean of Faculty, will help answer this question in this 30-minute review of appropriate maximum medication doses and patient selection. This online course qualifies for .5 hours of CE credit that is automatically issued with a digital certificate once you have completed the program.
We based our Incremental Administration Technique on the pharmacological characteristics(109, 117) of several medications—all of which carry a large margin for safety. The majority of your patients will achieve adequate sedation with the average dose of these sedative medications. This course, by a PACE-approved provider, discusses how to treat the unique cases.
This class will meet the following objectives:
- Understand the causes of hyporesponse
- Learn how to adjust for the hyporesponder
- Calculate the doses for the hyporesponder
Who Should Take this Course?
If you've already taken an oral sedation course, this refresher course has been tailor-made for you.
The prerequisites for this course include the online incremental dosing course and one of our sedation courses (Oral Sedation Dentistry; Enteral Sedation at NYU; Sedation Solutions; or IV Sedation for Dentistry).
Sign up now to reserve your spot in this helpful online class.
Purchase of this course grants access for one year.
NOTE: Many dental boards require that a specified portion of your CE credits be via in-person attendance at live courses. Check your state's rules!