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This course consists of 2 modules. You’ll earn 5 CE credits upon completion. The quest for optimal esthetics coupled with the increased strength of all-ceramic materials has led to a significant increase in the clinical use of all-ceramic crowns and fixed partial dentures. In this presentation, Dr. Goodacre will compare the two types of restorations – all-ceramic crowns or metal-ceramic crowns – based on the factors most important to dentists and their patients when determining which to use. He will also address the most common complications that occur with all-ceramic crowns and discuss ways to optimize their success. 5 CEU
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In recent years, many dentists have struggled with emotional exhaustion and burnout due to today's unique challenges: hiring and retaining quality staff, increases in lab fees, supply chain challenges, and patients postponing treatments due to financial concerns. Fortunately, there is a range of research-based tools that allow you to master your mindset, mood, and attitude – while remaining calm during the current storms. In this course, bestselling author Karen Salmansohn will share valuable strategies you can put into practice immediately. Earn 1 CE
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Cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFT), and blockchain technology have worked their way into mainstream media and the finance world, causing quite a stir. You may have wondered if you should invest? Douglass Lodmell, J.D., LL.M., an asset protection expert, has a frank and straightforward conversation on one of the hottest topics in finance and technology, and answers the question: is this opportunity too good to be true? No CE is available for this course.

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This course consists of 3 modules. You’ll earn 4 CE credits upon completion. Knowledge of the factors that cause complications and failure in fixed prosthodontics enhances our ability to develop effective treatment plans, facilitates success, promotes optimal doctor-patient communication regarding anticipated treatment outcomes, and provides early diagnosis of problems encountered during long-term maintenance.
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Learn the significance of case evaluation and selection when sedating pediatric dental patients. Presented by Drs. Roger Sanger, DDS, MS, and Dr. Steve Yun, MD. You’ll learn which pediatric patients can be sedated in the dental office and when it’s wise to refer out. Dr. Yun will also share the guidelines and risk factors for accepting sedation patients with upper respiratory infections (URIs). This course is worth 1 CE hour.
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Under Indiana State Board of Dentistry regulation, dental assistants and hygienists with one year of dental office experience can now administer nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation with training, experience, and course completion. This course will teach qualified DA/DH the techniques of N2O administration, enabling them to maximize patient comfort and increase the practice’s productivity. It includes 3 hours of online didactic education and instructions for acquiring hands-on training under the supervision of a licensed dentist; no travel is required. This program complies with the Indiana State Board of Dentistry regulation (IC 25-13-1-10.7) and is offered through an affiliation with the AEGD Program in the Department of Dental Science, a CODA-accredited program, at Idaho State University.

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Sedation offers hope to anxious, fearful, and phobic patients. It is safe for most patients and rewards provider dentists with a host of benefits. But it requires knowledgeable patient care and monitoring from the beginning of the sedation appointment until the conclusion. Join world-class educator Dr. Anthony Feck, DMD for an informative DOCS Education course on the important components you and your team need for safe and effective sedation. It is worth 3 CE.
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