Courses

Courses

This one CE hour course will introduce you to the rapidly growing space of digital dentistry and implantology. Learn how state-of-the-art digital dental technology allows every dentist – regardless of the size of their practice – to manufacture inexpensive, high-quality, fully guided surgical guides right in their own office. Whether you place implants on a weekly basis or only occasionally, you’ll discover how you can do it with much greater ease, precision, safety, and patient satisfaction.

1 CE hour

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Getting older is a natural process, but aging is not. To a few special physicians, aging is considered a disease that can be treated. You’ve no doubt heard of stem cells and their controversy. Have you heard about the latest scientific advancements that have resulted from successfully using them? Regenerative Medicine is taking healing to new levels by using your very own dormant stem cells to trigger healing and reverse aging. This is not science fiction. This is science.

1.5 CE hours

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Your professional life can be likened to playing a game. To win this game, you not only have to understand the constantly changing rules, but you must know how to change the game, because whoever controls the rules, also controls the game. Presented by Dr. Anthony Feck, you’ll learn five Game-Changing Strategies that significantly improve existing situations to allow for a more competitive position in a constantly evolving marketplace.

1.5 CE hours

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Ex[;pre pediatric sedation and how oral sedation can bring relief to both children and their parents. You'll learn to identify patients who would benefit from sedation, pediatric sedation safety and new medications.

This online course is worth 1 CE hour.

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This is a three-module video course. You’ll earn one hour of continuing education credit upon completion.

High-fear dental patients are delicate. Dental team members not familiar with them can easily misinterpret their mannerisms, behavior, and questions for something else. This confusion makes it hard for dental teams to build trust, the top priority for fearful patients.

In this course, April Burus, a team member in Dr. Anthony Feck’s Lexington office, explains the characteristics and nuances of high-fear patients. She shares the tactics and strategies her team uses to guide patients through treatment, starting with their first inquiry. In each module, April answers questions from the audience—a lively mix of office managers, hygienists, and dental assistants.

1 CE hour

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In the pre-coronavirus days, regulatory compliance obligations were generally considered a dentist’s least favorite task on their endless checklist of projects. While understandably relegated to a low priority in busier times, regulatory compliance should be a major focus point when your practice is shuttered.
In this information-packed course, DOCS Regulatory Counsel J. Kathleen Marcus, J.D., will review the areas of regulatory vulnerability that have emerged at the forefront during this crisis.

1.5 CE hours

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In this course, Leslie Fang, MD, PhD, discusses the new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) that are effectively being prescribed in place of Coumadin, and the guidelines for determining dental management when they’re in use. He’ll also address new antiplatelet agents beyond Plavix and aspirin, as well as managing patients with double antiplatelet therapy.

1.5 CE hours

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