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According to the CDC over 48% of Americans are taking at least one prescription drug.  Understanding how these drugs interact with sedation medications is critical to patient safety . In this 1 CE course presented by DOCS Education Medical Director, Leslie Fang, MD, PhD, he discusses the mechanism of metabolism of drugs that are metabolized in the liver as well as the intestines.  The critical nature of the CYP450 enzyme system that is responsible for the metabolism of many drugs is broken down to help you recognize how drugs, including those used for sedation, work together and against each other. 
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Over the past few years, there have been a number of new technologies have been developed to help dental practices acquire new patients. Joe Barton, VP of RAMP - The Dentists Advertising Agency, will discuss how these new technologies can be implemented in your practice and what you can do to ensure your success. Yes, even during the current COVID-19 crisis! This course is worth 1.5 CE.

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Nitrous oxide is a widely used sedative agent in dentistry. Yet, if asked, many dentists do not know the details behind the manufacture and distribution of this gas. As Dr. Anthony Feck explains, if you are going to minister this gas to your patients, you should have a basic understanding of how it is fabricated, how it is stored, and how it is distributed to your office for use. This course is worth 1 CE.
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You know the importance of creating a safe, comfortable, fear-free experience for your patients, but do you have an efficient, highly profitable system in place? Dr. Anthony Feck’s insightful presentation will earn dentists and their team members 1.5 CE credits while empowering the team to skillfully run sedation operations while the dentists take care of the dentistry.

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Now that you’ve taken the courses to receive your sedation dentistry permits and scheduled your site visit, it’s time to turn your attention to the larger goal: making the dental experience worry-free for anxious dental patients. Dr. Carol Wilson will unpack the steps to successful record-keeping in a sedation office for you and your team. This course is worth 1.5 CE.

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The history of anesthesia in dentistry includes morbidity and mortality, and that has prompted dentists to seek alternatives to the usual modalities. The profession looks for shorter-acting agents, reversal drugs, monitoring, and other means to minimize poor outcomes. Dr. Anthony Feck will explain the challenges to historical recording, defining, and claim submission. This course is worth 0.5 CE.

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What are the protocols for providing sedation dentistry to patients with diabetes? In this 1 hour CE course, learn to evaluate and safely treat Type I, Type II and pre-diabetes patients directly from world-renowned physician Dr. Leslie Fang, MD, PhD. This interactive course case studies, polls, and Q&A.

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