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Learning how to identify whether a patient is a good candidate for oral sedation dentistry is one of the most basic and important steps in practicing safe and effective oral sedation. This course 2-hour CE course will help you build confidence in your patient assessment abilities.

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February 20, 2021
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Designed for general dentists and specialists who administer IV medication, with or without oral sedatives. Taught by general dentists, EMTs, and Dental Anesthesiologist. This course is ideal for practitioners in need of IV sedation permit maintenance or recertification, as well as those wishing to expand their knowledge. Increase the number of protocols in your arsenal and hone your skill set in this comprehensive, hands-on session to maximize treatment effectiveness. Small class size and individual training.

Presentations include a DENTAL RESPONSE to COVID by Dr. Leslie Fang.

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Refresh your IV sedation training in your own office. DOCS Education's in-office training provides you with tailored instruction specific to your practice and your office. IV sedation is an effective, predictable and flexible mode of sedation that expands the number of medications you can use to make your patients more comfortable. You and your team will learn about novel agents, key drugs, equipment, emergency measures and other methods to assure patient safety and satisfaction. The course is taught by a board-certified anesthesiologist with 30 years of clinical experience and is offered in 1- or 2-day formats.
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A dental professional’s ability to recognize the cautions and contraindications possible when providing oral sedation can make the difference between a good experience and a terrible one for everyone involved. Dr. Anthony Feck discusses the red flags you need to watch for when providing oral sedation and using its most commonly used medications. This course is worth 1 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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