Courses

Courses
You may already be doing oral sedation and be required to take a periodic review course.  Even if you aren’t, it’s important to review and be updated on the latest and greatest information on oral sedation dentistry to promote improved knowledge and safety of the patient experience.
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As a practitioner of oral sedation dentistry, you know it's critical to continually refresh and improve your knowledge of pharmacology. Earn 3 CE credits with this course and gain the benefits of expert training without even leaving your office or home. You will have access to this course for one year after purchase.
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Refresh your knowledge on how to deliver sedatives through incremental oral administration. This 2-credit course will update your skills so you can provide the best possible care to your patients. You will have access to this course for one year after purchase.
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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 will help you build confidence in your patient assessment abilities. You will have access to this course for one year after purchase.
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You want to provide your patients with the safest, most advanced, comprehensive care available. That means keeping your skills, and your knowledge, top notch and up to date. Taught by world-class educator, Dr. Anthony Feck, this online course will fulfill most state’s recertification requirements and deliver a unique educational experience that is at once enriching, stimulating, and fun.

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All dentists who administer oral conscious sedation want to keep their patients comfortable, happy, and safe. To reach those goals, dentists must understand the dynamics of each drug they administer. That is, they must know how the drug interacts with receptors in the body and the location of those receptors.

In this course, Dr. Feck explains how basic chemistry determines the effects of a drug. He uses a popular sedative as an example to show the path it travels to bind with a receptor, turn it on, and boost the effect of a naturally-occurring chemical. He discusses chemistry again to reveal how the body’s composition changes the dynamics of a drug.

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As the country ages, sedation dentists are facing new challenges; patients have more diseases, take more prescription drugs, and carry more surgical implants. In this module, Drs. Fang and Feck show you how to assess patients accurately so you can safely treat them.
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