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Most patients react to sedative medications within the normal range, but a small percent of patients do not readily feel the effects. How do you treat a patient who hyporesponds to medication?

You will have access to this half hour CE course for one year after purchase.

0.5 CE hour

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Even experienced dentists who administer sedation can feel overwhelmed at times by the patient monitoring process. That’s because of constant changes in technology, guidelines, and best practices. In this 4 module, 4 CE credit hour course, Drs. Fang, Feck, and Silverman distill a library of patient monitoring information into easy-to-understand principles.

4 CE hours

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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 3 module 4 hour CE course, Drs. Fang and Feck show you how to assess patients accurately so you can safely treat them.

4 CE hours

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Providing sedation dentistry successfully requires constant learning and refinement. While technical skills are absolutely necessary, they are only one component of the service. In this 3 module, 4 CE credit hour course, Dr. Anthony Feck discusses other skills, including marketing, communication, and presentation--essential to your success as a sedation dentist.

4 CE hours

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Dr. Anthony Feck presents this one-hour CE on oral sedation protocols. 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.

1 CE hour

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The relief of pain is among the primary goals of any health practitioner. Along with the inventions of modern forms of pain relief have come a renewed attention and appreciation for established ones, for example, nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation. This odorless and colorless gas was first used in dentistry in the mid-1800s. As taught by the Dean of DOCS Education’s faculty, Anthony Feck, DMD in this one hour CE lecture, you’ll gain an overview in “Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation for Adults and Children” of why this tool remains a mainstay of dental and medical practice.

1 CE hour

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If you need to renew your pediatric sedation dentistry permit, or just update your training, our 7-hour online course offers a convenient, cost-effective way to accomplish your goals.

Either our PSD course (25 hours) or a pediatric residency are a pre-requisite to taking this online course.

7 CE hours.

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