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Cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFT), and blockchain technology have worked their way into mainstream media and the finance world, causing quite a stir. You may have wondered if you should invest? Douglass Lodmell, J.D., LL.M., an asset protection expert, has a frank and straightforward conversation on one of the hottest topics in finance and technology, and answers the question: is this opportunity too good to be true? No CE is available for this course.

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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the inevitable for dentists. It is time to grow your Airway/TMJ practice by becoming an adjunct to medical practices.

Over the last year, Dr. Dipesh Sitaram heard from ENTs across the country who expressed keen interested in “new” ways to help patients breathe better. In Dr. Sitaram’s view, dental and medical patients will come back from the pandemic more discerning than ever. As a result, airway-centric dental techniques, Myofunctional therapies, and other “essential” treatments are gaining traction with patients.  

In this DOCS Home Study lecture, Dr. Sitaram shares 5 specific cases that illustrate his treatment approach, practice growth strategy, and how you can deepen your relationships and referral partnerships with local medical practitioners.

This course is worth 1.5 CE.

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 While medical emergencies are relatively rare in dentistry, statistics show that you will experience two or more incidents in your practice throughout your career. Therefore, being able to respond to such emergencies with knowledge and confidence is an essential skill for every dental professional. This licensure renewal training will be presented by two esteemed DOCS faculty members: Dr. Steve Yun, a board-certified M.D. and Dental Anesthesiologist in Southern California, and Dr. Jerry Wellbrock, a seasoned clinician with over 30 years of experience. It is worth 3 CE. 

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Adolescents represent a rapidly expanding demographic yet profoundly underserved dental population. Learn to offer sedation care to those aged 13 to 18 with this course, which stresses the unique physiological and psychological needs of teenagers. This course is taught by a leading pediatric dentist who uses a lecture and discussion format.

7 CE hours

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Oral sedation offers hope to the anxious, fearful, and phobic patient. It’s safe for most patients and rewards provider dentists with a host of benefits. But it requires careful, knowledgeable patient care. Join Dr. Anthony Feck, DMD, for an informative course on an important component of your sedation practice: Monitoring Oral Sedation Dentistry Vital Statistics. This course is worth 1 CE.

1 CE hour

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Sedation dentistry methodology and protocols for children are very different than for adults. Therefore, sedation management depends on a thorough appreciation and understanding of the anatomical, physiologic, and pharmacologic differences between the varying ages and rates of growth. This one hour CE course focuses on the anatomy and physiology of children 6 years to puberty, tracing the journey of Midazolam and how it affects different parts of the body.

1 CE hour

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This 8 hour CE course is delivered by John Dovgan, DDS, State Board investigator, and expert witness. How do dentists providing sedation services avoid malpractice claims? Two things. First, they educate themselves on the nuances and peculiarities of anesthetics. Second, they avoid common, but entirely preventable, mistakes. In this course, Dr. Dovgan, DDS explains how malpractice claims are processed. He also shows what to do to ensure one is not filed against you.

8 CE hours

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