Courses

Courses

Dentists are tasked with delivering a reasonable standard of care to all patients. When allegations are raised against a dentist or their care, Standard of Care Investigators (SCI) conduct an examination and weigh the evidence to determine if a license infraction occurred and requires punitive action by the dental board. In this fast-paced, hard-hitting presentation, you'll learn from an SCI veteran John Dovgan, DDS about the top 10 things that can cause your license to be revoked or suspended. It is worth 1 CE.

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A comprehensive training program that incorporates 4-hours of didactic training on medical emergencies and airway management. This course meets Florida’s recently enacted rule: 64B5-14.004 Continuing Education Requirement for active sedation permit holders. It is worth 4 CE.
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This presentation will review a simple neuromuscular procedure for making accurate implant overdentures with little to no post-operative adjustments. Contrary to the conventional anatomically designed prosthesis, this advanced concept eliminates the majority of the over-denture problems that dentists have encountered for the last 100 years. Presented by Joseph J. Massad, DDS.  It is worth 1.5 CE.

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The Essentials of Monitoring the Sedation Patient is designed to meet the regulations* for sedation permit-qualifying and recertification for sedation dentists and their team members set by the Missouri Dental Board. Presented by Dr. Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA, and DOCS Education, this course will address the protocols and requirements for monitoring a dental patient undergoing sedation. You will earn 15 CE credits. 
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Pain, fear, and anxiety can all affect cardiac rhythm. Jim Bovia, EMT-P will discuss the electrical system of the heart and how to identify a normal rhythm plus different irregular heart rates that could indicate a cardiac event. You will learn how to read a heart rhythm monitor, recognize the signs of a serious cardiac event, and identify the underlying causes of irregular heart rates. This course is worth .5 CE hours.
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This course consists of 2 modules. You’ll earn 5 CE credits upon completion. The quest for optimal esthetics coupled with the increased strength of all-ceramic materials has led to a significant increase in the clinical use of all-ceramic crowns and fixed partial dentures. In this presentation, Dr. Goodacre will compare the two types of restorations – all-ceramic crowns or metal-ceramic crowns – based on the factors most important to dentists and their patients when determining which to use. He will also address the most common complications that occur with all-ceramic crowns and discuss ways to optimize their success. 5 CEU
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In recent years, many dentists have struggled with emotional exhaustion and burnout due to today's unique challenges: hiring and retaining quality staff, increases in lab fees, supply chain challenges, and patients postponing treatments due to financial concerns. Fortunately, there is a range of research-based tools that allow you to master your mindset, mood, and attitude – while remaining calm during the current storms. In this course, bestselling author Karen Salmansohn will share valuable strategies you can put into practice immediately. Earn 1 CE
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