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Oral sedation offers tremendous benefits to both patient and providing dentist. In the last two decades, its usage has grown significantly among general dentists. Still, many dentists distrust their ability to administer it properly. In this one hour CE course, Drs. Leslie Fang and Anthony Feck look at multiple complex but commonplace oral sedation cases. They clarify popular misconceptions and reinforce current best practices.
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More emergencies happen in dental offices related to the administration of local anesthesia than those that accompany oral or IV sedation. In this course, Dr. Anthony Feck dives deep into the different types of local anesthetics and the drug interactions between local anesthetics, vasoconstrictors, and sedative drugs, giving you a comprehensive top-down look of what you must consider and account for in order to treat safely. This course is worth .5 CE.
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How can a dentist treat children quickly and efficiently, particularly in the post-COVID era? Dr. Roger Sanger, DOCS Education's lead Pediatric Sedation Dentistry instructor, will discuss how “Pedonomics,” the dentist can apply “time economics” to pediatric care for increased profitability per unit of time. Even lower-fee-reimbursement care becomes profitable when utilizing time-tested tactics. This course is worth 2 CE.

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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. Small businesses with fewer than 50 employees, like may Dental offices, may qualify for exemption from the requirement if the leave would jeopardize the viability of the business. During this course, Paul Edwards of CEDR HR Solutions discusses the FFCRA and your most pressing HR-related child care concerns. It is worth 1 CE credit.

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Even the best seminar presentation can't replicate the value of training in an actual clinical setting. That's why we offer a premium experience for dentists wishing to put their knowledge into practice. The Personal Learning Experience (PLE) places dentists and staff members within a pediatric dental clinic. This real-world setting provides the best possible look at how sedation can be provided safely and efficiently to a wide number of patients every single day. Participants gain vital access to successful clinical techniques and established practice management approaches.

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At present, few dentists use a cardiac monitor when administering IV sedation. The reason? Discomfort—dentist discomfort! Many dentists lack confidence in their ability to read an EKG or interpret a heart rhythm. It’s for this reason that Dr. Leslie Fang, in this one hour CE lecture, is teaching the proper use of an EKG as it pertains to sedation dentistry. In short, it’s not as complex as you might have thought and it’s too important to neglect.
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Dentists are the third-highest prescribers of antibiotics in all outpatient settings in the United States, and the ADA Council on Scientific Affairs has created new antibiotic guidelines.

The new Guidelines focus on localized infection, with a little time on spreading infections. They were predicated on a multidisciplinary evaluation of the risk-benefit ratio of antibiotics and evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on antibiotic use for the urgent management of pulpal- and periapical-related dental pain and intraoral swelling.

In this one hour CE presentation, Dr. Fang helps you understand and put them into practice. This is now included in the Full Ultimate Companion Series course.

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