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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.

1 CE hour

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How does the standard of care doctrine apply to advanced dental procedures? That’s what boards and juries must determine when a complaint or lawsuit is filed against a dentist. In this 3 module, one hour CE course, taken from Forensic Dentistry: Working from Failure, Moving Forward with Solutions, Dr. John Dovgan, DDS and Standard of Care Inspector (S.C.I.), takes a close look at specialty dental services. You’ll see how the standard of care should be understood while treating complex and complicated cases.

1 CE hour

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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 1 hour CE 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.

1 CE hour

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Did you know that more deaths are caused from drug overdoses than traffic accidents in the United States these days? How can dentists—who write 12 percent of the nation's opioid prescriptions—promote best practices without adding to the problem of substance abuse?

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

1 CE hour

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Most new patients and eventually existing ones will experience periodontal disease. Recognize and implement treatment plans for single-visit, nonsurgical periodontal care following this course by Coni Fadigan, RDH.

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

1 CE hour

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Prepare your practice efficiently with the 3- hour Team Training Online Video. Evolve into an innovative practice with a well-trained team that can seamlessly implement sedation. Each item works in tandem, allowing for balanced and time-saving training sessions. The Team Training course is fundamental for creating a more knowledgeable and skilled practice.

3 CE hours

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Discover latest updates on interventional cardiology and their applications to sedation dentistry, with eminent physician and educator, Dr. Leslie Fang. 
Explore options for managing simple and complex surgical procedures in particular patients, and how to treat people with specific ADA classifications.
Learn from Dr. Fang’s extensive, practical knowledge of cardiology and through case studies with interactive audience participation.

This online course qualifies for 1.5 hour of CE credit that is automatically issued with a digital certificate once you have completed the program.

1.5 CE hours

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