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Dental Ethics
Author(s): Arthur Curley
Member Price: $87.00
CE Credit(s): 3
Retail Price: $147.00
Course Created on: 04/30/2019
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Description:

This course, mandated by many states for all licensed dental practitioners, covers ethical issues in dental practice, including boundary issues, fiduciary duty, the patient’s best interest, scope of practice, overdiagnosis, overtreatment, impaired practitioners, unjustifiable and justifiable criticism, negligence, insurance fraud, patient records, and confidentiality.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the scope of current ethical issues in dental practice
  • Avoid or prevent clinical ethical problems
  • Educate associates and staff to resolve clinical ethical issues
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Dental Instrument Cleanliness
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $49.00
Course Created on: 04/11/2019
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Description:

Can a dental instrument be sterile but dirty? When it comes to reprocessing of dental instruments, how clean is clean enough? Does the cleanliness of an instrument affect its ability to be sterilized? What is a single-use instrument? What does the Food and Drug Administration consider to be a validated cleaning process? This course will examine these other issues concerning the cleanliness of dental instruments, including American Dental Association laboratory research on cleanliness.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the difference between clean and sterile

  • Describe how instrument cleanliness affects its ability to be sterilized

  • Determine how clean is clean enough for dental instruments

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Minimal Intervention, Maximal Outcomes
Member Price: $73.00
CE Credit(s): 2.5
Retail Price: $123.00
Course Created on: 04/10/2019
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Description:

Minimally invasive dentistry is a hot topic. It’s very easy to talk about taking away less tooth structure, but it is more difficult to apply this concept to achieve predictable esthetic and functional results. This course will give clinicians the tools needed to successfully and immediately expand the use of minimally invasive dentistry in their daily practices.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Systematize and apply principles of smile designUtilize simplified protocols for preparation, placement and finishing
  • Gain familiarity with several minimally invasive treatments, techniques and materials
  • Recognize the protocol of combining orthodontic and restorative modalities
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Good to Great: Mastering Adhesion and Posterior Composites
Author(s): Dr. Alan Atlas
Member Price: $87.00
CE Credit(s): 3
Retail Price: $147.00
Course Created on: 04/09/2019
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Description:

Key fundamental concepts will determine the long-term favorable outcome of direct composite resin restorations. This course will provide a current scientific update of adhesive systems and direct esthetic materials and indicate which systems and composite materials to utilize for specific cavity preparations. Evidence-based, step-by-step protocols for preparation, placement and finishing techniques to achieve precise margins and consistent contacts will be covered.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the optimal adhesives and materials for specific cavity preparations
  • Utilize simplified protocols for preparation, placement and finishing
  • Achieve precise margins and solid contacts and eliminate post-operative sensitivity
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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session One: Identifying Children at Risk, Dental Practice Screening
Member Price: $100.00
CE Credit(s): 2.5
Retail Price: $150.00
Course Created on: 03/19/2019
/education/ViewCourse.aspx?id=316|48708
Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session One:

Identifying Children at Risk
Ron Mitchell, MD (1 hour 30 minutes)

Dental Practice Screening
Richard Baxter, DMD, MS (30 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Two: Success in Practice: Facilitating Health Change Behavior for Patients and Their Caregivers
Author(s): Dr. Susan Maples
Member Price: $40.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $60.00
Course Created on: 03/19/2019
/education/ViewCourse.aspx?id=317|48709
Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Two:

Success in Practice: Facilitating Health Change Behavior for Patients and Their Caregivers
Susan Maples, DDS

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Three: Anatomy Concerns: What's Important About This?
Member Price: $60.00
CE Credit(s): 1.5
Retail Price: $90.00
Course Created on: 03/19/2019
/education/ViewCourse.aspx?id=318|48710
Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Three:

Anatomy Concerns: What's Important About This?
Richard Baxter, DMD, MS

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Four:

Clinical Procedures in the Dental Practice
Richard Baxter, DMD, MS (45 minutes)

Anatomy Concerns: ENT Surgery
Ron Mitchell, MD (45 minutes)

Success in Practice: Creating Your Interdisciplinary Pediatric Airway Team
Susan Maples, DDS (45 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Five: Nasal Breathing 24/7: What Does That Even Mean?, Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Growth and Development
Member Price: $70.00
CE Credit(s): 1.75
Retail Price: $105.00
Course Created on: 03/19/2019
/education/ViewCourse.aspx?id=320|48712
Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Five:

Nasal Breathing 24/7: What Does That Even Mean?
Steve Carstensen, DDS (1 hour 15 minutes)

Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Growth and Development
Barry Raphael, DMD (30 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Session Six: Nasal Breathing 24/7: Nasal Breathing; Establishing a Successful Practice of Distinction in Your Community
Member Price: $70.00
CE Credit(s): 1.75
Retail Price: $105.00
Course Created on: 03/19/2019
/education/ViewCourse.aspx?id=321|48713
Description:

This is a recording from the 2019 ADA Children's Airway Conference Optimizing Pediatric Airway Health: The Critical Role of Dentists.

Session Six:

Habit Correcting for Children and Dental Teams: Nasal Breathing
Barry Raphael, DMD (1 hour)

Success in Practice: Establishing a Successful Practice of Distinction in Your Community
Susan Maples, DDS (45 minutes)

Course Description
This second ADA Children’s Airway Conference will guide the general, pediatric and orthodontic practitioner in the significance of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) in children and how the ADA policy statement on "The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders" directs them to address the issue.  By expanding their provider scope beyond the current concentration on dental disease, dentists will see their role in children's overall health. With the growing awareness of airway issues in the profession and the public, getting a handle on this service is critical toward modernizing the dental practice in the 21st century.  Currently, practitioners that are already involved in this arena are experiencing a whole new level of practice productively and satisfaction.

Please note: This is not a repeat course of the first ADA Children's Airway Conference. The first conference is not a prerequisite for registering for this conference.

 

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