- The Rationale for CBCT Images in the Dental Offi...
- Ultra Low Dose CBCT: What it Means for Orthodont...
- Leadership Institute - Good Governance
- Emergency Medicine Part 8: Chest Pain
- ADA Store - Practical Guide to OSHA Training
- Emergency Medicine Part 9: Cardiac Arrest
- Prophylactic Antibiotic Use in Dental Patients w...
The Rationale for CBCT Images in the Dental Office
This course discusses the use of radiation within the dental office. It has been projected that the use of CBCT imaging in dental offices has doubled in the last 20 years. With this increase in usage, radiation exposure to the patient has also increased. The increase in radiation requires the dental practitioner to adhere to ALADA, or As Low As Diagnostically Acceptable. This concept states that the dental practitioner only take images that are required to diagnose a potential problem. The Low Dose Radiation Protocol can effectively reduce the radiation exposure to the patient, while allowing the diagnostic image to remain the same quality as a regular radiation dosed image.
This course is sponsored by Planmeca.
Ultra Low Dose CBCT: What it Means for Orthodontics
The use of CBCT in orthodontics has been a topic of much discussion and controversy, specifically, with regard to radiation dose and public health concerns. Ultra Low Dose CBCT technology is now more than ever a viable and recommended option for clinicians due to the decrease in radiation exposure to patients. Because of this, clinicians must begin learning to use this technology and become comfortable with the manipulation of and workflow with 3D volumes.
This course is sponsored by Planmeca.
Leadership Institute - Good Governance
This course covers the various governance models with a focus on best practices and good governance. It also covers the roles and responsibilities of key leadership and staff and the importance of defining roles and empowering staff.
Emergency Medicine Part 8: Chest Pain
This program discusses acute coronary syndrome – angina pectoris and myocardial infarction – conditions that initially manifest themselves as ‘chest pain.’ The prevention, recognition and management of angina pectoris and myocardial infarction are reviewed in-depth.
ADA Store - Practical Guide to OSHA Training
This quiz accompanies the ADA Practical Guide to OSHA Training found in the ADA Store. The complete kit contains a comprehensive DVD and corresponding workbook that offers an in-depth look at many infection control topics.
Although the DVD and workbooks portions can be completed in a group study setting, each participant must register for and complete their own quiz here in order to receive 3 CE credits.
Emergency Medicine Part 9: Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart ceases to pump blood. The victim – unconscious, not breathing, and with no blood pressure – will die unless effective resuscitative efforts are commenced immediately. This program discusses the recognition and management of cardiac arrest emphasizing the importance of basic life support (CPR) and defibrillation (AED) in improving the chances for a successful outcome.
Prophylactic Antibiotic Use in Dental Patients with Prosthetic Joints: What is the Evidence?
About ADA CE Online
ADA’s Online CE platform provides trusted education to dental professionals at your convenience. Our ever-growing catalog of clinical, practice management, and personal development education offers peer-reviewed continuing education credits to fit your resources and schedule. Credits earned through this platform are maintained for all users in an online transcript that you can access when you need your verification letters.
The ADA is a CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.