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Gaining Control of Your Dental Inventory (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Shannon Brinker
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/30/2021
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Description:

Although inventory control and product ordering is essential to the practice of every dental office; few have achieved an ideal balance between maintaining necessary inventory and curtailing overhead expenses; usually, they lack a system or the protocol that can make these tasks run smoothly and cost-effectively. In this Dental Team Education course, you will learn how successful inventory control begins with assessing the current situation and evaluating the practice’s systems.’ strengths and weaknesses.

Presenter: Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA CDD, Academy of Chairside Assisting

Learning objectives
• Identify and understand the current state of your dental practice’s ordering and inventory situation
• Discuss how to implement logical and efficient ordering and inventory systems into the practice
• Gain knowledge on the utilization of technological advancements to streamline ordering, manage inventory, and minimize errors

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Ergonomics: More than Just Good Posture (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Stephanie Botts
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/29/2021
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Description:

The dental profession is one of the most at-risk professions in the area of musculoskeletal injury due to multiple ergonomic risk factors. The dental practitioner has many elements to consider when attempting to reduce these risk factors and extend their career life. In addition to posture, which is what most people think about when the term "ergonomics" is mentioned, there are considerations in PPE, microbreaks, and operatory design. Each of these areas can either enhance or diminish the health of the dental practitioner's body. At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to identify new ergonomic concerns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, learn about the importance of stretching and microbreaks, and the importance of operatory design and layout to preserve musculoskeletal health.

Presenter: Stephanie Botts, RDH, BSDH, CEAS

Learning objectives
Identify 'new" ergonomic concerns with the incorporation of additional PPE, such as N95 respirators and face shields
• Understand the importance and implementation of microbreaks into their daily practice, as well as the most beneficial stretches for dental practitioners
• Learn ideal operatory design for maximum efficiency and musculoskeletal health

 

 

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Ergonomics: What's Your Position? (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Stephanie Botts
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/29/2021
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Description:

The dental profession is at high risk for musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), with 96% of practitioners reporting pain due to clinical work habits. This is due to repetitive movements, bending, twisting, reaching, incorrect operator and patient positioning, and performing repetitive movements in a static posture. Ergonomics is the science of fitting the working environment to the practitioner instead of forcing one's body to acclimate to the environment. Practicing proper ergonomics can increase productivity, decrease pain, and lengthen one's career. Allowing the individual to practice pain-free, ergonomics can improve the quality of one's life and work satisfaction. At the conclusion of this course, participants will learn about the most common musculoskeletal disorders in dentistry, as well as ideal positioning for dental hygienists, dentists, and dental assistants.

Presenter: Stephanie Botts, RDH, BSDH, CEAS

Learning objectives
• Identify unique cumulative stress and musculoskeletal disorders that affect dental professionals
• Review patient and operator positioning to improve ergonomics and reduce pain

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Excellence in Oral Cancer: All Hands on Deck (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Susan Cotten
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/29/2021
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Excellence in Oral Cancer: Let's Give them Something to Talk About (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Susan Cotten
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/29/2021
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Front Admin: You can Effectively Lead, Strengthen, and Unite Your Team (Dental Team Education)
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/04/2021
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Description:

In this Dental Team Education course, presenter Denise Williams-Jones, founder and owner of Next Level to Success, will discuss successful tips and strategies to use daily to encourage a strong collaboration between front and back office.  She will also suggest encouraging communication for an improved daily environment and true connection with the team.

This course covers:
• Unifying fellow team members through proven techniques and skills
• Fostering an enhanced working environment within the dental office
• Identifying how to create a "Team Centered" culture

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Help! My Filling Fell Out. To Bond or Not to Bond (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Pam Kovar
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/04/2021
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Description:

This is a comprehensive bonding technique and materials course for all dental team members of all skill sets. We will cover the history of bonding, technique, composites, matrices, and much more. This course helps you to avoid trouble with techniques and procedures, and become a better dental clinician. It will provide you with tools and techniques to use to perform more predictable, faster, efficient, and profitable direct restorations in your practice.

Presenter: Pam Kovar, RDA EDDA

After this course, you should be able to:
• How to choose the right adhesive system for any situation
• Be better equipped to troubleshoot post operative sensitivity and how to prevent it in the future
• Identify how to select a matrix system that works more efficiently and predictably for you and your patients

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Making a Great Impression (Dental Team Education)
Author(s): Shannon Brinker
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/04/2021
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Description:

Impression taking has been described as an art that requires capturing the exact dimensions of the preparation, soft tissue, the architecture of margins of the preparation, and the relationship of the prepared teeth to the surrounding dentition. Even the most experienced clinician can encounter difficulties without troubleshooting bubbles, tears pull, voids, and tray contact. This Dental Team Education course provides an overview of the materials and techniques needed to master impression making.

Presenter: Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA CDD, Academy of Chairside Assisting

After this course, you should be able to:
• Identify what makes a good impression
• Determine what trays are needed to capture the best impression based on the teeth being prepared
• Explore pre-operative, diagnostic and final impression techniques
• Outline the evaluation of  PVS impressions

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Mandibular Local Anesthesia for the Dental Professional (Dental Team Education)
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/04/2021
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Description:

Injection failure not only causes unnecessary patient discomfort and apprehension, it can also frustrate providers, as well. The causes are varied; patient specific considerations, varied anatomical modifications, and injection technique.

As a practicing clinician for over a decade, Katrina has never delivered an Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block yet she consistently achieves successful mandibular anesthesia. Learn how you can, too!

In this Dental Team Education course, Katrina Sanders, RDH, M.Ed. guides participants through the common causes of injection failure, including anatomical and physiological conditions. Explore techniques used in private practice, including appropriate doses of anesthesia, anatomical and armamentarium considerations.

In this course, you will:
• Review indications, relevant anatomy and technique factors of common mandibular dental injections
• Identify the physiological and anatomical considerations that may lead to inadequate mandibular anesthesia
• Develop critical thinking skills for troubleshooting mandibular local anesthetic delivery
• Gain strategies for addressing inadequate mandibular local anesthesia during patient care

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Maxillary Local Anesthesia for the Dental Professional (Dental Team Education)
Member Price: $29.00
CE Credit(s): 1
Retail Price: $29.00
Course Created on: 11/04/2021
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Description:

Injection failure not only causes unnecessary patient discomfort and apprehension, it can also frustrate providers, as well. The causes are varied; patient specific considerations, varied anatomical modifications, and injection technique.

As a practicing clinician for over a decade, Katrina has never delivered an Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block yet she consistently achieves successful mandibular anesthesia. Learn how you can, too!

In this Dental Team Education course, Katrina Sanders, RDH, M.Ed. guides participants through the common causes of injection failure, including anatomical and physiological conditions. Explore techniques used in private practice, including appropriate doses of anesthesia, anatomical and armamentarium considerations.

In this course, you will:
• Review indications, relevant anatomy and technique factors of common maxillary dental injections
• Identify the physiological and anatomical considerations that may lead to inadequate maxillary anesthesia
• Develop critical thinking skills for troubleshooting maxillary local anesthetic delivery
• Gain strategies for addressing inadequate maxillary local anesthesia during patient care

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