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Sponsor Course Date Location Speaker(s) Contact Description Cost Unit Details
Tri-County Dental Society CE Express: OSHA/IC/CDPA 2022/10/09 - 2022/10/09 Live Webinar Diane Arns (951) 787-9700 http://tcds.org This seminar will satisfy license renewal courses and Cal/OSHA training. DHCPs are required to complete Approved Infection Control and CDPA courses for license renewal. Cal/OSHA requires annual training for personnel (licensed or unlicensed) who work in an environment with a risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and/or hazardous chemicals. Cal/OSHA requires employers in California to implement an injury and illness prevention program (IIPP). Review of CDA’s IIPP and resources for implementation. $99.00 6 View Details
Tri-County Dental Society CPR/BLS 2022/10/20 - 2022/10/20 3993 Jurupa Ave, Ste 104 Riverside, CA 92506 ProMedify (951) 787-9700 http://tcds.org The AHA’s BLS course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). $49.00 3 View Details
Tri-County Dental Society Root Resorption 2022/11/08 - 2022/11/08 Live Webinar Nadia Chugal, DDS (951) 787-9700 http://tcds.org Root resorption is characterized by a loss of dentine and cementum, as a result of either physiological or pathological processes. It may present with the resorption of the surrounding bone as well. Predisposing factors for resorption include infection (bacteria), pressure (impacted teeth), mechanical forces (trauma or orthodontics), bleaching, or it may be idiopathic. $49.00 2 View Details
Tri-County Dental Society Total TMJ Replacement Surgery 2022/12/01 - 2022/12/01 Live Webinar David Gilbert, DDS (951) 787-9700 http://tcds.org This presentation will review in brief, some of the most common TMD issues facing the dental practitioner and management modalities. The core of the presentation will focus on patients with conditions that are not amenable to conservative therapy. The attendee will understand the indications and criteria for Total Temporomandibular Joint replacement. A review of the currently FDA-approved available options for total TMJ replacement will be covered. $49.00 2 View Details
Tri-County Dental Society CPR/BLS 2022/12/15 - 2022/12/15 3993 Jurupa Ave, Ste 104 Riverside, CA 92506 ProMedify (951) 787-9700 http://tcds.org The AHA’s BLS course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). $49.00 3 View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society Employment Law for Dentists 2022/10/13 - 2022/10/13 405 Boulder Ct. Ste. #600 Pleasanton, CA 94566 Julia Goldman, Esq. (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org Course Overview: Dental practices typically do not have personnel departments to manage the task of navigating through the myriad of employment laws and regulations to keep the dentist out of trouble. The chances are greater that a dentist will have one or more employment law claims during his or her career as compared to a malpractice claim. In this course, you will be instructed on how to arm yourself with the two best weapons to both prevent and to mitigate the effects of an employment-based claim. We will also review the different types of claims most often pursued against a dental practice as well as real case reviews to examine how other dentists got themselves into trouble and what defenses are available. A sample written employment agreement for use with staff members will be made available to attendees. This course will address the perspectives from the practice owner as well as the associate dentist. *Members: If you registered for the 1st course on August 18th by the deadline June 15th - This course is FREE. **Members - Registering for this course Only - $50.00 *Non-Members - Register by June 15th - $100.00 - *Non-Members - Register after June 15th - $130.00 2 CE Units View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society Everyday Root Canals:Half Day Hands-on Workshop 2022/10/21 - 2022/10/21 405 Boulder Ct. Ste. #600 Pleasanton, CA 94566 Dr. Ralan Wong, DDS, MS (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org Course Description: With the introduction of NiTi into dentistry and the technological advancements from dental manufacturers, the dental clinician has been able to provide conventional routine endodontics in office at increasingly efficient rates. However, root canal therapy can still be an enigma for the dental professional. Therefore, this course will deal with the complexity of locating canals, choosing methods to mechanically instrumenting 80-90% of teeth in an efficient manner, biologically cleansing the entire root canal system, and hermetically sealing the apex and canal system to prevent failure. 4 CE Units - Lunch will be provided. Learning Objectives: Gain tips for accessing, locating, and negotiating canals. Understand the rationale behind the utilization of hybrid techniques and perform them in a clinical setting. Understand biologic objectives and disinfection of the root canal system. Content Topic Areas: Demonstration of tips on how to locate canals. Participants: Hands-on full instrumentation and complete irrigation and disinfection of extracted teeth. Participants: Hands-on obturation and sealing of the root canal system. **All participants must bring 3-5 extracted teeth that have been accessed to patency for the workshop. *Cancellation Policy: *No refunds for No-Shows. Send a written cancellation via email to: [email protected] or call the office at: (510) 782-5316 and must be received 7 days prior to (October 21st) to receive a refund. Refunds are subject to a service fee. *No Children Allowed at CE Events. Members - $150.00 - Register by August 1st & Members - $200.00 Registering after August 1st. Staff Members - $150.00 - Register by August 1st & Staff Members - $200.00 Registering after August 1st. Non-Members - $225.00 - Register by August 1st & Non-Members - $275.00 Registering after August 1st. 4 CE Units View Details
Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Infection Control with COVID-19 Interim Recommendations and California Dental Practice Act 2022/10/30 - 2022/10/30 Loma Linda, CA CHRISTIAN JOHNSTON, JD; NANCY ANDREWS DEWHIRST, RDH, BS (909) 558-4685 https://dentistry.llu.edu/ California Dental Practice Act Synopsis This seminar meets the California Dental Board Requirement for mandatory continuing education on the Dental Practice Act. Objectives Scope of practice issues Unprofessional conduct Drug prescribing & recordation regulations Patient consent laws Continuing education requirements Advertising regulations Office registration Mandatory reporting requirements Infection Control and COVID-19 Interim Recommendations Synopsis Update your knowledge of the most important issues in clinical safety. Are you clear on how to handle ordinary and extraordinary infectious diseases? This class blends science with reality; reviewing CDC Guidelines and State regulations for Infection Control. Updates include challenges such as aerosol transmitted diseases (ATD’s) and evolving / resistant pathogens. Stay informed and stay safe. Objectives Attendees will understand options to manage: Bloodborne, contact, droplet and airborne diseases. Biofilms. Skin disorders, including allergies. Current, immediate health concerns. Reasonable precaution strategies. $195. DDS / $145. AUX 7 View Details
Kern County Dental Society Implantology 10/21/2022 - 10/21/2022 Bakersfield Marriott at the Convention Center Feras Al Rezk, DDS (661) 695-9903 http://kerncountyds.org $200/Member 6 View Details
Orange County Dental Society Root Resorption of Dental Origin 2022/10/25 - 2022/10/25 Webinar Martin Trope, DMD (714) 634-8944 http://www.ocds.org Under normal circumstances permanent teeth do not resorb. This fact appears to be due to anti-resorptive properties of the pre-cementum on the external surface of the root and the pre-dentin on the internal surface of the root. If these tissues are intact, periodontitis will result in bone resorption but root resorption will generally not occur. If however, these tissues are removed or altered, the inflammatory response will include multinucleated clastic cells and root resorption will ensue. Therefore active root resorption due to dental injuries is always inflammatory in origin, is destructive in nature and is radiolucent on the radiograph. If the stimulus for the inflammation is not removed the destructive inflammatory resorption will continue until the entire root surface is destroyed. The healing response is dependent on the amount of damage to the root surface if the initial inflammation goes into the healing phase. If the inflammatory stimulus is self limiting or is reversed by the dentist healing will result. If after the destructive inflammation subsides the damage to the root surface is over a small surface area healing with new cementum and periodontal ligament will result. This is considered favorable healing. If on the other hand the damage is over a diffuse or large surface area, cementum will not be able to cover the entire root surface and bone producing cells will attach directly onto the root surface and eventually osseous replacement of the root will occur. This is unfavorable healing. This talk will describe the typical causes of root resorption. Diagnosis of different inflammatory stimulators will be discussed and the most effective treatment strategies to minimize inflammation and thus predispose to favorable healing will be presented. Free for OCDS Members Staff and Non-Members $49.00 2 View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society CPR Course 2022/10/10 - 2022/10/10 Pleasanton Neal Shabashov (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org CDA Members & Staff - $90.00 Non-CDA Members - $165.00 4 CE Units View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society CPR Course 2022/10/24 - 2022/10/24 Fremont Neal Shabashov (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org CDA Members & Staff - $90.00 Non-CDA Members - $165.00 4 CE Units View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society CPR Couse 2022/11/21 - 2022/11/21 Fremont Neal Shabashov (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org CDA Members & Staff - $90.00 Non-CDA Members - $165.00 4 CE Units View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society CPR Course 2022/12/05 - 2022/12/05 Pleasanton Neal Shabashov (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org CDA Members & Staff - $90.00 Non-CDA Members - $165.00 4 CE Units View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society CPR Course 2022/12/19 - 2022/12/19 Fremont Neal Shabashov (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org CDA Members & Staff - $90.00 Non-CDA Members - $165.00 4 CE Units View Details
Southern California Orofacial Academy Southern California Orofacial Academy Annual Fall Scientific Meeting 2022/10/12 - 2022/10/12 Hilton Pasadena Shuaib Malik DDS; Jasjit Dillon MBBS DDS; CAPT Christopher Kane DDS United States Navy; James Melville DDS (626) 287-1185 http://www.socalorofacial.org $400 Eight View Details
Mid-Peninsula Dental Society Endodontic Roundtable 2022/10/14 - 2022/10/14 Crowne Plaza, 4290 El Camino Real, Palo Alto Mehran Fotovatjah, DDS; Salvia Javidan, DDS; Reza Riahi, DDS; Keivan Zoufan, DDS (650) 328-2242 http://mpds.org Subjects include: "Root Resorption: Diagnosis, Management, and Prognosis”/"Success in Endodontic Treatment" / “New Trends and Technologies in Endodontics”/“Contemporary Endodontic Treatment Outcomes ” $150.00 4 View Details
Alameda County Dental Society Forensic Odontology for the Dental Professional: It’s not always a grave situation 2022/10/20 - 2022/10/20 Scotts Seafood, Oakland Mark Porco, DDS (510) 547-7188 https://alamedacds.org/event/forensic-odontology-dental-professional-it%E2%80%99s-not-always-grave-situation Buffet dinner included! Do you ever see the headlines of some disaster and wonder how or why some of the victims are identified by dental records? Dr. Porco will discuss the various disciplines in the forensic sciences, with emphasis on Forensic Odontology. This will include a brief history lesson, case presentations, “testing” of your forensic skills, and then followed by how this applies to your dental office and every member of your dental team. Free for ACDS Members; $100 for non-members 2 View Details
San Joaquin Dental Society California Dental Practice Act and Infection Control 2022/11/17 - 2022/11/17 Stockton Country Club Marcella Oster, RDA (209) 951-1311 https://www.sjds.org/meetings-events/events-calendar/event-details/2022/11/18/default-calendar/california-dental-practice-act-and-infection-control-(4-ce's) Dinner included! Meets the state requirements for infection control and the California Dental Practice Act continuing education. This all-in-one seminar meets the requirements set forth by the Dental Board of California to renew a professional dental license. Each segment of this class is designed to provide the most up-to-date information, using the latest technology to create a dynamic, informative, and interesting presentation. We have combined both topics to satisfy requirements in one easy-to-understand presentation. Learning Objectives 1. Understand the current laws covering CDPA. 2. Understand the current laws for infection control and standard operating procedures. 3. Understand Cal/OSHA regulations and protocols for compliance. $100 - $175 4 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society Infection Control & CA Dental Practice Act 2022/09/30 - 2022/09/30 Live Webinar Marcella K. Oster, RDA (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Infection Control: ▪ 2011 & 2017 DBOC Regulation Updates ▪ Identifying Levels of Disinfectants, Sterilization Methods ▪ Air Transmitted Diseases Prevention ▪ Classifications of Instruments/Devices ▪ PPE/Hand Washing ▪ Standard Precautions ▪ Chemical Disinfectants/Sterilization process ▪ Front Desk SOP California Dental Practice Act: ▪ Basic Overview/New Regulations ▪ Dental Board Structure/Governing Bodies ▪ Current Changes for Education ▪ New Licensees/Fees ▪ License Renewal: Legal Issues, CE Requirements ▪ Recording Keeping & Staff Management ▪ Compliance with Legal Requirements/Laws/Ethics Mbr. $100, Non-Mbr. $125 4 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society OSHA-Bloodborne Pathogens & Hazard Communication 2022/09/30 - 2022/09/30 Live Webinar Marcella K. Oster, RDA (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com OSHA-Bloodborne Pathogens & Hazard Communication: ▪ Compliance & Safety for Employers, Employees, Patients ▪ Prevention Plans: Injury & Illness, Exposure Incident, Emergency Temporary Standard, Aerosol Transmissible Disease, COVID-19 ▪ Respiratory Protection Program ▪ Post-Exposure Incident Procedures Mbr. $50, Non-Mbr. $75 1.5 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society BLS CPR Renewal Course 2022/10/18 - 2022/10/18 939 Laurel St., Ste. C, San Carlos, CA 94070 Richard A. Fagin, DDS (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Healthcare providers are required to renew CPR certification every two years, prior to card expiration. A combination of self-paced online and instructor-led classroom training. Part 1: Online Skill Practice & Testing (AHA HeartCode® BLS). Parts 2 & 3: Classroom Evening Skill Practice & Testing 6:00-7:30PM. Mbr. $70, Non-Mbr. $85 4 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society Day to Day Restorations vs Full Mouth 2022/10/26 - 2022/10/26 1221 Chess Dr., Foster City, CA 94404 Guarav Setia, DDS (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Dr. Gaurav Setia will present, differential implant treatment planning that will address common concerns of both clinicians and patients. A wealth of clinical material based on clinical cases, progressing from the simple to the complex, is one of the highlights of the course. The various elements involved in creating an esthetic dentition and smile will also be discussed. You will learn how to plan implant surgery, execute it from a restorative stand point. Finally Dr. Setia, will emphasize the challenges and precautions dentists already placing or wanting to place dental implants should consider. Mbr. $65, Non-Mbr. $95 3 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society BLS CPR Renewal Course 2022/11/15 - 2022/11/15 939 Laurel St., Ste. C, San Carlos, CA 94070 Stephen R. John, DDS (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Healthcare providers are required to renew CPR certification every two years, prior to card expiration. A combination of self-paced online and instructor-led classroom training. Part 1: Online Skill Practice & Testing (AHA HeartCode® BLS). Parts 2 & 3: Classroom Evening Skill Practice & Testing 6:00-7:30PM. Mbr. $70, Non-Mbr. $85 4 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society What’s New in Pediatric 2022/11/17 - 2022/11/17 1221 Chess Dr., Foster City, CA 94404 David L. Rothman, DDS (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com TBA. Mbr. $65, Non-Mbr. $95 3 View Details
San Gabriel Valley Dental Society How to Think Like a Radiologist & Improve Your 2D and CBCT Diagnostic Skills 2022/10/18 - 2022/10/18 Online Setarah Lavasani, DDS, MS, FGDIA (626) 285-1174 https://www.sgvds.org 40.00 3 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society Minimum Interventions for Enamel Defects: Icon Resin Infiltration and Etch Bleach Technique 2022/12/03 - 2022/12/03 Live Webinar Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Learning Objectives 1). Review the evidence for Icon infiltration and etch bleach seal 2). Describe the clinical protocol for Icon resin infiltration and etch bleach seal 3). Review coding and billing for each procedure TBA 1.5 View Details
San Mateo County Dental Society BLS CPR Renewal Course 2022/12/19 - 2022/12/19 939 Laurel St., Ste. C, San Carlos, CA 94070 Richard A. Fagin, DDS (650) 637-1121 http://www.smcds.com Healthcare providers are required to renew CPR certification every two years, prior to card expiration. A combination of self-paced online and instructor-led classroom training. Part 1: Online Skill Practice & Testing (AHA HeartCode® BLS). Parts 2 & 3: Classroom Evening Skill Practice & Testing 6:00-7:30PM. Mbr. $70, Non-Mbr. $85 4 View Details
San Gabriel Valley Dental Society It’s Medically Complicated — Essential Pharmacology for Treating Our Medically Complex Dental Patients 2022/11/15 - 2022/11/15 Online Tom Viola, R.Ph., C.C.P. (626) 285-1174 https://www.sgvds.org/ 40.00 3 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society All-on-X: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Predictability 2022/09/30 - 2022/09/30 1275-B West Morena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110 Saj Jivraj (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events Graftless solutions provide a relatively solution for a patient with a terminal dentition. This presentation will focus on diagnosis and treatment planning. A systematic step by step approach will be presented which will be prosthetically based. Member $150, Member Staff $150, Non-Member $225 6 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society Dental Practice Act and Infection Control 2022/10/07 - 2022/10/07 1275-B West Morena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110 Nancy Andrews Dewhirst (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events This all-in-one course meets the requirements set forth by the Dental Board of California to renew a professional dental license. Each segment of this class provides the most-up-to-date information in a dynamic, informative and interesting presentation. Member $95 (or use your 1 free member benefit), Member Staff $95, Non-Member $150 4.5 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society BLS Renewal for Healthcare Providers 2022/10/13 - 2022/10/13 1275-B West Morena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110 Karen Connor (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events Teach BLS to the Healthcare Provider in a way to provide the highest possible outcome of quality CPR to patient and emotional support for the rescuer. Review and stay up to date on new basic life support practices and techniques. All office personnel are welcome to participate and receive their AHA CPR Card. Member $50 (or use your 1 free member benefit), Member Staff $60, Non-Member $70 4 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society New Dentist Seminar – HR Bootcamp 2022/11/03 - 2022/11/03 1275-B West Morena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110 Michelle Coker (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events New to human resources? Or simply want to make sure you are doing things the right way? Build your HR muscles at this information-packed seminar focused on the employment lifecycle, from hiring through termination. CDA’s expert(s) will explain and provide basic compliance information for core fundamentals such as the hiring process, discipline and termination, wage and hour, meal and rest breaks, leaves of absence, discrimination and harassment prevention and policies and best practices. Free 3 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society The Modern Prosthodontic Practice 2022/11/05 - 2022/11/05 Handlery Hotel 950 Hotel Cir N. San Diego, CA 92108 Jean Wu (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events Prosthodontic principles from diagnosis, sequencing and treatment execution will be shared to facilitate the best treatment outcome for the complex patient. Integrating technologies such as the clinical microscope, intra-oral scanners, CBCT, and CAD/CAM can help improve communication, precision, efficiency and contribute to more predictable results. Techniques to convert a failing dentition to a totally implant supported reconstruction will be reviewed. Member $150, Member Staff $150, Non-Member $225 6 View Details
San Diego County Dental Society BLS Renewal for Healthcare Providers 2022/11/10 - 2022/11/10 1275-B West Morena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110 Karen Connor (619) 275-7188 http://www.sdcds.org/events Teach BLS to the Healthcare Provider in a way to provide the highest possible outcome of quality CPR to patient and emotional support for the rescuer. Review and stay up to date on new basic life support practices and techniques. All office personnel are welcome to participate and receive their AHA CPR Card. Member $50 (or use your 1 free member benefit), Member Staff $60, Non-Member $70 4 View Details
Yosemite Dental Society Harassment Prevention 2022/10/07 - 2022/10/07 Virtual California Employers Associaton (209) 722-3576 http://yosemiteds.com Mandatory continuing education course for employers with 5 or more employees. 1 hour for staff, 2 hour for dentists, owners, managers TBD 2.0 View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society So…You Need to Finance…WHAT? HOW? 2022/10/18 - 2022/10/18 SDDS Office SDDS Vendor Members (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/business-forums/ $75 N/A View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Double Day – Occlusion and Everyday Dentistry 2022/09/30 - 2022/09/30 SDDS Office Dr. Steven Lynch; Dr. Bryan Judd (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/courses/ $159 4 CEU, Core View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Avoiding the 5 Most Common Workplace Violations 2022/10/11 - 2022/10/11 Hilton Sacramento Arden West Von Boyenger from CA Labor Board (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/general-meetings/ $80 3 CEU, 20% View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society CSI Investigations 2022/10/26 - 2022/10/26 Live Webinar California Employers Association (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/hr-webinars/ $69 1.5 CEU, 20% View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Associates, Partnerships, or Solo Practice? What’s the Perfect Work/Life Recipe? 2022/10/26 - 2022/10/26 SDDS Office 2035 Hurley Way, Ste 200 Sacramento, CA 95825 Ashlee Adams from Adams Dental Consulting (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/business-forums/ $75 N/A View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Surprise! It’s A Disaster!! Now What? 2022/10/27 - 2022/10/27 SDDS Office, 2035 Hurley Way, Ste 200 Sacramento, CA 95825 Nancy Dewhirst, RDH, BS (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/courses/ $89 2 CEU, Core View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Infection Control & California Dental Practice Act 2022/10/28 - 2022/10/28 SDDS Office, 2035 Hurley Way, Ste 200 Sacramento, CA 95825 Nancy Dewhirst, RDH,BS (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/courses/ $179 4 CEU, Core View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society IT Security Nightmares 2022/11/08 - 2022/11/08 Hilton Sacramento Arden West Dr. Jonathan Szymanowski (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/general-meetings/ $80 3 CEU, Core View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society Working ON the Business, Not Working IN the Business 2022/11/30 - 2022/11/30 SDDS Office, 2035 Hurley Way, Ste 200 Sacramento, CA 95825 Melinda Heryford, MBA (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/business-forums/ $75 2 CEU, 20% View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society 2023 Labor Law Teaser 2022/12/13 - 2022/12/13 Live Webinar California Employers Association (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/hr-webinars/ $69 1 CEU, 20% View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Comprehensive Overview of TMD and Orofacial Pain 2022/10/07 - 2022/10/08 Virtual lectures via Zoom Sherwin Arman, DMD, MPH (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This 3-session live virtual course will be comprised of lectures on temporomandibular joint disorders and UCLA’s clinical protocols on examining, diagnosing and treating patients with TMD (myofascial and TMJ disorders), primary headaches, neuropathic pain (including trigeminal neuralgia) as well as protocols for the management of obstructive sleep apnea. The course will include a review of common oral, topical and injectable medications used in an orofacial pain practice. Clinical examples will be given and discussed and Q&A sessions with the course director are encouraged both during the course and between sessions. 3 Session Course September 9-10, 2022 September 23-24, 2022 October 7-8, 2022 Fridays and Saturdays: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (last Saturday until 1:00 pm) $960 25 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Dental Acupuncture and Integrative Oral Medicine 2022/10/07 - 2022/10/09 UCLA School of Dentistry Kenneth E. Moore, DDS; Cynthia P. Diep, DDS, LAc; Andrew Shubov, MD (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses Patients are increasingly seeking out acupuncture as an adjunct to standard pain control measures. This is becoming more relevant in the setting of the current opiate epidemic, as acupuncture provides a non-pharmacologic approach to reduce pain. This is also important in the realms of sleep medicine and orofacial pain where pharmacotherapy is riddled with a high side effect burden and risk of abuse. Despite the WHO having recommended acupuncture for treatments on headache, facial pain, neuralgia and insomnia, few programs are available for dentists who wish to seek training. UCLA School of Dentistry is offering a unique, evidence-based program to train dentists in the basics of dental acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory. By combining TCM principles with Western allopathic Medicine modalities, participants will feel comfortable diagnosing and understanding the pathophysiology of both acute and chronic oral pain conditions from an integrative East-West perspective. Moreover, participants will learn basic acupuncture treatments that can be safely delivered to patients. 4 Session Course at UCLA October 7-9, 2022 November 4-6, 2022 December 2-4, 2022 January 13-15, 2023 $6000 80 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Dental Acupuncture and Integrative Oral Medicine 2022/11/04 - 2022/11/06 UCLA School of Dentistry Kenneth E. Moore, DDS; Cynthia P. Diep, DDS, LAc; Andrew Shubov, MD (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses Patients are increasingly seeking out acupuncture as an adjunct to standard pain control measures. This is becoming more relevant in the setting of the current opiate epidemic, as acupuncture provides a non-pharmacologic approach to reduce pain. This is also important in the realms of sleep medicine and orofacial pain where pharmacotherapy is riddled with a high side effect burden and risk of abuse. Despite the WHO having recommended acupuncture for treatments on headache, facial pain, neuralgia and insomnia, few programs are available for dentists who wish to seek training. UCLA School of Dentistry is offering a unique, evidence-based program to train dentists in the basics of dental acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory. By combining TCM principles with Western allopathic Medicine modalities, participants will feel comfortable diagnosing and understanding the pathophysiology of both acute and chronic oral pain conditions from an integrative East-West perspective. Moreover, participants will learn basic acupuncture treatments that can be safely delivered to patients. 4 Session Course at UCLA October 7-9, 2022 November 4-6, 2022 December 2-4, 2022 January 13-15, 2023 $6000 80 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Dental Acupuncture and Integrative Oral Medicine 2022/12/02 - 2022/12/04 UCLA School of Dentistry Kenneth E. Moore, DDS; Cynthia P. Diep, DDS, LAc; Andrew Shubov, MD (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses Patients are increasingly seeking out acupuncture as an adjunct to standard pain control measures. This is becoming more relevant in the setting of the current opiate epidemic, as acupuncture provides a non-pharmacologic approach to reduce pain. This is also important in the realms of sleep medicine and orofacial pain where pharmacotherapy is riddled with a high side effect burden and risk of abuse. Despite the WHO having recommended acupuncture for treatments on headache, facial pain, neuralgia and insomnia, few programs are available for dentists who wish to seek training. UCLA School of Dentistry is offering a unique, evidence-based program to train dentists in the basics of dental acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory. By combining TCM principles with Western allopathic Medicine modalities, participants will feel comfortable diagnosing and understanding the pathophysiology of both acute and chronic oral pain conditions from an integrative East-West perspective. Moreover, participants will learn basic acupuncture treatments that can be safely delivered to patients. 4 Session Course at UCLA October 7-9, 2022 November 4-6, 2022 December 2-4, 2022 January 13-15, 2023 $6000 80 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Detection and Management of Oral Cancer 2022/10/08 - 2022/10/08 Online live via Zoom Diana V. Messadi, D.D.S., M.M.SC., D.M.SC. (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses Oral cancer is one of the ten most frequent cancers worldwide and in the USA. Its incidence is approximately 2-3% of all malignant neoplasms and has one of the lowest survival rates of about 50% over a 5-year period. Oral cancer most often appears clinically as a precancer lesion which then progresses to cancer. $150 4 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Preservation of Alveolar Bone Dimensions in Extraction Sockets 2022/10/22 - 2022/10/22 UCLA School of Dentistry Paulo Camargo, DDS, MS; Philip Melnick, DMD (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses The exponential growth in implant dentistry has resulted in the development of a number of new and important procedures. The preservation of the dimensions of the alveolar ridge after tooth removal is crucial for the successful placement of dental implants. The scientific evidence demonstrating the effectiveness of bone grafts and guided bone regeneration in preserving and regenerating hard tissue in extraction sockets is overwhelming. This hands-on workshop uses a pig jaw model where participants will practice the regenerative treatment of fresh extraction sockets, including the selection and use of bone grafts, membranes and biological wound dressings. Additionally, participants will be taught flap elevation and suturing techniques that may be used in conjunction with ridge preservation procedures. $950 8 View Details
Western Society of Periodontology Periodontal Bone & Regeneration Symposium 2022/12/02 - 2022/12/03 Newport Beach, California Various (813) 444-1012 http://wsperio.org check website or call check website or call View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Practice Management Considerations of an Orofacial Pain/Dental Sleep Medicine Practice: Supplies, Documentation and Billing 2022/10/22 - 2022/10/22 Online live via Zoom Sherwin Arman, DMD, MPH; Randy Curran; Melissa Koger (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This course reviews patient clinical charting information and type of charting typically needed for medical billing for office visits and TMD/MAD treatments. The review will include examples of medical EMR software, supplies used for TMD/MAD treatments and examples of suppliers for TMD/MAD treatments. An example of a superbill used in a dedicated orofacial pain practice will be discussed. This course will include the necessary components for charting the different levels of office visits as well as documentation recommendations for procedures such as joint injections and MAD therapy. Different ways of addressing billing for these services will be reviewed. Registration closes at 2pm Pacific Time on October 21st. $300 6 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Principles of Orthodontic Finishing 2022/10/22 - 2022/10/22 UCLA School of Dentistry Steven Frank, DDS, MS (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This lecture will demonstrate the clinical principles of finishing orthodontic cases to an excellent occlusal and functional result. Quality finishing of edgewise orthodontic cases is a process that begins with placement of the appliances, therefore “Begin with End in Mind”, and runs through placement of the retention devices. Finishing is not a phase that occurs towards the end of treatment as the principles in this course will demonstrate. Case reports and clinical images will be combined to teach the details and execution of these principles developed and refined over 38 years of clinical experience. $375 7.5 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Endodontic Continuum 2022/10/27 - 2022/10/29 UCLA School of Dentistry Mo Kwan Kang, M.S., Ph.D., D.D.S.; Shane N. White, B.DENT.SC., M.A., M.S.; Ph.D. Nadia Chugal, D.D.S., M.S., M.P.H.; David C. Han, D.D.S. (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This 6 day lecture / workshop course will give you the fundamentals for excellence in endodontic treatment. Our world-renowned, university and private practice faculty have the knowledge and real world experience to help ensure you are successful in providing endodontic therapy to your patients. This course is designed for clinicians with basic to intermediate RCT experience. We maintain a very high faculty to student ratio during the workshops to ensure a very high quality learning experience for all participants. This is an intense course, with extensive time spent working on extracted teeth and/or 3D printed tooth replicas. Each participant will be required to proficiently complete at least 3 separate teeth (1 anterior, 2 posterior including 1 molar) during the workshops. 6 Days Thursday - Saturday, October 27-29 and November 3-5, 2022 8:00 am - 5:00 pm $3600 48 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Endodontic Continuum 2022/11/03 - 2022/11/05 UCLA School of Dentistry Mo Kwan Kang, M.S., Ph.D., D.D.S.; Shane N. White, B.DENT.SC., M.A., M.S.; Ph.D. Nadia Chugal, D.D.S., M.S., M.P.H.; David C. Han, D.D.S. (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This 6 day lecture / workshop course will give you the fundamentals for excellence in endodontic treatment. Our world-renowned, university and private practice faculty have the knowledge and real world experience to help ensure you are successful in providing endodontic therapy to your patients. This course is designed for clinicians with basic to intermediate RCT experience. We maintain a very high faculty to student ratio during the workshops to ensure a very high quality learning experience for all participants. This is an intense course, with extensive time spent working on extracted teeth and/or 3D printed tooth replicas. Each participant will be required to proficiently complete at least 3 separate teeth (1 anterior, 2 posterior including 1 molar) during the workshops. 6 Days Thursday - Saturday, October 27-29 and November 3-5, 2022 8:00 am - 5:00 pm $3600 48 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Re-Certification in Pediatric Oral Sedation 2022/11/05 - 2022/11/05 UCLA School of Dentistry Christine L. Quinn, D.D.S., M.S.; Lenny Naftalin, D.D.S. (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This lecture course is designed to meet the California Business and Professions Code, Chapter 4, Article 2.85, Section 1647.13 requirement for “approved courses of study related to oral conscious sedation of minor patients as a condition of certification renewal as an oral conscious sedation provider.” $600 8 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry State of the Art Restorative Dentistry in 2022 2022/10/08 - 2022/10/08 UCLA School of Dentistry Marc Hayashi, DMD, MBA, FACD; Alireza Moshaverinia, DDS, PhD, FACP (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses This course is designed to provide the practitioner with up-to-date information on restorative materials and techniques in a clear, evidence-based, and unbiased manner. Topics of discussion will include critical reviews of composites, bonding agents, cements and ceramics, along with clinical protocols and recommendations for their use. We will also provide decision making guides to help the practitioner determine the best material for various clinical scenarios. Course Topics Available composites and placement techniques Bonding agents, application modalities and universal adhesives Glass ionomers and their indications Pulp capping materials Cements, including adhesive resin cements Cementation vs adhesive bonding Available ceramics, indications for use Decision making criteria and guidelines $400 6 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Lights, Camera, Anterior Composites 2022/10/08 - 2022/10/08 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Troy Schmedding, DDS; Nathan Yang, DDS (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses Today’s contemporary direct composite systems enable clinicians to truly be artists by conservatively and aesthetically creating life-like restorations that emulate the beauty of the natural tooth structure. However, rehabilitating or enhancing a smile with direct composite resins can be a challenge. The task not only requires an understanding of the intricacies of shade selection, but also a mastery of replicating the uniqueness of natural tooth morphology and luster of the restoration. In this hands-on workshop, Drs. Schmedding and Yang will demonstrate the key elements and methods for creating life-like restorations, which are critical for excellence in anterior composite resin restorations, and how to incorporate dental photography to enhance your outcome. You will receive guidance on consistent lighting, exposure, patient positioning, depth of field and all the necessary equipment and materials to create a consistent approach to your photography. Photography retractors will be provided. We encourage dentists taking the course to bring a camera with a macro lens and ring flash and a memory card. If you do not have, this is a good opportunity to purchase one to bring or we will have a very limited number of cameras available on a first-come, first-served basis. Program: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Workshop is limited to 30 participants; includes lunch and morning coffee/tea service. Early Bird: $545 Dentists; $435 Allied (by Sept. 8); Regular Tuition: $595 Dentists; $485 Allied 6 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Pediatric Dental Trauma: New Directions 2022/11/05 - 2022/11/05 Live Webinar Priyanshi Ritwik, BDS, MS (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses Are you prepared to render treatment based on contemporary guidelines for traumatic dental injuries? How can you improve the lifelong prognosis of traumatized teeth? This live webinar will provide a case-based framework to triage and successfully manage the care necessary to optimize outcomes for young children and adolescents. The course will also provide the biologic basis and clinical technique for management of specific dental injuries, such as crown fractures, luxation injuries and avulsion injuries. You will receive guidance on projecting prognosis and outcomes of traumatic dental injuries in pediatric patients. Through cases with clinical images and radiographs, the intricacies of diagnosis, classification and treatment/management will be highlighted. Subtle but critical differences in management based on the stage of root development will be discussed. The course will be a live, interactive webinar, inviting audience participation via questions and answers after each topic covered. The guidelines set forth by the International Association of Dental Traumatology in 2020 will be utilized. Program: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm via Zoom. $195 Dentists; $165 Allied Dental Professionals 3 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Advanced Restorative Continuum: Intensive Hands-on Training 2022/10/28 - 2022/10/30 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, SF Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS; Cristina D. Lopez, DMD (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses This four-module, 80-hour workshop features numerous topics and intensive training in the broad realm of restorative dentistry, aimed at taking you and your practice to the next level. Each weekend module will focus on a different area of restorative dentistry and will include lecture, lab and hands-on training. Regardless of the stage of your dental career, a seasoned practitioner or a recent graduate, you will benefit from this Advanced Restorative Continuum. This expanded and redesigned program at the Dugoni School of Dentistry is the only comprehensive, four-module continuum offered by Drs. Stevenson and Lopez in the nation. Module schedule: Module 1 (October 28 - 30, 2022): Posterior Composite Restorations Module 2 (December 2 - 4, 2022): Anterior Composite Restorations Module 3 (January 27 - 29, 2023): Posterior Ceramic Restorations Module 4 (March 3 - 5, 2023): Anterior Ceramice Restorations $7,995 Early Bird (by Sept. 28); $8,495 Regular Tuition 80 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Advanced Restorative Continuum: Intensive Hands-on Training 2022/12/02 - 2022/12/04 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, SF Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS; Cristina D. Lopez, DMD (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses This four-module, 80-hour workshop features numerous topics and intensive training in the broad realm of restorative dentistry, aimed at taking you and your practice to the next level. Each weekend module will focus on a different area of restorative dentistry and will include lecture, lab and hands-on training. Regardless of the stage of your dental career, a seasoned practitioner or a recent graduate, you will benefit from this Advanced Restorative Continuum. This expanded and redesigned program at the Dugoni School of Dentistry is the only comprehensive, four-module continuum offered by Drs. Stevenson and Lopez in the nation. Module schedule: Module 1 (October 28 - 30, 2022): Posterior Composite Restorations Module 2 (December 2 - 4, 2022): Anterior Composite Restorations Module 3 (January 27 - 29, 2023): Posterior Ceramic Restorations Module 4 (March 3 - 5, 2023): Anterior Ceramice Restorations $7,995 Early Bird (by Sept. 28); $8,495 Regular Tuition 80 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Advanced Restorative Continuum: Intensive Hands-on Training 2023/01/27 - 2023/01/29 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, SF Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS; Cristina D. Lopez, DMD (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses This four-module, 80-hour workshop features numerous topics and intensive training in the broad realm of restorative dentistry, aimed at taking you and your practice to the next level. Each weekend module will focus on a different area of restorative dentistry and will include lecture, lab and hands-on training. Regardless of the stage of your dental career, a seasoned practitioner or a recent graduate, you will benefit from this Advanced Restorative Continuum. This expanded and redesigned program at the Dugoni School of Dentistry is the only comprehensive, four-module continuum offered by Drs. Stevenson and Lopez in the nation. Module schedule: Module 1 (October 28 - 30, 2022): Posterior Composite Restorations Module 2 (December 2 - 4, 2022): Anterior Composite Restorations Module 3 (January 27 - 29, 2023): Posterior Ceramic Restorations Module 4 (March 3 - 5, 2023): Anterior Ceramice Restorations $7,995 Early Bird (by Sept. 28); $8,495 Regular Tuition 80 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry 2022 Dental Hygiene Symposium 2022/11/12 - 2022/11/12 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, SF Sherri M. Lukes, RDH, MS; Lancette VanGuilder, BS, RDH (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses Join us in San Francisco for this CE program specifically designed for dental hygienists. Our two expert speakers will focus on issues and topics that are of particular interest to hygienists and their role in the dental office. The topics covered are also appropriate for dentists and other allied dental professionals. The 2022 presentations include: Cradle to Grave: Oral Pathology through the Life Span - Are You Air Aware? Incorporating Airway Assessments into Routine Dental Appointments - Lancette VanGuilder, BS, RDH CDHA members receive a $30 discount. Contact [email protected] for the discount code. Program includes lunch and morning coffee/tea service. $215 Allied Dental Professionals; $325 Dentists 6 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Cariology - What Do I Really Need to Know? 2023/03/11 - 2023/03/11 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, SF Peter Rechmann, DMD, PhD (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses This presentation will focus on cariology and the latest scientific-based caries management. Dr. Rechmann will refresh your prior knowledge of the histological, physical and chemical composition of enamel and dentin, specifically related to the caries process. He will recap how oral bacteria produce acids necessary for the start of dental caries and its progression. Participants will immediately understand the acid weakness of enamel and dentin, and how to intervene. The basics of the caries process are known and essential, however, modern cariology has provided more options to escape the proverbial fate of cavities. The understanding of microbial biofilm and its importance for caries development has increased. Biofilm modification is crucial for interrupting the caries cycle, and the use of new bactericidal composites and lasers are effective methods of caries management. This presentation will outline the principles of CAMBRA to facilitate an understanding of the CAMBRA philosophy. Based on scientific understanding of the caries process, you will learn the importance of caries risk assessments for your patients. Lastly, we will examine potential economic benefits to your practice by integrating modern cariology into your treatment plans. Program: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Lecture includes lunch and morning coffee/tea service. $325 Dentists; $215 Allied Dental Professionals 6 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Infection Control After COVID-19 and the California Dental Practice Act 2023/01/21 - 2023/01/21 Live Webinar John A. Molinari, PhD; Bruce Peltier, PhD, MBA (415) 929-6486 http://dental.pacific.edu/CDEclasses This updated lecture course provides dentists and the entire dental team with the latest information on infection control since the COVID-19 pandemic, along with the essential elements of the California Dental Practice Act. Science-based CDC recommendations, OSHA regulations, as well as recommendations from dental organizations, will be discussed to support recent infection control updates and modifications. This course meets the Dental Board of California's re-licensure requirements for two units of CE in infection control and two units in dental law. The most recent developments in these areas will be discussed in this informative and practical program. Program: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Format: Live, interactive webinar via Zoom. $145 4 View Details
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry & UCSF School of Dentistry 28th Annual Pacific/UCSF Island Dental Colloquium 2023/02/06 - 2023/02/10 Sheraton Kauai Resort, Kauai, Hawaii Todd Snyder, DDS; Doug thompson, DDS; Alessandro Villa, DDS, PhD, MPH, PhD (415) 514-0778 http://dentistry.ucsf.edu/cde The Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and UCSF School of Dentistry invite you to join us for the 28th Annual Island Dental Colloquium. We are offering an outstanding educational opportunity featuring three excellent speakers. Course sessions run from 7:30 am – 11:30 am each day and include continental breakfast at the Sheraton Kauai Resort. Lectures include: Personalized Periodontal Medicine – A New Approach to Total Body Health Doug Thompson, DDS What’s New in Direct Restorations? Todd Snyder, DDS Oncology and the Dental Profession – from A to Z Alessandro Villa, DDS, PhD, MPH Special group hotel rates at the Sheraton Kauai Resort. Book your hotel online at dental.pacific.edu/islanddental. $995 Dentists: $745 Allied Dental Professionals 20 View Details
Southern Alameda County Dental Society Mastering Dental Marketing Webinar 2022/10/25 - 2022/10/25 Via Zoom Naren Arulrajah (510) 782-5316 http://www.sacds.org Please join us on October 25th for this valuable and informative webinar! Any practice that struggles to attract high-quality patients inevitably struggles to stay successful & becomes more focused on survival than on providing a remarkable patient experience to your patients. As a result, they are unable to achieve the practice profit they desire, even after working for continuous hours throughout the entire week, making it difficult to truly appreciate what dentistry has to offer. This webinar focuses on the best ways to achieve the financial satisfaction you desire by mastering dental marketing and investing in a comprehensive done-for-you marketing plan. At the end of this course, participants will be able to: *Understand the Importance of Mastering Dental Marketing *Understand the marketing tools that will help your practice grow *Know the definitions of NAP, YMYL, and Google EAT *Know the 7 Principles of Marketing taught by Robert Cialdini PhD *Understand the importance of unique content on your website **This course is ideal for your office managers to attend. For over a decade, Ekwa Marketing has specialized in a single activity... Helping doctors, dentists, plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and other healthcare professionals dominate internet marketing, social media, mobile, and local search engine results to outclass their competition! *Register today so that you don't miss this opportunity. The webinar will NOT be recorded. Once you register here and submit payment via the registration link, you will shortly receive a Zoom invite, please register your name, and email address via the zoom link in order to be able to access the webinar on October 25th. Date: Tuesday, October 25th, 2022 Time: 5:30PM via Zoom Fees: Register early to SAVE! SACDS Members - $10 before Aug 25th - $25 after Aug. 25th. Staff & Guests - $10 before Aug 25th - $25 after Aug. 25th. Non-Member Dentists - $30 before Aug 25th - $50 after Aug 25th. *All registrations MUST be made in advance by no later than (October 9th) & are not confirmed until your payment is received in full. *Cancellations: No refunds for No Shows. Written cancellation must be sent via email to: [email protected] or call (510) 782-5316 and must be received 2 days prior to the webinar date to receive a refund. All refunds are subject to a service fee. SACDS Members - $10 before Aug 25th - $25 after Aug. 25th. Staff & Guests - $10 before Aug 25th - $25 after Aug. 25th. Non-Member Dentists - $30 before Aug 25th - $50 after Aug 25th. No View Details
Sacramento District Dental Society CPR BLS Blended Learning Course 2022/11/04 - 2022/11/04 SDDS Office N/A (916) 446-1211 https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/cpr-renewal/ The November CPR Course will be an AHA blended learning course. Blended learning is a combination of eLearning (online portion), in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session at the SDDS office. There are three potential time slots for the skills test session on Friday, November 4th (8-8:45am, 9-9:45am, and 10-10:45am). For more information and to sign up, head to https://www.sdds.org/continuing-education/cpr-renewal/ $56.50 Skills Check at SDDS Office for SDDS Members/ Staff $70 Skills Check at SDDS Office for CDA Members $113 Skills Check at SDDS Office for Non-Members & $31.50 to AHA (Link to the course provided by SDDS) 4 CEU, Core View Details
Western Los Angeles Dental Society Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office: Why CPR is Not Enough 2022/10/25 - 2022/10/25 Virtual  Larry J. Sangrik, DDS (310) 349-2199 https://westernlads.org/product/oct25ce Course Description: Medical emergencies occurring in the dental office can be stressful and frightening, not only for the patient, but also the entire dental team. This course focuses on organizing a dental office prior to the onset of a medical program. Five key concepts will be discussed: Obtaining a quality medical history Organizing your staff into a cohesive team Stocking the proper equipment and medications Developing an emergency response manual Recognizing the importance of ongoing mock grills. Target Audience: Dentists (including all specialties) and all members of the dental team (dental hygienists, assistants), including the business and office staff. Learning Objectives: Understand the six areas in which dental offices need to be prepared to manage a medical event. Appreciate the need for supplemental oxygen for both breathing and non-breathing patients. Delegate appropriate duties to all members of the dental team. Be capable of constructing an emergency manual that contains the signs, symptoms, and response algorithms to the eleven medical conditions dental offices are likely to encounter. Speaker: Larry J. Sangrik, DDS is a 1979 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He completed the intravenous sedation program at Miami Valley Hospital of Dayton, Ohio, and the comprehensive externship at Midwest Implant Institute. Having volunteered on the Chardon Fire/Rescue Department, he has personally managed most medical crises, from childbirth to open heart massage.  Active in organized dentistry, Dr. Sangrik has long held numerous positions at the local and state levels. He also has served as a consultant to the Ohio State Dental Board on a task force concerning the use of oral sedation. Since 1999, Dr. Sangrik is a well-known national dental CE lecturer. His lecture topics include preparing for medical emergencies in the dental office, understanding dental fear, use of conscious sedation in dentistry, and patient monitoring. He has been a featured speaker at three American Dental Association Annual Sessions. He has also lectured at the Hinman Dental Meeting of Atlanta, the Greater New York Dental Convention, the Yankee Dental Congress, the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, the Rocky Mountain Dental Convention, the Star of the North Dental Meeting, the Western Regional Dental Convention and five US dental schools. Additionally, he has addressed numerous state or regional dental conventions from Maine to Arizona. Having been named as one of the nation’s leaders in dental continuing education for over ten consecutive years, Dr. Sangrik has written for Dentistry Today, Dental Economics and Dental Practice Success on the topics of medical emergencies and dental fear. In 2018 he published a research paper on behalf of the American Association of Dental Boards assessing patient expectations of dental teams during a medical emergency. Dr. Sangrik developed and authored a 4-part video and workbook for the American Dental Association on medical emergency preparedness released in January 2019. Dr. Sangrik maintains a full-time general practice in his hometown of Chardon, Ohio, with an emphasis on the treatment of apprehensive patients with IV sedation. He and his wife live in Chardon and have two adult children. $5-$35 2 View Details
UCLA School of Dentistry Temporomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain Diagnosis and Management Workshop 2022/11/18 - 2023/02/11 Combination of in-person at UCLA School of Dentistry and live online. Sherwin Arman, DMD, MPH; Bernadette Jaeger DDS; Kenneth Moore, DDS; Dennis Bailey, DDS; Tara Aghaloo, DDS, MD, PhD; Donald Goodman, PhD; Richard Hirschinger, DDS (310) 206-8388 https://dentistry.ucla.edu/academics-admissions/continuing-dental-education/courses 4 Session Course Session 1: TMD Classification, Anatomy, and Orofacial Pain Examination Friday, November 18, 2022 - Online Zoom lectures, 8:00am - 5:00 pm Saturday, November 19, 2022 - In person at UCLA, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Session 2: Myogenous TMD: Pathophysiology, Differential Diagnosis and Management Friday, December 9, 2022 - Online Zoom lectures, 8:00am - 5:00 pm Session 3: Arthrogenous TMD: Diagnosis and Management Friday, January 6, 2023 - Online Zoom lectures, 8:00am - 5:00 pm Session 4: Relationship to Occlusion, Sleep Disorders and Less Common Diagnoses February 10, 2023 - Zoom Lectures all day 8:00am - 5:00 pm February 11, 2023 - In person at UCLA, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm This course will be comprised of lectures on the temporomandibular joint disorders and clinical hands-on experience that will be comprised in examining, diagnosing and treating patients with TMD and orofacial pain disorders. Interest in TM disorders has gone through evolutionary and revolutionary changes. Consensus on the treatment of TMD has been slowly developing but there is still great controversy over appropriate treatment for these problems. This course will provide training commensurate with standards of care that have been developing in the academic communities around the world over the last 3 decades. This course is designed to offer a comprehensive experience for the practicing dentist that will connect the medical and dental aspects of TMD. Course Topics Review of orofacial pain including neuropathic pain and headache Physical evaluation of patients with TM disorders Imaging of the TM joint Introduction to dental sleep apnea Sleep bruxism and its relations to TMD Myofascial pain and treatment protocol Oral appliances Medication management of TMD Psychology of chronic pain Relationship between occlusion and TMD $4,450 40 View Details

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