10/10/2016

View CDA Presents courses on-demand, earn C.E.


The large number of courses available at CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry (172 courses were offered at CDA Presents in San Francisco last month) makes attending even the top picks a challenge for dentists and their dental team members. In response, CDA is working continually to expand the way dental professionals can participate in and experience the convention — and also earn continuing education credits through correspondence courses year-round.

For those who missed attending a course at CDA Presents in San Francisco, four individual courses are available for purchase on-demand at CDA's multimedia library, prolibraries.com/cda:

  • Restorative Dentistry: Back to the Future! (Presenter: Robert Lowe, DDS; 3 Core C.E. units).
  • Becoming the Whitening Specialist (Presenter: Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD, ACE; 2.5 Core C.E. units).
  • Medical Update for the Dental Team, part 1 (Presenter: Barbara J. Steinberg, DDS; 2.5 Core C.E. units).
  • Medical Update for the Dental Team, part 2 (Presenter: Barbara J. Steinberg, DDS; 2.5 Core C.E. units).

Dentists may also purchase the "Entire Conference" package, which consists of 46 sessions. Courses range from "Clinical Periodontics and Oral Implantology 2016" to "Infection Control" to "Tech Check: An Overview of New Technology and Materials Changing Dentistry."

Within the library, just a quick click on any course title will reveal the course description. Downloadable audio and PowerPoint content is available for all courses, while courses that were live-streamed will also include video. A "preview" option lets the user hear and see a snapshot of the course prior to purchase.

Dental professionals who seek learning opportunities beyond those offered at CDA Presents in San Francisco may purchase correspondence courses from conventions dating back to the 2014 CDA Presents in Anaheim. However, those who wish to receive C.E. units for correspondence courses must submit their summaries within each course's expiration, which is one year from the convention.



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