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Network with colleagues, students, and dental team members at the premier meeting for general dentistry. AGD’s annual scientific session has earned a reputation for having some of the finest dental continuing education in the world. From advanced hands-on education to clinical and practice management lectures in an innovative one-hour lecture format, all of the CE earned at an AGD meeting can be applied to the AGD Fellowship and Mastership awards.
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Conferences/Conventions
$770 USD
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Jun 9, 2021 - Jun 12, 2021
Austin, TX, US
0 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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Network with colleagues, students, and dental team members at the premier meeting for general dentistry. AGD’s annual scientific session has earned a reputation for having some of the finest dental continuing education in the world. From advanced hands-on education to clinical and practice management lectures in an innovative one-hour lecture format, all of the CE earned at an AGD meeting can be applied to the AGD Fellowship and Mastership awards.
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$75 USD
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Jun 9, 2021 - Jun 12, 2021
Austin, TX, US
0 CE Credits
This course is for:Staff, Assistants, Hygienists
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To prevent or minimize HAIs among OHCWs and patients, oral healthcare facilities are mandated to develop a written infection control/exposure control protocol that extends to all aspects of the clinical process. Participants in this course will be introduced to evidence-based information that will facilitate compliance with and the implementation of infection control rules and recommendations made by federal, state, and local agencies and professional organizations.
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Infection Control
$187 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
Online
4.25 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Staff, Assistants, Hygienists
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Section 1: PreventionSection 2: Preparation of Office StaffSection 3: Basic ManagementSection 4: Altered ConsciousnessSection 5: Respiratory DistressSection 6: Drug-Related Emergencies AllergySection 7: Drug Related Medical Emergencies – OverdoseSection 8: Chest PainSection 9: Cardiac Arrest
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$723 USD
15.5 CE Credits
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The most common complaint causing a person to seek the services of an oral health care provider is pain. Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Proper management of pain requires an understand­ing of its complexity, an appreciation for the factors that determine its expression in the clinical setting, the implementation of disease-modifying procedures and sound pharmacological strategies (analgesia) in the postoperative period.
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Pharmacology
$93 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
Online
2 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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Most odontogenic infections are polymicrobial. Most odontogenic infections can be resolved satisfactorily through debridement. When antibacterial chemotherapy is indicated, the drug of choice should be either the most effective drug against the infective pathogens or the least toxic alternative among several available agents. Introduce evidence-based information that will help with the selection of the most appropriate antibacterial agent for the management of an odontogenic infection.
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Pharmacology
$164 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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3.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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The most common complaint causing a person to seek the services of an oral health care provider is pain. Pain is an unpleasant sensory & emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Proper management of pain requires an understand­ing of its complexity, appreciation for the factors that determine its expression in the clinical setting, sound pharmacological strategies (local anesthesia) during the perioperative period & implementation of disease-modifying procedures.
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Anesthesia, Pharmacology
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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2 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Hygienists
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How you approach the process of selling your practice can have tremendous impact on your post-retirement financial security. Dr. Levin will teach you effective strategies for planning and executing the most rewarding transition possible.
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Practice Management
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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Attendees will learn the income-generating strategies and systems for growing practice profitability in today’s more competitive economy. Dr. Levin will teach dentists how to turn their practices into thriving dental businesses. By implementing step-by-step systems in the areas of marketing, scheduling, case presentation and collections, dentists can capitalize on the full potential within their practices.
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Practice Management
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Staff
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This presentation will focus on the complications that may be seen during the course of this treatment. These complications may actually be normal maintenance procedures that need to be identified prior to the start of any proposed treatment and conveyed to the patient. A clear picture of preventable and non-preventable complications will be discussed. The attendee will be exposed to many different complications involving implant treatment through numerous clinical examples.
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Implants
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Assistants
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In 90 minutes, attendees will learn about the current state of the dental profession and its implications for new dentists. Dr. Levin will teach new dentists the importance of running a practice as a real world business.
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Practice Management
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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The lecture will address the process of assessing an odontogenic infection and when to prescribe antibiotics. An overview of antimicrobials will be presented so that the practitioner may decide on an appropriate medication and increase patient compliance. The lecture will also allow a practitioner to develop a method for assessing soft tissue lesions, and provide options for biopsy techniques.
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Oral Pathology/Medicine, Pharmacology
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Hygienists
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Human papillomavirus (HPV)-related oral and oropharyngeal cancers are more difficult for dentists to discover than tobacco-related cancers because the symptoms are not always obvious to the patient or to professionals who are looking for them. The symptoms can be subtle and painless. A doctor should evaluate all symptoms, especially if it has persisted for two or more weeks.
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Oral Pathology/Medicine
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
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This program is designed for the early to moderate level general dentist wishing to hone their skills in oral, periodontal and implant surgery. Participants will expand their knowledge for dental suturing and learn when to apply the various suturing techniques. This course will cover the essentials such as; flap design, flap manipulation, flap release, closure, soft tissue grafting, socket grafting, bone grafting and implant surgery.
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Grafting
$70 USD
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists
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This presentation identifies the most common mechanical complications and presents guidelines that help prevent adverse leverage on implants. Additionally, when implant placement cannot be ideal or the implants are not appropriately positioned, this presentation describes methods that can be used to resist adverse leverage with both implant single crowns and implant fixed partial dentures.
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Implants
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1.50 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Assistants
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This program looks at recent developments seeking to increase the safety, efficacy and comfort of injectable local anesthetics. It reviews buffered local anesthetics (the local anesthetic “ON” switch; phentolamine mesylate – the local anesthetic ‘OFF” switch; computer-controlled local anesthetic delivery and the use of an intranasal local anesthetic mist to provide pain control in maxillary teeth.
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Anesthesia
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Hygienists
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Articaine HCl was introduced into the United States in 2000 and has become the 2nd most used local anesthetic in dentistry. This program provides an in-depth look at articaine, its advantages and disadvantages when compared with other commonly used dental local anesthetics. We also discuss the ‘controversy’ alleging an increased risk of paresthesia following administration of 4% local anesthetics.
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Anesthesia
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1 CE Credits
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Local anesthetic techniques providing pain control in the maxillary arch are described in this program following a review of the anatomy of the trigeminal nerve. Techniques include infiltration (supraperiosteal), anterior superior alveolar nerve block; middle superior alveolar nerve block; posterior superior alveolar nerve block; anterior superior alveolar nerve block; and palatal injection techniques.
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Anesthesia
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Hygienists
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The basic armamentarium for local anesthetic delivery – the syringe, cartridge and needle – is reviewed in this program along with evaluation of the patient prior to receiving an injection. A step-by-step review of the basic local anesthetic injection technique is provided.
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Anesthesia
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1 CE Credits
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Local anesthetics, the most used drugs in dentistry, are the safest & most effective drugs for the prevention and management of pain. However the act of receiving an injection – the ‘shot’ – is the most fear-inducing part of the dental experience for most patients. 75% of all dental office medical emergencies are ‘stress’ related and therefore preventable in most situations. Techniques of managing fear including inhalation and oral sedation are reviewed.
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Anesthesia
$70 USD
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Expires on: Oct 23, 2021
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1.25 CE Credits
This course is for:Dentists, Hygienists
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