CE Lessons

Here you’ll find our catalog of continuing education courses with the newest courses listed first. The “Categories” menu (to the left) can help you quickly find courses by clinical category, or you can type a keyword into the search box below.

Freely view our courses at any time. To earn CE credits, simply click the “Take Course” button on the course of your choice. You will then be prompted for payment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Thank you for choosing Dentallearning.net to earn your CE credits!

Xerostomia: Causes and Treatment Options

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Image-Guided Endodontics and Strategic Dentin Preservation

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Traditional endodontic dogma, the associated legacy concepts, technique end-points and attendant predictors and measures of outcome have misdirected the specialty of endodontics for decades. A new framework for decision-making that is based on a modern understanding of the biology and disease vs. disease-that-matters will be introduced. Alternative treatment protocols that reflect this new understanding yet are respectful to the anatomic and structural limitations will be developed in a case-based format.

Strategic Dentin Conservation: What's all the hype about?

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Learning goals include conducting an ongoing review of current literature as it pertains to the influence of tooth structure conservation and outcome. We will discuss current alterations to the traditional treatment philosophy and their impact on dentistry. The lecture presentation concentrates on how to perform endodontics in a predictable, reproducible manner using modern techniques that aim at enhancing the long-term prognosis of the tooth.

PRECISION AND PREDICTABILITY: Streamlining the Implant and Ortho Workflow


Author(s): Sonia S Leziy
ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Implant treatment is a reliable treatment that is increasingly in demand for the replacement of missing teeth. During implant treatment planning, anatomical structures must be accurately identified and treatment must be planned from the perspective of the desired restorative result. This is of particular importance in the anterior region, where esthetics is a primary consideration. The digital workflow has improved the predictability and execution of implant therapy.

Bringing Best Practices into Your Practice

Categories: Dental Learning , CAD/CAM
ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Dental professionals work in a complex environment that requires consideration of ergonomics. This encompasses physical, psychosocial and organizational factors. Four-handed dentistry results in organized and collaborative performance of work, effectiveness, increased productivity and efficiency, and helps to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries when performed properly. The dental operatory design, operatory furniture and instruments require particular consideration and can help provide ergonomic solutions in dentistry.

Modern Endodontics: Rethinking Access and Instrumentation


Author(s): Dr. Rob Rabi
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Non-Surgical Perio Therapy with Adjunctive Agents

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Marketing and Technology to Improve Your Practice

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Participants taking part in this course will learn more about the latest marketing techniques and methodologies highlighting best practices within today’s technology-driven dental industry.

Biofilm, the host response and treatment in periodontal disease

ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Conserving Tooth Structure for Better Results and Other Pearls for Practicing


Author(s): Gregori Kurtzman
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

The importance of preserving tooth structure and its connection to long-term clinical success. We will discuss:

An Update on Digital Impressions

Categories: Dental Learning , CAD/CAM
ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Digital technologies have changed the world we live in, and have also resulted in signifi cant changes in dentistry. One of these was digital impressioning, together with

Periodontal Disease Risk Factors and Treatment

Categories: Oral Systemic Health
ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Periodontal disease with clinical attachment loss affects approximately 47% of American adults over the age of 30. The development and progression of chronic periodontitis depends on a number of factors including risk and the host response. Treatment options include nonsurgical therapy which may also use adjunctive therapies, and surgical therapy. Regular re-evaluation and periodontal maintenance is essential for patients who have been treated for periodontal disease.

Patients with Xerostomia: Causes and Treatment Options

Categories: Oral Systemic Health
ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Xerostomia is the subjective sensation of oral dryness, while dry mouth is objective and refers to hyposalivation, defined as reduced or nonexistent salivary flow. The terms xerostomia and dry mouth are often used interchangeably, as is the case in this course. The severity of xerostomia has wide variability, from mild and relatively easily managed cases to severe cases that have a significant impact on the quality of life and are more difficult to manage. While not associated with aging, xerostomia occurs most commonly in older individuals.

Conservative Access and Excavation for Dentin and Enamel Preservation

Categories: Occlusion
Author(s): Daniel W. Boston
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Simplicity and Predictability for Indirect Dental Restorative Procedures

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

In today’s ever-changing economic environment, the dentist must continue to provide a quality service to the patient, yet remain profitable. Consistent, predictable, clinical techniques to create quality aesthetic and functional dental restorations in a time efficient manner are of paramount importance for a healthy practice. In this webinar, Dr. Lowe will review various aspects of direct and indirect restorative procedures that dentists perform in practice every day and discuss techniques and materials that can make these procedures easier and more predictable to perform.

Endodontic Breakthroughs: NiTi Shaping Protocol Ensuring Endodontic Predictability

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

This webinar will address breakthrough shaping and irrigation concepts and detail the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. The participants of this presentation will become familiar with the use of the “apex last” approach to canal shaping with nickel-titanium instrumentation using the TFA™ (Twisted File) Adaptive System, using Adaptive Motion Technology. Learn how Adaptive Motion technology provides the advantages of rotary and reciprocation but minimizes the disadvantages of both.

Techniques for Pink Composite Restorations With Bioactive Giomer Composites

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

The gingival architecture represents the frame for the teeth. If it is not restored correctly, either surgically or prosthetically, it will impair the final three dimensional esthetic outcomes. This webinar will teach you how to enhance your skills and gain confidence using pink composites that utilize minimally invasive concepts. Webinar modules include restoring multiple gingival recessions with sulcus reproduction and surface characterizations.

Trending in Endodontics: #Irrigation

Categories: Endodontics
Author(s): Brett Gilbert
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

This webinar is designed to present the latest innovations in endodontic irrigation. As our endodontic instruments have achieved an extraordinary ability to shape our canals, it is the chemical debridement with irrigation that we rely on to cleanse the root canal spaces. Given that our instruments do not reach the majority of the canal wall surfaces, we now are depending on newer and more innovative ways to safely and thoroughly irrigate the root canal system anatomy.

The Science of Tooth Whitening

Categories: Restorative Dentistry
Author(s): Rod Kurthy
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

A good understanding of the science behind the treatments we provide, such as restorative dentistry, implants, oral surgery, and periodontal treatment, is necessary to make solid judgments on behalf of our patients. During this webinar, the science of tooth whitening will be reviewed, including the physics, chemistry, physiology and microanatomy of whitening and the results that can be achieved. In addition, the potential frustrations of sensitivity and unpredictability of tooth whitening will be discussed, including solutions that address these.

How to Centralize Your Group Practice Operation

Categories: Practice Management
Author(s): Jill Nesbitt
ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

Designed for dentist owners of multiple offices, this webinar focuses on establishing systems and processes to organize the operations of group dental practices. We walk through the creation of a financial and operations dashboard with recommendations on how your team can take responsibility for running each system and documenting results.

Digital Solutions in Dentistry

Digital dental technologies have proliferated to offer alternative solutions in digital imaging, diagnostics, and restorative procedures, as well as in other areas. Digital imaging is available for clinical imaging, extraoral and intraoral digital radiography, and as adjunctive devices that may be used for patient education and communication, and as assessment and diagnostic aids.

Sjögren Syndrome: Oral Manifestations, Complications and Management

ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00

Assessing Patient Risk for Dry Mouth and Impact on Oral Health Quality of Life

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

The purpose of this webinar is to assist clinicians with the identification of patient populations who are at risk for chronic dry mouth and resultant complications. Participants will learn about a variety of systemic health conditions and contributory risk behaviors that are associated with chronic dry mouth. Quality of life issues, including the impact of living with dry mouth on nutrition, function and comfort will be discussed. Interventions that assist those living with dry mouth, such as salivary stimulants and salivary replacement agents, will be reviewed.

Maximizing Case Acceptance & New Patient Numbers

ADA Credits: 1
AGD Credits: 1
Cost: $19.00

The average practice has over $1 million worth of production in its patient records. Looking back, imagine if you could have proceeded with the ideal treatment plan for most of your patients. What would that have done to your practice’s profitability? Out of 10 patients, how many do you get to accept treatments?

Etiologies, Sequelae and Management of Dry Mouth

ADA Credits: 2
AGD Credits: 2
Cost: $29.00