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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.

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Expanding Restorative Options Using Next-Generation Bone Level Implants

CE Contact Hours: 3
-Surgical and restorative applications of the NobelActive implant -Surgical techniques for establishing the optimum restorative result -Surgical and restorative techniques for immediate provisional -Establishing optimum emergence profile -Establishing optimum final restorative esthetics using customized temporary abutments, customized impression technqiues, abutment options ......

Restoratively Driven Implant Failures:What Restorative Dentist Needs to Know

CE Contact Hours: 2
New hybrid abutment designs—ICAP/ICAM Simple modification of stock abutments Which cements you should avoid Which technique minimizes excess cement Radiographic interpretation of excess cement Implant specific issues Platform switching—disadvantages Recall protocols Simple techniques to avoid putting the implant placed at risk for cement induced peri-implantitis...

Optimal Treatment Solution For Edentulous Patients Using The All-on-4 Treatment

CE Contact Hours: 6
The All-on-4™ technique offers a viable and cost-effective implant-based solution for edentulous jaws that produces immediate patient satisfaction. This course will present a surgical and prosthetic overview of the All-on-4™ technique, including immediate function and full-case rehabilitation. The course is intended for clinicians experienced in implant dentistry....

Soft Tissue Esthetics and Health with Dental Implants: A biological, clinical an

CE Contact Hours: 6
This presentation will provide the current knowledge and criteria in soft tissue management and how to achieve stable and long lasting soft tissue margins around implant restorations. Soft tissue management, preservation and grafting, especially where it relates to the rehabilitation of partially edentulous patients with thin biotypes and high aesthetic demands will be presented from an ......

Full-Arch Rehabilitation with the All-On-4 Technique with Live Surgery

CE Contact Hours: 14
Immediate placement and provisionalization of implants in the esthetic zone may improve soft tissue esthetics, bone quality, and patient acceptance with predictably successful outcomes. Take advantage of this opportunity to integrate this proven practice builder into your routine implant treatment. Many patients are living longer and do not find a complete removable denture acceptable. The ......

Successful Implant Prosthetics Geared for the General Practice

CE Contact Hours: 14
This two-day program will provide an in-depth lecture, hands-on training, and treatment planning session for the clinician in the use of the NobelReplace™ prosthetic system. Detailed instruction in treatment planning for any implant case provides the foundation for successful case presentation and implementation of appropriate procedures. The agenda will give the clinician confidence in ......

Moderate Sedation Plus Airway Emergency and Sedation Algorithms Course

CE Contact Hours: 2
We all realize that any healthcare personnel involved with the administration of sedation needs to continue in quality programs to validate competency in this area. A multidisciplinary approach is the best approach for the healthcare team when developing policies and procedures related to sedation and this course can assist the team with a solid educational foundation. The Course ......

Improving Practice Efficacy with Dental Photography


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 1
This course lists and describes the applications of oral photography; compares the advantages of traditional verses digital; discusses photographic terminology and equipment and ways to communicate with patients and labs to increase acceptance of digital photography....

Dental Care for the Patient with Multiple Sclerosis


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This course describes disease symptoms, affect on dental care and oral health, various orofacial co-morbidities, medications the patient may take, risk of drug complications and how to develop a plan of care for a patient and educate in oral self-management....

Bone Grafting For Implant Reconstruction

CE Contact Hours: 2
This course discusses the common causes of bone loss, biology of bone formation in grafting procedures, types of dental bone grafting materials, commonly used synthetic bone graft substitutes, general technique in bone grafting procedure, available bone grafting procedures, common complications and common factors affecting the success rate of bone grafts....

Hemostasis: General Principles and Disorders


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This course discusses the general process by which blood clots, mechanisms that oppose blood clotting, evaluating a patient with a suspected bleeding or thrombotic disorder, clinical signs and symptoms, treatments available for uncontrolled post-operative bleeding....

Substance Abuse: Awareness and Prevention (Update includes “Meth Mouth”)


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 3
This course describes the signs and characteristics consistent with substance abuse. Causes, manifestations of, obligations of dentist, symptoms and management of, signs specifically associated with dental personnel and recommended strategies to detect and refer patients are all discussed....

California Dental Practice Act

Categories Ethics and Law

Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This mandatory two unit course is required by the Dental Board of California for all dental licensees seeking a renewal of their license. This course will cover the following topics: scope of practice, license renewal requirements, legal duties of dental auxiliaries, prescription drug regulations, violations and regulations of the California Practice Act. ...

Using Research for Clinical Decision-Making: Evaluating a Research Report


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
The oral health practitioner must continually review dental research articles to learn about new options for therapy and oral health products. How does the practitioner know when he/she should incorporate these new procedures into their practice? This continuing education course will present guidelines for critically evaluating the research and for making decisions about how to apply the ......

Prosthesis Retention and Effective Use of Denture Adhesive in Complete Denture Therapy


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This continuing education course is intended for prosthodontists, general dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants. This course will review epidemiologic data on the growing older adult population and its impact on the need for complete denture therapy today and in the future. The challenges faced by the profession with respect to managing edentulism in this older adult population will also ......

Oral Health Care: A Whole New Language


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 3
This course is intended for anyone new to the field of dental healthcare, whether they are a dental assistant, dental hygienist, dental student, or anyone already in the field who would like a dental vocabulary refresher. The most commonly used terms in dentistry will be defined and memory joggers will be provided for most. Useful prefixes and suffixes often used to create dental/medical words ......

Oral Cancer

CE Contact Hours: 1
This course will cover the important general features of oral cancer, its causes and clinical presentation and how the disease is managed....

Intimate Partner Violence and Elder Maltreatment: Implications for the Dental Professional


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 1
This continuing education course is intended for dental students, dental residents, dental fellows, and practicing dental professionals. This course will provide information on Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Elder Maltreatment (EM), describe their victims and perpetrators, and outline the dental professionals' responsibilities to recognize, report, treat, and prevent such cases....

Hand Hygiene: Infection Control/Exposure Control Issues for Oral Healthcare Workers


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This continuing education course is intended for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants. It presents the essential elements of an infection control/exposure control plan for the oral healthcare setting with emphasis on hand hygiene....

HSV and VZV: Infection Control/Exposure. Control Issues for Oral Healthcare Workers


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This continuing education course is intended for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants. It presents the essential elements of an infection control/exposure control plan for the oral healthcare setting with emphasis on HSV and VZV infections...

HIV: Infection Control Issues for Oral Healthcare Personnel

CE Contact Hours: 2
This course presents currently available knowledge essential for the implementation of an effective HIV-related infection control plan with special emphasis on: (1) education and training related to the etiology and epidemiology of HIV infection and exposure prevention; (2) plans for the management of oral healthcare personnel potentially exposed to HIV and for the follow-up of oral healthcare ......

Dental Implications of the ADHD Patient


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This continuing education course is intended for general dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants. The goal of the course is to increase dental healthcare providers’ understanding of treating the patient with ADHD....

Clinical Encounters in Pediatric Dentistry


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This continuing education course is intended for dentists, dental auxiliaries and other health practitioners. This course is designed teach the recognition and management of a variety of dento/orofacial conditions and problems commonly found in pediatric patients from infancy to adolescence....

Aging, Systemic Disease and Oral Health: Implications for Women Worldwide


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
This course will review global prevalence and risk factors of three common health conditions among aging women: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis. It explores prevention and treatment approaches, connections to oral health, and specific treatment plans for each condition. (This is Part 1 of a 2-part series on women, aging and oral health. Part 2 will appear in the ......

A Prospective Clinical Study to Evaluate the Effect of Manual and Power Toothbrushes on Pre-existing Gingival Recessions


Author(s): Christof E. Dorfer

Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 1
The aim of this course is to evaluate gingival recession changes after six months of brushing with an oscillating-rotating power toothbrush (PT) or an ADA reference manual toothbrush (MT)....