We design this tried, tested, and continually updated course to satisfy the training requirement from the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) for utilizing Medical Immobilization. This course is available and recommended to all members of the dental office team. It provides instruction on how to use protective stabilization safely with selected patients and situations where there is a need.
Friday, May 10, 2019
CE Credits: 6
We designed our course to upgrade the skills and knowledge of the Expanded Function Dental Assistant, and to make him/her a more valuable member of the dental health team. Our EFDA Level I course covers small to moderate sized restorative procedures, while EFDA Level II concentrates on moderate to large restorative procedures. The multiple lectures and hands-on exercises prepare participants to perform advanced restorative procedures.
June 7 - 9 & June 21 - 22, 2019
CE Credits: 32
Through lecture, demonstration, laboratory, and clinical experiences, participants learn the management of pain through the administration of local anesthetic agents. Participants receive hands-on experience with live patients on Saturday and Sunday of the course. This course is necessary for those who are moving to Colorado or for those who have not successfully completed a 24-hour course in local anesthesia, including block anesthesia, as part of your accredited dental hygiene program or in a formal continuing education course by an ADA CERP accredited school.
June 21 - 23, 2019
CE Credits: 24
Self Study Media Program
CE Credits: 60
Recording Dates: November 10-17, 2018
Published Date: December 2018