Continuing Dental Education

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Seminar

Oral Cancer & Diseases: Case Presentation of Lumps, Bumps & Lesions

8 Credit Hours

Friday Jul 12th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course deals with unusual cases, diagnostic challenges, the oral health effects of tobacco products and alcohol, premalignant and malignant lesions, presenting an oral cancer diagnosis to a patient and new diagnostic technique. Tobacco advertising will be exposed and the link between human papilloma virus and oral cancer discussed. Treatment of oral cancer and oropharyngeal cancer will be presented.

This course will be presented in Dr. Svirsky’s interactive and entertaining style. Get ready to laugh, learn and make a major difference in the lives of your patients.

Speaker: John A. Svirsky

67 seats available


Syracuse, NY

Seminar

Oral Cancer & Diseases: Case Presentation of Lumps, Bumps & Lesions

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Jul 13th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course deals with unusual cases, diagnostic challenges, the oral health effects of tobacco products and alcohol, premalignant and malignant lesions, presenting an oral cancer diagnosis to a patient and new diagnostic technique. Tobacco advertising will be exposed and the link between human papilloma virus and oral cancer discussed. Treatment of oral cancer and oropharyngeal cancer will be presented.

This course will be presented in Dr. Svirsky’s interactive and entertaining style. Get ready to laugh, learn and make a major difference in the lives of your patients.

Speaker: John A. Svirsky

127 seats available


Saratoga Springs, NY

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Identification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Jul 26th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course is designed for dentists & dental hygienists and will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

82 seats available


Jessup, MD

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Identification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Jul 27th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course is designed for dentists & dental hygienists and will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

96 seats available


Harrisburg, PA

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Identification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 9th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course is designed for dentists & dental hygienists and will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

88 seats available


Plymouth Meeting, PA

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Identification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Aug 10th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course is designed for dentists & dental hygienists and will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

143 seats available


Lancaster, PA

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 16th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

46 seats available


Santa Fe, NM

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Aug 17th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

121 seats available


Albuquerque, NM

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 6th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

119 seats available


Grand Rapids, MI

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Sep 7th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

118 seats available


Lansing, MI

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 20th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

100 seats available


Cincinnati, OH

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Sep 21st, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

160 seats available


Indianapolis, IN

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Friday Oct 11th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

120 seats available


Morrisville, NC

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Oct 11th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

100 seats available


Rockford, IL

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Oct 12th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

120 seats available


Greensboro, NC

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Oct 12th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

100 seats available


Glen Ellyn, IL

Seminar

Clinical Periodontology for General Dentists and Dental Hygienists

8 Credit Hours

Friday Nov 8th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

The course is designed to discuss the contemporary aspects of clinical periodontology for general dentists and dental hygienists. Starting from the patient’s medical history and how important is to understand when to move forward with the data collection and in which circumstances to give a medical consultation. Participants will understand the etiological factors, the proper diagnosis and rationale behind the new classification system involving the staging and grading of chronic periodontitis.

Speaker: Nikolaos K. Soldatos

197 seats available


Las Vegas, NV

Seminar

Clinical Periodontology for General Dentists and Dental Hygienists

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 9th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

The course is designed to discuss the contemporary aspects of clinical periodontology for general dentists and dental hygienists. Starting from the patient’s medical history and how important is to understand when to move forward with the data collection and in which circumstances to give a medical consultation. Participants will understand the etiological factors, the proper diagnosis and rationale behind the new classification system involving the staging and grading of chronic periodontitis.

Speaker: Nikolaos K. Soldatos

119 seats available


Reno, NV

Seminar

Infection Control & Safety in the Dental Setting

8 Credit Hours

Friday Nov 15th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

As we begin to look at the COVID-19 pandemic in the rear-view mirror, the science and understanding and of this disease continues to evolve, and new emerging infectious diseases are now within our communities. While disease transmission in dentistry is rare, consequences may be severe. Participants will learn the latest policies and procedures that impact effective infection control in the dental setting. And, the entire dental team will learn that infection prevention is a team-sport that requires constant attention, education, and compliance.

Speaker: Marie Fluent

126 seats available


Freeport, ME

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Nov 15th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

49 seats available


Middleton, WI

Seminar

Infection Control & Safety in the Dental Setting

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 16th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

As we begin to look at the COVID-19 pandemic in the rear-view mirror, the science and understanding and of this disease continues to evolve, and new emerging infectious diseases are now within our communities. While disease transmission in dentistry is rare, consequences may be severe. Participants will learn the latest policies and procedures that impact effective infection control in the dental setting. And, the entire dental team will learn that infection prevention is a team-sport that requires constant attention, education, and compliance.

Speaker: Marie Fluent

129 seats available


Manchester, NH

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 16th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

50 seats available


Milwaukee, WI

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Friday Nov 22nd, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

150 seats available


Jessup, MD

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Friday Nov 22nd, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

164 seats available


Nashua, NH

Seminar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 23rd, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of oral pathology. Common entities will be discussed; a particular focus will be made on oral squamous cell carcinoma and prevention of this malignancy.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark

144 seats available


Salem, MA

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 23rd, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

160 seats available


Sterling, VA

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Sunday Nov 24th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

274 seats available


Hagerstown, MD

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Friday Dec 6th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

244 seats available


Feasterville-Trevose, PA

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Dec 7th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

154 seats available


Hershey, PA

Seminar

“It’s All About The Medical History!”: Essential Pharmacology for Busy Dental Professionals

8 Credit Hours

Sunday Dec 8th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

What potential complications lurk behind the patient’s medical history that may impact dental therapy? This program will provide an overview of the dental implications of the medications, supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. The pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics will be presented as well as an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola

393 seats available


Cherry Hill, NJ

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Friday Dec 13th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

140 seats available


Grand Rapids, MI

Seminar

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Disease Classification, Instrumentation, and Evidence-Based Updates

8 Credit Hours

Saturday Dec 14th, 2024
at 8:30 AM

This course, designed for dentists & dental hygienists, will offer information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of periodontal classification through a case-based approach. Dr. Sharma will review advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy and the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma

78 seats available


Ann Arbor, MI