Continuing Dental Education

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Webinar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

6 Credit Hours

Friday Jun 14th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

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


Webinar

Review of Advanced Instrumentation for Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy (NSPT)

3 Credit Hours

Friday Jun 14th, 2024
at 12:00 PM ET

This course will provide dentists and dental hygienists with a comprehensive review of advanced instrumentation to avoid burnishing and effectively remove calculus during non-surgical periodontal therapy. The course content will incorporate discussion on dental anatomy and periodontal assessment to determine the best options in advanced instruments. Emphasis will be placed on reviewing different types of advanced instruments for safe and effective calculus removal during patient care.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

Nitrous Oxide Sedation 101 (An Introduction to Passing Gas)

4 Credit Hours

Saturday Jun 15th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar presentation is designed to expose the participants to the use of Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen sedation in their practices. Topics discussed will include indications and contraindications of nitrous oxide sedation, patient evaluation, delivery systems, monitoring equipment, and the technique for delivery. The course content will be beneficial to both hygienists and dentists.

Speaker: Steven Bookless


Webinar

Burnout and Oral Health Professionals: Keys to Prevention, Early Recognition and Recovery

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jun 18th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Burnout is a widespread problem that affects healthcare workers’ ability to provide optimal patient care. Furthermore, it poses a threat to the health care worker’s emotional and physical health. In this course we will address burnout from a perspective that takes into the consideration not only the individual, but also their work, family and socio-cultural environments.

Speaker: S.D. Shanti


Webinar

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jun 19th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Antibiotic Stewardship Practices in Dentistry: A Team Approach!

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Jun 20th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Antibiotic resistance is a major public health threat, with “superbug” infections occurring in 2.8 million people in the US each year. Antibiotic misuse and overuse are the primary reasons for the development of antibiotic resistance and adverse reactions—most notably life-threatening Clostridioides difficile infection (C. Diff). The risk/benefit of prescribing antibiotics must always be considered before prescribing any antibiotic.

Speaker: Marie Fluent


Webinar

Tumors are Things that Grow Bump in the Night

3 Credit Hours

Friday Jun 21st, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live and interactive webinar will cover oral bumps in their entire splendor from pyogenic granulomas to soft tissue malignancies. It will review material that you have forgotten since school. Be prepared for a memorable oral pathology experience.

Speaker: John A. Svirsky


Webinar

Clinical Periodontology for General Dentists and Dental Hygienists

7 Credit Hours

Saturday Jun 22nd, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The live webinar 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


Webinar

Periodontal Classification: A Case Based Approach

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jun 25th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This course is crafted to provide dental professionals with a profound comprehension of the periodontal classification system and its application through a case-based approach. Diverse case studies will be used to distinguish various stages and grades, supported by rationales grounded in the criteria of the new classification system. The course content will immerse attendees in the intricacies of periodontal diseases, guiding them through various stages of diseases and offering practical insights into decoding complex cases through real-world examples.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

Beating Up on Your Patient’s Periodontal Disease – A Minimally Invasive Approach for Doctors and Hygienists

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jun 26th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Doctors and Hygienists can learn together about an evidenced based approach to eliminating and controlling Periodontal Disease. This presentation will discuss a scientifically sound approach for effective control of all levels of periodontal disease using the non-surgical approach with scaling and root planning, or minimally invasive surgical intervention for more advanced disease. Both indications will be explained and published literature will be explained.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Techniques for Delivery of Maxillary and Mandibular Anesthesia

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Jun 27th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This live webinar will provide a comprehensive review of techniques in delivering local anesthesia for dental procedures of the maxilla and mandible. A review of applicable anatomy and landmarks will set the stage for a review of techniques of delivery and choices of the type of anesthesia to achieve optimum patient comfort during and post procedure. Finally a review of risks and complications along with their management associated with delivery of local anesthesia will be reviewed.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Cosmetic Use of Neurotoxins in the Dental Practice, an Introduction

3 Credit Hours

Friday Jun 28th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Dr. Bradford Towne, co-author of “Neurotoxins and Facial Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery”, provides an introduction to the use of botulinum toxin for facial cosmetic enhancement in this three hour live webinar. During this presentation, participants will learn the basic pharmacology of botulinum toxin, indications for its use, benefits and risks associated with the injection of toxin. During this webinar, a review muscles of facial expression, pre treatment evaluation, documentation, an introduction to techniques for injection and overview potential complications.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Painless Precision: A Guide for RDHs to Deliver Effective Local Anesthesia

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jul 9th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Utilizing a series of videos, this course is designed for clinical dental hygienists looking to refresh their basic knowledge of administering local anesthetic techniques. It provides step-by-step guidance and in-depth knowledge in administering local anesthetics to achieve profound anesthesia.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

Crown Lengthening – How it WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results

2 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jul 10th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Frustrated by dealing with subgingival margins? Difficult to obtain adequate impressions on the first try?

This two-hour live webinar can provide clinicians with the confidence to better understand and solve these problems. Besides offering basic surgical solutions, participants will have a chance to develop a thought process to help validate the decision of choosing treatment over extraction. The concepts discussed will facilitate the goal of excellence and show a predictable way to avoid an automatic default to titanium with every challenging situation.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

From Research to Practice: Evidence-Based Updates in Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy (NSPT)

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Jul 11th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This evidence-based course will provide dentists and dental hygienists with current information on various procedures/products related to providing NSPT. The course content will include the most current research and guidelines related to NSPT, providing valuable insight into effectively treating and stabilizing periodontal disease.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

Case Presentation of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

6 Credit Hours

Friday Jul 12th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This course is a practical case-based presentation designed to expose the participants to diagnosis and treatment of medical emergencies in the dental office. The course content will be geared to the capabilities of a general dental / hygiene practice. Topics will include creation of an emergency plan, staff responsibilities, communication techniques, emergency medical equipment and appropriate emergency drugs and their use.

Speaker: Steven Bookless


Webinar

Helping Patients Want What They Need

2 Credit Hours

Saturday Jul 13th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Understanding the why of what we do in dentistry is so important since teams face patient challenges daily. From cancellations and lack of treatment acceptance to insurance management issues, patients don't understand the importance of oral health or we don't understand the "why".

Speaker: Ann-Marie C. DePalma


Webinar

Signs and Symptoms of Periodontitis for Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy (NSPT)

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jul 16th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This course is designed for dentists and dental hygienists and will offer critically appraised, evidence-based information to identify signs and symptoms of periodontal disease. The course will provide chronological information on the dental hygiene assessment phase of care to develop steps in identifying, treating, and stabilizing periodontitis utilizing non-surgical periodontal therapy.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

OSHA for the Dental Team: Annual Compliance Training

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jul 16th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Maintaining OSHA dental office compliance is the responsibility of the entire dental team. Dental offices are required to implement and maintain all the necessary infection control and safety systems as required by OSHA. This live webinar provides valuable information on the regulatory requirements and offers practical suggestions on how the dental team can work together to ensure a mutually safe work environment for employees and patients.

Speaker: Marie Fluent


Webinar

Dentistry’s Role in Screening for a Sleep Breathing Disorder

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jul 17th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Over 18 million Americans are navigating the night in a silent struggle against sleep breathing disorders (SBD), such as sleep apnea, where dreams are disrupted not by nightmares, but by an unseen obstruction. With your unique position in the patient's care team, dental professionals have the power to detect, inspire and educate patients about this stealthy disruptor of sleep.

Speaker: Mayoor Patel


Webinar

Periodontal Classification: A Case Based Approach

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Jul 18th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This course is crafted to provide dental professionals with a profound comprehension of the periodontal classification system and its application through a case-based approach. Diverse case studies will be used to distinguish various stages and grades, supported by rationales grounded in the criteria of the new classification system. The course content will immerse attendees in the intricacies of periodontal diseases, guiding them through various stages of diseases and offering practical insights into decoding complex cases through real-world examples.

Speaker: Silky Sharma


Webinar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

6 Credit Hours

Friday Jul 19th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

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


Webinar

Surgical Concepts for Dental Hygienists

3 Credit Hours

Saturday Jul 20th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Dental hygienists are often the first line of providers to diagnose patients with periodontal disease, to identify and successfully diagnose mucogingival deformities around teeth or implants, to identify hopeless teeth and to recognize areas for horizontal or vertical ridge augmentation procedures. After the completion of the initial non-surgical periodontal therapy (phase I), several patients undergo advanced surgical treatment, which include either resective approaches such as osseous surgeries or regenerative approaches such as guided tissue regeneration (GTR) or horizontal/vertical guided bone regeneration (GBR), mucogingival surgeries to increase the keratinized tissue or surgical implant treatment. The role of dental hygienists in the surgical treatment of periodontally compromised patients is essential.

Speaker: Nikolaos K. Soldatos


Webinar

The Geriatric Patient and the Aging Dentist

3 Credit Hours

Sunday Jul 21st, 2024
at 12:00 PM ET

This course is designed for the dental practitioner, the dental team: dental hygienists, and assistants and any other ancillary dental personnel, to educate them on the factors that affect extending their lives and general health, as well as that of their patients, especially their older patients…

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

Challenge of Waterborne Infections in Healthcare Facilities

3 Credit Hours

Monday Jul 22nd, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Infections caused by waterborne microorganisms are among the most harmful to global health. These include diseases caused by a variety of bacteria, protozoa, viruses, and other parasites. They can proliferate in many natural water sources, as well as man-made systems designed to provide potable water for public and healthcare use. An initial overview of the principles and epidemiology associated with waterborne infections will be presented, followed by discussion of representative, clinically important pathogens, and the challenges they present to medical and dental facilities. Emphasis will focus on microbial challenges presented by bacteria found in dental water sources.

Speaker: John A. Molinari


Webinar

Enhancing Restorative Results: Soft Tissue Grafting

2 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jul 23rd, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Embarrassed by recession around a recently placed crown in the esthetic zone? Faced with exposed roots that are esthetically undesirable or sensitive?
Learn evidence-based solutions for the soft tissue challenges you face on a daily basis, such as how to cover those exposed roots and predictably stop recession. In this pre-recorded webinar, methods are illustrated to solve those problems and enhance restorative results for clinicians. Gain peace of mind knowing the gingiva stays in place by the margins of newly placed esthetic crowns. This presentation is for dentists and hygienists who want to better understand how soft tissue grafting can help with enhancing esthetic restorative results.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Techniques for Delivery of Maxillary and Mandibular Anesthesia

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jul 24th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This live webinar will provide a comprehensive review of techniques in delivering local anesthesia for dental procedures of the maxilla and mandible. A review of applicable anatomy and landmarks will set the stage for a review of techniques of delivery and choices of the type of anesthesia to achieve optimum patient comfort during and post procedure. Finally a review of risks and complications along with their management associated with delivery of local anesthesia will be reviewed.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Burnout and Oral Health Professionals: Keys to Prevention, Early Recognition and Recovery

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Jul 25th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Burnout is a widespread problem that affects healthcare workers’ ability to provide optimal patient care. Furthermore, it poses a threat to the health care worker’s emotional and physical health. In this course we will address burnout from a perspective that takes into the consideration not only the individual, but also their work, family and socio-cultural environments.

Speaker: S.D. Shanti


Webinar

Geriatric Dentistry: Treating the Older Adult Patient

6 Credit Hours

Friday Jul 26th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The material being presented is designed for the General Dental Practitioner and ancillary staff. The goal is to encompass the changes upon us in patient care, caring, assessment, treatment planning and possible treatment modalities available. Our older population will be maintaining their teeth longer and will have more discretionary income to spend on staying healthy and looking better. Discussion will cover mature patient needs, changes accompanying aging, homecare, and the effects of prescription drugs on oral health.

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Therapies for the Treatment of Vesiculobullous Diseases

3 Credit Hours

Saturday Jul 27th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar is designed to provide the participant with a general overview of “alternative and complementary” approaches to treatment for intraoral lesions throughout the years. The most common lesions discussed will be mucosal lesions such as OLP, MMP, PV and recurrent aphthae in addition to a few others. Given the cultural diversity within the United States of America, it’s important to recognize that many cultures are bringing their own customs and practices with them. As a dental practitioner/clinician, having the relevant insights into current research and acceptable uses of these products is paramount.

Speaker: Celeste M. Abraham


Webinar

Oral Manifestations of Sexually Transmitted Infections

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Jul 30th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This course is designed to inform the participant of how certain sexually transmitted infections manifest in the oral cavity. Prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections affecting the oral cavity will also be discussed.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark


Webinar

Cosmetic Use of Dermal Fillers in the Dental Practice, an Introduction

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Jul 31st, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Dr. Bradford Towne, co-author of “Neurotoxins and Facial Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery”, provides an introduction to the use of dermal fillers for facial cosmetic enhancement in this three hour live webinar. During this presentation, participants will learn about the pharmacology of different dermal fillers, indications for their use, benefits and risks associated with the injection of fillers. During this webinar, a review of the aging face, pre treatment evaluation, documentation, an introduction to techniques for injection and overview potential complications.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Special Needs Dentistry

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Aug 1st, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This live webinar will discuss the developmental disabilities of special needs patients with respect to being dental patients, and, what to look for in the dental office regarding their care process and how to be aware of the issues that affect these “special people” with special needs.

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

Comprehensive Overview of Oral Pathology

6 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 2nd, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

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


Webinar

Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office

3 Credit Hours

Sunday Aug 4th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Management of acute dental pain is accomplished with the use of non-opioid and opioid analgesics. However, this normally occurs outside the dental office, away from the immediate supervision of the clinician, who is often faced with the difficult task of managing patient pain while also avoiding adverse outcomes for both the patient and their communities. This program will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola


Webinar

Take It On The Run Baby: Street Drugs, Substance Abuse, Clinical Considerations and Patient Care Planning

3 Credit Hours

Sunday Aug 4th, 2024
at 2:00 PM ET

It’s a fast-paced world and, unfortunately, many of our patients seek the assistance of substances to cope and get through their busy, trying days. However, the use and abuse of both illicit and licit substances has the potential to produce systemic adverse reactions and life-threatening medical emergencies during dental treatment.

Speaker: Thomas A. Viola


Webinar

Beating Up on Your Patient’s Periodontal Disease – A Minimally Invasive Approach for Doctors and Hygienists

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Aug 7th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Doctors and Hygienists can learn together about an evidenced based approach to eliminating and controlling Periodontal Disease. This presentation will discuss a scientifically sound approach for effective control of all levels of periodontal disease using the non-surgical approach with scaling and root planning, or minimally invasive surgical intervention for more advanced disease. Both indications will be explained and published literature will be explained.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Nitrous Oxide Sedation 101 (An Introduction to Passing Gas)

4 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 9th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar presentation is designed to expose the participants to the use of Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen sedation in their practices. Topics discussed will include indications and contraindications of nitrous oxide sedation, patient evaluation, delivery systems, monitoring equipment, and the technique for delivery. The course content will be beneficial to both hygienists and dentists.

Speaker: Steven Bookless


Webinar

TMD-TMJ, What is It All About?

3 Credit Hours

Saturday Aug 10th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Temporomandibular Disorders are a group of conditions, often painful, that affects the Temporomandibular Joint and the muscles of mastication. It has been estimated by the National Institutes of Health that approximately 10 million people are affected. As dental team members, many are unaware of the signs, symptoms, and treatments available for these patients. This course will provide dental team members, who may have only the basic knowledge of the TM joint, with a very detailed and informed presentation involving the structure and function of the joint, etiological factors of disease, examination and evaluation methods used, and treatment modalities offered. The role of the dental team in TMD will also be discussed. A personal discussion will also be offered.

Speaker: Ann-Marie C. DePalma


Webinar

Pharmacology Update for the Dental Team

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Aug 13th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Today, pharmaceuticals are being developed and brought to market faster than at any time in recent history. This is particularly true for drugs used to manage or treat chronic health conditions. In this presentation, a review of some of these new drugs will be reviewed along with an update on some important drug classes that have been around for a while.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Oral Medicine in an Aging Population: A Comprehensive Course

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Aug 14th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This updated live webinar for 2024 (previously title: Body of Evidence: Oral and Physical Manifestations of Disease) will provide a clear understanding of the demographics of patients that will occur during the next twenty years, along with the types of diseases/disorders that will become a focus for practitioners. This course will discuss autoimmune-type diseases, chronic age-related disorders and the cultural implications of health issues in a multi-complex society.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Orofacial Pain – It’s Not Only Teeth

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Aug 15th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Orofacial pain covers a wide spectrum of symptoms. It can be exhibited in many head and neck areas, with most complications associated with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). An essential part of routine dental examinations for all patients and the gold standard for diagnosing TMD is based on the patient’s history, clinical examination, and imaging when necessary.

Speaker: Mayoor Patel


Webinar

Case Presentation of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

6 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 16th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This course is a practical case-based presentation designed to expose the participants to diagnosis and treatment of medical emergencies in the dental office. The course content will be geared to the capabilities of a general dental / hygiene practice. Topics will include creation of an emergency plan, staff responsibilities, communication techniques, emergency medical equipment and appropriate emergency drugs and their use.

Speaker: Steven Bookless


Webinar

Potpourri of Oral Pathology

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Aug 20th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This course is designed to cover a wide range of oral pathologic lesions, including oral manifestations of systemic diseases, syndromes, and other various pathology entities.

Speaker: Ashley N. Clark


Webinar

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Aug 22nd, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Geriatric Dentistry: Treating the Older Adult Patient

6 Credit Hours

Friday Aug 23rd, 2024
at 11:00 AM ET

The material being presented is designed for the General Dental Practitioner and ancillary staff. The goal is to encompass the changes upon us in patient care, caring, assessment, treatment planning and possible treatment modalities available. Our older population will be maintaining their teeth longer and will have more discretionary income to spend on staying healthy and looking better. Discussion will cover mature patient needs, changes accompanying aging, homecare, and the effects of prescription drugs on oral health.

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

How to Read a Cone Beam CT – Dentoalveolar Edition

10 Credit Hours

Saturday Aug 24th, 2024
at 9:00 AM ET

In conjunction with BeamReaders, Inc., we are pleased to offer a highly interactive 10 hour course by Dr. Dania Tamimi.
This 2-day live webinar will take place on Saturday, 8/24 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET and conclude on Sunday, 8/25 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET.

This course will move your 3D diagnostic skills to the next level! BeamReaders, Inc's educational arm, Institute of Advanced Maxillofacial Imaging (IAMI), provides clinicians with a structured imaging knowledge base, allowing them to make informed decisions about imaging goals, diagnostic objectives, dosage, cost, and treatment risk.

Included with this live webinar - BeamReaders' 3-part CBCT Education Series On-Demand course (a $600 savings!). As a recommended prerequisite to the live presentation, this series covers 3D anatomy, foundational information on CBCT imaging & a comprehensive process for reviewing a scan.

Speaker: Dania Tamimi


Webinar

Infection Control Update

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Aug 27th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

All clinical personnel in the dental setting are at risk for exposure to disease agents and other environmental hazards. With attention to infection control guidelines by CDC, risks to yourself, your patients, and other dental team members can be minimized. In this update, the scientific background behind infection control and safety regulations will be emphasized.

Speaker: Marie Fluent


Webinar

Burnout and Oral Health Professionals: Keys to Prevention, Early Recognition and Recovery

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Aug 28th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Burnout is a widespread problem that affects healthcare workers’ ability to provide optimal patient care. Furthermore, it poses a threat to the health care worker’s emotional and physical health. In this course we will address burnout from a perspective that takes into the consideration not only the individual, but also their work, family and socio-cultural environments.

Speaker: S.D. Shanti


Webinar

Techniques for Delivery of Maxillary and Mandibular Anesthesia

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Aug 29th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

This live webinar will provide a comprehensive review of techniques in delivering local anesthesia for dental procedures of the maxilla and mandible. A review of applicable anatomy and landmarks will set the stage for a review of techniques of delivery and choices of the type of anesthesia to achieve optimum patient comfort during and post procedure. Finally a review of risks and complications along with their management associated with delivery of local anesthesia will be reviewed.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Lichen Planus, What Types am I Treating?

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Sep 10th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Some patients complain that their quality of life is significantly altered by years of progressive lichen planus that is treated for years with little change in the progression of the lesions. Making some minor changes may have a huge implication in the quality of life for these patients. Sometimes a misdiagnosis enters the picture, and patients may see multiple providers for years before any change occurs. Only, to find out that they may need treatment for another mucosal disease instead of or in addition to lichen planus.

Join this interactive, live webinar for facts, statistics, new treatment modalities, current patient protocol and discussion on this important topic.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Crown Lengthening – How it WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results

2 Credit Hours

Wednesday Sep 11th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Frustrated by dealing with subgingival margins? Difficult to obtain adequate impressions on the first try?

This two-hour live webinar can provide clinicians with the confidence to better understand and solve these problems. Besides offering basic surgical solutions, participants will have a chance to develop a thought process to help validate the decision of choosing treatment over extraction. The concepts discussed will facilitate the goal of excellence and show a predictable way to avoid an automatic default to titanium with every challenging situation.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

The Appropriate Use of CBCT for Airway Evaluation

10 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 13th, 2024
at 9:00 AM ET

In conjunction with BeamReaders, Inc., we are pleased to offer a highly interactive 10 hour course by Dr. Dania Tamimi.
This 2-day live webinar will take place on Friday, September 13 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET and conclude on Saturday, September 14 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET.

This course will demonstrate how to accurately and systematically review the anatomy and morphology of the craniofacial complex for the evaluation of risk factors for SDB and areas of obstruction that can be related to the patient’s clinical presentation.

Included with this live webinar - BeamReaders' 3-part CBCT Education Series On-Demand course (a $600 savings!). As a recommended prerequisite to the live presentation, this series covers 3D anatomy, foundational information on CBCT imaging & a comprehensive process for reviewing a scan.

Speaker: Dania Tamimi


Webinar

Implants 101: What You Should Know About Implants But Were Afraid to Ask!

3 Credit Hours

Monday Sep 16th, 2024
at 6:30 PM ET

Implants are the standard of care for edentulous areas. A patient with implants is different from a patient with a natural dentition. Does the team understand the difference? As more patients are seeking dental implants as viable restorative options, all members of the dental team should have a grasp of the role implants play in the maintenance of oral health.

Speaker: Ann-Marie C. DePalma


Webinar

Pharmacology Update for the Dental Team

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Sep 19th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Today, pharmaceuticals are being developed and brought to market faster than at any time in recent history. This is particularly true for drugs used to manage or treat chronic health conditions. In this presentation, a review of some of these new drugs will be reviewed along with an update on some important drug classes that have been around for a while.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Oral Medicine in an Aging Population: A Comprehensive Course

3 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 20th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This updated live webinar for 2024 (previously title: Body of Evidence: Oral and Physical Manifestations of Disease) will provide a clear understanding of the demographics of patients that will occur during the next twenty years, along with the types of diseases/disorders that will become a focus for practitioners. This course will discuss autoimmune-type diseases, chronic age-related disorders and the cultural implications of health issues in a multi-complex society.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Periodontal Concepts for The Modern Dental Practice: From Diagnosis to Long Term Maintenance Care

8 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 20th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar will clarify diagnosis and treatment planning to help hygienists and dentists feel comfortable with stabilizing periodontal conditions and creating a predictable foundation for successful ongoing maintenance and restorative care. This course is designed to enhance or develop skills in basic periodontal diagnosis and treatment planning, while at the same time showing the long term potential for a non-surgical minimally invasive approach.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Infection Control, OSHA & Vaccine Recommendations After COVID-19

6 Credit Hours

Saturday Sep 21st, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The morning session of this live webinar will focus on practical discussion of the most recent infection prevention regulations and recommendations as they relate to dental settings, using occupational blood-borne, airborne, and waterborne pathogens as frameworks for the presentation. Discussion sections include hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), instrument reprocessing, environmental surface disinfection, and dental water treatment

In the afternoon, the most recent recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines will be presented in addition to information pertaining to other vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, including influenza, pneumococcal pneumonia, shingles, HPV, and pertussis. A major goal of this presentation is to discuss appropriate scientific and clinical evidence for available vaccines and emerging technologies, to provide participants useful information when considering: 1. their own protection; 2. protection of the general public; and 3. vaccine requirements for individuals diagnosed with immune compromising conditions and diseases

Speaker: John A. Molinari


Webinar

Special Needs Dentistry

3 Credit Hours

Sunday Sep 22nd, 2024
at 12:00 PM ET

This live webinar will discuss the developmental disabilities of special needs patients with respect to being dental patients, and, what to look for in the dental office regarding their care process and how to be aware of the issues that affect these “special people” with special needs.

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

Cosmetic Use of Neurotoxins in the Dental Practice, an Introduction

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Sep 26th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Dr. Bradford Towne, co-author of “Neurotoxins and Facial Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery”, provides an introduction to the use of botulinum toxin for facial cosmetic enhancement in this three hour live webinar. During this presentation, participants will learn the basic pharmacology of botulinum toxin, indications for its use, benefits and risks associated with the injection of toxin. During this webinar, a review muscles of facial expression, pre treatment evaluation, documentation, an introduction to techniques for injection and overview potential complications.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Aging and Oral Systemic Disease

8 Credit Hours

Friday Sep 27th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar is an in-depth look at how we may not see things in the mouth or head and neck areas that can be and are detrimental to our patient’s overall health, both oral and systemically. We need to understand the pathways in which oral disease and systemic diseases are connected and how we can make treatment choices that are and will be favorable.

Speaker: Eric Z. Shapira


Webinar

Dentoalveolar Surgery and the Management of Complications

6 Credit Hours

Saturday Sep 28th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

Dentoalveolar surgical procedures and management of potential complications useful for the general dentist will be presented in this 6 hour webinar. Understanding and mastering a variety of dentoalveolar surgical procedures can enhance your patient’s in office experience by reducing referrals to a specialist. As each surgical procedure is presented, management of potential intraoperative complications will also be discussed.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Techniques for Delivery of Maxillary and Mandibular Anesthesia

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Oct 2nd, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This live webinar will provide a comprehensive review of techniques in delivering local anesthesia for dental procedures of the maxilla and mandible. A review of applicable anatomy and landmarks will set the stage for a review of techniques of delivery and choices of the type of anesthesia to achieve optimum patient comfort during and post procedure. Finally a review of risks and complications along with their management associated with delivery of local anesthesia will be reviewed.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Beating Up on Your Patient’s Periodontal Disease – A Minimally Invasive Approach for Doctors and Hygienists

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Oct 8th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Doctors and Hygienists can learn together about an evidenced based approach to eliminating and controlling Periodontal Disease. This presentation will discuss a scientifically sound approach for effective control of all levels of periodontal disease using the non-surgical approach with scaling and root planning, or minimally invasive surgical intervention for more advanced disease. Both indications will be explained and published literature will be explained.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Lichen Planus, What Types am I Treating?

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Oct 9th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Some patients complain that their quality of life is significantly altered by years of progressive lichen planus that is treated for years with little change in the progression of the lesions. Making some minor changes may have a huge implication in the quality of life for these patients. Sometimes a misdiagnosis enters the picture, and patients may see multiple providers for years before any change occurs. Only, to find out that they may need treatment for another mucosal disease instead of or in addition to lichen planus.

Join this interactive, live webinar for facts, statistics, new treatment modalities, current patient protocol and discussion on this important topic.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Cosmetic Use of Dermal Fillers in the Dental Practice, an Introduction

3 Credit Hours

Thursday Oct 10th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Dr. Bradford Towne, co-author of “Neurotoxins and Facial Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery”, provides an introduction to the use of dermal fillers for facial cosmetic enhancement in this three hour live webinar. During this presentation, participants will learn about the pharmacology of different dermal fillers, indications for their use, benefits and risks associated with the injection of fillers. During this webinar, a review of the aging face, pre treatment evaluation, documentation, an introduction to techniques for injection and overview potential complications.

Speaker: Bradford Towne


Webinar

Infection Control, OSHA & Vaccine Recommendations After COVID-19

6 Credit Hours

Saturday Oct 26th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The morning session of this live webinar will focus on practical discussion of the most recent infection prevention regulations and recommendations as they relate to dental settings, using occupational blood-borne, airborne, and waterborne pathogens as frameworks for the presentation. Discussion sections include hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), instrument reprocessing, environmental surface disinfection, and dental water treatment

In the afternoon, the most recent recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines will be presented in addition to information pertaining to other vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, including influenza, pneumococcal pneumonia, shingles, HPV, and pertussis. A major goal of this presentation is to discuss appropriate scientific and clinical evidence for available vaccines and emerging technologies, to provide participants useful information when considering: 1. their own protection; 2. protection of the general public; and 3. vaccine requirements for individuals diagnosed with immune compromising conditions and diseases

Speaker: John A. Molinari


Webinar

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

3 Credit Hours

Tuesday Oct 29th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim.

Speaker: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart


Webinar

Crown Lengthening – How it WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results

2 Credit Hours

Tuesday Nov 12th, 2024
at 7:00 PM ET

Frustrated by dealing with subgingival margins? Difficult to obtain adequate impressions on the first try?

This two-hour live webinar can provide clinicians with the confidence to better understand and solve these problems. Besides offering basic surgical solutions, participants will have a chance to develop a thought process to help validate the decision of choosing treatment over extraction. The concepts discussed will facilitate the goal of excellence and show a predictable way to avoid an automatic default to titanium with every challenging situation.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Infection Control, OSHA & Vaccine Recommendations After COVID-19

6 Credit Hours

Saturday Nov 16th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The morning session of this live webinar will focus on practical discussion of the most recent infection prevention regulations and recommendations as they relate to dental settings, using occupational blood-borne, airborne, and waterborne pathogens as frameworks for the presentation. Discussion sections include hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), instrument reprocessing, environmental surface disinfection, and dental water treatment

In the afternoon, the most recent recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines will be presented in addition to information pertaining to other vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, including influenza, pneumococcal pneumonia, shingles, HPV, and pertussis. A major goal of this presentation is to discuss appropriate scientific and clinical evidence for available vaccines and emerging technologies, to provide participants useful information when considering: 1. their own protection; 2. protection of the general public; and 3. vaccine requirements for individuals diagnosed with immune compromising conditions and diseases

Speaker: John A. Molinari


Webinar

Beating Up on Your Patient’s Periodontal Disease – A Minimally Invasive Approach for Doctors and Hygienists

3 Credit Hours

Wednesday Nov 20th, 2024
at 6:00 PM ET

Doctors and Hygienists can learn together about an evidenced based approach to eliminating and controlling Periodontal Disease. This presentation will discuss a scientifically sound approach for effective control of all levels of periodontal disease using the non-surgical approach with scaling and root planning, or minimally invasive surgical intervention for more advanced disease. Both indications will be explained and published literature will be explained.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

How to Read a Cone Beam CT – Dentoalveolar Edition

10 Credit Hours

Friday Dec 6th, 2024
at 9:00 AM ET

In conjunction with BeamReaders, Inc., we are pleased to offer a highly interactive 10 hour course by Dr. Dania Tamimi.
This 2-day live webinar will take place on Friday, 12/6 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET and conclude on Saturday, 12/7 from 9 am - 2:30 pm ET.

This course will move your 3D diagnostic skills to the next level! BeamReaders, Inc's educational arm, Institute of Advanced Maxillofacial Imaging (IAMI), provides clinicians with a structured imaging knowledge base, allowing them to make informed decisions about imaging goals, diagnostic objectives, dosage, cost, and treatment risk.

Included with this live webinar - BeamReaders' 3-part CBCT Education Series On-Demand course (a $600 savings!). As a recommended prerequisite to the live presentation, this series covers 3D anatomy, foundational information on CBCT imaging & a comprehensive process for reviewing a scan.

Speaker: Dania Tamimi


Webinar

Periodontal Concepts for The Modern Dental Practice: From Diagnosis to Long Term Maintenance Care

8 Credit Hours

Friday Dec 6th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

This live webinar will clarify diagnosis and treatment planning to help hygienists and dentists feel comfortable with stabilizing periodontal conditions and creating a predictable foundation for successful ongoing maintenance and restorative care. This course is designed to enhance or develop skills in basic periodontal diagnosis and treatment planning, while at the same time showing the long term potential for a non-surgical minimally invasive approach.

Speaker: James Kohner


Webinar

Infection Control, OSHA & Vaccine Recommendations After COVID-19

6 Credit Hours

Friday Dec 13th, 2024
at 10:00 AM ET

The morning session of this live webinar will focus on practical discussion of the most recent infection prevention regulations and recommendations as they relate to dental settings, using occupational blood-borne, airborne, and waterborne pathogens as frameworks for the presentation. Discussion sections include hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), instrument reprocessing, environmental surface disinfection, and dental water treatment

In the afternoon, the most recent recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines will be presented in addition to information pertaining to other vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, including influenza, pneumococcal pneumonia, shingles, HPV, and pertussis. A major goal of this presentation is to discuss appropriate scientific and clinical evidence for available vaccines and emerging technologies, to provide participants useful information when considering: 1. their own protection; 2. protection of the general public; and 3. vaccine requirements for individuals diagnosed with immune compromising conditions and diseases

Speaker: John A. Molinari