Longer Webinars

Concord Seminars is proud to be hosting LIVE Longer Webinars. A new option that allows you to get live CE from the comfort of your home, office... or wherever you find some WiFi.
  • YES!  This is a live and interactive Longer Webinars, which is classified by the AGD as a live lecture credit.
  • YES!  You will be able to interact with the presenter. The live Longer Webinars all have Q&A functionality and plenty of opportunities to make it interactive.
  • Live Longer Webinars are hosted throughout the week and at different times for your convenience.
  • Most live Longer Webinars are 6-8 hours in length and will count for 6-8 hours of CE.
  • A link to your credit verification form will be available on your Account page, under the 'Previously Attended Seminars/Webinars' tab, within 2-3 business days.
  • We’re always adding new topics, speakers, and times. Keep an eye out! We’ll always post new live Longer Webinars here first.




Showing All Live Longer Webinars

Radiology & Oral Pathology: A Review That Sticks

Friday, 5/14/2021  8:30 am - 5:00 pm  CDT

Add Reminder 5/14/20218:30 am 5/14/20215:00 pm CDT Radiology & Oral Pathology: A Review That Sticks In this live webinar, Dr. Svirsky will walk attendees through a full review of radiology for Dentists and Dental Hygienists. Dr. Svirsky will walk the audience through a number of common cases as a way of reacquainting the audience with key radiographic entities common to the dental practice. There will be an emphasis on common radiolucent and radiopaque lesions. In the second session, Dr. Svirsky will review the 26 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. As Dr. Svirsky reviews interesting cases he's encountered, we will discuss the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of the various lesions.


Presented by: John A. Svirsky

8 CEUs

In this live webinar, Dr. Svirsky will walk attendees through a full review of radiology for Dentists and Dental Hygienists. Dr. Svirsky will walk the audience through a number of common cases as a way of reacquainting the audience with key radiographic entities common to the dental practice. There will be an emphasis on common radiolucent and radiopaque lesions. In the second session, Dr. Svirsky will review the 26 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. As Dr. Svirsky reviews interesting cases he's encountered, we will discuss the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of the various lesions.




Radiology & Oral Pathology: A Review That Sticks

Friday, 5/21/2021  8:30 am - 5:00 pm  PDT

Add Reminder 5/21/20218:30 am 5/21/20215:00 pm PDT Radiology & Oral Pathology: A Review That Sticks In this live webinar, Dr. Svirsky will walk attendees through a full review of radiology for Dentists and Dental Hygienists. Dr. Svirsky will walk the audience through a number of common cases as a way of reacquainting the audience with key radiographic entities common to the dental practice. There will be an emphasis on common radiolucent and radiopaque lesions. In the second session, Dr. Svirsky will review the 26 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. As Dr. Svirsky reviews interesting cases he's encountered, we will discuss the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of the various lesions.


Presented by: John A. Svirsky

8 CEUs

In this live webinar, Dr. Svirsky will walk attendees through a full review of radiology for Dentists and Dental Hygienists. Dr. Svirsky will walk the audience through a number of common cases as a way of reacquainting the audience with key radiographic entities common to the dental practice. There will be an emphasis on common radiolucent and radiopaque lesions. In the second session, Dr. Svirsky will review the 26 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. As Dr. Svirsky reviews interesting cases he's encountered, we will discuss the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of the various lesions.




Nitrous Oxide Sedation 101 (An Introduction to Passing Gas)

Saturday, 5/22/2021  9:00 am - 3:30 pm  EDT

Add Reminder 5/22/20219:00 am 5/22/20213:30 pm EDT Nitrous Oxide Sedation 101 (An Introduction to Passing Gas) 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 a historical perspective, 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.


Presented by: Steven Bookless

6 CEUs

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 a historical perspective, 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.




What All Dental Professionals Need to Know About: Local Anesthetic Agents, Marijuana (Cannabis) & Opioids and Pain Control

Sunday, 5/23/2021  8:30 am - 5:00 pm  CDT

Add Reminder 5/23/20218:30 am 5/23/20215:00 pm CDT What All Dental Professionals Need to Know About: Local Anesthetic Agents, Marijuana (Cannabis) & Opioids and Pain Control This course will start by providing a discussion on the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents with a special emphasis on those commonly administered in the dental practice. The conversation will then transition to marijuana (cannabis), where we will introduce dental professionals to the most up to date information relevant to their practice. Finally, we will discuss appropriate prescribing practices for opioids in the dental practice.


Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

8 CEUs

This course will start by providing a discussion on the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents with a special emphasis on those commonly administered in the dental practice. The conversation will then transition to marijuana (cannabis), where we will introduce dental professionals to the most up to date information relevant to their practice. Finally, we will discuss appropriate prescribing practices for opioids in the dental practice.