Anesthesia

Introduction to Minimal Sedation Renewal
This course provides the foundational knowledge for comprehending minimal sedation. It explores essential definitions related to sedation concepts, enabling participants to grasp the distinctive...
Dr. Jason H. Goodchild
CE Credits: 1.5
Pharmacology of Oral Sedatives
This course solidifies the foundation for becoming a more effective prescriber and clinician in assisting dental patients with relaxation. This course covers various oral medications for in-office...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2
Oral Sedation Protocols Part 1
This course, part one of a two-part series, centers around the development of a tailored minimal sedation protocol for eligible candidates. Focusing on patient safety and effectiveness, the course...
Dr. Jason H. Goodchild
CE Credits: 2
Oral Sedation Protocols Part 2
This course is the second part of a two-part series that emphasizes the development of an appropriate minimal sedation protocol for each eligible candidate. With a focus on establishing a safe and...
Dr. Jason H. Goodchild
CE Credits: 1.5
Nitrous Oxide and Dental Personnel Concerns: Contamination & Scavenging
This course is specifically designed to mitigate any concerns dental staff may have when working in offices where nitrous oxide – oxygen inhalational sedation is provided. Perfect for every...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.5
Rapid Hypnotic Techniques for Drug-Free Management of Pain and Anxiety
This course helps dental practitioners reduce patient anxiety and pain through advanced rapid rapport skills, awareness of verbal and nonverbal cues, correct use of suggestions, and the reframing of...
Elvira V. Lang, MD, PhD
CE Credits: 1.25
“This CE Course is a Gas!” Ensuring the Safe and Effective Delivery of Nitrous Oxide: Fail Safes
Nitrous oxide – oxygen inhalation sedation continues to be the safest modality dentists have in providing in office sedation. While the drug itself is extremely safe, manufacturers continue to...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.5
Appropriate Analgesic Prescribing for the General Dentist
Wouldn’t it be great to be known as the dentist who offers excellent pain-free, post-operative care without the use of narcotics? Wouldn’t you like to be more confident in all of your prescription...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2
Minimal Oral Sedation Protocols (Part 2)
This course is Part 2 of a two-part course focusing on designing the right minimal sedation protocol for each acceptable candidate. Through the lens of creating a safe and effective sedation...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 1.75
"Belt and Suspenders - Keeping Patients Safe" Reversal Agents (Flumazenil and Naloxone)
While oral medications for in-office adult minimal sedation are inherently safe when providers prescribe the right drug at the right dose and the right procedure, one may be less sure if it is for...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.75
Minimal Oral Sedation Protocols (Part One)
This course is Part 1 of a two-part course focusing on designing the right minimal sedation protocol for each acceptable candidate. Through the lens of creating a safe and effective sedation...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 2.25
What Needs to Be in Your Medical Emergency Kit and Why
Although uncommon, medical emergencies in the dental setting can range from non-life-threatening conditions to fatal situations and oral healthcare professionals (OHCPs) must be capable of...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2.25
Physiologic Monitoring for Minimal Sedation
This course discusses the essentials of monitoring dental patients while undergoing minimal sedation. This is accomplished by both direct assessment (visual and verbal) and monitoring the patient’s...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 1.75
Introduction to Minimal Sedation
This course presents the foundations for understanding minimal sedation. Important definitions for sedation concepts are discussed so the participant can understand what makes minimal sedation...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 1.75
Pharmacology 101: Interesting and Useful Pharmacology!
The goal of making dental pharmacology interesting and useful at chairside beginning on Monday morning will be emphasized in this course. The clinical significance of bioavailability, half-life of...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2
Patient Assessment for Minimal Sedation
This course is intended to help dental providers select appropriate patient candidates for minimal sedation. It will review medical history taking techniques with an emphasis on evaluating patients...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 1.75
“We Can Do Better Than The White-Knuckle Technique!” - Pharmacology of Oral Sedatives
This course cements the building blocks to become a better prescriber and a better clinician in helping dental patients relax. The goal of understanding the different oral medications for inoffice...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2.25
Master Class Series Exparel - Use It Now
Exparel is an extended release encapsulated Bupivacaine, which can numb an area of the body to relieve pain after surgery or medical procedures, and dental procedures. In this course you will learn...
Dr. Bryan McLelland
CE Credits: 1.5
Mythbusters! Local Anesthesia Edition
Despite the frequency that oral healthcare providers use local anesthetics, misconceptions remain. The goal of this presentation is to discuss several common ‘myths’ surrounding local anesthesia...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 2
Hello Dental Pulp! Accessory Innervation Anesthetic Protocol
This course describes how the accessory innervation anesthetic protocol can be used for profound pulpal anesthesia of the adult posterior mandible. It will revise how the accessory innervation theory...
Dr. Daniel Uzbelger
CE Credits: 1.5
10 Considerations of IV Sedation
This course identifies the advantages of offering IV sedation to the general public as a routine procedure in the general dental practice and highlights its benefits to the administering...
Dr. Kenneth J. Polke
CE Credits: 1.5
Accessory Innervation Anesthetic Protocol: From Research Theory to Clinical Reality
This course describes how the accessory innervation anesthetic protocol can be used for profound pulpal anesthesia of the adult posterior mandible. It will discuss how the accessory innervation...
Dr. Daniel Uzbelger Feldman
CE Credits: 1.5
To Buffer or Not to Buffer
This course details the concept of anesthetic buffering. The benefits are multifold and are supported by not only by the science in the literature, but backed by clinical evidence.
Charles D. Schlesinger DDS, FICOI
CE Credits: 1.5
Next Level Endodontics: Anesthesia and Pain Control
This course describes strategies to obtain profound anesthesia in order to perform comfortable endodontic treatment. Additionally, current evidence will be presented regarding the use of analgesics...
Dr. James G. Hupp
CE Credits: 1.5
An Observation on the Superiority of Articaine versus Lidocaine in Dental Anesthesia
This course is designed to educate the dental-health professional regarding the potential superiority of articaine 4 percent in relation to lidocaine 2 percent in dental anesthesia. It is also...
Fabio Velotti, M.Sc. Eng Bernardo Verrengia, C. Chem MRSC Deborah S. Laird, BS Pharm, RPh
CE Credits: 1.5
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