Oral Pathology, Pharmacology, and Cariology

M.A.T.E. Module 1: Introduction to the MATE Act and the Role of Dexamethasone in Non-Opioid Pain Management
This first module of 4 of the MATE Act series is designed to provide an overview of the MATE Act and discuss specifically what dentists need to do to comply with this requirement. In addition, a...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 1.75
M.A.T.E. Module 2: The perfect initial post-operative analgesic recipe
This course provides the building blocks to become a better prescriber and a better clinician when it comes to appropriate postoperative pain management. A short review of the DEA Medication Access...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.75
M.A.T.E. Module 3: Myths and Truths About Local Anesthesia
In this Module 3 of the 4 part series of the MATE act, we will discuss how to effectively manage intraoperative dental pain with local anesthesia. Achieving profound and effective local anesthesia...
Jason H. Goodchild, DMD
CE Credits: 2.25
M.A.T.E. Module 4: Going beyond the initial perfect post-operative analgesic recipe
This course provides the building blocks to become a better prescriber and a better clinician when it comes to appropriate postoperative pain management. A short review of the DEA Medication Access...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 2.5
Drug Interactions in Dentistry
Did you know that more than 20% of hospital admissions are related to adverse drug reactions? Just because dentists prescribe less than 10% of all available drugs, your patients may be taking others...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.75
50 Shades of Gray - Defining Radiolucency in Practice.
This course highlights different types of common radiolucencies and includes an in-depth analysis of oral cancer. Learn how and when to biopsy a lesion.
Dr. Parul Dua Makkar
CE Credits: 1.25
The Vital Link Between Dietary Patterns and Oral Health
Emerging science has identified several key nutritional components which are essential for oral health promotion and oral disease prevention. Healthful dietary patterns are necessary in order to...
Drs. Ellen & Sara Karlin
CE Credits: 1.5
Cancerous Oral Diseases That Every Dental Professional Should Know
This course provides the dental professional with a detailed understanding of common oral cancerous diseases that may be seen clinically in a dental office. Oral and oral pharyngeal squamous cell...
Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH, MS
CE Credits: 1.5
Simple Soft Tissue Biopsy Techniques for the General Practitioner or Specialist
Performing soft tissue biopsies is one of the simplest surgical procedures to perform, yet general practitioners only perform 17% of all soft tissue biopsies. This course will give the attendee a...
Dr. Bob Convissar
CE Credits: 1.75
Kissing Oral Cancer Goodbye
Why is oral cancer increasing? What can we do about it? This dynamic session will teach you about oral cancer through a dentist's journey as a patient and give you strategies so you can be part of...
Dr. Parul Dua Makkar & Dr. Sanjukta Mohanta
CE Credits: 1.5
Herbal Interactions with Medications Commonly Used in Dentistry
Keeping your patients safe and avoiding herbal-drug interactions is becoming a great challenge every day as more and more of our patients seek complementary, alternative and natural therapies versus...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.25
Expand Your Practice And Save A Life With Oral Cancer Examination Techniques
One person every hour of every day dies of oral/oropharyngeal cancer in the United States. The five- year survival rate for these cancers are worse than breast cancer, colon cancer, or leukemias....
Dr. Bob Convissar
CE Credits: 1.5
The Role of Evidence to Inform Decisions in Practice. Why Bother with Evidence-Based Dentistry?
This course describes what is evidence and why it is important when making clinical decisions, the principles of evidence-based dental practice and their rationale, how to interpret the results from...
Dr. Romina Brignardello-Petersen
CE Credits: 1.75
Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw: Beyond BONJ
This CE course is a case-based update on the recognition, diagnosis and an evidence-based, systematic approach to the treatment of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) including its...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.5
Xerostomia: This Course is Anything but Dry!
A case-based update on the recognition, diagnosis and an evidence-based, systematic approach to the treatment of xerostomia. With an aging population retaining their dentition and on multiple...
Dr. Mark Donaldson
CE Credits: 1.5
Common Benzodiazepines
A thorough review of dental anesthetics and their reversals.
Tammy Smit, CRNA
CE Credits: 1.5
Cysts that Every Dental Professional Should Know
Cysts may be commonly seen clinically and radiographically in the oral region and, as such, are imperative for all dental professionals to recognize and understand. The etiology, clinical...
Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH, MS
CE Credits: 1.5
Killer Smile? The Oral-Systemic Connection!
Oral health is integral to overall health. This program focuses on the interactions between oral and systemic health for various diseases and populations. The course also outlines the implementation...
Dr. Mia Geisinger
CE Credits: 1.5
Comprehensive Dental Examination Basics
This evidence-based presentation will have all dentists performing the comprehensive dental examination clinically and didactically better than ever before. All who take this course will immediately...
Dr. Mike Racich
CE Credits: 1.5
The Pharmacological Management of Dental Caries
Despite observing the ability of carious dentin to remineralize as arrested caries, dentists continue to treat caries by amputation rather than pharmacologically supporting the remineralization...
Dr. Geoff Knight
CE Credits: 1.5
Oral Diseases Associated with Children and Adolescents
This course is the third in a series of oral pathology presentations emphasizing common diseases prevalent among patients throughout the life span. This course discusses conditions and diseases...
Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH, MS
CE Credits: 1.25
Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know
“Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know” is a four-part continuing education series that covers the most common emergency medications found in most proprietary dental emergency medication...
Dr. Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA
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: 1.5
Caring for Patients with Eating Disorders..... Filmed Live at Townie Meeting
Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses, and dental professionals are in an ideal position to help improve outcomes for such patients. This course provides an...
Ms. Linda Douglas, RDH
CE Credits: 1.5
Oral Diseases Associated with Men
This course is the second in a series of oral pathology presentations emphasizing common diseases prevalent among patients throughout the life span. Three oral conditions—dentigerous cysts,...
Deborah Levin-Goldstein
CE Credits: 1.5
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