Access every course in the DrBicuspid CE library for one year.
Take care of all of your CE requirements for 2019 and enjoy all of these great benefits:
- 24-hour access to any course
- New CE formats, including case files, articles, and courses
- New and improved certificate management tools
- Friendly, responsive support for your questions
- New courses added each month
Patient Safety Through Team Risk Management (Updated 2019)
This course presents strategies to enhance quality care and patient safety in the dental practice. Potential malpractice issues and associated clinical risk management principles will be explored through a comprehensive analysis of dental claims.
Dental Practitioners’ Role in Pain Management and the Use of Controlled Substances (Updated 2019)
This lecture will review the opioid prescribing and pain management practices in dentistry. The changing landscape in analgesic therapeutics will be reviewed. New regulations, as well as state guidelines, will be discussed.
Diagnosis, Planning, and Treatment Using New 3D Technology (Updated 2019)
This session offers an introductory look at the treatment workflow using digital impressions, cone-beam CT, implants, and restoration planning software.
Understanding the Autistic Dental Patient (Updated 2019)
Autism spectrum disorder or ASD is the most common developmental disorder today. With 1 in 68 kids being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, dentists will be treating these patients more frequently.
Infection Control in Dental Practices (Updated 2019)
This seminar will provide an update of the most recent CDC infection prevention recommendations and specific state regulations for infection control in dentistry.
Pain Management and the Role of Opioids (Updated 2019)
One of the causes of the current opioid epidemic in the U.S. may be excessive prescription of narcotics for pain relief by dentists and other healthcare practitioners. This lecture will trace changes in prescribing patterns that may have unintentionally contributed to this epidemic.
Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office (Updated 2019)
Today there are more medically compromised patients being treated in our offices than ever before. This lecture will describe the essential drugs needed to create a medical emergency kit for your office.
The Collaboration of Dental and Medical Providers for Linkage, Adherence and Retention in Care (Updated 2019)
The focus of this course, referring to the AIDS Cascade, is to explain where the oral healthcare team can assist in diagnosis, linkage between medical and oral health, adherence to medical and dental treatment, and retention in care.
Oral Care for the Stroke Survivor (Updated 2019)
This course will present many of the oral complications that result from a stroke and review the modifications in dental treatment protocols and oral hygiene adaptations that are indicated for these patients.
Are You Ready to Respond to an Emergency in Your Office? (Updated 2019)
This course is a combination of lecture and class participation on scenario-based medical emergencies that can happen in the dental office.
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