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Jul 01, 2020 - Jun 30, 2021 | USD $30,000.00 | Davie, Florida
Preceptorship Program In Periodontology is organized by Nova Southeastern University (NSU) and will be held from Jul 01, 2020 - Jun 30, 2021 at NSU Main Campus, Davie, Florida, United States of America. Course Description: The Preceptorship Program in Periodontology is intended for graduates of dental schools outside of the United States and Canada. The program offers a didactic training as well as clinical exposure and observation. The Preceptorship in Periodontology is a full time program. Prospective students will participate in lectures, seminars and hands on activities along with the postgraduate residents. Clinical activities are limited to observation and assistance in the planning and execution of non-surgical and surgical procedures. Preceptors will have the opportunity to participate in research activities. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Aug 08, 2020 - May 02, 2021 | CE Credits : 410 | San Francisco, California
Registered Dental Assistant in Extended Functions (RDAEF) is organized by the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry. The conference is held from Aug 08, 2020 - May 02, 2021, at the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, San Francisco, California, United States of America. CE Credit: CEU: 410 for RDAs, 342 for existing RDAEFs This activity is assigned to 410/342 units of continuing education credit. Course Description: The Dugoni School of Dentistry started its Registered Dental Assistant in Extended Functions (RDAEF) session in June 2011. The next program of the nine-month program will commence on August 8, 2020, directed by Drs. Molly P. Newlon, '82, Brian Kenyon and Leslie McGarvey. This program will satisfy the California Dental Board's requirements for new and existing RDAEFs who wish to develop their licensure in preparation for gaining certification in the new extended functions. RDAEF Curriculum Program for RDAs: This 410-hour conference trains and provides currently licensed RDAs for the California State Board exam for elongated functions. RDAs successfully completing this program will be able to deliver all the latest procedures in extended functions which include: • Making the patient oral health evaluations, charting and evaluating of soft tissue, classifying occlusion and myofunctional evaluation • Achieving oral health assessments in the community and school-based contexts under the direction of a dentist, RDH or RDHAP • Sizing and suitable endodontic master points and accessory points • Making final hypotheses for tooth-borne removable prostheses • Polishing and contouring existing amalgam restorations • Placing, contouring, finishing and adjusting all direct restorations • Balancing and cementing permanent indirect restorations Additionally, attendees will be trained to perform: • Cord retraction of gingiva for impressions procedures for indirect restorations • Fitting and cementing endodontic master points and accessory points • All other procedures authorized and adopted by the dental board • Please see section 1753.5 of the California Business and Professionals Code Program for Existing RDAEFs: This 342-hour session updates existing RDAEFs, licensed prior to January 1, 2010, in the new, admissible schemes for RDAEFs outlined above. Participants who successfully complete the program will be qualified to take the new RDAEF exam and, upon successful completion, will be qualified to perform all the expanded duties of currently licensed California RDAEFs. Module Dates - Dates may be subject to change. • Dates marked with one asterisk (*) are half-days. • Dates marked with two asterisks (**) are only for RDAs. Current RDAEFs do not attend these session dates. • Dates marked with three asterisks (***) apply to both of the above. Module 1: August 8, 2020, to October 18, 2020 — 6 weekends Dates: August: 8, 9, 22, 23*, 29 and 30 September: 19 and 20 October: 3, 4, 17, and 18 Learning Objectives: • Beginning of bases and liners for amalgams, composites and glass ionomers • Dental anatomy • Occlusion principles, TMJ and head and neck anatomy • Oral health assessment, gingival structures • Oral isolation • Placement, polishing and anatomy for amalgams, composites and glass ionomers • Primary and secondary dentition Module 2: October 24, 2020, to December 13, 2020 — 5 weekends Dates: October: 24 and 25 November: 7, 8, 21, and 22 December: 5, 6, 12, and 13 Learning Objectives: • Restoration of bases and liners • Renewal of placement, carving, and polishing of amalgams, composites and glass ionomers • Dental materials and techniques for making impressions for removable partial dentures Module 3: January 9, 2021 - May 2, 2021 — 10 weekends; 8 weekends for current RDAEFs Dates: January: 9, 10, 23, and 24 February: 6, 7, 20**, and 21* March: 6**, 7, 20**, 21, 27**, and 28*** April: 17, 18, 24, and 25 May: 1 and 2 Learning Objectives: • Dental ergonomics • Dental materials for interocclusal registration, vasoconstrictors, fixed partial dentures, dental cement • Endodontics • Fitting, adjusting and cementing of ceramic, all meta and ceramic-metal fixed partial dentures (crowns) • Hemorrhage control, cord packing, vasoconstrictor use and final impressions • Complicated restoration techniques • Oral health assessment exercise with the dental school • Pulp vitality testing, cone fitting, and cementation • Restorations in your supervising dentist's office • Evaluation of all three modules prior to the state dental board exam
Sep 12, 2020 - Dec 05, 2021 | CME : 120 | USD $5,000.00 | Danbury, Connecticut
Post Graduate Course in Homeopathy for Cranial Osteopaths is organized by Holistic Family Medicine, LLC. The symposium is held from Sep 12, 2020 - Dec 05, 2021, at Hilton Garden Inn Danbury, Danbury, Connecticut, United States of America. Dates: 10 sessions (Saturday and Sunday), 6-8 weeks apart. Saturdays 9 AM to 6 PM and Sundays 9 AM to 1 PM 2020 • September 12, 13 • November 7, 8 2021 • January 23, 24 • March 13, 14 • May 1, 2 • June 12, 13 • July 31- August 1 • September 11, 12 • October 23, 24 • December 4, 5 Accreditation: 15-month program in classical homeopathy solely for cranial osteopaths (DO & MD). AOA assigned for 120 CME credits, category 1-B. Prerequisite: Authorized DOs and MDs with former training in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field and with perceptual skills needed to work with Primary Respiration. MDs and Canadian DOs are asked to present a copy of a substantial license. It is the sole liability of the student to establish that their professional credentials permit the practice of homeopathy and that the prescribing of homeopathic medications falls within the scope of their license. Video and audio recordings are not allowed. Course Topics: • Homeopathic Philosophy (Concepts and Methods) • Comparative Homeopathic/Osteopathic Philosophy • Homeopathic methods of history taking, symptom analysis and prescribing • Homeopathic drugs: their preparation, manufacture, pharmacology, and regulation • Homeopathic drug types • Materia Medica of commonly used homeopathic drugs • Case taking, case management for acute and chronic illness • Homeopathy in pediatrics and pregnancy • Pre and post-operative prescribing • Survey of the classical homeopathic literature • Integration of homeopathy and OMT • Integration of homeopathy and conventional therapeutics • Remedy selection using Primary Respiration (including the history of remedy testing) • Special topics • Limitations of the homeopathic method Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Sep 25, 2020 - Jan 17, 2021 | Credit Hour : 32 | USD $495.00 | Tigard, Oregon
Fixed Prosthodontics: Manage Worn Dentition and Soft Tissue Challenges is organized by Oregon Academy of General Dentistry (OAGD) and will be held from Sep 25, 2020 - Jan 17, 2021 at OAGDF Center, Tigard, Oregon, United States of America. Dates: • Friday, Sept 25, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Lecture) • Saturday, Sept 26, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Hands-On) • Sunday, Jan 17, 2021: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm (Case Presentations) Accreditation: • 8 Lecture Credit Hours - or- • 32 Hands-On (with case presentation) Credit Hours Course Overview: Day one: This lecture will provide you with the latest on prosthetic management of severely compromised dentition, the restoration of non-vital teeth, optimizing success with all-ceramic restorations, tissue management and gingival esthetics of the natural dentition Plenty of time for interaction with this great instructor, so come with questions and willingness to expand your restorative armamentarium. Day two: Learn how to utilize provisional restorations to phase comprehensive care. Understand how specific techniques can encourage incisal migration of soft tissue around teeth and implants restored with crowns. A focus will also be on prosthodontic occlusions and exploring crown types that will produce the best longevity and esthetic results: Zirconia, Lithium Disilicate or Metal-ceramic? Course Objectives: • Learn how to assess, prevent, and address complex worn dentition • Refine your ability to create esthetically appealing esthetics on your fixed cases • Develop practical skills that you can confidently apply on your patients Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 16, 2020 - Apr 30, 2021 | Credit Hour : 28 | USD $2,800.00 | Tigard, Oregon
Advanced Implant Study Club 2020-2021 is organized by Oregon Academy of General Dentistry (OAGD) and will be held on Oct 16, 2020 - Apr 30, 2021 at OAGDF Center, Tigard, Oregon, United States of America. Dates: • Friday, Oct 16, 2020: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm • Friday, Nov 20, 2020: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm • Friday, Jan 22, 2021: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm • Friday, Apr 30, 2021: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Accreditation: 28 Participation Credit Hours Course Overview: This study club will meet 4 times throughout the academic year. Two sessions will be lecture and case planning for the other two sessions which will be hands-on surgery sessions. You will be invited to bring your own patients and you will be able to practice techniques that you and the study club members decide to study. This is a uniquely live practice study club in which you will learn alongside your peers and mentor! This club is very flexible allowing participants to add subject matter about which you would like to learn and on which to engage with other colleagues. The theme for the 2020-21 sessions will be, “restorative success – the little things matter” and will focus on soft tissue modifications for successful restorative treatment for both natural teeth and implants. Site preparation for medium to large implant site defects will also be highlighted. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about both sinus bumps and full augmentation. Bone Grafting Techniques • Maxillary Sinus Augmentation Lateral Window Approach • Maxillary Congenital/traumatic/Orthodontic - Anterior Defect • Immediate Implant Placement with Bone grafting and GTR techniques • Discuss factors that influence predictable success and how to handle surgical failures Mucogingival Considerations: - Alternatives to Autogenous Grafts • Connective tissue grafting using Fibro-Gide (Geistlich Pharmaceuticals) material • Connective tissue/Pedicle grafting using Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) • Double Sliding Pedicle Grafts • Esthetic Free Gingival Grafting technique modifications to decrease failure, enhance patient healing/comfort and achieve normal esthetic contours • Discuss factors that influence predictable success and how to handle surgical failures Peri-implantitis- Diagnosis, Non-Surgical Therapy, Surgical Therapy Review AAP guidelines for new/current classification system for peri-implantitis including patient assessment, long term maintenance considerations of peri-implant mucositis, establishing strict protocols for surgical/regenerative Therapy, platelet rich fibrin/bone grafting and GTR membrane adaptation peri-implantitis and finally, hygiene Implant maintenance protocol Digitalizing the Implant Process - Techniques - iTero Element I Scanner • Bellatek Digital Encode System • Scanning protocols for night guard fabrication and implants abutments
Comprehensive Surgical and Restorative Training in Dental Implants: A Four-weekend, Hands-on Certificate Program
Oct 17, 2020 - Feb 21, 2021 | Credit Hour : 64 | USD $5,495.00 | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Comprehensive Surgical and Restorative Training in Dental Implants: A Four-weekend, Hands-on Certificate Program is held at Lynda J. Young Conference Room, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America. The session is held from Oct 17, 2020 - Feb 21, 2021 Accreditation: This CME Conference has been assigned for a maximum of 64 Fundamental Credit Hours Target Audience: The session is primarily intended for Dentists Description: This absolute, four-weekend certificate program is intended to render the required knowledge and clinical skills to consolidate dental implantation in your practice. Determine how to surgically place and reclaim posterior, anterior, and multiple implants, as well as how to restore the edentulous arch with dental implants. This practical training session will present protocols that are advantageous for newcomers as well as those who are ready to increase the predictability of their results and update their knowledge base. Learn How To: • Estimate the biologic basis of osseointegration • Measure the anatomy of implant sites and surrounding structures • Interpret treatment plans and case selection • Employ diagnostic imaging correctly • Combine computer-aided implant planning into your practice • Examine computer-generated and conventional surgical guides • Search for the extraction techniques to minimize surgical trauma • Measure socket preservation and augmentation bone grafting • Plan implant placement in the healed edentulous ridge • Plan single-tooth and multiple-tooth replacement • Review bone grafting techniques • Revision of sinus augmentation rationale and techniques • Review horizontal and a vertical ridge augmentation • Gauge guided bone regeneration and soft tissue augmentation • Employ CT and cone-beam scans for case planning • Illustrate flap management and structuring techniques • Analyze socket presentation and development, bone grafting • Lead implant placement in a healed edentulous ridge • Assess medical stability for implant procedures • Manage complications intra and post-operatively • Elite implants based on brand, size, and variances • Perform clinical procedures and techniques in restorations • Develop a comprehensive treatment plan • Manage patients requiring dental implants • Understand the fundamental communication concepts and case presentation with patients • Understand diagnostic considerations and clinical parameters • Manipulate implant components, materials, tools and equipment • Perform a diagnostic wax up • Recognize treatment options for the restoration of missing teeth and edentulous spaces • Understand abutment selection and the design of custom abutments • Differentiate impression techniques: close tray versus open tray • Manufacture provisional crowns and bridges • Make steps and techniques in provisional prosthesis for edentulous arch • Understand biomechanical principles and occlusion in implant dentistry • Alter between screw-retained, cement-retained and screw-mentable implant restorations • Fabricate surgical guides and bone reduction surgical guides • Combine clinical digital dentistry for restoring implant restorations • Appreciate digital workflow of laboratory aspects • Complete restoration delivery, cementation and torque techniques • Maintain prosthetic complications • Define maintenance, long-term care and follow-up protocols Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 24, 2020 - May 08, 2021 | Credit Hour : 58 | USD $5,900.00 | Tigard, Oregon
Implants for the General Dentist (Study Club) is organized by Oregon Academy of General Dentistry (OAGD) and will be held on Oct 24, 2020 - May 08, 2021 at OAGDF Center, Tigard, Oregon, United States of America. Dates: • Saturday, Oct 24, 2020: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Level I Only) • Saturday, Nov 21, 2020: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Saturday, Dec 12, 2020: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Saturday, Jan 23, 2021: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Saturday, Feb 27, 2021: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Saturday, Apr 10, 2021: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Saturday, May 08, 2021: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Accreditation: 58 Participation Credit Hours Course Overview: This study club will cover both the didactic and clinical aspects of surgical implant placement and restoration. This is an ongoing study club designed for participants to develop their skills over time and progress at a rate that is tailored to their needs. Some participants will choose to focus more on treatment planning and restorative procedures with a slower entry into surgical procedures. Some will conduct surgical procedures after the first few sessions. This interactive course will include detailed lectures, hands on surgical activities, implant protocol review, case presentations and live patient treatments. Subjects to be covered include: treatment planning, surgical guides, risk/complications, radiographic analysis (CBCT, Pano, PA), surgical anatomy, implant surfaces/designs, custom abutments, provisionals, digital impressions and digital laboratory workflow. Specific surgical topics that will be covered are flap design, suturing, extractions, implant placement, guided surgery, bone grafting, soft tissue grafting, peri-implantitis and implant maintenance. This course also includes assistant surgical training, hygienist perio maintenance training, CBCT software training and review of consents and post-operative instructions. Course Objectives: • Learn implant treatment planning and appropriate case selection with an emphasis on the risks and potential complications of implant dentistry • Improve participants’ clinical skills in the surgical placement and restoration of implants • Dental assistants will improve their understanding of implant components, surgical assisting skills and temporization
Nov 13, 2020 - Jan 17, 2021 | Credit Hour : 32 | USD $495.00 | Tigard, Oregon
Removable Prosthetics: Incorporating the Fundamentals and Emerging Technology is organized by Oregon Academy of General Dentistry (OAGD) and will be held from Nov 13, 2020 - Jan 17, 2021 at OAGDF Center, Tigard, Oregon, United States of America. Dates: • Friday, Nov 13, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Lecture) • Saturday, Nov 14, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Hands-On) • Sunday, Jan 17, 2021: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm (Case Presentations) Accreditation: • 8 Lecture Credit Hours - or- • 32 Hands-On (with case presentation) Credit Hours Course Overview: This course will help you create removable prosthetics that meet your patient’s esthetic concerns while also meeting their functional needs. The incidence of complete and partial edentulism is going to increase as the global population expands and people live longer. To meet this need, the demand for removable prostheses will also increase. This course will review fundamental concepts of removable prosthodontics which have remained constant over the years, while also bringing you up to date on manufacturing techniques and materials which have continued to evolve. Topics covered include diagnosis, clinical processes, troubleshooting complexities, technological opportunities and material selection. Clinicians will acquire the knowledge and skill to apply these concepts in their daily practice. Both days offer hands-on activities. Day one will cover basic concepts as well as principles and practice of record taking and considerations for implants with complete dentures. Day two will offer participants the opportunity to help design a partial, create die casts and prepare models. Course Objectives: • Diagnose the patient to help create the appropriate treatment plan for a removable prosthesis • Recall fundamental principles to fabricate complete and partial dentures • Recognize the application of digital technology in removable prosthodontics
Dec 10, 2020 - May 30, 2021 | Tempe, Arizona
Medical Acupuncture for Physicians Course: Clinical Two is organized by Helms Medical Institute (HMI) and will be held from Dec 10, 2020 - May 30, 2021 at Tempe, Arizona, United States of America. Course Description: • Basic science foundations of acupuncture • Clinical science levels of evidence • Fundamental tenets of traditional acupuncture theory • Hybrid contemporary model of acupuncture • Channel and point function, location, and palpation • Integrated approaches to diagnosis and therapy • Needling technique • Patient management • Practice set up, building, and billing Learning Objectives: This course is designed to meet the needs of physicians seeking responsible and comprehensive training in the emerging discipline of medical acupuncture. In doing so, this CME activity addresses the demands of patients and physicians seeking a safe and time-tested complement or alternative to conventional medical therapies, whether for pain or general medical problems accessible to acupuncture. If you participate conscientiously in all aspects of the training, Medical Acupuncture for Physicians will enable you to: • Apply this skill when addressing neuromusculoskeletal and headache pain problems in your clinical setting, and thereby reduce reliance on pharmaceuticals; • Use the acupuncture diagnostic model to interpret premorbid and stress-related problems that typically escape explanation and to address the “worried well” in your practice; • Use acupuncture as an early intervention tool in managing chronic pain patients, as a primary treatment or in collaboration with medications and other interventions; • Relate on a more intimate, interactive, and practical level with your patients, and thus allow you to enjoy anew your practice of medicine. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Dec 26, 2020 - Jan 02, 2021 | CME : 16 | CE Credits : 16 | Contact Hours : 16 | Credits : 16 | USD $895.00 | San Juan, Puerto Rico
Topics in Sports Medicine, Mental Health, and Cannabinoid Medicine is organized by Continuing Education, Inc. and will from Dec 26, 2020 - Jan 02, 2021 at Celebrity Summit, San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States of America. Target Audience: Pharmacists Accreditation: • 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ • 16 ACPE Credits • 16 CE Credits for Psychologists • 16 ASWB ACE Credits • 16.0 Contact Hours Program Purpose: Improve primary care providers competence in identifying, evaluating, and managing sports medicine/musculosketal conditions. The health care team performance will be improved by improved communication and efficiency due to improved selection of diagnostic modalities and evidence based treatment options. Topics: • Concussion ○ Determine medical clearance and return to play recommendations following a concussion • Foot and Ankle Pain Evaluation and Treatment ○ Select the most effective and evidence based physical examination tests to establish the diagnosis for foot and ankle pain • Shoulder Pain Evaluation and Treatment ○ Select the most effective and evidence based physical examination tests to establish the diagnosis for shoulder pain • Knee Pain Evaluation and Treatment ○ Select the most effective and evidence based physical examination tests to establish the diagnosis for knee pain • Exercise Recommendations ○ Identify benefits of regular physical activity Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.