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Oct 11 - 13, 2019 | CDE 24.00 | USD $650 | Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Expanded Duty Dental Assistant (EDDA) - Baton Rouge is organized by LSU Health New Orleans Continuing Dental Education and will be held from Oct 11 - 13, 2019 at National EMS Academy, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States of America. Credit 24 hours clinical CDE credit (12 hours lecture/12 hours participation) Course Overview Please note - this is NOT a beginner dental assisting course. It is the "next step" for assistants who want to expand their capabilities in dental practice. Do not consider registering for this course unless you have six-months of experience chair side assisting a dentist. This course is designed to provide dental assistants - who have a minimum of six months' chair side dental assisting experience - with the knowledge and skills they need to perform expanded duty dental assisting functions as specified by Louisiana law. Hands-on exercises will be performed in the laboratory to reinforce the didactic material presented in the lectures. Each participant will be given and must pass a post-course examination to determine his or her qualifications. The lecture portion of the course will be held at (National EMS Academy in Baton Rouge), and the hands-on portion will take place at a private dental practice in Baton Rouge, LA. Because the temperature may vary from one location to another during the course, attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a sweater or jacket. After successfully completing the EDDA course, dental assistants must: • Complete and sign an "EDDA Application for Certification Confirmation" and mail to the Louisiana State Board of Dentistry (LSBD). ○ The EDDA application requires (see EDDA LSBD Application below): • Proof of completion of your EDDA course (Verification of Participation letter) • Proof of completion of an LSBD-approved radiology course (Verification of Participation letter) • A copy (not the original) of a current CPR certification card • (You do not need to bring these documents to the LSU EDDA course) Course Objectives: After successfully completing the EDDA course, students should be able to: • Describe the limitations and uses of coronal polishing technique as contrasted with a prophylaxis. • Name and describe the groups of extrinsic and intrinsic stains on dentition. • Describe the use and, care and lubrication of the right angle handpiece. • Identify and describe the function of the instruments and materials used in coronal polishing. • Demonstrate coronal polishing. • Name the instruments and materials for suturing. • Demonstrate the process of removing sutures with a sterile technique. • Describe the process of placing a medicated dressing postoperative. • Explain the cause and treatment of alveolar osteitis. • Describe post-operative instructions to a patient for home care. • Identify the types and uses of dental liners. • Demonstrate the placement of a cavity liner. • Identify the parts of the Tofflemire matrix retainer. • Demonstrate preparing, placing, wedging and removing a Tofflemire matrix retainer. • Identify the sequences of steps in the placement of an anterior restoration; and placement of pit and fissure sealant. • Demonstrate the etching of a posterior tooth prior to the placement of pit and fissure sealant. • List three methods used for gingival retraction. • Demonstrate gingival retraction using the chemical method. • Demonstrate the removal of the retraction cord. • Describe the manipulation and use of periodontal surgical dressing. • Demonstrate the mixing and placement of the periodontal dressing. • Demonstrate the removal of the periodontal dressing. • Describe the indications for use of nitrous oxide. • Describe the contraindication for use of nitrous oxide. • Identify the levels of sedation. • Knowledgeable of the safety features of the nitrous Unit. • Understand technique of application and monitoring nitrous oxide. • Demonstrate the application of pit and fissure sealants. • Demonstrate the preparation needed before the placement of sealants. • Demonstrate the knowledge of dental anatomy. • Understand the purpose of a temporary crown. • Identify the different types of temporary crowns. • Fabricate a custom temporary crown. • Knowledgeable of proper armamentarium needed for fabrication of a temporary crown. • Demonstrate placement of temporary filling. • Understand the use of rubber dam and the isolation of teeth.
Dec 04 - 06, 2019 | CME 32.50 | USD $550 | Baton Rouge, Louisiana
NP Review & Clinical Update is organized by Advanced Practice Education Associates (APEA) and will be held from Dec 04 - 06, 2019 at Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States of America. Credits: 2019 FNP Review Course (Program ID #s 2018-12-01Pa, 2018-12-01Pb) is approved for 32.5 contact hours (14.5 hours of Pharmacology). AGNP Review Course (Program ID #s 2018-12-02Pa, 2018-12-02Pb) is approved for 29.5 contact hours (15 hours of Pharmacology). Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.