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Course Name:

Dentofacial Complications of Radiation Therapy.

Time:
This course has been reviewed and approved for 3 hours.

Faculty.

Jerome Bistritz, DDS

Course Description

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Although more people survive treatment of oral malignancies, the therapy often results in massive tissue injury. In addition, radiation therapy leaves these patients in a permanent risk category for the later development of osteoradionecrosis. Do you really understand all the complications that follow radiation therapy to the head and neck? Would you know how to alleviate patient suffering? Would you know enough to provide dental treatment without putting the patient at risk of osteoradionecrosis? Does your office have a protocol for treatment of cancer patients before and after radiation?
If you answered, “No,” to any of the above, you need to consider taking this course. The workbook should answer all your questions, from preradiation considerations to care of obturators on long term survivors. It also includes a one page instruction sheet for patients that you are invited to copy for your own use.

3 $24

Course Name:

Dentofacial Complications of Radiation Therapy.

Time:
This course has been reviewed and approved for 3 hours.

Faculty.

Jerome Bistritz, DDS

Course Description

:
Although more people survive treatment of oral malignancies, the therapy often results in massive tissue injury. In addition, radiation therapy leaves these patients in a permanent risk category for the later development of osteoradionecrosis. Do you really understand all the complications that follow radiation therapy to the head and neck? Would you know how to alleviate patient suffering? Would you know enough to provide dental treatment without putting the patient at risk of osteoradionecrosis? Does your office have a protocol for treatment of cancer patients before and after radiation?
If you answered, “No,” to any of the above, you need to consider taking this course. The workbook should answer all your questions, from preradiation considerations to care of obturators on long term survivors. It also includes a one page instruction sheet for patients that you are invited to copy for your own use.

3 $24

Course Name:

Dentistry, Ethics & Florida Law – Ethics & Jurisprudence in Dentistry.

Time:
This course has been reviewed and approved for 2 hour.

Faculty.

Carroll Cameron RDH, EdD.

Course Description

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This course explores the standards of ethics and conduct for dentistry, as established by the American Dental Society (“Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct”). These ethical principles are reflected in the laws and rules governing the practice of dentistry.

Patient autonomy, or the right of the patient to make appropriate choices based on knowledge of facts (informed consent), is the first ethical concept. The principle of nonmaleficence is passive. It requires that health – care workers “do no harm” by keeping his/her skills and knowledge always current.

The principle of beneficence, the active counterpart of nonmaleficence requires dentists to “do good”, promoting the welfare of patients as well as the community at large. Dentists who follow the ADA’s ethical principles will find that their actions are also legally correct.

Satisfies Ethics and Jurisprudence requirement for Florida Dentists and Dental Hygienists.
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2 $16

Course Name:

Clinical Classification of Toothaches.

Time:
This course has been reviewed and approved for 8 hours.

Faculty.

Ernest Lado, DDS.
A 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Dentistry, Dr. Ernest Lado Jr., practiced general dentistry for over a decade in New York. He left his private practice in 1981 to join the faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry where he honed his diagnostic skills with over 25 years experience diagnosing oral pain. During this time he has taught medical emergency preparedness for the dental office and radiographic interpretation. He has been published in numerous referred journals and started a sterilizer monitoring service in 1989 that presently monitors over 700 sterilizers statewide.

Course Description

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Even when they are not his own, toothaches can be a dentist’s most vexing and challenging problems. They come unexpectedly, often needing immediate attention, invariably on a day when you’re already running behind schedule. When a patient calls complaining his tooth hurts, you and your staff need to render initial and efficient assessment over the phone and schedule treatment appropriately. Your reputation is at stake. A patient in pain that is poorly attended to is a public relations nightmare. When a patient does come in, you need to treat him quickly and effectively. He needs to get out of pain and out of your office as fast as possible.

This course gives you and your staff everything needed to deal with a problem that can be more of a pain in the neck for you than a pain in the mouth for your patient, and does so in using clear and concise language. It first discusses proper classification of toothaches based on the presenting clinical signs and symptoms. It then covers the dynamics of pulpal – periapical processes, radiographic evidence of pathological pulpal – periapical conditions, pulpal conditions that are caused by a progression of pulp disease.

After reviewing the various tests that help provide a diagnosis of the problem, you will be able to practice your skills by trying your hand at solving a few clinical cases. One of our most popular courses for dentists, we think you’ll like it.
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8 $64

Course Name:

Clinical Classification of Toothaches.

Time:
This course has been reviewed and approved for 8 hours.

Faculty.

Ernest Lado, DDS.
A 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Dentistry, Dr. Ernest Lado Jr., practiced general dentistry for over a decade in New York. He left his private practice in 1981 to join the faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry where he honed his diagnostic skills with over 25 years experience diagnosing oral pain. During this time he has taught medical emergency preparedness for the dental office and radiographic interpretation. He has been published in numerous referred journals and started a sterilizer monitoring service in 1989 that presently monitors over 700 sterilizers statewide.

Course Description

:
Even when they are not his own, toothaches can be a dentist’s most vexing and challenging problems. They come unexpectedly, often needing immediate attention, invariably on a day when you’re already running behind schedule. When a patient calls complaining his tooth hurts, you and your staff need to render initial and efficient assessment over the phone and schedule treatment appropriately. Your reputation is at stake. A patient in pain that is poorly attended to is a public relations nightmare. When a patient does come in, you need to treat him quickly and effectively. He needs to get out of pain and out of your office as fast as possible.

This course gives you and your staff everything needed to deal with a problem that can be more of a pain in the neck for you than a pain in the mouth for your patient, and does so in using clear and concise language. It first discusses proper classification of toothaches based on the presenting clinical signs and symptoms. It then covers the dynamics of pulpal – periapical processes, radiographic evidence of pathological pulpal – periapical conditions, pulpal conditions that are caused by a progression of pulp disease.

After reviewing the various tests that help provide a diagnosis of the problem, you will be able to practice your skills by trying your hand at solving a few clinical cases. One of our most popular courses for dentists, we think you’ll like it.
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8 $64

Posterior composites – even 25 years after their introduction – remain unpredictable. Compared to amalgam restorations, posterior composites show significantly higher failure rates. They cost more, they take longer to place, they have more post – operative symptoms – and they leak, stain, chip and cause food impaction.
Dr. David Clark will discuss – and demonstrate – a technique that addresses the most serious shortcomings listed above, and he will provide a viable alternative that utilizes innovative preparation and filling techniques.
Participants will learn the following:

  • How to minimize fractures using the latest evolution in preparation design.
  • The advantages of minimally traumatic vs. minimally invasive dentistry.

  • A new, single load filling technique that can be used to create an incredibly durable, seamless restorations.

  • 1 $99

    Chemical Dependency in Healthcare.

    3 $24

    Course Name:

    Antimicrobials in Dentistry.

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 8 hour.

    Faculty.

    Ernest Lado DDS
    A 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Dentistry, Dr. Ernest Lado Jr., practiced general dentistry for over a decade in New York. He left his private practice in 1981 to join the faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry where he honed his diagnostic skills with over 25 years experience diagnosing oral pain. During this time he has taught medical emergency preparedness for the dental office and radiographic interpretation. He has been published in numerous referred journals and started a sterilizer monitoring service in 1989 that presently monitors over 700 sterilizers statewide.

    Matthew J. Dennis, DDS.

    Course Description

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    This course reviews the development of antimicrobials and their place in dentistry. The goal is to enable you to select appropriate antibiotics in terms of potency against oral pathogens and to balance that potency against possible toxicity and hypersensitivity reactions. You’ll learn to classify antibiotics according to their effect on target pathogens and range of activity so that you will quickly bring odontogenic infections under control. Refresh your knowledge of penicillin and the best alternatives when penicillin cannot be prescribed. Be prepared to recognize when antifungal agents are required. Finally, you’ll be prepared to manage patients who need antibiotic prophylaxis for endocarditis and those who are taking antibiotics prescribed for medical conditions. The world of microbes can affect dental treatment. After taking this course, you can be confident in your ability to conquer that world.

    8 $64

    Tooth Bleaching

    This course is approved for two hours of CE.

    Faculty: Ernest Lado, DDS
    A 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Dentistry, Dr. Ernest Lado Jr., practiced general dentistry for over a decade in New York. He left his private practice in 1981 to join the faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry where he honed his diagnostic skills with over 25 years experience diagnosing oral pain. During this time he has taught medical emergency preparedness for the dental office and radiographic interpretation. He has been published in numerous referred journals and started a sterilizer monitoring service in 1989 that presently monitors over 700 sterilizers statewide.

    Course Description: This course presents an overview of fundamental tooth anatomy, physiology and development pertinent to bleaching, along with various materials and methods used to bleach teeth. It also identifies the best method of bleaching for specific conditions followed by a discussion of adverse side effects and how they can be avoided.

    2 $16

    In this course, Dr. L. Stephen Buchanan will discuss the relationship between the specialist and the generalist in using root canal therapy to treat patients. He will cover techniques for length determination, plus the safe, efficient use of nickel – titanium files and their advantages (as well as their pitfalls).
    Other topics to be covered include the following:

  • “Crown – down” shaping techniques.
  • The use of standard K – files for apical gauging.
  • Techniques for cone – fitting.
  • Proper selection of gutta – percha and paper points.
  • Re – treatment, including techniques for removal of gutta – percha and carriers.

  • 1.5 $99

    The Jurisprudence in Dentistry: Texas course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners rules and regulations including license renewal requirements, continuing education guidelines, and appropriate delegation of responsibilities. Federal statutes and requirements will be studied, including regulations on bloodborne pathogens and protective equipment. HIPAA regulations and OSHA/CDC standards are discussed to provide the student with a comprehensive understanding of jurisprudence in dentistry.

    This course includes the following lessons.

    • Texas State Board of Dental Examiners
    • Texas Administrative Code Rules
    • Federal Statutes and Regulations
    • HIPAA/Patient Privacy Rule
    • OSHA/CDC Standards
    4 $32

    This is a textbook that is shipped to you through postal mail.

    The Jurisprudence in Dentistry: Texas course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners rules and regulations including license renewal requirements, continuing education guidelines, and appropriate delegation of responsibilities. Federal statutes and requirements will be studied, including regulations on bloodborne pathogens and protective equipment. HIPAA regulations and OSHA/CDC standards are discussed to provide the student with a comprehensive understanding of jurisprudence in dentistry.

    This course includes the following lessons.

    • Texas State Board of Dental Examiners
    • Texas Administrative Code Rules
    • Federal Statutes and Regulations
    • HIPAA/Patient Privacy Rule
    • OSHA/CDC Standards
    4 $32

    Dr. John West, widely recognized as one of premier clinical and interdisciplinary endodontic educators in the country, offers his brand of leading – edge endodontic techniques, information and thinking that can be applied immediately in your practice. Participants will learn about the powerful relationship between endodontic performance and function – including when and how to use vertical compaction techniques.
    Participants will also learn the following:

  • Key steps for diagnosing which tooth requires root canal therapy.
  • How to properly sequence treatment.
  • Determining endodontic restorability.
  • Making rotary endodontics safe, simple and highly efficient.
  • Learning to clean and shape all different forms of root canal configurations.

  • 1 $99

    Course Description:

  • Define and classify different types of osteoporosis and associated diseases.

  • Identify lifestyle and genetic risk factors of patients with osteoporosis.

  • Discuss strategies for prevention and management of osteoporosis through diet and exercise.

  • Recognize the oral implications associated with osteoporosis.

  • Assess diagnostic tools for screening patients with osteoporosis.

  • Discuss medical intervention and treatment options for patients.

  • Author:
    Diane Vernetti – Callahan, RDH, BS.

    2 $16

    Course Description:

  • Know the benefits and risks associated with NO sedation.

  • Identify the risk associated with NO abuse.

  • Understand how to administer NO.

  • Know the contraindications of NO use.

  • 2 $16

    Course Description:

  • Know the benefits and risks associated with NO sedation.

  • Identify the risk associated with NO abuse.

  • Understand how to administer NO.

  • Know the contraindications of NO use.

  • 2 $16

    Dr. Lou Graham offers and exciting program that focuses on new innovations in crown and bridge work. As dentistry makes a trasition into digital impressions via a modem to the lab and then into CAD/CAM Zirconia systems, the days of traditional impression taking are ending. The result is a superior restoration that will actually simplify all – ceramic needs. With a new electronic technologies added to the mix (replacing 80 years of laboratory formats), the next era of fixed prosthodontics is being ushered in. In this course, clinical cases will be presented to show participants how simple such transitions can be.
    The following will also be covered:

  • Advantages of digital impressions over traditional impressions.
  • The advantages and greater versatility of zirconia restorations over all – ceramics.
  • The “electronic prescription” – a step – by – step approach to greater communication with your lab, for superior custom restorations.

  • New patient communication tools that are much better than writing on a bracket table.

  • 2 $99

    Course Name:

    Medical Errors.

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 2 hours.

    Faculty.

    Linda Harvey, RDH, MS, HCRM.

    Course Description

    :
    Do you know the difference between medical errors and adverse events? What strategies have you designed to prevent and correct medical errors? Create a safer patient care environment. This course will enable you to recognize potential sources of error so you can reduce the number and impact of preventable adverse events in your practice. The course will also teach you to analyze the root causes of medical errors and implement initiatives for patient safety. It satisfies Florida’s medical errors requirement for all health professions.
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    2 $16

    Course Name: Infection Control in Dental Offices

    Time: This course has been reviewed and approved for 5 hours.

    This course meets California Requirements.

    Faculty: Ernest Lado, DDS

    Course Description:
    An Infection Control Program (ICP) aimed at preventing the transmission of infectious diseases from one person to another is vital to a well run dental practice, but how far should the practice be expected to go in its efforts to prevent disease transmission? What are reasonable measures that protect patients and health care workers from unnecessary exposure to potentially infectious materials? Do we need to “sterilize the office” to achieve proper infection control?

    Can we prevent disease transmission without going overboard? Can scientific logic guide us when we design an effective infection control program? Isn’t scientific logic simply another term for common sense?

    This course will provide you with the answer to these questions. When you finish it, you will have a thorough understanding of disease transmission, a working knowledge of infection control principles, and insight into sound work practice controls founded on microbiologic principles. You will be able to design an infection control plan to accommodate the circumstances inherent to your particular practice. The concepts you learn will facilitate your infection control decision – making. You’ll be glad you took the course.

    5 $40

    Course Name: Infection Control in Dental Offices

    Time: This course has been reviewed and approved for 5 hours.

    This course meets California Requirements.

    Faculty: Ernest Lado, DDS

    Course Description:
    An Infection Control Program (ICP) aimed at preventing the transmission of infectious diseases from one person to another is vital to a well run dental practice, but how far should the practice be expected to go in its efforts to prevent disease transmission? What are reasonable measures that protect patients and health care workers from unnecessary exposure to potentially infectious materials? Do we need to “sterilize the office” to achieve proper infection control?

    Can we prevent disease transmission without going overboard? Can scientific logic guide us when we design an effective infection control program? Isn’t scientific logic simply another term for common sense?

    This course will provide you with the answer to these questions. When you finish it, you will have a thorough understanding of disease transmission, a working knowledge of infection control principles, and insight into sound work practice controls founded on microbiologic principles. You will be able to design an infection control plan to accommodate the circumstances inherent to your particular practice. The concepts you learn will facilitate your infection control decision – making. You’ll be glad you took the course.

    5 $40

    In a live patient program, Dr. Leo Malin will present a state – of – the – art process for dental implant treatment planning, including patient workups and basic to advanced surgical and restorative techniques. Participants will view a demonstration of a unique approach to treatment planning derived from the occlusion to the bone (not from the bone to the occlusion). Participants will also learn an implant protocol allowing for the easy and predictable placement and restoration of implants, with long – term clinical success.
    The following key points will also be covered:

  • Understanding the step – by – step neuromuscular approach to surgical implant placement and occlusal loading.
  • Implant protocols and limitations.
  • A predictable, reliable and less – invasive surgical protocol,
  • Tomographic X – ray systems, and how to read and understand radiographic options for patient evaluation and implant placement.

  • Treatment planning, patient acceptance and patient management.

  • 2 $99

    Course Name:

    HIV/Aids & Public Health Issues.

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 2 hours.

    Faculty.

    Carroll Cameron, RDH, Ed.D
    Carroll Cameron has been involved and serving on several Dental Association boards since 1990, including the South Florida and Florida Dental Hygiene Societies, the American Dental Hygiene Association, and Kaplan University, and has received several honors, including the Research Excellence Award form Nova Southeastern University in 2000 and the Outstanding Dental Auxiliary award from the South Florida District Dental Society. Cameron spent 15 years working as a Clinical Dental Hygienist, and 30 years teaching at Miami Dade Community College. She had been doing Continuing Education Presentations between 1979 and 1987, and began publishing and editing books in 1983.

    & Siegfried Schmidt, MD, PhD.

    Course Description

    :
    This course does exactly what it says, that is, it updates our information on the immunology and pathogenesis of HIV/AIDS. It is in part, a synopsis of material presented in the 4 hour AIDS course offered by Home Study Educators.

    The course covers the mandatory objectives required for license renewal: epidemiology, prevention, transmission and signs and symptoms. The rise in the incidence of gonorrhea after a drop in the 1980’s raises concern that AIDS (after a significant drop) may be increasing. The CDC now recommends screening HIV – positive patients for tuberculosis and syphilis which have the potential to spread to the immunocompetent population.

    Combination antiretroviral therapy is the standard of care at this time, though varying approaches to initiating therapy are suggested. This recent introduction of combination therapy has led to a significant decrease in AIDS deaths in the late 1990’s. Health professionals can now offer patients real hope in inhibiting immune destruction until a cure is found.

    A detailed appendix follows the text, listing AIDS associated diseases, drugs and their interactions, recommendations for antiretroviral combination therapy, and prophylaxis for heath care workers who are exposed occupationally. The appendix is designed to be used as a ready reference when decisions concerning AIDS must be made in clinical situations.
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    2 $16

    Dr. Lou Graham and Dr. David Little demonstrate some of the many uses for laser technology in clinical dentistry. Dr. Graham will utilize the laser to improve the impression procedure for indirect restorative preparations, and Dr. Little will demonstrate the uses of a laser for treating oral infections, such as apthous ulcers, and herpetic lesions, as well as performing a quick and painless frenectomy, and a procedure to uncover implants. Discussion will center on the value of having laser technology available to perform faster, more efficient and profitable procedures with an excellent return on.

    investment.

    1.5 $99

    Course Description:

  • Classify carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and the role they play in the oral cavity.

  • Identify the function of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and symptoms of excesses or deficits.

  • Recognize specific nutrient requirements during the human lifecycle.

  • Name the food groups in the Food Guide Pyramids, compare and contrast.

  • Identify the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

  • Recognize the relationship between nutritional deficiencies and oral disease.

  • Assess nutritional aspects of dental caries, its causes, and prevention.

  • Guide the patient to clarify and understand his or her own diet – dental relationship.

  • Discuss appropriate dental interventions for patients with systemic diseases or conditions with oral manifestations.

  • Apply basic nutritional concepts to help patients with nutritional problems.

  • 3 $24

    Course Description:

  • Classify carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and the role they play in the oral cavity.

  • Identify the function of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and symptoms of excesses or deficits.

  • Recognize specific nutrient requirements during the human lifecycle.

  • Name the food groups in the Food Guide Pyramids, compare and contrast.

  • Identify the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

  • Recognize the relationship between nutritional deficiencies and oral disease.

  • Assess nutritional aspects of dental caries, its causes, and prevention.

  • Guide the patient to clarify and understand his or her own diet – dental relationship.

  • Discuss appropriate dental interventions for patients with systemic diseases or conditions with oral manifestations.

  • Apply basic nutritional concepts to help patients with nutritional problems.

  • 3 $24

    Course Name:

    Domestic Violence (0201W).

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 2 hours.

    Faculty.

    Siegfried Schmidt, MD,PhD.

    Course Description

    :
    This course defines and illustrates the different types of domestic violence and its frequency of occurrence. Physical, emotional or psychological, as well as sexual abuses are dealt with in a clear frank manner. The extent and frequency of these abuses, screening procedures and signs and symptoms are examined in detail.

    Intervention, treatment, legal responsibilities and obligations in reporting domestic violence are explored. Shelters and community programs offering assistance and counseling are mentioned. Finally, a list of state and area reporting agencies are given. This course is an excellent source of information for this very widespread and timely problem in our society.
    .

    2 $16

    Course Name:

    Domestic Violence (0201W).

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 2 hours.

    Faculty.

    Siegfried Schmidt, MD,PhD.

    Course Description

    :
    This course defines and illustrates the different types of domestic violence and its frequency of occurrence. Physical, emotional or psychological, as well as sexual abuses are dealt with in a clear frank manner. The extent and frequency of these abuses, screening procedures and signs and symptoms are examined in detail.

    Intervention, treatment, legal responsibilities and obligations in reporting domestic violence are explored. Shelters and community programs offering assistance and counseling are mentioned. Finally, a list of state and area reporting agencies are given. This course is an excellent source of information for this very widespread and timely problem in our society.
    .

    2 $16

    Course Name:

    Diabetes Mellitus.

    Time:
    This course has been reviewed and approved for 5 hours.

    Faculty.

    Siegfried Schmidt, MD, PhD. and Carroll Cameron, R.D.H>, Ed.D

    Course Description

    :
    The course begins with a discussion of the anatomy and physiology of the pancreas and its role in metabolism. The author goes on to define diabetes mellitus and the role of insulin in carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism. A summary and discussion of blood glucose regulation follows.

    The symptoms and characteristics of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are examined as well as other, rarer types of diabetes. The role of glucose tolerance testing, a review of diabetic skin lesions, and signs and manifestations of poor metabolic control will broaden your understanding of this disease.

    A discussion of the management of diabetes mellitus, including the maintenance of the patient’s oral health, need for physical exercise, glucose monitoring, nutrition, pharmacological treatment, and emergency intervention will improve your ability to counsel patients and respond appropriately to signs of poor metabolic control.

    The workbook concludes with an appendix listing the drugs that raise and lower blood glucose, as well as several photographs of clinical lesions. This course is an excellent, concise review for health professionals.
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    5 $40

    The goal of this course is to give laboratory personnel an understanding of the biochemistry, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and laboratory testing procedures of the three basic alcohols: ethanol, methanol, and isopropanol. Because of its broad medical and social implications, most of this course deals with ethanol. Throughout the course, a basic understanding of chemistry is assumed.

    Topic covered are:
    1. History of alcohol
    2. Alcohol fermentation and distillation
    3. Chemical properties of aliphatic alcohols
    4. Pharmacology and pharmacokinetic properties of methanol, ethanol, and isopropanol
    5. OSHA standards/NIOSA recommendations for aliphatic alcohols
    6. Laboratory methods
    7. Chain of custody and legal issues
    8. Interpretation and reporting of laboratory findings
    9. Specimen collection and handling (medical/forensic)
    10. Data review
    11. Reporting of analytical findings
    12. Interpretation of results.

    There is a pretest before each lesson, and a final exam of 50 questions, a passing rate of 75%.

    8 $64

    Tooth Bleaching

    This course is approved for two hours of CE.

    Faculty: Ernest Lado, DDS
    A 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Dentistry, Dr. Ernest Lado Jr., practiced general dentistry for over a decade in New York. He left his private practice in 1981 to join the faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry where he honed his diagnostic skills with over 25 years experience diagnosing oral pain. During this time he has taught medical emergency preparedness for the dental office and radiographic interpretation. He has been published in numerous referred journals and started a sterilizer monitoring service in 1989 that presently monitors over 700 sterilizers statewide.

    Course Description: This course presents an overview of fundamental tooth anatomy, physiology and development pertinent to bleaching, along with various materials and methods used to bleach teeth. It also identifies the best method of bleaching for specific conditions followed by a discussion of adverse side effects and how they can be avoided.

    2 $16

    Online Continuing Education for Dentists, Dental Hygienists and Healthcare Professionals

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