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Acquire New Patients and Drive Revenue by Managing Your Online Reputation
Faculty: Nathaniel Hancock, Matt Boyce
Expiration Date: December 12, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550, 560

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

When it comes to dentistry, potential patients have a lot of choices, so being able to set yourself apart from the competition is a must.

The easiest way to set yourself apart is by building and optimizing your presence on the sites that matter most to your patients like Google and Facebook. Now, more than ever, people are turning to these sites to find out which dentists are best for them.

In this webinar, you will be provided with the tips and tricks you need to improve your online reputation to help patients find and choose your practice when they need it.

Educational Support Provided by: Podium

AGD PACE Credit Only

Selection Required to Claim Credit

Activated Chlorine Dioxide and Xylitol in Your Practice
Faculty: Kristin Goodfellow, RDH
Expiration Date: October 25, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH Magazine Archived Presentation

Utilizing Activated Chlorine Dioxide in patient care is becoming a popular practice among dental professionals, due to its effectiveness against bacteria, viruses, fungi, volatile sulfur compounds (VSC's), and biofilm. These pathogens are all around us, and flourishing in our patient's mouths, it is important to arm patients properly to combat oral diseases. Especially, since we are highly aware of the intimate connection between oral health and general health, this is now more important than ever! There are hundreds of products available to our patients, but what is the difference? This course provides insight on how Activated Chlorine Dioxide a can maximize patient care, as well as results from treatment. Learn the difference and help "Raise Your Standard of Care.

Educational Support Provided By Dentist Select.

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Advanced Communication Strategies To Get More YESes From Patients
Faculty: Chris Bowman, DDS
Expiration Date: October 27, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 557, 560

DE / DACE Webinar Archived Presentation

From handling the “new patient phone call" through acquiring 5-star patient reviews, you will learn the critical communication skills that will help you and your entire dental team connect with patients like never before. By knowing what to listen for, what to say, and how to say it, you’ll enjoy higher conversion rates during every step of the patient relationship development process. The end results: healthier and happier patients, and huge leaps in practice productivity.

Educational Support Provided by: SolutionReach

AGD PACE Credit Only

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Atraumatic Extraction Through Proper Instrumentation
Faculty: Scott Froum, DDS
Expiration Date: March 31, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

As the techniques for placement and restoration have become more refined, so too has the techniques involved in tooth extraction. Because the biology of the post extraction socket is resorptive, various graft materials have been developed to try to preserve bone and soft tissue architecture. In addition, careful extraction techniques have  been developed that allow preservation of bone socket structure. When tissue volume is lost, compromises in implant therapy may occur. This webinar discusses techniques, graft material, and instrument selection that can optimize tissue preservation.

Educational Support Provided by Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT).

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Benefits of Spherical Supra-Nano Composites
Faculty: Peter Auster, DMD
Expiration Date: December 12, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 250, 254, 255

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

A short history of composite resins followed by a discussion of what to look for in resin technology, 2018. The “ideal composite” from a practitioner’s point of view is discussed.  A system using uniform sized spherical particles approaches that ideal. Several new composite systems will be discussed as well.

Educational Support Provided by: Tokuyama

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CBCT Imaging Principles: Live Software Applications
Faculty: Douglas L. Chenin, DDS
Expiration Date: June 27, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 697, 731

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

CBCT imaging enhances and changes the way dentists can diagnose and assess patient anatomy. We can look at patient anatomy in 3D and any structure can be cross-sectioned into 2D slices for detailed assessments and measurements. These abilities provide tremendous potential but also create new challenges such as: where to start, what anatomy to look at, how to cross-section the anatomy properly, and what are some foundational imaging principles that can be applied to every case? The goal of this webinar is to clarify some of these questions and to provide an organizational framework by which dentists can approach CBCT scans with a clinically correct method.

Educational Support Provided by: KAVO

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Come On, Get Happy - Taking the OUCH Out of Root Sensitivity
Faculty: Karen L Comisi, CDA, RDA, FADAA
Expiration Date: September 19, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

There are many reasons for sensitive/hypersensitive teeth. Sometimes people might have a quick twinge of pain and other times it may last several hours. Patients are always looking for a solution to this problem. Many turn to that “University of knowledge”, the Internet, to address the issue---find suggestions or remedies. Often times, the information at hand may not be correct or beneficial. It is up to us, dental professionals, to identify the true cause and determine the best solution for our patients, one that will provide immediate and long-lasting relief. This course will help you better serve your patients in this very important role.

Educational Support Provided By SHOFU.

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Dental Aerosols: How Dangerous and Pervasive Are They?
Faculty: Linda D. Lee, MBA
Expiration Date: October 31, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 024, 149

DE / RDH / DACE Archived Presentation

Dental aerosols are something that all dental practitioners are familiar with. But do you really know how far aerosols spread when you perform standard procedures? In a study in a dental office, microscopic pathogens were found behind closed doors in a room where no treatment occurred. This CE course will describe the dangers of dental aerosols to both patients and staff, detail how aerosols travel and explain a proven solution to reduce the spread.

Educational Support Provided by: Vidashield

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Dental Implant Impressions: Steps to Easier and More Predictable Results
Faculty: Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, MAGD
Expiration Date: June 13, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 490, 690

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

Impressions are an integral part of restoring implants, be it a fixed or removable prosthesis. Unlike prosthetics for natural teeth that have a PDL allowing micromovement, implants are rigidly fixated in the bone. An accurate impression not only determines how the prosthesis fits the implants intraorally, but can affect bone stability long-term. The webinar will review how to improve implant impressions for an ideal passive fit, as well as when to use open tray verses closed tray techniques.

Educational Support Provided by: Hager Worldwide.

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Dentistry is Changing, How Do I Triumph?
Faculty: Roger K. Hill, MSA, ASA
Expiration Date: September 27, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

The growth of corporate and dentist-owned group practice is a real risk to most solo practices...Competition is increasing...What does the future of dentistry hold? Gain insight into the current state of the industry as well as the future of dentistry from one of the industry’s leading authorities on dental practice transitions. Learn what fuels the corporate dentistry model and how to counter corporate dentistry with the traditional practice. Gain knowledge of current trends such as practice consolidation, consumerism and reimbursement plans. Also gain knowledge of operational changes that can be implemented in order to position a practice for a successful transition in an ever-changing industry.

Educational Support Provided by: ADS Dental Transitions

AGD PACE Credit Only

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Designing an Effective Desensitization Protocol for Your Patients
Faculty: Mary Govoni, CDA, RDH, MBA
Expiration Date: September 20, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

This webinar is designed to assist hygienists in evaluating the multitude of desensitizing agents available for home use and in-office application. Causes of dentin hypersensitivity will be discussed, as well as the criteria for product selection, based on individual patient needs. The webinar will include protocols for evaluating patients, developing treatment strategies and assessing which type of desensitizer would provide optimal results for the patient.

Educational Support Provided by: Tokuyama

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Hidden Caries: The Non-Cavitated Carious Lesion
Faculty: Ian Shuman, DDS
Expiration Date: September 18, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 011, 258

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

Modern dentistry has changed dramatically from the time you were in dental school. With all of these rapid changes you must learn to do excellent work, often by trial and error. Learn how to simplify the process of diagnosing hidden caries using the newest light assisted technology. Review the latest materials coupled with innovative techniques in caries access and removal. Attendees will learn how to treat a wide variety of restorative cases with simplified procedures, minimally invasive tooth preparations, and a variety of unique and specialized burs. Guaranteed to increase your efficiency, speed and profitability.

Educational Support Provided by SS White.

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Diffusing Clinical Aches and Pains…. Spotlight on Healthy Seating Strategies
Faculty: Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, BS, CSP, Cindy Purdy, RDH, BSDH
Expiration Date: May 08, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Creating a sustainable career and reducing the risk for injuries is on the minds of many. Just like any job, there are inherent physical risks in the clinical setting. Many of us love working with our patients, but clinical practice is full of body stressors – factors that continue to affect us long after we end our day.

It’s overwhelming to sort through all of the options that contribute to a safer workspace. Applying basic ergonomic principles simplifies the process of selecting equipment that supports neutral, healthy body postures. Saddle stools offer the benefits of declined seating – a strategy that can eliminate dangerous postures, enhance your physical health and extend your career.

Educational Support Provided by: ORASCOPTIC

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Digital Radiography Fundamentals for the General Practitioner
Faculty: Stephan Dadaian, DDS
Expiration Date: March 14, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

DE Study Club Webcast March 15, 2017

Radiology is one field in dentistry that we as practitioners engage in everyday. It is a standard part of diagnostic procedures and is necessary for evaluation prior to almost anything we do including but not limited to periodontics, restorative, endodontics, and surgery. This webinar will review the didactic understanding of radiographs, such as radiation physics, characteristics, and biology; the latter being how x rays interact with patients. It will discuss talking to patients about the safety of radiographs and to communicate why they are a necessary part of our profession. We will look at different modalities in digital radiography with respect to their benefits, limitations, and ROI. Lastly, clinical complications such as technical errors, overcoming difficulties with gagging patients, and other common problems will be addressed.

Educational Support Provided by Air Techniques.

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Documentation for the Billing and Reimbursement of Laser Procedures
Faculty: Tom M. Limoli, Jr.
Expiration Date: May 18, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550, 552

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

Accurate coding for the completed procedure is only part of the overall solution. Learn how to forever avoid the “coding strategies” and “canned narratives” that get the attention of regulatory authorities. Coding is simple when clinical documentation is complete and correct. Streamlined and simplified reimbursement must always begin with the clinical team. If you have to write a narrative for the patients insurance than your clinical documentation needs help.

Educational Support Provided by: BIOLASE

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Elevating Preventative and Diagnostic Care in Your Hygiene Practice
Faculty: Sara Paone, RDH, RNCP
Expiration Date: December 31, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Dental practices today provide a remarkably similar set of offerings to their patients. The lack of significant differentiation between practices provides an opportunity for these practices willing to embrace oral systemic links (OSLs) as a significant way to enhance value to your patients. Understanding and rooting our hygiene practices in the systemic links between oral and overall health positions our hygiene teams to be true advocates for the health of our patients. This session examines how OSLs can inform the system protocols: oral self -care and nutrition, diagnostics and technology approaches you take with your patients. We focus, in particular, on cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and pregnancy outcomes through the lens of several case studies with my patients. We conclude that the benefits OSLs bring to our practices make for healthier practices, more inspired teams, and distinct and sustainable identities for our practices.

Educational Support Provided by: Sunstar Americas Inc.

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Evaluating the Intranasal Administration of Needleless Dental Anesthesia
Faculty: Sean G. Boynes, DMD, MS
Expiration Date: March 20, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 132

DE Webinar Archived Presentation

One of the most important ways clinical care is judged relates to the pain experienced by a patient.  This presentation will evaluate the patient pain experience, discuss the pharmacologic impact of local anesthetics, and review intranasally administered needleless anesthesia in dentistry.

Educational Support Provided by: St. Renatus

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Find Out Why 1/3 of Patients Are Switching Dentists and What You Can Do About It
Faculty: Lea Chatham
Expiration Date: July 13, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550, 560

DE Webinar Archived Presentation

Patients are paying more out of pocket for their care, and there is more competition than ever to get their business. So their expectations are changing. And as a result they are more likely to switch dentists to get the services and access they want.

A new patient survey shows that one in three patients are likely to switch dental providers in the next two to three years. The results show that many are switching because of issues around practice logistic such as ease of scheduling and appointment reminders.

This webinar examines this new data on why patients switch and what services a dental practice can offer to help get them to stay.

See the latest data on why patients leave and what you can do about it as well as learn about the latest trends in patient satisfaction.

Educational Support Provided by: Solutionreach

AGD PACE Credit Only

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Foundations of CBCT Imaging for Implant Planning and Surgical Guides
Faculty: Douglas L. Chenin, DDS
Expiration Date: March 07, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

DE Webinar Archived Presentation

The use of CBCT imaging has drastically enhanced and changed the way dentists can diagnose and assess patient anatomy in preparation for implant placement. Now, with a single CBCT scan the patient’s entire craniofacial complex can be visualized and viewed from every angle in 3D and any structure can be cross-sectioned into 2D slices for detailed assessments and measurements. Furthermore, virtual implant planning within the CBCT scans can be performed and converted into a physical surgical guide that can be used during surgery. These abilities give the clinician tremendous potential but also create new challenges such as: where to start, what anatomy to look at, how to cross-section the anatomy properly, and what are the protocols and steps for ordering a surgical guide? The purpose of this CE webinar is to clarify some of these questions, to provide an organizational framework by which clinicians can approach CBCT scans, and to review the terminology, capabilities and protocols of surgical guides.

Educational Support Provided by: KAVO

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Healthy Strategies to Avoid Workplace Tragedy
Faculty: Cindy Purdy, RDH, BSDH
Expiration Date: December 31, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Dismissing aches and pains places your health and the clinical career you love in jeopardy! This course will address the ergonomic realities of the dental profession and focus on the ergonomic principle of neutral position through practical and hands-on instruction. In addition, discussion will surround effective strategies to eliminate dangerous postures and finally, uncover solutions to modify individual risks for developing work-related injuries. The ultimate goal is for each attendee to create their own ergonomic pathway for a long and healthy dental career.

Educational Support Provided by: Hager Worldwide

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High-Speed Crown Preparation
Faculty: Ian Shuman, DDS
Expiration Date: March 14, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

High-speed crown preparations and techniques have been around for many years. However, with the introduction of newer materials, especially specific types of crown preparation burs, the time required to prepare teeth for full coverage restorations has narrowed. By using multiple techniques in combination, patient care can now be less traumatic than in the past.

Educational Support Provided by SS White.

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How to Out-Market Competing Dentists without Out-Spending Them
Faculty: Joy Gendusa, Founder and CEO, PostcardMania
Expiration Date: June 13, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

If you’ve ever felt like you wasted money on marketing, this seminar is a must-see.

How do you stand out in a crowded field of dentists vying for the same patients? How do you maximize high-quality leads and new patients while minimizing the cost of acquiring them? And how can you make your practice appear everywhere — online and off — without investing a huge share of your revenue?

This webinar provides proven, actionable and step-by-step solutions to these often-asked dental marketing questions, and puts you back in the driver seat for growing your practice.

Educational Support Provided by PostcardMania.

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Impact of 3D On My Practice (Endodontics)
Faculty: Lou Graham, DDS
Expiration Date: December 13, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 070

DE Study Club Archived Presentation:

There is no “one type” of dental practice today and this course will highlight the pathways to choosing what criteria are used in the selection process for the right CBCT system for your practice.  The course will continue with a transition process of learning and collaborating with both your patients and specialists.

Educational Support Provided by Kavo Kerr Group/Instrumentarium

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Implant Dentistry: Enhancing Diagnosis Case Acceptance, Outcomes
Faculty: David A. Little, DDS
Expiration Date: August 21, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 690

DE Webinar Archived Presentation

Implant dentistry can enhance the quality of our patient lives. Whether replacing a single tooth or an entire edentulous arch, advancements in technology such as CBCT, planning software, and CAD/CAM allow dentists to virtually develop a restorative-driven treatment plan that produces predictable results.

Educational Support Provided by: Carestream Dental

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Lasers and the Dental Hygienist: An Effective Combination!
Faculty: Jeanette Miranda, RDH
Expiration Date: March 08, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

This course is designed as an introduction to the novice laser user or a refresher for the experienced laser user.  It will incorporate basic laser physics, effects of lasers on oral tissue, laser safety, and different ways laser could be used by the dental hygienist. Come and learn how lasers can benefit both the dental patient and the dental hygienist!

  1. Understand basic dental laser physics
  2. Recognize laser effects on oral tissue
  3. Demonstrate laser safety knowledge
  4. Understand dental hygiene procedures used with lasers
  5. Develop oral skills to educate patients on dental hygiene laser procedures

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Meat and Potatoes of Dental Hygiene Practice - Enamel
Faculty: Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH
Expiration Date: May 09, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Cavities start before the eye can see it. Protecting teeth on multiple levels is easier with tools that support healthy biofilm and support the enamel’s integrity by supplying the building blocks enamel needs to replenish every day. There are many products that are at play today and using them correctly will give predictable results and limit surprises.

Educational Support Provided by: VOCO The Denalists

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Optimizing Infection Control Protocols
Faculty: Kristy Menage Bernie, RDH, BS, RYT
Expiration Date: March 05, 2021
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 130, 148

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Optimal infection control practices are a key aspect of dental professionals’ ongoing education. Until the late ‘80s, these practices were not regulated or monitored by outside entities; however, today’s infection control protocols and practices are impacted by OSHA, CDC, and state licensing boards. The World Health Organization also provides resources regarding infection prevention worldwide. Together these entities provide the foundation for sound infection control practices that will protect both clinicians as well as patients. Defining the roles of each entity/agency and what they bring to infection prevention is important for every member of the dental team and to meet the mandatory licensing requirements. It’s also important as they provide dental practices with methods to develop and maintain optimal infection control protocols and practices.

Educational Support Provided by: Pro2 Solution dba Cranberry

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Practice Transitions That Work! Maximizing Value and Minimizing Risk
Faculty: Peter J. Ackerman, CPA, CVA, Randy Marie Daigler
Expiration Date: March 29, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 552, 556

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

This seminar is a brief overview that will guide sellers and buyers in doing their homework to assure that each party looks in the right direction for answers that suit their given situation.

Selling your life’s work involves strategic financial planning while recognizing and honoring the emotional component of passing your “professional baby” into other hands. Devising the right exit plan minimizes the risk and avoids the majority of pitfalls along the way.

As a buyer taking on the challenge of charting your professional future by finding the right fit clinically, personally and financially can be daunting without knowing the ropes.

Both buyers and sellers will understand how identifying the right advisors makes for a smoother process with less stress. Learn how to accomplish your goals through the transition options that abound, sorting out what is right for you and how you achieve it. This seminar also covers buyer’s needs and the transition market. Discover the strong emerging merger market and how it can mutually benefit sellers and buyers. Simply we discuss what really equates to value in a sale or acquisition, the allocation of tax classes and tax impact to the parties. Buyers will learn the type of lenders that understand dentistry and allow sellers put cash in their pocket at closing. Finally we’ll cover what are the 10 biggest deal killers.

Educational Support Provided by ADS Dental Transitions

AGD PACE Credit Only

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Solving The Diagnostic Dilemma: You Can't Treat What You Can't See!
Faculty: Ron Kaminer, DDS
Expiration Date: September 27, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 165, 731

DE Study Club Archived Presentation

Diagnosis is the key to any successful practice and the key to optimum patient health. Join us as we explore the latest technology that helps us to diagnose quicker, better, easier and discuss how to implement these modalities into day to day practice.

Educational Support Provided by: Air Techniques

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Solving the Mystery of D4346: More than BOP
Faculty: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
Expiration Date: September 20, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Using the new D4346 CDT 2017 code, we can finally treat gingivitis after decades of merely dumping gingival inflammation into the same category as health. This new code can potentially close the loop and elevate our standard of care. With increasing research pointing to the connection between oral disease and medical conditions, the timing is perfect. Early recognition ensures earlier intervention and disease prevention. This code can boost the bottom line of the practice when we take the time to examine an update our systems. It isn’t just a number; it’s a game changer for dentists, hygienists, business professionals and every staff member. In this webinar, we will provide 8 simple steps to save time, reduce frustration and increase profitability.

Educational Support Provided by: Curaprox and Dental Rat

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Spotlight on Hand Health: How Quality Gloves Protect One of Your Most Critical Physical Tools
Faculty: Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, BS, CSP, Cindy Purdy, RDH, BSDH
Expiration Date: March 28, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Originally gloves were used to provide protection from blood-borne pathogens, but a mounting list of unintended consequences began impacting our hand health: poorly fitted gloves, restricted hand movements, reduced tactile sensitivity, skin sensitivities and allergies and high material failure rates.

Providing dental care is literally a hands-on activity. Today there are affordable, high quality ergonomically-certified gloves made from advanced formulations that provide comfortable fit, improve tactical sensitivity, reduce skin sensitivities, and are formulated for long, wet procedures. Learn how proper glove will help keep your hands healthy.

Educational Support Provided by: Ansell

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Spotlight On The Digital Epidemic: Unexpected Consequences Of Modern Day Devices
Faculty: Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, BS, CSP
Expiration Date: June 20, 2020
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 012, 130

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

Is the modern age of 24/7 digital connectivity creating some dangerous situations for dental professionals? While the risk of workplace-related cumulative trauma disorder is well recognized in the dental profession, no one could have predicted the physical, emotional, and psychosocial impact of today’s digital devices.

Decades of compelling research point to a need for change. It is more important than ever to create a healthy workspace and adopt positive personal strategies to mitigate the hazards posed by the overuse of our devices. Find out what your dental practice can do to combat these hazards and unexpected side effects.

Educational Support Provided by: ORASCOPTIC

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The Future of Dentistry
Faculty: Richard H. Nagelberg, DDS
Expiration Date: December 13, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

DE Study Club Archived Presentation:

This webinar will discuss emerging trends in the dental profession from a clinical perspective including salivary diagnostics, emerging theories of periodontal disease development and progression, and the impact of genetic testing in the dental practice. The traditional model of solo or small group dental practice has undergone major changes including the emergence of Dental Support Organizations (DSO). The shifting landscape of dental practice will be discussed as well.

Educational Support Provided by Heartland Dental.

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The Secret Sauce - The Hidden Ingredients of Highly Successful Teams
Faculty: Mark E. Hyman, DDS
Expiration Date: February 28, 2021
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

DE / DACE Webinar Archived Presentation

What is it that differentiates the top practices from the average? What is their “Secret Sauce?” That formula leads to extraordinary production, collection, overhead control, team retention, and FUN! Laugh and learn as we reveal the formula, discuss action steps today, and see your team re-engage and thrive today!

Educational Support Provided by: Solution Reach

AGD PACE Credit Only

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Understanding the Clinical Risks, Management and Prevention of Cracked Teeth
Faculty: Marwan Abou-Rass, DDS, MDS, Ph.D
Expiration Date: July 25, 2021
Credits: 1.5
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 070

DE / DACE Webinar Archived Presentation

What makes this webinar different from others? “Best Practices in Cracked Teeth Management” is the first Master Class series, developed by Prof.Abou-Rass for the Dental Academy of Continuing Education.

There are two academic and clinical features which make the content of the series different from the content of traditional continuing education courses and publications dealing with the subject of cracked teeth. The first is the availability of advanced, in-depth, evidence-based endodontic material related to the causal relationship between teeth cracks development and propagation and abusive root canal preparation, obturation and post placement procedures.

The second is the Unique and distinctive content driven by Prof.Abou-Rass believe in need of every general practitioner to be a master diagnostician. Prof.Abou-Rass shares with the audience his diagnostic approaches, values, experience, and contrarian thinking in Endodontics in general and management of cracked teeth in particular.

The Master Class series increases the practicing dentists and dental hygienists awareness of the cracked teeth problem and develops thorough, in-depth, evidence-based understanding of how to prevent, diagnose and treat cracked teeth.

The master class series content covers the following five (5) areas of cracked teeth; importance, causes, classification, diagnosis, and treatment. The series requires 14 hours of self-study. The webinar condenses the 14 hours into the 90-minute presentation.

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Water Line Contamination; What's In Your Water?
Faculty: Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, MADAA
Expiration Date: December 05, 2019
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation

As infection control practices have evolved and become more regimented, dental unit water lines have all but been forgotten. The fact is that bacteria that causes biofilm can build up in the self-contained water bottle, the lines to the high speed hand piece, the three way air/water syringe, and the ultrasonic/piezo tubing. This CE webinar will discuss how to properly flush these lines and keep the water at a safe drinking level, standards for our drinking water, and talk about the bacteria that effects us.

Educational Support Provided By ProEdge Dental Products.

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