Mandatory CE

Mandatory CE in many states, check with individual state for specific requirements

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  • Controlled Substances, DEA Drug Classes and their Dental Implications

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    Do you know what controlled substances your patients take and how it will affect treatment?

  • Dental Hygiene Refresher Program (DHRP-FL)

    $3195.00 Select options

    Want to improve skills and knowledge, prepare for Dental Hygiene Clinical Boards, reinstate a Dental Hygiene license or meet CE mandates and requirements? The Dental Hygiene Refresher Program, est.1988, provides classroom instruction and periodontal instrumentation on mannequins.

  • Stay Infection Proof by Mastering Infection Control in Dentistry

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    Because infection control protocols and practices change frequently, it is critical to stay updated.  Learn all the latest information to apply infection control standards in your work environment. This course specifically complies with New York state requirements and is mandated in many other states.



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    CPR is a mandatory requirement for license renewal for healthcare providers.  This live, hands on course is presented by experienced instructors with dental backgrounds.

    Tailored and relevant to the dental practice!  Seating is limited.

  • OSHA, Infection Control/BBP Training & HIPAA

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    A mandatory course that enjoys comments such as “I loved this speaker she kept my interest ….. She always makes her topic interesting.”

    Many states require an infection control course, based on the dental setting, once in a license monitoring cycle. The federal government requires an annual OSHA/Infection control class. All members of the Dental Team must be updated on this topic.

  • Cultural Competence: Addressing Health Care Disparities in the Dental Health Field

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    It is essential for the dental health care professional to identify issues that disuade people from seeking proper treatment and undermine commitment to their own care.  This need has caused a growing number of states (and health insurance providers) to mandate this subject matter for healthcare professionals once in a license monitoring cycle.  

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