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18994
Not Rated
3 Ways to Lead a Profitable Practice While Working Fewer Hours
Faculty: Timothy Anderson, DDS
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

Dental practice owners are working too many hours and struggle with growing the practice without sacrificing more personal time. As the dental industry changes, we are feeling stresses from student loan debt and insurance billing to struggles with budgeting, cash flow and retirement planning. From late nights in the office and missed dinners with family, to the stress of never-ending administrative tasks, many are starting to realize this is not the life or the freedom they set out for when they started their practice. Yet, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Join Jaime Staley, CPA, MSA, partner at PJS & Co. CPAs and dental industry focused advisor as she shares the 3 ways her dental clients have successfully increased production and profitability while also improving their lifestyle. While some provide philosophical and/or unproven answers, Jaime shares what decades of helping business owners get results has taught her about getting higher profit and more time for what you enjoy doing.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Learn why CAD/CAM and the 9.3 μm CO2 laser is a perfect combination for same-day dentistry
  2. Discover how using the 9.3 μm CO2 laser improves scanning clarity and can eliminate the need for packing cord
  3. Understand the science behind the laser’s efficient cutting
  4. Learn about reliably anesthesia-free applications for osseous, hard, and soft tissues
AGD PACE Credit Only

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18993
Not Rated
9.3 μm CO2 Laser and CAD/CAM = The Perfect Match
Faculty: Timothy Anderson, DDS
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 135

The 9.3 μm CO2 laser cuts enamel, dentin, decayed hard tissue, and bone at drill speed and without anesthesia. It also enables soft tissue procedures that are blood-free and suture-free with minimal post-op discomfort and remarkably rapid healing. This all-tissue laser can take your CAD/CAM practice to the next level by making you more efficient, allowing you to perform procedures you previously referred out, enabling better clinical outcomes and dramatically increasing new patient flow.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Learn why CAD/CAM and the 9.3 μm CO2 laser is a perfect combination for same-day dentistry
  2. Discover how using the 9.3 μm CO2 laser improves scanning clarity and can eliminate the need for packing cord
  3. Understand the science behind the laser’s efficient cutting
  4. Learn about reliably anesthesia-free applications for osseous, hard, and soft tissues

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19024
Not Rated
Achieving Predictable Restorative Dentistry In Fast Paced Environment
Faculty: Victor Cedillo Felix, DDS
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 017

This webinar was the third of five presentations delivered as part of the GC America World Tour - USA Symposium entitled "Minimal Techniques to Maximize Esthetic and Functional Restorations." This program was presented by Victor Cedillo Felix, DDS. Dr. Felix is in private practice in Chula Vista, California. He graduated from La Salle University in Mexico. Dr. Felix has been both a national and international speaker since 2015 with special focus on restorative dentistry. He has multiple clinical articles published in scientific journals. After Dr. Felix's presentation questions from the audience were address in a live Q&A session.

Educational Objectives:

  • Learn valuable clinical tips for to improve the efficiency and quality of daily dentistry treatments
  • Understand the most current cementation protocols of indirect restorations
  • Discuss different ways to make quality treatments in a fast paced clinical environment

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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

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

Selection Required to Claim Credit

19027
Not Rated
An Ounce of Prevention or A Pound of Cure: What’s Right For Your Patient?
Faculty: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, DMD
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 017

This webinar was the fifth of five presentations delivered as part of the GC America World Tour - USA Symposium entitled "Minimal Techniques to Maximize Esthetic and Functional Restorations." This program was presented by Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, DMD. Dr. Maragliano-Muniz, is the editorial director for DentistIQ.com Pearls for Your Practice and faculty member at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She also is an international lecturer and maintains a private practice in Salem, MA. After Dr. Maragliano-Muniz's presentation questions from the audience were address in a live Q&A session.

Educational Objectives:

  • Gain practical tips for identifying high risk patients and implementing caries management protocols into everyday practice
  • Learn a practical and predictable approach for aesthetic composite restorations
  • Learn when to consider indirect vs. direct restorations

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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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19023
Not Rated
Co-Dependent Cariology: Improving Prognosis for Restorative Treatments
Faculty: Brian B Novy
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 017

This webinar was the second of five presentations delivered as part of the GC America World Tour - USA Symposium entitled "Minimal Techniques to Maximize Esthetic and Functional Restorations." This program was presented by Brian B. Novy, DDS, FICD, FADI, FACD. Dr. Novy is the Chief Dental Officer at the Alliance Dental Center in Quincy, Massachusetts, and holds faculty appointments at three dental schools. He served on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs 2011-2014 and was chair of the CAMBRA Coalition. After Dr. Novy's presentation questions from the audience were address in a live Q&A session.

Educational Objectives:

  • Improve prognosis for restorative treatment
  • Apply evidence-based therapy to treat/control disease
  • Practice Pro-dependent Cariology

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19028
Not Rated
Creaky Joints and Bleeding Gums: RA and Periodontitis
Faculty: Maria L. Geisinger, DDS, MS | Katrina M. Sanders, RDH, BSDH, MEd, RF
Expiration Date: June 01, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 490

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory arthritis affecting 1.3 million individuals in the United States. RA symptoms are due to an autoimmune response that leads to joint damage and significant societal burden related to patient discomfort and treatment costs. Several studies have indicated patients with RA have an increased prevalence of periodontal disease than those without RA or with other forms of arthritis. Current understanding of the pathogenesis of RA lacks a clear picture of the autoantibody response and its potential initiators, particularly specific serum antibodies directed to citrullinated peptides, which are associated with smoking, disease severity, periodontal disease, and microbiota. Additionally, the underlying mechanisms of bone resorption and synovial inflammation are similar to the pathogenesis of periodontitis. These common pathologic processes, shared risk factors, and potential initiating role of periodontal bacteria highlight the need for interprofessional management of patients with RA and periodontitis.

This course seeks to improve the dental care provider’s understanding of the interaction between periodontal disease and RA as well as aid in the clinical decision making to care for patients with RA in a dental setting.

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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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19025
Not Rated
Don’t Sleep On GIs: How Glass Ionomers and Glass Hybrids Can Benefit Your Patients and Practice
Faculty: Joshua Austin, DDS, MAGD
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 017

This webinar was the fourth of five presentations delivered as part of the GC America World Tour - USA Symposium entitled "Minimal Techniques to Maximize Esthetic and Functional Restorations." This program was presented by Joshua Austin, DDS . Dr. Austin is an editorial director and columnist for Dental Economics, focusing on dental products and technology. He also maintains a full-time restorative private practice in San Antonio, TX. After Dr. Austin's presentation questions from the audience were address in a live Q&A session.

Educational Objectives:

  • Identify cases and indications for use of glass ionomer and glass hybrids
  • Review the advantages of using glass ionomer and glass hybrids as a direct restorative material
  • Understand, thoroughly, the technique and directions for the use of glass ionomer restoratives

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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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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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18992
Not Rated
How Dental Practices Can Restore Operations and Revenue in the Era of COVID-19
Faculty: Michelle Dowling
Expiration Date: May 18, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 560

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated modifications to existing operations for dental practices throughout the U.S. Providers are tasked with reducing unnecessary contact at every point of care to meet heightened patient expectations for safety and efficiency, while simultaneously searching for immediate solutions to recover lost revenue from the slowdown in operations. Learn how to make rapid and effective improvements to your practice operations to enhance safety for both staff and patients while also maximizing patient payments, for a return to business sooner.

 

 

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18188
Not Rated
Invisible DSO’s: Friend or Foe, Learn about these Silent Partners in Dental
Faculty: Matt Wilkins
Expiration Date: April 30, 2022
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

Learn More About:

Why NOW is the time to understand your practice value
What buyers/partners want, what they don’t want and why
Sell all or sell part and stay to grow?
Who are the various buyers?
What are real transaction values, not appraised values?

Educational Support Provided By: Large Practice Sales (LPS)

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18956
Not Rated
Is Your Office Prepared For A Temporary Shutdown?
Faculty: Michelle Strange, RDH, MSDH
Expiration Date: April 01, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 148

In moments where we are forced to shut down our facilities or even in the moments we get to take a vacation, we need to know how to prepare our office.  There are specific protocols to make sure our equipment is ready to go when we return, our waterlines are still considered safe to treat patients, and the surfaces in our offices are clean and disinfected.  Developing a standard operating procedure for a facility shutdown would be advantageous.  We will discuss some areas you can assess as a jumping off point for your facility shutdown SOP.

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18203
Not Rated
Keeping Denture Lab Work In House: Tools and Techniques
Faculty: Ian Shuman, DDS
Expiration Date: April 30, 2022
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 670

This course will detail the necessary steps required to work on dentures chair side. It will include relining the existing denture, repairing the broken denture and polishing. 

Educational Support Provided By: SS White

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18339
Not Rated
Mastering Dental-Medical Necessity Increase Profitability
Faculty: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
Expiration Date: July 19, 2022
Credits: 1.5
Format: Webinar
Fee: Free
AGD Code(s): 552

Significant changes to the way dentistry is practiced have been set in motion by two influential factors — science and evidence-based decision-making. Accurate evidence-based diagnosis is the best method to determine appropriate treatment. The question often asked is if dental or medical insurance will cover important care. Determining and documenting dental-medical necessity is the basis for all successful dental and medical coding. During this 90-minute session participants will learn the steps of determining dental-medical necessity to optimize dental benefits and medical-dental cross-coding.

Objectives:

Understand the metrics current CDT codes provides in decision-making and profitability
How to write concise Twitter-style dental-medical necessity narrative
Select the most accurate ICD-10 medical codes for use on dental claims to optimize payment and medical cross-coding

Educational Support Provided By: Lighthouse

Lighthouse: Championing Small Businesses Since 2002

We speak with hundreds of our customers every day so we know: When it’s your business, every minute and every dollar counts. That’s why the entire Lighthouse 360 team is dedicated to giving our 11,000+ customers the tools and support they need to succeed.

For more information contact:

Hannah Piland
512-774-7654
hannah.piland@lighthousepmg.com

AGD PACE Credit Only

Selection Required to Claim Credit

18955
Not Rated
Nasal Breathing: Personal Infection Control
Faculty: Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH
Expiration Date: April 01, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 010

The human respiratory complex is here to help you stay healthy. Over the last century epigenetic changes have made some structural changes that affect the oral contingent of the orofacial respiratory pyramid. Taking a step back, we can improve the whole system This course will deal with the life preserving benefits that nasal breathing supports.for future generations, and improve the health of humans all around. The nitric oxide produced in the sinuses can and does eliminate airborne virus. Obligate nasal breathing is a must to access this life promoting gas. If you or your patients cannot breathe with their nose, further investigation is necessary.

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18340
Not Rated
New Challenges in Dentistry and 8 Ways to Overcome Them
Faculty: Roger P Levin, DDS
Expiration Date: July 18, 2022
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: Free
AGD Code(s): 550

In this insightful presentation, Dr. Roger P Levin will review the major transformations that are reshaping dentistry and how they will impact today’s practices. Using data from the Levin Group Data Center and the Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey, Dr. Levin will also highlight key scenarios and opportunities for dental practices to remain highly successful. In the second part of his presentation, he will reveal the 8 most important actions that every dental practice should immediately implement in order to maintain long-term success and higher production.

Educational support provided by: CareCredit

About Care Credit: When patients have a patient portion, your team can save the day and fill the schedule by letting them know you have the CareCredit credit card as a financing option — before cost can become a barrier to care. It’s a super easy and super powerful way to help more patients get care.

Ready to add CareCredit? Call 866-246-6401 or visit online at: www.carecredit.com

AGD PACE Credit Only

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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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19022
Not Rated
Oral Frailty Concept: New Preventive Strategies In The Eating Ability For The Elderly
Faculty: Hirohiko Hirano, Ph.D, DDS
Expiration Date: June 30, 2023
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 752

This webinar was the first of five presentations delivered as part of the GC America World Tour - USA Symposium entitled "Minimal Techniques to Maximize Esthetic and Functional Restorations." This program was presented by Hirohiko Hirano, Ph.D. in Medical Science, DDS Director of Dental and Oral Surgery, Research Team for Promoting Independence and Mental Health, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital and Institute of Gerontology. After Dr. Hirano's presentation questions from the audience were address in a live Q&A session.

Educational Objectives:

  • Learn how oral health is integral to the general health and social well-being of people
  • Understand functions such as mastication, tongue and lip motor skills and salivary secretion of aging patients
  • Discuss stages of decreased function and its associated risk to elderly patients

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18338
Not Rated
ReputationMatters: Grow Your Practice for FREE!
Faculty: Joshua Austin, DDS, MAGD
Expiration Date: July 19, 2022
Credits: 1.5
Format: Webinar
Fee: Free
AGD Code(s): 550

What story about you are they telling? During this program, we will discuss the psychology of internet reviews. We will review how our prospective patients feel about them and what literature is available from academia. A thorough discussion of which websites are most important and impactful for dental practices will occur. The group will also review the systems and scripting needed to incorporate into our practices to ensure success in getting our patients to leave positive reviews. A significant portion of the program will also be devoted to how we should handle responding to a negative review should one occur. This fast-paced, enlightening program is sure to help demystify the world of online reviews in fun & casual manner! Dental team involvement is highly recommended for this program.

Educational support provided by: Henry Schein One

About Henry Schein One: In today’s crowded dental marketplace, keeping the patients you already have, attracting new patients, and differentiating from the competition is more critical than ever. This requires precise and effective marketing, using multiple activities across different channels. Take the 5-minute Practice Marketing Assessment to identify marketing opportunities your practice might be missing out on. https://assessment.henryscheinone.com/?utm_source=dental-economics&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=practicemarketingassessment&utm_content=june2019&tname=

For more information please contact: Henry Schein One at 833.471.7253 

AGD PACE Credit Only

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18341
Not Rated
The Consummate Dental Department Model of Productivity and Efficiency
Faculty: Dianne Watterson, MBA, RDH
Expiration Date: July 18, 2022
Credits: 1.5
Format: Webinar
Fee: Free
AGD Code(s): 550

It is estimated about 75% of restorative needs are identified through hygiene visits, so keeping the hygiene department productive and efficient should be a priority in the general practice.  In this course, we will examine productivity models comparing solo hygiene vs. assisted hygiene.  We will also look at strategies aimed at keeping a full schedule and reducing disappointments.

Educational support provided by: Tax Saving Professionals

Tax Saving Professionals: Legal Tax Saving Strategies That Work

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For more information contact:

Will Gardner
Client Advisor
772-257-7953
w.gardner@taxsavingpros.com

AGD PACE Credit Only

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18342
Not Rated
The DSO Opportunity: What Will Your Future Be?
Faculty: Vincent Cardillo
Expiration Date: July 18, 2022
Credits: 1.5
Format: Webinar
Fee: Free
AGD Code(s): 550

Today, close to 20% of the dental industry is operated by DSOs and it’s expanding rapidly: DSOs grow at an annualized growth rate of 13% while single offices are shrinking 7% each year. Single office owners are feeling the pressure on their market share -- but also seeing the opportunity. They don’t want to be a part of corporate dentistry and are hungry to grow on their own. The problem is, many launch into growth and then quickly tumble back down. They don’t know what to expect when they buy or build that second, third, fourth office. Who to hire? How to hold them accountable? What business model - partner/no partners, branded/non-branded, acquisitions/denovos? If you think you’re ready to grow, come learn what you’ll need to know before you embark on the DSO journey. What are the most common pitfalls and how do you avoid them? What tools will you need to develop and thrive? Learn the answers from an industry veteran who has grown, led and sold multiple group practices over a 20 year career.

Educational Support Provided By: Scheduling Institute

Scheduling Institute: Dentistry’s Most Experienced Team Training & Coaching Company 
Scheduling Institute exists to grow private dental practices into thriving businesses that can be kept for a lifetime of revenue or sold for maximum value. 
To learn more about how SI can help you: Go to www.SchedulingInstitute.com & Take the 5 Star Challenge, or Call (833-230-5654)

AGD PACE Credit Only

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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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18206
Not Rated
Understanding the Neurological and Physiological Impacts of Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Your Patients
Faculty: Scotty L. Bolding, DDS, MS
Expiration Date: May 31, 2022
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 730

Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disorder Breathing are now recognized to be a leading cause of a number of health related issues affecting our patients.  As dentist it is not only important to understand the etiology of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, but it is also important to understand the effects that it has on the overall health of our patients.  Lack of sleep has a major impact on the nervous system, especially the brain.   Through this program you will learn how sleep disorder breathing can impact the autonomic nervous system and the effect that it has on brain and glial lymphatic system.  The program will also discuss various treatment options for patients related their diagnosis of Sleep Disorder Breathing or Obstructive Sleep Apnea and how you can incorporate these into your practice.

Educational Support Provided By: Carestream Dental 

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18204
Not Rated
Why Patient Education Is Not Enough: Moving from Information to Motivation
Faculty: Matthew Allen, DDS
Expiration Date: August 23, 2022
Credits: 1
Format: Webinar
Fee: $10.00
AGD Code(s): 550

In this webinar, participants will learn about patient-centered communication styles and strategies that can help patients find their motivation for making behavior changes and treatment decisions that lead, not only to improved oral health, but also to an improved relationship between patient and practitioner. 

Education support provided by: Elevate Oral Care

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