Live, Interactive Webcast Continuing Education Course - 3 Hours Credit
Instructor: Dr. Kenneth Colerick
Dental professional need to be equipped to deal with different forms of dental emergencies to teeth, bone and oral soft tissues. Some emergencies come from injuries suffered as a result of trauma (falls, sports injuries, car accidents, etc.). Other emergencies occur as the consequence of dental procedures (extractions, root canals, oral surgery, etc.). This course will look at how to assess various forms of emergencies and deal with them appropriately.
In addition, this course will look at the most common dental procedures that result in dental pain and give tips on how to reduce the likelihood of post-procedure pain.
After completing this course, the clinician will be able to:
- Learn how to handle the emergency patient.
- Learn how to avoid a hypersensitive tooth when placing composites.
- Learn how to diagnose irreversible pulpitis from a hypersensitive tooth.
- Learn how bacteria influences the tissues around teeth.
- Learn how to repair a fractured tooth.v
- Learn how to avoid emergencies after an extraction.
About Live, Interactive Webcast Continuing Education Seminars:
Anyone who has access to a computer that can play sound can participate in an ACES webcast seminar. No special computer knowledge or equipment is required to participate in our webcast seminars.
When you enroll in any ACES webcast course, you will be sent an e-mail with complete information on how to join the online seminar and a copy of the course syllabus. At the conclusion of your live seminar, you will complete a course examination online. You will then be able to print your continuing education certificate from your computer.
Advanced Continuing Education Systems is an ADA CERP Recognized provider for dental continuing education.
Advanced Continuing Education Systems (Provider RP4393) has been approved by the Dental Board of California as a provider of dental continuing education.
To learn more about ACES and this course: call 888-844-ACES