Welcome to 2018!
We just finished another great year of CE on Dentaltown and I would like to thank all the amazing educators who have contributed and made Dentaltown the best site to go to for quality online dental continuing education.
The Townie Meeting 2017 Series
The Townie Meeting 2017 series contains 13 courses from the meeting's excellent speakers such as Drs. Cory Glenn, David Hornbrook, Artie Volker, Bruce Baird, Anne Koch, Tarun Agarwal, Mark Murphy, Steve Rasner and Mac Lee. You can also enjoy courses from Vicki McManus, Fred Joyal, Paul Edwards and Joleen Jackson. Combined, these courses provide 25 hours of excellent education in both clinical dentistry and practice management.
All Townie Meeting 2017 attendees have access to these courses for free. Did you miss the meeting? Don't worry, it's only $295 to receive these 25 hours of CE credits—but be sure to sign up for Townie Meeting 2018!
Dental Implants: Tips and Tricks
Dental implants are a reliable option for replacement of missing teeth, but at times can seem unnecessarily complex and cost-prohibitive. By utilizing some simple techniques such as model-based guides, and learning basic implant lab work, clinicians can make many cases more predictable and profitable.
Pediatric Dentistry: Anesthesia, Pulp
Therapy and Stainless Steel Crowns
With the Affordable Care Act mandating dental coverage for those 19 and younger, more than 3 million pediatric patients will be added to 150,000 dental practices. Treating children may become a necessity for your dental office. Pulp therapy and stainless steel crowns are procedures often considered complex when performed on pediatric patients—this course will alleviate any fear of the unknown that leads to this misconception. Indirect pulp therapy, pulpotomy and pulpectomy are discussed, with emphasis on diagnosis and technique. Stainless steel crowns are also discussed, with procedural steps explained and shown. The course also discusses Wren's process for using nitrous oxide, appropriate topical anesthesia and local anesthesia to achieve painless injections.
What to Post: 25 Essential
Social Media Posts
Most dentists know that social media marketing is important but often fall short of effectively producing quality, consistent content. In this course, Syrbu provides 25 essential social media posts that any dental office can incorporate into its marketing strategy, along with examples from dental offices across the country.
Composite Full-Mouth Rehabilitations
the "dkdocterry" Way
For the past 25 years, Shaw has been doing composite bridges with excellent success. Bridges provide a great solution for post-ortho missing anterior teeth until the patient is old enough for an implant, seniors on a limited budget, or a fast solution for someone waiting for bone healing and remodeling before more definitive treatment.
Silver Is the New Black: Improving Your Practice with Silver Diamine Fluoride
Silver diamine fluoride is a revolutionary approach to combating caries in an effective and noninvasive manner. Discover the history and science behind this powerful oral medicine that recently received the prestigious FDA "breakthrough therapy" designation, and learn how to successfully incorporate this caries management treatment into your clinical practice today, including restorative options.
The Top 10 List for an Emergency Kit: Color Coding
This course describes the essential drugs needed for an emergency kit and how to use them according to color coding the medical emergencies. It also addresses how dentists can recognize the early signs and symptoms of potential crisis situations.
Improving Your Confidence and Competence in Office Oral Surgery: Atraumatic Surgical Extractions, Flaps and Splitting Teeth
This presentation recorded at Townie Meeting will cover important oral surgery topics for the general dentist, including management of patients on anticoagulants, antibiotic prophylaxis, design and use of surgical flaps, handpieces and hand instruments; surgical extractions, splitting teeth, retrieving root tips, and atraumatic extraction techniques
Dental Implants from Planning
to Restoration: Restorative
Examples for Implants
This course delves into the physics surrounding implantology and the effect both the patient and the restoration can have on the peri-implant tissue. Other topics featured as part of the course include implant design, primary stability and achieving ultimate treatment success.
Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics
Successfully treating patients with fixed prosthodontics requires a mastery of materials and mechanical concepts, as well as a respect for tooth structure. We need to be aware of the interactions between preparation design, margin configuration, core buildups or posts, and the luting agent. After viewing this course, you'll be able to identify the causes of failures and prevent them from recurring.
Dental Duct Tape
Glass ionomer materials have come a long way in the past few decades; these bioactive materials are uniquely positioned to help manage dental caries. This course will present indications for these materials, including using them as liners, bases, sealants and restorations for root caries and noncarious cervical lesions. Differences between traditional glass ionomers and resin-modified glass ionomers will be discussed. Many cases will be shown in this fast-paced course.
Hiring and Developing Your
Team the Right Way
Do you hire based on whether you like the person you’re interviewing? Reimagine your hiring methods and discover proven approaches to attracting, interviewing and hiring the talent you want. You’ll build a strategic plan to attract the new people you need, and to maximize the gifts and talents of your current team on the way to achieving your vision for your practice.
Avoiding Burnout: Use S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Systems to Work Less, Make More and Enjoy Practice Again!
We all struggle. Burnout is an ever-increasing problem in our industry and it's not going away. Learn to apply Dr. Griffin's S.M.A.R.T.E.R. systems framework to create a practice that makes your own dream practice lifestyle possible and experience the freedom of having options. The system's only goal is to help you work less, make more and enjoy practice again because you deserve it!
The Essentials of Endodontic Emergencies: Diagnosis, Safe Access
and Infection Management
This course teaches the essential skills needed to confidently handle endodontic emergencies in a general practice setting. The material presented will help clinicians apply protocols and tips on how to efficiently diagnose, access and locate canals safely. Infection management and postoperative instructions and communication are discussed in detail.
Email us your ideas for continuing ed courses
If you’ve got an idea for a CE course you’d like to offer, email Dentaltown’s director
of continuing education, Dr. Howard Goldstein, at firstname.lastname@example.org.