Continuing Education Update by Dr. Howard Goldstein

Dentaltown Magazine

by Howard M. Goldstein, DMD, Director of Continuing Education, Dentaltown magazine


More than a decade ago, Dentaltown began its continuing education program with the goal of providing outstanding online educational content at an affordable price. Today, you can choose from more than 400 top-notch courses in the privacy of your own home (or wherever you want!) and earn credit when you’re finished. Take a look at just a few of our courses below and check out the rest at dentaltown.com/ce. The best part? Students can view all CE courses for free. (To receive CE credits, though, payment is required.)

Tips to Restore Broken-Down Teeth (Anterior and Posterior) with Composite
by Dr. Cory Glenn
This course explores tips for achieving predictable results in restoring broken-down teeth, both in the anterior and posterior, with composite resin. Detailed techniques include the “resin stamp technique,” use of a specially curved band and the “palatal shelf technique.” Glenn dives into detail so that any restorative dentist can use his insightful techniques.

Endo for GPs: Better, Faster and Safer Root Canals—Access, Narrow Canals and More
by Dr. Manor Haas
In this practical course, you will learn how you can perform root canals better, faster and safer. Many clinical tips and tricks will be demonstrated both for novice and experienced GPs, who may want to perform (more) root canals, with less stress. Discussed topics include anesthesia, rubber dam use, access, microscopes, MB2s and management of narrow canals.

Buying a Dental Practice: Buy-Ins/Buyouts and Mergers
by Tim Lott
This course dives into specific red and green flags that a buyer needs to be aware of when going through this process. A must for all those with plans to undertake this big step now or in the future.

Associates, Partnerships, Acquisitions—Oh, My!
by Jason Wood
This course is for young dentists who are interested in entering an associate agreement; purchasing an interest in a dental practice and forming a partnership; attempting to do a dental practice startup; or purchasing a dental practice and becoming the sole owner.

The Essentials of Endodontic Emergencies: Diagnosis, Safe Access and Infection Management
by Dr. Brett Gilbert
This course is designed to teach the essential skills needed to confidently handle endodontic emergencies in the 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.

We also have the multicourse Dr. Howard Farran’s One-Day Dental MBA. Dentaltown’s founder shares his proven techniques to increase your productivity, boost your bottom line and build your business. Don’t miss his live and unfiltered insights on dentistry and business, along with an insider’s view of his dental practice. Enjoy learning from the comfort of your home!

 

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440+ more courses online!
Digital workflows. Latest endodontic treatment. A to Z on implants. Economic trends in dentistry and how they can affect your practice. Interpreting CBCT images. Almost anything you’d like to learn more about, we’ve got CE on. To search your options, visit dentaltown.com/ce.

 

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