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SAO Annual Meeting – Southern Association of Orthodontists

October 5 - October 8

We are so excited to welcome you to SAO Annual Meeting. In this tumultuous time they have defined as their brand: EDUCATION. SERVICE. Commitment to EXCELLENCE. EDUCATION – there have been assembled one of the broadest CE programs in SAO history. And the education continues through Saturday late afternoon for those doctors unable to take time from work to enjoy the earlier days of the meeting. SERVICE – we partnered with a fantastic organization called Give Kids the World Village. Through them you…

AAOMS Annual Meeting, Scientific Sessions and Exhibition – American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

October 9 - October 14

Meeting the Challenge: Innovative Care of the Surgical Patient Just a few of the exciting features awaiting you at this year's meeting. President's Event – A Night at the Newseum Clinical Modules NEW - Clean the World ONE Project to assemble hygiene kits for Veterans Practice Management and Allied Staff Sessions Day Pass Vegas Venture Game for AAOMS Fellows and Members Exhibit Excursion Game for Residents and Professional Allied Staff Keynote Address Sessions & Events Information at your fingertips! View COMPLETE…

PCSO Annual Session – Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists

October 11 - October 15

The PCSO Annual Session is PCSO’s “main event” each year! Attending this meeting will provide educational sessions for doctors and staff, complimentary breakfast for all attendees, 20+ CE credits, networking opportunities with colleagues, exhibitor specials, and much much more. At this event you can present your E-Poster, exhibit your great facilities and even get the hotel discount for meeting attendee!

AAID Annual Educational Conference – American Academy of Implant Dentistry

October 11 - October 14

The American Academy of Implant Dentistry provides many educational opportunities.  Continuing education courses are offered at every level of expertise for generalists and specialists. Whether you are a practitioner who performs all phases of implant treatment or a member of a team, a newcomer to implant dentistry or an experienced professional, you can find something oriented for you. Through the meetings, continuing education course opportunities and credentialing program, the Academy provides dentists with valuable experiences that help expand expertise in…

License Renewal Seminar: UPDATED to include OSHA, Risk Management & Record Keeping – The University of Florida

October 13 @ 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

While the Florida Board requires 30 hours of CEU for dentists, 24 hours of CEU for hygienists and 18 hours of CEU for dental labs, every biennium in order to renew your Florida license, there are certain specific courses that the state requires for relicensure. This one-day seminar is designed to satisfy those requirements. *Prevention of Medical Errors (2 CEU) This unit shall include a study of root cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, and patient safety. AGD# 159 **Domestic…

ADA Annual Session – American Dental Association

October 19 - October 24

ADA is the premier event for dentists and dental professionals who are looking for the highest quality, most innovative and effective continuing education to improve patient care. The best and brightest leaders in the dental community share the latest research, techniques and clinical applications, helping you enhance the success of your practice 300+ continuing education courses offer plenty of skills and ideas for you and your dental team to take home and use right away. 550+ exhibitors in the exhibit hall…

Orthodontics for the General Dentist or Pediatric Dentist – The University of Florida

October 20 - October 22

This comprehensive course provided by orthodontists on staff at the University of Florida is designed to enhance the practitioner’s fundamental knowledge of facial growth and development, to facilitate the skills needed to identify malocclusions, and to develop a working understanding of orthodontic diagnosis and treatment. Additionally, the practitioner will be taught to recognize and treat occlusal and skeletal problems indicating interceptive, limited, and comprehensive orthodontic treatment, as well as recognize more complex and severe occlusal and skeletal problems which should…

Basic Airway Management Course for Dentists: Changes to Anesthesia Rules – University of Florida

October 20 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Any dentist performing sedation or providing care to a sedated patient should be able to provide airway management and ventilation for a patient encountering respiratory distress. The goal of the basic airway course is to educate the practitioner in basic airway assessment via history and physical assessment of the patient and to review relevant anatomy, physiology and equipment. The practitioner will learn the motor skills necessary to initiate basic airway management with regards to relieving obstruction, insertion of airway adjuncts,…

Cone Beam Computed Tomography: Interpretation Clerkship – The University of Florida

October 26 - October 27

This course offers a 2.25 day clerkship opportunity to observe and learn the basic principles of CBCT imaging in dentistry and interpretation. The experience includes 8 hours of recorded video, approx. 6 of which will be viewed on-site, with attending radiologists providing input in case of questions or other clarifications needed. The clerkship will provide a general overview of the interpretation process through hands-on experience with several maxillofacial CBCT cases. Participants will be trained on the use of software and…

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office: High Fidelity Interactive Simulation Exercises and Debriefing Discussions for the Dental Team – The University of Florida

October 27 @ 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

As medical science advances, it is expected that dentists will encounter an increase in the number of medically complex patients seeking routine dental care. Dentists are frequently challenged by the medically compromised patients who present for treatment. Not only is it difficult to keep up with the medical knowledge necessary to understand the status of your patients, it is sometimes difficult to decide which medical issues are important to your dental care, and which issues should alert you to the…

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