Dental: Kansas Dental Full CE Requirement 60-Hour Package
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  • CDC and the Practice of Dental Hygiene 2
    The purpose of this course is to familiarize the dental hygienist with the document Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Health-Care Settings, 2003. The 2016 CDC document, Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings: Basic Expectations for Safe Care will be introduced and discussed, and new information relevant to the practice of dental hygiene published by CDC since 2003 will be presented
  • Dental Ethics and the Digital Age: 3 Hour, Updated 1st Edition 3
    This basic-level course will help dental professionals gain a better understanding of dental ethics, professionalism, and current ethical challenges, with a particular emphasis on the impact of the digital age. A section of this course will address the ways that the law and ethics intersect. Through a systematic, case-based approach, this course will provide dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with the tools to recognize and navigate the complex ethical issues that may arise in practice.
  • Dental Public Health Practice, Infrastructure, and Workforce in the United States 3
    This basic level course, appropriate for all dental professionals, outlines dental public health, its focus, infrastructure, and how the dental public health workforce strives to improve populations oral health.
  • Dental Sealants: Clinical Considerations for Selection and Placement 2
    This basic-level course is designed for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants who wish to review the latest research and recommendations regarding the use of dental sealants. The course discusses the epidemiology of caries disease and the materials currently used in dental sealants.
  • Denture Cleansing: An Essential Part of Patient Care 2
    This basic-level course reviews the diverse colonization of microorganisms found on dentures and the associated oral and systemic health risks, the correlation between candidal infestation of dentures and denture-induced stomatitis, and the pros and cons of various denture cleansing methods. 
  • Family Violence: Implications for Dental Patients and Practice 2
    Members of the dental team must become more aware of the problem of family violence to help prevent abuse and neglect. Clinical protocols can easily be modified to include identification and intervention for cases of suspected abuse and neglect. By applying the knowledge of symptomatology obtained in this basic-level course and providing appropriate intervention, every member of the dental team can help stem the epidemic of family violence. 
  • Geriatric Dentistry: Providing Care for an Aging Population 3
    The purpose of this course is to help all dental professionals gain an appreciation for the significant opportunities the aging population will bring to their practices, along with the challenges. This course will provide dental professionals with basic knowledge and information in gerontology and geriatric dentistry that will enhance their ability to diagnose and manage older patients who have been affected by age-dependent or age-associated changes. 
  • Herbal-Drug Interactions Important in Dentistry 3
    This basic-level course describes the prevalence and risk for interactions involving herbal medicines and lists the herbal medications and drugs of greatest concern to dental professionals.
  • HPV and Oral Cancer: Exploring the Link 4
    This intermediate-level course provides dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with general information about HPV, evidence of the association between oral HPV and oral cancer, and effective ways to further communicate this information to patients. This course provides dental professionals with information that will enable them to effectively meet the challenges they face as the link between HPV and oral health continues to emerge. 
  • Human Trafficking: Overview for Healthcare Professionals 3
    This intermediate level course for healthcare professionals is an introduction into the complex crime of human trafficking, with a focus on sex and labor trafficking and the common symptoms and conditions that occur in trafficked persons. The course provides insights into the facts surrounding human trafficking and relevant health risks for the trafficked person. 
  • Infection Control and Prevention in the Dental Office 3
    This basic-level course reviews the published guidelines and principles of infection control that are essential to prevent the spread of infectious disease in the dental office. Its content is relevant to all dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants. The course focuses on six core elements of infection control and describes each element in the context of the practice of dentistry. 
  • Management of Medical Emergencies 2
    This basic-level course details the three major components of managing medical emergencies in the dental office: prevention, recognition, and treatment.
  • Medication-Related Damage to Oral Hard and Soft Tissues 2
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to prepare dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants to identify these medication-related adverse effects and treat or assist in treating them.
  • Medicinal Marijuana Review 4
    Designed for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants, this intermediate-level course will review the pharmacology and current state of medicinal marijuana as it relates to oral health care. The information presented in this course should be considered essential knowledge for all OHCPs, both seasoned and newly credentialed. 
  • Nitrous Oxide–Oxygen Inhalational Sedation: Managing Pain and Anxiety 3
    This course reviews the history, pharmacology, and contemporary techniques of N2O/O2 sedation in the dental setting, discusses the continuum of consciousness and examines where N2O/O2 sedation may fit in the treatment paradigm. This course will also fill gaps in knowledge concerning patient selection, regulations, contraindications, and techniques for appropriate administration in certain special populations requiring advanced consideration. 
  • Prescription Drug Abuse Among Dental Patients: Scope, Prevention, and Management Considerations 5
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to provide dental practitioners with an appreciation of the scope of the problem of prescription drug abuse and a realization that the misuse and abuse of these drugs likely take place among the patient populations they serve. By becoming familiar with the pharmacology of the most commonly abused drugs, the risk factors for developing addictive behaviors, and the manner in which these medications are commonly acquired, dental providers will be positioned to curb prescribing practices that contribute to this growing problem and will be better able to serve their patients and their communities as informed prevention advocates. 
  • Protecting Patient Safety in the Dental Office: Preventing Medical/Dental Errors 4
    This basic-level course discusses the current state of medical/dental errors and patient safety. Along with highlighting the different types and causes of medical/dental errors, strategies to prevent or control medical/dental errors are presented, and methods of identifying, analyzing, and reporting medical/dental errors are discussed. 
  • Review of HIV/AIDS for Dental Professionals 2
    This course discusses the most common oral manifestations among patients with HIV/AIDS, their clinical appearance, and their underlying etiologic factors, which can reach a pathogenic state during HIV/AIDS-induced immunosuppression.
  • Role of Dentists in Prescribing Opioid Analgesics & Antibiotics 3
    This intermediate-level course, appropriate for all dental professionals, reviews opioid analgesic and antibiotic prescribing practices in dentistry, the impact of opioid analgesic overdose, and prevention strategies to reduce over-prescribing of these agents. 
  • Tobacco Cessation: The Dental Health Professional's Role, 2nd Edition 3
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to provide dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with background and guidelines for tobacco interventions in clinical practice. The course will discuss the prevalence of smoking of combustible tobacco and use of smokeless tobacco products as well as the health risks of tobacco use and tobacco exposure. 
  • Working With Fearful and Anxious Dental Patients 2
    The purpose of this intermediate-level course is to familiarize the dentist and every member of the dental team with nonpharmacological techniques and strategies for guiding and supporting fearful dental patients.
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Kansas Dental Full CE Requirement 60-Hour Package

360.00
Full state requirements for Dentists

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • CDC and the Practice of Dental Hygiene 2
    The purpose of this course is to familiarize the dental hygienist with the document Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Health-Care Settings, 2003. The 2016 CDC document, Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings: Basic Expectations for Safe Care will be introduced and discussed, and new information relevant to the practice of dental hygiene published by CDC since 2003 will be presented
  • Dental Ethics and the Digital Age: 3 Hour, Updated 1st Edition 3
    This basic-level course will help dental professionals gain a better understanding of dental ethics, professionalism, and current ethical challenges, with a particular emphasis on the impact of the digital age. A section of this course will address the ways that the law and ethics intersect. Through a systematic, case-based approach, this course will provide dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with the tools to recognize and navigate the complex ethical issues that may arise in practice.
  • Dental Public Health Practice, Infrastructure, and Workforce in the United States 3
    This basic level course, appropriate for all dental professionals, outlines dental public health, its focus, infrastructure, and how the dental public health workforce strives to improve populations oral health.
  • Dental Sealants: Clinical Considerations for Selection and Placement 2
    This basic-level course is designed for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants who wish to review the latest research and recommendations regarding the use of dental sealants. The course discusses the epidemiology of caries disease and the materials currently used in dental sealants.
  • Denture Cleansing: An Essential Part of Patient Care 2
    This basic-level course reviews the diverse colonization of microorganisms found on dentures and the associated oral and systemic health risks, the correlation between candidal infestation of dentures and denture-induced stomatitis, and the pros and cons of various denture cleansing methods. 
  • Family Violence: Implications for Dental Patients and Practice 2
    Members of the dental team must become more aware of the problem of family violence to help prevent abuse and neglect. Clinical protocols can easily be modified to include identification and intervention for cases of suspected abuse and neglect. By applying the knowledge of symptomatology obtained in this basic-level course and providing appropriate intervention, every member of the dental team can help stem the epidemic of family violence. 
  • Geriatric Dentistry: Providing Care for an Aging Population 3
    The purpose of this course is to help all dental professionals gain an appreciation for the significant opportunities the aging population will bring to their practices, along with the challenges. This course will provide dental professionals with basic knowledge and information in gerontology and geriatric dentistry that will enhance their ability to diagnose and manage older patients who have been affected by age-dependent or age-associated changes. 
  • Herbal-Drug Interactions Important in Dentistry 3
    This basic-level course describes the prevalence and risk for interactions involving herbal medicines and lists the herbal medications and drugs of greatest concern to dental professionals.
  • HPV and Oral Cancer: Exploring the Link 4
    This intermediate-level course provides dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with general information about HPV, evidence of the association between oral HPV and oral cancer, and effective ways to further communicate this information to patients. This course provides dental professionals with information that will enable them to effectively meet the challenges they face as the link between HPV and oral health continues to emerge. 
  • Human Trafficking: Overview for Healthcare Professionals 3
    This intermediate level course for healthcare professionals is an introduction into the complex crime of human trafficking, with a focus on sex and labor trafficking and the common symptoms and conditions that occur in trafficked persons. The course provides insights into the facts surrounding human trafficking and relevant health risks for the trafficked person. 
  • Infection Control and Prevention in the Dental Office 3
    This basic-level course reviews the published guidelines and principles of infection control that are essential to prevent the spread of infectious disease in the dental office. Its content is relevant to all dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants. The course focuses on six core elements of infection control and describes each element in the context of the practice of dentistry. 
  • Management of Medical Emergencies 2
    This basic-level course details the three major components of managing medical emergencies in the dental office: prevention, recognition, and treatment.
  • Medication-Related Damage to Oral Hard and Soft Tissues 2
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to prepare dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants to identify these medication-related adverse effects and treat or assist in treating them.
  • Medicinal Marijuana Review 4
    Designed for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants, this intermediate-level course will review the pharmacology and current state of medicinal marijuana as it relates to oral health care. The information presented in this course should be considered essential knowledge for all OHCPs, both seasoned and newly credentialed. 
  • Nitrous Oxide–Oxygen Inhalational Sedation: Managing Pain and Anxiety 3
    This course reviews the history, pharmacology, and contemporary techniques of N2O/O2 sedation in the dental setting, discusses the continuum of consciousness and examines where N2O/O2 sedation may fit in the treatment paradigm. This course will also fill gaps in knowledge concerning patient selection, regulations, contraindications, and techniques for appropriate administration in certain special populations requiring advanced consideration. 
  • Prescription Drug Abuse Among Dental Patients: Scope, Prevention, and Management Considerations 5
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to provide dental practitioners with an appreciation of the scope of the problem of prescription drug abuse and a realization that the misuse and abuse of these drugs likely take place among the patient populations they serve. By becoming familiar with the pharmacology of the most commonly abused drugs, the risk factors for developing addictive behaviors, and the manner in which these medications are commonly acquired, dental providers will be positioned to curb prescribing practices that contribute to this growing problem and will be better able to serve their patients and their communities as informed prevention advocates. 
  • Protecting Patient Safety in the Dental Office: Preventing Medical/Dental Errors 4
    This basic-level course discusses the current state of medical/dental errors and patient safety. Along with highlighting the different types and causes of medical/dental errors, strategies to prevent or control medical/dental errors are presented, and methods of identifying, analyzing, and reporting medical/dental errors are discussed. 
  • Review of HIV/AIDS for Dental Professionals 2
    This course discusses the most common oral manifestations among patients with HIV/AIDS, their clinical appearance, and their underlying etiologic factors, which can reach a pathogenic state during HIV/AIDS-induced immunosuppression.
  • Role of Dentists in Prescribing Opioid Analgesics & Antibiotics 3
    This intermediate-level course, appropriate for all dental professionals, reviews opioid analgesic and antibiotic prescribing practices in dentistry, the impact of opioid analgesic overdose, and prevention strategies to reduce over-prescribing of these agents. 
  • Tobacco Cessation: The Dental Health Professional's Role, 2nd Edition 3
    The purpose of this basic-level course is to provide dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants with background and guidelines for tobacco interventions in clinical practice. The course will discuss the prevalence of smoking of combustible tobacco and use of smokeless tobacco products as well as the health risks of tobacco use and tobacco exposure. 
  • Working With Fearful and Anxious Dental Patients 2
    The purpose of this intermediate-level course is to familiarize the dentist and every member of the dental team with nonpharmacological techniques and strategies for guiding and supporting fearful dental patients.