Dental: South Carolina Dental CE Requirement 14-Hour Package

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State requirements for Dentists

Included Courses

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

  • HPV and Oral Cancer: Exploring the Link - 4HRS
    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. 
  • Infection Control and Prevention in the Dental Office - 3HRS
    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 - 2HRS
    This basic-level course details the three major components of managing medical emergencies in the dental office: prevention, recognition, and treatment.
  • Prescription Drug Abuse Among Dental Patients: Scope, Prevention, and Management Considerations - 5HRS
    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. 
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South Carolina Dental CE Requirement 14-Hour Package

84.00
State requirements for Dentists

Included Courses

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

  • HPV and Oral Cancer: Exploring the Link - 4HRS
    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. 
  • Infection Control and Prevention in the Dental Office - 3HRS
    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 - 2HRS
    This basic-level course details the three major components of managing medical emergencies in the dental office: prevention, recognition, and treatment.
  • Prescription Drug Abuse Among Dental Patients: Scope, Prevention, and Management Considerations - 5HRS
    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.