Michigan Dental Continuing Education

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3 Mandatory Hours
57 Elective Hours
60 Total Hours
3 Mandatory Hours
57 Elective Hours
60 Total Hours

Individual Michigan Dental courses

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Peri-Implantitis: Basics & Beyond
2 Hrs
This course will explore the histology of peri-implantitis, the risk factors, management, and also discuss what steps are involved in obtaining the diagnosis of peri-implantitis.
2 Hrs
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Diagnosing and Managing Care Plans for Patients with Periodontal Disease
2 Hrs
Establish guidelines for when to recommend SCRP, make a care plan and include treatments and time needed for each appointment, determine how often periodontal patients receive follow-up care.
2 Hrs
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Managing Patient Care for Individuals with Special Needs
2 Hrs
Special needs patients have different needs when it comes to dental care, they can be predisposed to early periodontal disease, and additional side effects that impact the oral cavity.
2 Hrs
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Oral Health Considerations for Geriatric Patients
2 Hrs
This course is appropriate for all members of the dental team (including dentists, hygienists and assistants) who want to incorporate prevention focused dental techniques while caring for older patients. Because dental professionals play a specific role in the quality of life and nutritional habits of seniors, it is vital to understand the adaptations of care planning and working with third-party caregivers to see that patients are looked after properly.
2 Hrs
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Pain Management for the Dental Professional
1 Hrs
Pain assessment and management have gained attention in awareness, as it has been undertreated and inadequately managed. However, understanding the difference between acute and chronic pain is important.
1 Hrs
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Updates on Laser Therapy in Dentistry and Integration in the Dental Office
4 Hrs
A look at the science behind lasers and the benefits in general dentistry, knowledge and understanding of how and when to apply laser therapy, and learn to carefully approach laser application.
4 Hrs
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Dental Side Effects of Common Pediatric Prescriptions
2 Hrs

This course provides an overview of common prescription and certain over-the-counter medications administered to children for prevalent systemic health conditions and diseases, and the impact these drugs have on a child’s oral health. This course will also discuss medicinal marijuana (although not legal in all states). The goal is to educate the dental team on specific considerations and observations they should make during ongoing care as they relate directly to said medications. 

2 Hrs
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Soft Tissue Grafting: From When It All Began to Today
2 Hrs

This course offers general knowledge regarding soft tissue grafting techniques used in periodontics. Topics range from a history and rationale of the approach to different techniques and therapeutic advantages thereof. The course discusses the approach to soft tissue grafting as far as evaluation and when to refer. It concludes with expected and unexpected outcomes as they relate to healing, as well as long-term effects of different therapies.

2 Hrs