Oral Sedation Dentistry

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Location: 

Hampton Inn

1900 NW 150th Ave

Pembroke Pines, Fl 33028

Date: 

March 28  and 29 2020- Fort Lauderdale, Fl

July 20 and 21 2019- Fort Lauderdale, Fl

July 28 and 29  2018- Seminole, FL (Near Tampa)

Course Fee: $1545

Includes Comprehensive Reference Manual

 

 

 

 

CE Credits:

16 credit hours

Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement (6/1/2008) to (5/31/2022)

An engaging international lecturer, Dr. Feck has been a featured speaker throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. His well-known teaching and lecturing style blends humor with contagious passion

Sedation dentistry provides an ideal environment for the ultimate in a relaxed dental experience. Patients remember little of the appointment and feel as though hours are mere minutes. With oral sedation dentistry, both your most frightened patients and extensive appointments are transformed into the best visits - for both your patient and you.  Even with patients who have little fear of dentistry, treating a sedated patient allows you to perform  higher quality  dentistry, and more of it per unit time, making it an ideal adjunct to placing dental implants.

Topics and learning objectives include:


1.  The promise of sedation dentistry - realize the untapped potential for you and your patients
2.  Sedation science - learn what you need to know in a simple, straightforward format
3.  Airway maintenance and management - learn how to protect your patient from the greatest risk  introduced by sedation
4.  Monitoring the sedation patient - at all times know your patient's most important physiological parameters
5.  Patient selection - as with any discipline, choosing the right patient to treat is the key to success
6.  Sedation protocols - learn the most successful methods for ultimate safety and comfort
7.  Special populations - learn how certain patients should alter your sedation treatment plan
8.  Sedation systems - from the phone call to completion of treatment, learn how to successfully implement
  sedation into your practice