Continuing Education

Inside the Continuing Education section, you will find websites DenteMax recommends to gather instructional information for your career along with a list for our top 5 favorite continuing education courses.

American Dental Association
Offers quality course content at a reduced rate to the dental community. Available 24 hours a day at your convenience. You need to be a member of the ADA to access these courses.
Choose from more than 150 free continuing dental education courses – a CE library provided exclusively by Procter & Gamble’s Crest Oral-B. The Procter & Gamble Company is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider and is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry for Fellowship, Mastership, and Membership Maintenance Credit. See details below.

DenteMax’s Top 5 Favorite Continuing Education Courses

Treating Patients with Autism in a Dental Setting
Autism affects 1 in 88 US children.  It is more common than pediatric AIDS, diabetes, and cancer combined.  Individuals with autism have difficulties with communication, social interaction and sensory processing.  These characteristics pose very unique challenges in a dental setting.  This course will give the dental team members a better understanding of the disorder and prepare professionals for the rewarding experience of helping patients with autism.
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Dental Benefits 101
This course provides basic information on the various types of dental benefit programs in the marketplace including cost containment measures used by these plans.
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Downloadable at a cost of $41.00 with ADA membership
Source: ADA CE Online

Dental Anatomy: A Review
It is important for the dental team to know the appearance of normal anatomy of the face and oral cavity.
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Downloadable PDF or Online Course
Source: - Antoinette Metivier; Kimberly Bland, CDA, EFDA, M.Ed.

Keeping the Dental Office Running Smoothly: Day-to-Day Tasks
This course gives valuable insights on supply management, handling and sorting mail, banking, and uniquely dental office duties such as handling controlled substances.
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Source: ADA CE Online

Sports-Related Dental Injuries and Sports Dentistry
Whether for exercise, competition or the simple enjoyment of participating, increasing numbers of health conscious Americans are involved in sporting activities. This course is designed to explain the various sports-related dental injuries, discuss the three types of mouth guards utilized and the dental team’s role in sports-related injuries and sports dentistry.
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