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The formal continuing education programs of the Maryland State Dental Association are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership/LLSR credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 5/1/2022 through 6/30/2024. Provider ID# 219250
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March 15th @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT
2nd Annual MSDAF CE Day
Hybrid Event (In-Person & Live/Virtual Options)
Join the MSDA Foundation for their 2nd Annual CE Day and earn up to 6 CE Credits!
March 16th @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
CPR Renewal for the Dental Practitioner (NON-CREDIT COURSE)
Designed for all members of the dental team who need to renew CPR requirements for relicensure. CPR Instructors are affiliates of the American Heart Association (AHA). Upon successful completion of this training, participants will receive an American Heart Association (AHA) course completion card with a suggested retraining date of two years. This course fulfills CDE requirements for CPR certification renewal. This course is not awarded CEU. CPR class is held in person, at the MSDA office.
FEES: MSDA Member $100 | $200 Non-Member
$75 Dental Assistants / Hygienists / Office Staff
INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Kay Hickman
March 16th @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
8 Hour Radiation Safety Update (8 CE Credits)
This syllabus is intended to provide information for the continuing education course, “Essentials of Dental Radiography for the Dental Assistant: Oral Radiography Review Course.” The course is designed to provide dental assistants with eight hours of continuing education in the didactic and clinical knowledge necessary to maintain certification in radiation hygiene, radiation protection, and radiographic techniques. Since the use of dental imaging is ubiquitous in dental practices, the course also provides a review of dental radiography appropriate for dental hygienists and dentists.
Lecture presentations will emphasize the potential hazards associated with the use of ionizing radiation and safety precautions to be utilized in dental radiography. Time permitting, the theory and techniques used for the placement, exposure, and processing of dental radiographs will be reviewed. Basic concepts of digital imaging will be discussed, compared, and contrasted with conventional radiography as appropriate. Professional, legal, and ethical considerations in dental radiography will be emphasized throughout the course.
- Understand the theory and techniques used for the placement, exposure, and processing of dental radiographs
- Understand the basic concepts of digital imaging
- Compare and contrast digital imaging with conventional radiography
- Understand the legal and ethical considerations in dental radiography
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Fees: $155 MSDA Members & Auxiliary | $255 Non Members
Instructor: Ron Holderman, DDS, Ed.D, FAGD
Location: LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE (LECTURE)
*The speaker has stated there is no conflict of interest. Signed conflict of interest forms are available upon request.
April 2nd @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Proper Pharmacologic Prescribing and Disposal for Dental Practitioners (2 CEs)
Maryland dentists need two hours of a “Proper Prescribing and Disposal” course. This course is approved for providing the necessary two hours of instruction mandated by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. The goal of this course is to articulate and inform Maryland dental licensees about the role dental practitioners play in preventing prescription drug abuse, prescription drug addiction and ways of mitigating addiction through Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs). This is a live virtual course.
- Write a prescription in proper format for an opioid pain reliever
- List the nonopioid drugs as opioid alternatives for post-surgery pain control
- Know the 5 DEA schedules of drugs and the important drugs within each
- List the most abused prescribed drugs
- Recognize dependent patients and doctor shoppers
- Know best practices for handling and disposal of controlled substances
- Be familiar with support services for dependent practitioners
Instructor: Dr. R.L. Wynn
Fees: Members: $100 Auxiliary: $75.00 Non-Members: $200.00CE Courses/Schedule/Fees – MSDA Continuing Education Courses (cvent.com)
Conflict of Interest: Disclaimer: The author has no commercial or personal affiliation with any of the products in the program, they are used strictly for educational purposes and do not imply an endorsement.
April 12th @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation: Myths, Metal, and Motion (6 CEs)-HANDS ON
In this hands-on workshop, our new “Blend Technique” will be introduced, and participants will learn how to use it effectively in all root canal types. After attending this workshop, you will improve your instrumentation predictability while dramatically reducing instrument separation.
Furthermore, a simple yet effective obturation method will be introduced that combines the latest in material science with endodontic synchronicity for passive, bonded root canal obturation. All participants will have the opportunity to validate these concepts during the workshop. Get ready to improve your instrumentation predictability and gutta percha cone-fit while dramatically reducing instrument separation. Real World Endo remains dedicated to the preservation of the natural dentition.
Fees: $500 Member Dentists | $650.00 Non-Member Dentists
Instructor: Bradley Trattner, DDS
Location: Hands On @ MSDA Headquarters
PLEASE BRING ANY ACCESSED, EXTRACTED TEETH YOU MAY WANT TO WORK ON.
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The speaker has stated there is no conflict of interest. Signed conflict of interest forms are available upon request.
May 14th @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Infection Control in the Era of Covid-19 (3 CE’s)
The cluster of severe pneumonia cases caused by a novel coronavirus first reported in Wuhan, China in December of 2019 has now circled the globe. To date millions cases have been reported and the number of cases in the USA as well as worldwide are increasing at an alarming rate. The cause of these infections was shortly identified as a novel of coronavirus similar to the SARS coronavirus that emerged in 2003. Although similar to SARS this new virus has been identified as a novel, never reported virus now called SARS-CoV-2. This virus causes a severe acute respiratory syndrome in some patients and this disease has been named COVID-19 (coronavirus disease-2019). Unfortunately, this virus is capable of very efficient person-to-person transmission and was declared a pandemic by March of 2020. The alarming spread of this infection in the USA has had a dramatic adverse impact on dental practice. This program will provide dental providers with the latest information on the epidemiology, testing, treatment and management of COVID-19. The latest COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination strategies will be discusses. Additionally, this program will provide dental providers with the latest information on the management of COVID-19 in the dental office. Paramount to controlling this pandemic are the principles of respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette and enhancements in respiratory protection that may need to be implemented. Emphasis will be placed on compliance issues and how a practical, cost effective “safe workplace” can be achieved in 2024. This course fulfills CDE requirements for infection control and requirements for annual OSHA training.
Instructor: Dr. Lou DePaola
Fees: MSDA Member $100, Non-Member $200, Auxiliary Staff $75
Conflict of Interest Disclaimer: The author has no commercial or personal affiliation with any of the products in the program, they are used strictly for educational purposes and do not imply an endorsement.