Special Needs Dentistry – You Can Do It! Session 4 of 5
July 23 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Special Needs Dentistry – You Can Do It!
Free Five-Part CE Course for Dental Professionals.
Now in Webinar Format: Special Needs Dentistry – You Can Do It! is a free continuing education course series offered to dentists and dental hygienists to update their knowledge in special needs dentistry. Matthew R. Cooke, DDS, MD, MPH, will present the most current clinical information regarding effective and safe dental care for individuals with special health care needs. Topics to be addressed include providing care for individuals with special needs; treatment planning; disabilities, syndromes, and conditions with orofacial manifestations; ethics, advocacy, and trends in special care dentistry; and finally, integration of special needs dentistry into your practice.
There will be five 2-hour virtual sessions offered in the series, with each session building upon the information presented in the prior sessions. Each session will be granted 2-hours CE credit. Participants are encouraged to attend all five sessions of the course for a total of 10 hours CE credit. Registration is required for each session. Course sessions will NOT be available for future viewing.
The speakers have no relevant financial relationships to disclose. No prior skill level or knowledge of special needs dentistry is required. However, the course intended audience is licensed dentists and dental hygienists.
Come join us for our first grant-funded continuing education webinar series! We look forward to seeing you Thursday evenings in July! Find additional details, including agendas for each session here.
Register below for all five virtual sessions:
- Session #1: Introduction to Special Needs Dentistry, and the Three Pillars of Treatment Planning
- Session #2: Behavior: A Critical Component in the Plan
- Session #3: Disabilities, Syndromes, and Conditions with Orofacial Manifestations
- Session #4: Integration of Special Needs Dentistry into your Practice
- Session #5: Final Case Presentation and Cumulative Q&A for the Entire Course