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This course is designed to meet the requirements of the Dental Board of California by adhering to content for CDPA mandated by regulation to include California Code of Regulations 1600 and shall instruct on acts in violation of the Dental Practice Act and other statutory mandates relating to the dental practice. The course includes information on the structure of the Dental Board, governing bodies, utilization and scope of practice for auxiliaries, scope of practice for dentists, laws governing the prescribing of drugs, citations, fines, revocations and suspensions, mandatory reporter status and license renewal.

This interactive educational experience is available to members and non-members, is approved by the Dental Board of California, and upon successful completion of the course is eligible for 2 (two) continuing education credits.

Course tuition is $50 for Members and $100 for Non-Members.

Price: $100.00
A four (4) CE unit comprehensive bundle of both mandatory courses for licensees of California. It includes Infection Control for License Renewal (this Infection Control course does not meet the new 8 hour Infection Control education requirement for unlicensed dental assistants) and California Dental Practice Act. These courses are available to members and non-members, have been approved by the Dental Board of California, and upon successful completion of the courses are eligible for 4 (four) continuing education credits.

Course tuition is $75 for Members and $150 for Non-Members.

Price: $150.00
The Infection Control course is designed to meet requirements of the Dental Board of California for instruction by adhering to the California Code of Regulations 1005 - Dental Board of California Infection Control Regulations. This Dental Board of California approved course meets the mandate for license renewal of all California dental license holders and is the infection control course required for license renewal for DDS, RDH and RDA. It does not meet the new 8 hour Infection Control education requirement for unlicensed dental assistants.

This highly interactive educational experience is available to member dentists, non-member dentists and ADHP staff, and serves as an excellent supplement to staff training. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive 2 (two) continuing education credits.

Course tuition is $50 for Members and $100 for Non-Members.

Price: $100.00
The goal of this course, in addition to meeting the specific course outcomes, is to increase dentists’ confidence to see babies and young children and inspire a commitment to decreasing the prevalence of dental caries in California children. Specifically, this course aims to encourage dental teams to use caries risk assessment, disease prevention and early interventions to reduce tooth decay among children ages birth to 5 years.

By the end of this course, you should be able to:
1. Recognize how early childhood caries (ECC) affects children’s oral health and the need to see babies and young children.
2. Perform caries risk assessments (CRA) to individualize interventions and recall.
3. Implement the 6-Step Infant Oral Care Visit process in your practice.
4. Promote the use of early prevention and intervention techniques.
5. Implement motivational interviewing and goal setting.
6. Recognize the role of patient self-management in reducing caries.
7. Promote healthy daily family behaviors.
8. Complete appropriate documentation and effective follow-up.

Release Date: 2.1.17 | Last Reviewed On: 2.1.17

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