Courses
Saturday March 24, 2018
Faculty of Dentistry, 124 Edward St., Toronto ON, M5G 1G6
This course qualifies as a Category 1 Core Course as designated by the RCDSO.   CDE Credits: 6 (3 hours Lecture; 3 hours Hands-on) This is an important one-day lecture and participation course for the entire dental team! COURSE OVERVIEW The focus of this course will be to provide up to date information on best practices in infection prevention and control and instruction on the practical…
Friday April 6, 2018
University of Toronto Conference Centre, 89 Chestnut St., Toronto ON, M5G 1R1
This course qualifies as a Category 1 Core Course as designated by the RCDSO.   CDE Credits: 6 (Lecture) Please Note:This course is a prerequisite to the Oral Sedation & Nitrous Oxide Sedation course and must have been completed within the last 2 years prior. Course Overview This Course is a Must for the Entire Dental Team! Every member of your Dental Team should know how to Prevent and…
Saturday April 7 & Sunday April 8, 2018
Faculty of Dentistry, 124 Edward St., Toronto ON, M5G 1G6
Course Overview Instruction in achieving minimal and moderate sedation in dentistry using: Oral sedation Nitrous oxide-oxygen sedation Course content includes a review of: Minimal Sedation Moderate Sedation Oral sedative pharmacology Oral sedation regimens Nitrous oxide pharmacology Nitrous oxide equipment and administration Monitoring Respiratory physiology RCDSO Guidelines Each…
Friday April 13, 2018
Centre for Continuing Dental Education, 1440 Don Mills Rd., Suite 103, Toronto ON, M3B 3M1
Overview: As dental implant treatment continues to take its place in mainstream dentistry, we face increased frequency of complications and failures. Dealing with them has become an important part of daily dental treatment.  Of even greater importance is the prevention of these by sound treatment planning, using advanced diagnostic measures, including cone beam CT scan technology, an…
Friday & Saturday April 20 & 21, Sunday (optional; limited to 20 participants) April 22, 2018
Faculty of Dentistry, 124 Edward St., Toronto ON, M5G 1G6
Overview The removal of teeth and the surgical manipulation of the dentoalveolar complex remains the keystone to a successful dental practice. These tasks are singularly responsible for the most difficult and challenging situations as well producing the most significant morbidity. Anxiety levels from both patient and practitioner can be exhausting and troublesome. Successful surgical outcomes…