Continuing Education for Dentists

June 1, 2015 in Dentistry by mccarl_dental

The Maryland Board of Dental Examiners requires that licensed dentists participate in 30 hours of continuing education every two years, including two hours of infection control. The dentists at McCarl Dental Group participate in about four times the required amount of dental continuing education per year. Here are some of the courses that McCarl Dentist have participated in during the last few years.

Occlusal Adjustment/Therapy – Dental Occlusion

New Trends in Esthetic Implant Dentistry

Comprehensive Communication Program – Patient Education

Treatment Planning Session – Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Dental Implants

Skeletal Relationships: The Impact on Facial Esthetics

Analgesics for Pain Management

Wisdom Teeth – Current Knowledge and Treatment Indications, The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons White Paper

Effective Diagnosis and Restorative Treatment for Worn Dentition

Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors: The Benefits and Challenges of Implant Replacement – Dental Implant Surgery

New Trends in Esthetic Implant Dentistry

Facial Trauma – Trauma Management

Workshop for Successful Anterior Esthetics – Dental Implant Restorations (Prosthodontics/Fixed)

Management of Complications in Oral Surgery

Intraoral Scanning of the Future

Concepts verses Clinical Realities of High Strength Ceramic Restorations – All Ceramic Restorations

Common Sense Operative Restorative Dentistry

The Art of Cosmetic Dentistry

Efficient Implant Dentistry to Optimize Treatment

Sleep Prosthodontics – Sleep Apnea & Appliance Therapy

Patient Education and Problem Solving

Restoration of Multiple Failing Teeth with Implants in the Aesthetic Zone

Bone Preservation around Dental Implants, the Prosthetic View – Surgical Phase Therapy

The Anterior Single Tooth Implant – Restorative Management of the Soft Tissue in the Esthetic Zone

The Egoscue Method – Chronic Neck and Back Pain Relief

Top Game Changers for Every Dental Practice

Craniofacial Epigenetics – Orthodontics BioModeling Solutions

Aesthetics through Innovation – Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry

The Christensen Bottom Line – Operative (Restorative)

The Christensen Bottom Line – Prosthodontics/Fixed Dentistry

Dental Practice Management from a Dental CPA’s Perspective

If I Can, You Can: Overcoming Obstacles

Concepts vs Clinical Realities – Dental Implants

Creating Implant Provisionals to Support Soft Tissue Management

Immediate vs. Delayed Provisional Restoration of Anterior Post-Socket Implants: The Influence on Soft Tissues and Ultimate Aesthetic Success – Implant Restorative Dentistry

Meeting Esthetic Demands with Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning – Dental Implants

Locations of these dental continuing education courses include: Annapolis, MD 21401, Crofton, MD 21114, Rockville, MD 20850, Catonsville, MD 21228, Baltimore, MD 21201