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Who is the most important person on a Dental Team? “ Team “ stands for Together Everyone Achieves More. This course provides information on team building skills and how to communicate effectively to build the Dental Practice and patience base. The effectiveness of teamwork will make your practice successful.
Everyone has gums, they need to be kept healthy! Whats the difference between periodontitis and
gingivitis? Learn warning signs and how to address these with your patients and preventative measures to get
your gums healthy and keep them healthy. (No specific products endorsed).
In today’s world there have been many advances in Dental Radiology. There are still practices that use film, are patients being harmed from the film? Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of Digital Radiology and direct imaging, as opposed to indirect imaging. (No specific products endorsed).
In our health-conscious world, germs are everywhere. Learn the newest ways to help stop the spread of air borne and blood borne pathogens and cross contamination in your office. Learn techniques for eliminating germs vs. decreasing them.
We hear about HIPAA all the time, but what is it really? This course explains all the details of HIPAA as it relates to the Dental Practice and how it affects staff.
Bullying is everywhere, even in the workplace. Learn effective communication skills to help stop this epidemic. Bullying is never okay, learn professional ways to handle the workplace bully.
Assisting can take a toll of your body, especially your hands, neck and lower back. Learn effective ways of stretching and yoga practices to balance tension and stress to reduce soreness. Proper training on how to suction, sit in assistant chair and back positioning to not put too much stress on your neck and lower back.
This course will give dental assistants the opportunity to refresh their skills on how to set up trays and instruments accurately for the Dentist.
Dental Assistants will be able to take clear and accurate pictures of the oral cavity. Technique and proper functioning is key. (No specific Product will be endorsed).
Charting, Radiography, and Treatment planning are essential in caring for your patient. Learn effective ways to prepare your patient for treatment proposed by hygiene, reaching out to patients to follow through with treatment plans so they do not make issues worse by not having treatment, how to work effectively with Administrative Staff and clinical staff so patients know what the best options are for their treatment and more!