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Programs

Biofilm Be Gone

An Introduction to Guided Biofilm Therapy

This is not just your 6 month “cleaning!”

 Course Description: In today’s modern dental practice, hygienists do more than just “CLEAN” teeth and dentists do more than just “fillings.”  The preventative methodologies are shifting and so are tomorrow’s dental professionals!  Dentistry is embracing the paradigm shift towards minimally invasive new technology backed by science. In this introductory webinar, learn more about enhanced hygiene protocols using Guided Biofilm Therapy to impact patient care, provide favorable outcomes, clinical longevity and ROI.

 

Target Audience:   DDS, RDH, (Applicable to all, DA, OM, Students)

 

Objectives:

 Compare and contrast traditional prophylaxis and GBT

 Explain the Science of GBT

 Recognize benefits of GBT in the op and in your practice

 Examine the ROI potential

 Validate enhanced hygiene department therapies

DISC-cover Your Hidden Potential in the Classroom

Course Description: Teaching is no longer “one style fits all” in classroom methodologies!  Communication and learning styles are key concepts in the classroom- but you CAN learn how to take it to the next level!  Whether you are teaching an online, classroom or clinical course, understanding students’ individual behavioral and personality styles are crucial.

DISC-over how your own behavior style as an educator impacts communication, job performance and conflict resolution in and out the classroom. Learn how to embrace students’ preferred method of communication to enhance engagement, performance and motivation. This discovery session will change how you teach and engage students in and out of the classroom!

 

Target Audience:   DDS, RDH, Dental Educators *educational methodology

 

Objectives:

 List and define the four main styles in DISC

 Identify your personality and  behavior style

 Recognize and identify students’ DISC style

 Recognize fun strategies for implementing DISC in the classroom

 Identify key concepts in DISC such as:

 Preferred communication

 Inherent fears

Interactions between the styles

1 Educating Tomorrow’s Hygienist Today: A New Approach to Biofilm Management in Dental Hygiene Education

Course Description: Part 1 of 2. Traditional methods of biofilm management and removal are archaic at best. For decades, educators have the task to teach “what is on the boards” while trying to incorporate the newest science and technology graduate quality dental hygienists.

Educators recognize that today’s modern dental hygienists do more than just “CLEAN” teeth.  The preventative methodologies are changing and so are the expectations of dental practices.  Dental and dental hygiene education are embracing the paradigm shift towards minimally invasive new technology backed by science.

Allow this first of its kind webinar designed by an educator for educators to introduce you to the newest technology, backed by science that is “Guided Biofilm Therapy” (EMS) and how to incorporate it into your curriculum.

 

Target Audience:   DDS, RDH, Dental Educators

 

Objectives:

  Compare and contrast traditional prophylaxis and GBT

 Recognize the paradigm shift in dental hygiene education

 Explain the Science of GBT

 Identify benefits of ergonomics, efficiency and patient comfort

Recognize the long term benefits of incorporating new methodology into clinic course curriculum in freshman, second year and periodontology courses

Educating Tomorrow’s Hygienist Today: Part 2 Implementing a Modern Approach to Guided Biofilm Therapy in Dental Hygiene Curriculum

Course Description: Part 2 of 2

 Part two of this webinar will help educators gain a better understanding of how to implement GBT into the dental education curriculum . Educators build a foundation with freshman dental hygiene students that carry them throughout their clinical experience all the way to graduation.  Implementing current biofilm management in both theory and clinical practice in a variety of applications will help your students gain momentum beyond graduation. Educators will be exposed to methodologies and curriculum components that will allow students to assess, engage in critical thinking and develop conclusions about biofilm management that will extend into private practice. Embrace the paradigm shift towards minimally invasive new technology backed by science.

 

Target Audience: DDS, RDH, Dental Educators

 

Objectives:

 Compare and contrast current methodologies and curriculum for cosmetic and therapeutic treatments

 Recognize the paradigm shift in dental hygiene education

  Recognize the impact of ergonomics

Profitability, Efficiency & Clinical Effectiveness Game-Changing Dental Hygiene Protocol that will make your dental hygienist the talk of your town!!

Course Description: Part 2 of 2

Course Promotion

 When was the last time you seriously thought about your hygiene program?  Other than consultants telling you need to do more SRPs to boost production, when was the last time you thought about the fact that how we do dental hygiene in 2021 is not much different from how it has been done for the last 50+ years?

 If you are ready to give your dental hygiene protocol some serious thought; if you are willing to contemplate a paradigm shift that will have your patients talking about their dental hygiene experience to all their friends and coworkers; this seminar is one you and your dental hygienist do not want to miss

 Course Description: In today’s modern dental practice, hygienists do more than just “CLEAN” teeth and dentists do more than just “fillings.”  The preventative methodologies are changing and so are tomorrow’s dental professionals entering your practices.  Dental and dental hygiene education are embracing the paradigm shift towards minimally invasive new technology backed by science. Learn more about enhanced biofilm management using Guided Biofilm Therapy and other diagnostic tests  to impact patient care by providing favorable outcomes in treating oral disease clinical longevity.

 

Target Audience:   DDS, RDH, (Applicable to all, DA, OM, Students)

 

Objectives:

 Compare and contrast traditional clinical prophylaxis vs Guided Biofilm Management

 Explain the science of biofilm and related oral diseases

 Recognize benefits of guided biofilm therapy in prevention and treatment of gingivitis and periodontal disease

 Examine the ROI potential (?)

 Recognize the paradigm shift in clinical dental hygiene that focuses on systemic health and related oral disease

Validate biofilm management in dental hygiene department therapies

 

Target Audience: DDS, RDH, Dental Educators

 

Objectives:

 Compare and contrast current methodologies and curriculum for cosmetic and therapeutic treatments

 Recognize the paradigm shift in dental hygiene education

  Recognize the impact of ergonomics

Nitrous Oxide Sedation for the Dental Professional

This seven hour course is designed for the dental auxiliary (RDH, DA, CDA) to review pharmacology, anatomy and physiology, characteristics of nitrous oxide as well as the indication, contraindication for inhalation analgesia.  Contributing factors such as pain management, anxiety and patient assessment as well as equipment, maintenance, documentation and procedures are covered.  This course is specially designed to meet the requirements of the North Carolina State Board of Dentistry Dental Practice Act part 13.

 

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