Continuing Education

 

February 26, 2021
Snowmass, CO
Speaker:  Kimberly O’Donald
Topic: Physical Therapy & Dentistry
Hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. They will know the posture and the prolonged postures dentists assume when working. Stretches and exercises given to counter act these postures.
  2. They learn about muscle imbalances and exercises given to facilitate normal muscle balance of the shoulders and arms.
  3. They will understand the dental operatory and ergonomics with considerations for a lifetime of working

 

 February 27, 2021

Snowmass, Co
Speaker:
Mr. Steve Mowery Rph
Topic:
Covid-19, Your Practice and the Vaccine
Hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. Atteendee will know how this pandemic affected Dentistry in all Disciplines
  2.  They will know what did and did not work to mitigate the virus and why
  3. What Dentistry has learned going forward to mitigate future pandemics/contagions

 Speaker: Mr. Ken Savells
Topic:
Successfully planning for retirement
Hours:
4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. How to set up a spending plan
  2.  How to set up a savings plan
  3.   To be confident of your financial future

 

February 28, 2021
Snowmass, CO
Speaker: Mr. Steve Mowery, Rph
Topic: Ostenoecrosis of the Jaw-The Myths and the Reality
Hours: 4.5

3 Things Attendee will learn:
1. What are physicians thinking concerning the
usefulness of Bisphophonates in Osteonecrosis
2. How to handle extractions/surgery with the
patient on Bisphophonates
3. What to do when it all goes

 

March 22, 2021

Nassau, Bahamas
Speaker: Dr. Kevin D’Angelo, DDS
Topic: The Oral health, overall health connection
hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. Leave with a understanding of the oral health, overall health connections
  2.  Have the knowledge to converse with other medical professionals and prevent poor outcomes because of their lack of understanding of these connections.
  3.  Talking points with patients of the need to have pre-surgical evaluation by a Dentist.

 

March 23, 2021

Nassau, Bahamas
Speaker: Mr. Steve Mowery, Rph
Topic: Keeping current with advancing technology
hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. Will be able to identify software changes to the common platform and how they help keep your “edge”
  2.   Will be able to identify tips that will exist  when we implement the change
  3.  Will know where all this is heading.

 

April 16, 2021

Tucson, AZ
Speaker: Dr. David Lunt, DDS
Topic: Current trends in Dentistry 2021 Part 1 & 2
Hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1.  Will be able to list important trends in 2021 Dentistry
  2.  Will be able to list pros and cons of new materials and procedures in dentistry
  3.   Will be able to list personal protective equipment that is rated useful :

 

May 15, 2021

Bardstown, KY
Speaker: Dr. Adam Clock, DDS
Topic: Treatment planning patients with Ectodermal Dysplasia
Hours: 4.5

3 Things that the attendee can accomplish after this course.

  1. Understand the diverse group of genetic disorders that cause Ectodermal Dysplasia
  2.  Recognize Ectodermal Dysplasia in dental settings
  3.  Understand the proper multi-disciplinary approach to treating the unique dental needs of patients with Ectodermal Dysplasia

 

 

This year the FDA & the FPA are teaming up to share in some joint meetings.  Below please find the FPA’s CE listing

For more information on FPA events please contact: Alice at 936-588-6505 or ahenderson@fpadrs.org

 

Log in your continuing education credits in the most amazing way! Joining the Flying Dentists Association means:

 

  • Being able to simultaneously enhance your flying skills while getting your dental CEUs!
  • Receiving tax deductible expenses during your trip!
  • Having the ability to take your family with you as you learn!
  • Learning from other dentists throughout the country!

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We are proud to be a part of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program. The ADA CERP is a program that monitors and promotes continuing dental education credits, ensuring that organizations have a thorough understanding of CE credits that are mandated by the U.S. for dental licensure. The FDA has been approved by the ADA CERP as a provider that offers unique opportunities to earn CEU’s

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