Continuing Education

 Charleston, SC
May 11, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Ross Savage, DDS
Hours: 4.5
Topic: Planning for Permanent with temporary devices

3 Things attendees will be able to accomplish/know after the course

  1. Understanding of the basic science and uses of TADS
  2. The use of TADS to support a pontic in growing patients to maintain bone levels prior to permanent implant placement.
  3. Attendees may feel comfortable placing their own miniscrews for prosthodontic reasons, especially if they are already placing their own endosseous implant

 

Sante Fe, NM
June 1, 2019

Speaker: Dr. David Lunt
Hours: 4.5
Topic: Top Dental Products for 2019

3 Things attendees will be able to accomplish after the course

  1. Critically evaluate the new dental devices and instruments
  2. Weight cost versus benefits of supposedly new items on wallet
  3. Make better decisions on sticking with proven products or try new highly rated products

 

Wisconsin Dells, WI

June 29 & 30, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Christopher Barwacz, DDS, FAGD, FICD
Hours: 4.5 each day
Topic: Optimizing single-tooth replacement therapy with dental implants

3 Things attendees will be able to accomplish after the course

  1. Highlight strategies to improve effective communication between the surgical and restorative team
  2.  Know current trends, evidence and protocols for the role of timing, fabrication and customization
  3.  Gain proficiency in the fabrication and use of customized impression

 

 

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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