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10: 30 a.m. – 12: 30 p.m.
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TBD • 2 CE
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10: 30 p.m. – 12: 30 p.m.
Developing Your Local Anesthesia Skills and Confdence
Anesthesia • 2 CE • $20
Kathy Bassett, BSDH, RDH, Med, OM
1. Implement basic delivery and injection techniques with confdence
2. Utilize relevant anatomy to increase reliability of clinical anesthesia outcomes
3. Adopt injection technique modifcations to increase anesthesia options
4. Properly prepare and place eutectic topical anesthetic preparations
5. Identify and overcome personal barriers to putting skills into action with confdence
*NOTE! This course has a prerequisite: Attendance of the Wednesday, August 1st general session Achieving Local
Anesthesia Success is required.
Presented as a companion to the lecture Achieving Local Anesthesia Success, this hands-on practicum will
guide participants through visualizing key anatomical principles, animating new techniques and ergonomic
principles, experiencing the proper handling of select products, and discuss individual barriers to confdence
and success in achieving adequate local anesthesia. Learning stations, with the use of simulators, will address
relevant anatomy, alternatives to common injections, and the proper use of eutectic topical anesthetic
10: 30 p.m. – 12: 30 p.m.
Metrics for Systematic Oral Health Success
Oral Systemic Health • 2 CE • $20
Judy Bendit, RDH, BS, and Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
1. Identify eight simple major focus points to grasp to correctly implement the D4346 code
2. Introduce the Individually Trained Oral Prophylaxis system
3. Discover the power of a new digital metric system to measure gingival infammation and guide individualized care plans
4. Practice hands-on with techniques and technologies (bringing a smart phone or tablet will be helpful)
The D4346 gingival infammation code ofers opportunities to create higher levels of health. When new codes,
products, and technologies become available, it often creates challenges—how do you squeeze one more thing
into your already packed treatment time? Dental hygienists are, by nature, methodical. We are detail-oriented
and prefer to do things in a precise manner following a set procedure. This has led to amazing success. Taking
a systematic approach can reduce the stress so we can ofer the individualized care our patients want and need.
Under the direction of Judy Bendit and Patti DiGangi this fun-flled, fast-paced, hands-on program will leave
you feeling re-energized and re-engaged.