In-office Non-surgical Periodontal Therapy Implementation & Calibration: A Customized Program

Is your practice's approach to periodontal patient management as varied as the number of practitioners on your team? Could your practice use a complete review of systems, to get everyone on the same page with periodontal management protocols?

Improper management of periodontally involved patients is a frequent complaint brought before state boards of dentistry. Manage your risk by bringing your periodontal practitioners up to current standards in periodontal assessment, treatment planning, treatment delivery and evaluation. This in-office seminar and hands-on workshop, developed with experienced practitioners in mind, can be tailored to your team's specific needs. You will be given the opportunity to evaluate your practice's current non-surgical periodontal protocols, calibrate all practitioners, and ensure that you are practicing to today's periodontal management standards.

Learn How To

  • Assess, treatment plan, deliver treatment and re-evaluate periodontally involved patients following evidence-based practice protocols
  • Adopt a patient-specific approach to instrument selection and adaptation
  • Devise an appropriate home care regimen, given the patient's periodontal risk factors
  • Develop a comprehensive, calibrated periodontal treatment protocol for your office

Designed For

Dental practices interested in refining their team's periodontal management program to develop a consistent and comprehensive approach among all periodontal therapy practitioners (dentists, dental hygienists, and advanced dental therapists).

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures and discussion, demonstration, observation and clinical participation.

This educational program may include clinical applications on a patient(s) from your practice with active periodontitis who has given consent for treatment.

A needs assessment will be conducted by the instructor prior to the program to determine your practice's specific educational objectives.

Meet the Experts

Judy A. Danielson, MDH, Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Periodontology, Department of Developmental and Surgical Sciences, School of Dentistry, University of Minnesota.

Cynthia L. Stull, MDH, Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Dental Hygiene, Department of Primary Dental Care, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry.

To register

Please contact the Office of Continuing Dental Education at (800) 685-1418 or (612) 625-1418 to receive additional information or to register.

 

Tuition

Minnesota Dental Offices

$2,495 per dental team (up to a maximum of 6 periodontal practitioners)

$295 for each additional dental hygienist/advanced dental therapist*

*This in-office program is limited to a maximum of 10.

Additional tuition may apply for dental offices outside Minnesota. In addition, travel expenses will apply and will be determined by location of the practice. Expenses can include, but are not limited to: mileage, car rental, airfare, lodging and meals.

Credits

6 hours

Minnesota Credits
5 fundamental
1 core (Diagnosis & Treatment Planning)

Date & Time

To be arranged

Location

At location of practice; location should include an appropriate room/space for screen projection with room darkening controls (projection equipment provided by Continuing Dental Education, if needed)

Course Number

15192