Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Mastering Adult Minimal Sedation: Inhalation and Oral Sedation in Dentistry

April 24 - April 26, 2020
UBC Campus

This hands-on course offers instruction in all aspects of adult minimal sedation to includenitrous oxide/oxygen inhalation and oral sedation, as well as effective methods in dealing with anxiety control in general practice. Participants will learn various techniques and will have theopportunity to try several types of nitrous oxide and oxygen delivery units.

This three day course satisfies the requirementsfor those States and Provincial Dental Boardsor Colleges who require 21 hours of continuingeducation to certify for combined inhalation and oral adult minimal sedation.
This two day course is designed toachieve certification in nitrous oxide/oxygen inhalational sedation.(14 hours of continuing education)

Each of these individual courses are specifically designed to meet or exceed the criteria,standards and guidelines of the American Dental Association, the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia, the Alberta Dental Association and College, Royal College (Ontario), and the Association of the Canadian Faculties of Dentistry, for the teaching and administration of nitrous-oxide/oxygen and oral sedation. Additional adaptations can and are often made for licensed practitioners from other States and Provinces.


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